Rugby is a game for everyone - and everyone is game to get back into rugby!
How to get involved
It's official, rugby is back - and we want you to join us! Whether it's your first time or you're making your triumphant return, rugby is a game for you. There are lots of ways to get involved, whether it’s playing Tartan Touch to 15-a-side, test out your whistle as a referee or a coach, or volunteer in a variety of roles - it’s Everyone’s Game. Your local club would love to welcome you.
Find a club near you using our club finder, browse our courses for coaching and officiating and discover the different ways to get involved in the sport.
Everyone's Game Club Support
We are focused on creating sustainable clubs and societies to ensure rugby thrives in Scotland. As part of our Everyone’s Game campaign, we are hosting online workshops and have produced a number of toolkits to support your club or referee society as the sport returns.
What's on at your club?
If you haven't already registered your club or society events through the Kick Start Fund application, tell us about your plans using our online form. Give as much detail as you can so that we can provide your event pack and relevant support.
As part of our Everyone's Game campaign, we will be providing you with online resources to help you promote your clubs and the events which you plan to run.
Spread the word around your local community that rugby is back in your club or society using our resources below. Download customizable templates, learn how to make bespoke graphics on Canva, print posters to stick up in your local community, and think of ways you can keep event participants engaged with the sport.
- Posters & Flyers
We've created a guide to give you some hints and tips for using social media for your club or referee society, and ways that you can get involved in our Everyone's Game campaign on your channels.
Download Everyone's Game social media graphics:
Create bespoke graphics for your club or society in our graphic design guidance below.
Graphic Design Guidance
We've created a guide for using online graphic design tool, Canva. The guide will take you through some of the basic ins and outs of Canva provide you and your club or referee society with lots of ideas to help promote your Everyone’s Game activities and other important announcements for the season ahead.
Download our Everyone's Game assets to use on Canva, to design bespoke graphics for your club or society:
The graphics will open into a new tab, where you can right-click to save to your phone or computer. If you have any issues downloading the files, please contact us at [email protected].
Press Release Guidance
In this toolkit, we’ve listed some top tips in talking to media and created some Everyone’s Game press release templates, which you can tweak to suit your club.
Your club or society will have some exciting plans to engage new participants into the sport following the pandemic, but one of the biggest challenges in running your activities is converting event attendees into regular participants. Read through our guide for some tips to help keep your event attendees engaged with your club or society.
Online workshops - coming soon!
We will be running a variety of online workshops to help develop different skills within your clubs and societies. The workshops will feature a variety of speakers and include Q&A sessions.
Keep an eye on this page for more details on our online workshops.
Show us how you get involved in rugby and what is going on in your club or society by using the hashtag #EveryonesGame on social media, tag us @Scotlandteam. Got something to share with us? Email [email protected] with the details.
Our Rugby Development team are always here to help, get in touch with your regional contact here.