USA Rugby and The Rugby Site renew partnership to bring increased education content to USA Rugby Members

After a hiatus of 4 years, USA Rugby have reignited their partnership with The Rugby Site to bring online rugby education from some of the world's most respected coaches and players to USA Rugby registered members.

“I share an idea and I get an idea back. Every time I walk out that door, I have to come up with something new. That’s what the Rugby Site does, it forces to you think and innovate”. - 2x Rugby World Cup winning All Black, and current Black Ferns, coach Wayne Smith’s philosophy to coaching and the Rugby Site.

Always focusing on the why and how plus keeping it real on and off the field, the Rugby Site has online content and plans for all levels and formats of the game – coaches and players, - Men’s, Women’s, Club, Collegiate, Youth & High School – 15 and 7 a side.

Rugby Site CEO Phil Connolly commented, “We are excited about the opportunity to work closer with USA Rugby Training & Education and national team coaches in helping to develop rugby at all levels and formats of the game, across the USA."

USA Rugby Director of Training & Education, Jamie McGregor added, “The Rugby Site is an incredible resource, not only for its educational content but its ease of accessibility online. As the repertoire of educational tools available to USA Rugby Members continues to grow and become more useful, we’re excited to re-partner with The Rugby Site."

The Rugby Site has been delivering rugby education content to USA Rugby coaches and players for over 10 years and currently has over 650 online rugby education videos from over 50 of the world’s leading coaches and players. Including Rugby World Cup winning coach Sir Graham Henry, England coach Eddie Jones, British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland, former Ireland and now All Black coach Joe Schimdt plus All Black legends Richie McCaw and Dan Carter and local USA coaches.

Special subscription plan discounts are now available to USA Rugby registered coaches and players.

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