For the first time in three years, No. 1 New Zealand, No. 2 England, No. 3 Canada. No. 4 France and No. 5 USA all face-off in the 2019 Women’s Rugby Super Series hosted June 28 – July 14.  This massive event will bring 10 international test matches to a growing population of rugby fans in Southern California, with competition spanning five rounds and two venues in San Diego.


TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

*Times reflect PST

Early Round Day One | Friday, June 28

Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center
  • England vs USA | 1PM
  • Canada vs New Zealand | 4PM
  • France | BYE
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Early Round Day Two | Tuesday, July 2

Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center
  • France vs Canada | 2:15PM
  • New Zealand vs USA | 5:15PM
  • England | BYE
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Early Round Day Three | Saturday, July 6

Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center
  • France vs New Zealand | 2:15PM
  • Canada vs England | 5:15PM
  • USA | BYE
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Early Round Day Four | Wednesday, July 10

Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center
  • England vs France | 2:15PM
  • Canada vs USA | 5:15PM
  • New Zealand | BYE
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Super Series Final Round | Sunday, July 14

Torero Stadium
  • New Zealand vs England | 1PM
  • France vs USA | 4PM
  • Canada | BYE
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TICKETS

Women’s Super Series Tournament Pass

All-in-one access to every match, including premier seating for the final round at Torero Stadium


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Final Round Tickets

Premier and bleacher seating available for the Final Round match-ups at Torero Stadium


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Early Round Day Pass

Day Pass for match days 1-4 at the Elite Athlete Training Center – each pass includes access to two international matches.


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WOMEN’S SUPER WEEKEND

Tackle the Podium Together | Friday, July 12

Cocktail party and evening celebration to support the Women’s Eagles.
6PM – 9PM
FruitCraft

$100 suggested donation at the door
Drinks and appetizers

$500+ donations
Drinks, appetizers, signed jersey and interaction with the Eagles during the tournament finale on July 14 at Torero Stadium

RSVP HERE


WRCRA Leadership & Legacy Forum | Saturday, July 13

Series of conversations, panels and key notes around the development of legacy and empowering leadership in women’s rugby.
Includes: Lessons in Leadership Panel and Leadership Interactive Workshop.

Location
Elite Athlete Training Center, Chula Vista
  • 11AM: Welcome and Introductions
  • 11:30-12:30PM: Lessons in leadership: A celebration of California Women’s Rugby
    • Angel Brunner, founder and CEO of EB5 Capital and former player for Berkley All Blues
    • Kathy Flores, coach of Brown University rugby and former coach of All Blues, and San Francisco Fog; first woman to coach US Women’s National Team, World Cup player and coach.
    • Alex Williams, first USAR Women’s High Performance Director and former Executive Director of Southern California Youth Rugby, Women’s National Team player and Forwards Coach
  • 12:45-2PM: The exercise of leadership: an interactive workshop
  • 2PM: Social at Novo Brewery
    901 Lane Ave #100
    Chula Vista, CA 91914

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PRIDE Celebration | Saturday, July 13

Presented by Women in Rugby, a celebration of diversity, inclusion and community with fundraising opportunities for the Women’s Eagles.

Bullpen Bar & Grill, 6PM – 9PM
8199 Clairemont Mesa Blvd
San Diego, CA 92111

Legacy Awards & Halftime Legends Game | Sunday, July 14

Before the anthem of the USA vs France game, members of the community will be honored with awards for their contribution to rugby. During halftime of the same match, legends of the game will participate in a touch rugby match.

Torero Stadium, 1PM – 6PM
5998 Alcala Park,
San Diego, CA 92111

ABOUT THE WOMEN’S RUGBY SUPER SERIES

The Women’s Rugby Super Series is an international competition which features the world’s top-ranked national rugby teams in the 15-a-side version of the sport. Held in a round-robin format, the tournament was first introduced in 2015 in Canada where New Zealand claimed the inaugural title and England came runners-up. For the first time since its inception, the Women’s Super Series will increase from four to five participating teams in 2019 with the last iteration held in 2016 in the USA. The competition aims to provide players with highly competitive test matches to boost playing time and increase exposure for women’s rugby in the world. Matches contested in the Women’s Rugby Super Series count towards world rankings.

Reigning Champions: Canada


POINTS STRUCTURE

  • Win – 4 points
  • Draw – 2 points
  • Loss – 0 points
  • Bonus
    • Scoring 4 tries – 1 point
    • Losing by less than 7 – 1 point