How To Register


2021 Registration


Click here to learn how to do your Covid check in through Sportlomo. You must complete the check in prior to attending all trainings and games. If you have not completed the check in, you will not be allowed to train or play until completed.

Rugby Canada only accepts registrations and payments online (  All new players will have to create an account.  Once your account has been created you can begin registering.  If you have any questions or concerns, please review the Registration Guide and then contact the registrar found on our contact page.

Pirates are proud to present a variety of registration options to assist with the varying needs of our players. **NEW for 2020/2021 – If you are registering a player under the age of 18, you are required to complete the Respect in Sport Parent Program. Further information and link to complete the course can be found at:

As we get back into rugby, we have created a 12 week, no-contact pass to allow for rugby training and minis festivals at a lower cost until we are allowed unrestricted rugby by the governing provincial health authority, Rugby Canada and Rugby Alberta. This will be the only selection for U5 to U16 age grades in 2021 to maximize savings. The 12 weeks begins at the date of purchase. Please note that these passes are NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE. Full season memberships, both non-contact and contact, are available if you would like to purchase before the rugby game season schedule is released, however Pirates and the ERU, Rugby Alberta, and Rugby Canada cannot guarantee what the programs and schedules will be at this time.

Pirates RFC 2021 Registration Guide

Minis Rugby (U5 to U16) – Cost for 2021 is $95 and includes all training and mini’s festivals (dates TBD).

2021 Senior Rugby FAQ


(NOT AVAILABLE FOR 2021) INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS also have paperwork that needs to be completed in advance of registration. You need a player release from your country (please contact your country’s governing rugby board) as well as proof of medical insurance while you are in Canada.  It is best to have your paperwork completed BEFORE you leave your country, as it can be difficult and time consuming to get the correct forms and signatures in order for the release to be done properly.