Calgary Sports & Clubs
Calgary offers a large variety of sports clubs for all ages with a wide range of general interest clubs for children and adults. Several of these organisations are city wide while others are administered at a local community level. All of the local community sports, excluding general interest clubs may require a community association membership. Check with the individual sports clubs for their registration, membership and general information. Add Your Club
Calgary Community Rugby
Calgary Canucks Rugby
The Canucks provide a strong, competitively tough team on the field and a definite camaraderie and distinct social atmosphere that fosters friendship, local contacts and enjoyment. City wide.
Calgary Rams Mens and Womens Rugby Club
Founded in 1959, the Calgary Rams are one of the oldest clubs in Calgary. Over the years the club has been just as well known for its parties and social activities off the field as the rugby they play on it. Whether you are looking to play some serious rugby, the club will welcome you into the family. City Wide.
Hornets Rugby Club
The Calgary Hornets Rugby Club has been in existence since 1967, priding itself on a culture of excellence. In recent years, our Men’s, Women’s and Junior programs have captured multiple City and Provincial titles. Leading the way are our Men’s and Women’s premiere teams both of which have captured three consecutive Provincial titles. City wide.
Saints Mens and Womens Rugby Club
The Saints are Calgary’s oldest rugby club and have a strong history of fielding competitive teams at all levels, capturing a number of provincial and city championships in recent years. We feature individual skills coaching at all levels, lead by an international coaching staff. City wide.
Saracens Northwest Rugby Club
Calgary Saracens Northwest Rugby Club. Whether your a seasoned player or new to the game - no matter the age 5 to 50 - we have a team for you! Northwest Calgary.
The Alberta Rugby Football Union (ARU) was incorporated in the Province of Alberta in May 1970. At the time, rugby was being played throughout the Province, with clubs and unions managing the regions, when a need for a Provincial Sports organization (PSO) was identified. It was decided that the ARU would work with both the regional organizations and Rugby Canada to better improve the development and administration of rugby in Alberta.