Rugby for Men, Women and Junior players of all ages and abilities.

Based in Edmonton, we offer a warm friendly atmosphere and a vibrant social line up throughout the year. If you are a long-time rugby player or you are just starting to play, come out to a practice and see what the Pirates can offer you!

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  • Pirates is looking for a new head coach for the 2020 season of our Senior Women’s teams. Please review the posting linked below for more details. Applications and resumes can be submitted to the VP of Women’s Rugby at seniorwomen@piratesrugby.ca Pirates Senior Women Head Coach Posting_2020

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  • 2019 AGM Minutes are available for review now! Please welcome the 2019-2020 Pirates Board President – Kate Elizabeth (Childs) Vice President – Angela Lieu Treasurer – Alexa Fleming Secretary – Michelle Maycock Men’s VP – Bryce Michael Grozli Women’s VP – Karlee Walters Facilities VP – Kahlan Lukacs Social VP – Sabrina Hewitt MALs – […]

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Senior RugbyMore Info »
The Pirates offer senior rugby programs for both Men and Women. We welcome experienced and new players and have a policy of playing those who come to practice.
Junior RugbyMore Info »
The junior rugby season runs from the beginning of May to the end of July. Under 7 and Under 9 groups play flag rugby, contact is introduced at the Under 11 level. Teams are co-ed from Under 7 to Under 11, boys and girls are separated at the Under 13 level.
ClubhouseMore Info »
The Pirates clubhouse and fields are available for rentals. The clubhouse has a capacity of ~100 people with a full kitchen, bar, and patio with barbeque. three full sized rugby pitches, with extra space in the northwest corner, that can be used for a variety of field sports. Change areas and showers may be able to be rented.
HistoryMore »
The Edmonton Rugby Football Club was formed in 1953, most of their games were played against Calgary teams until 1958 when a group broke away and formed a second team. There now being two rugby clubs in Edmonton, it was decided to give the club a second name to avoid confusion. The name chosen was the Pirates after the famous Cornish team, the Penzance Pirates.