CORE VALUES


Fun

Integrity

Leadership

Teamwork

Excellence

​Respect



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Green Bay Youth Rugby 

History


GB Youth Rugby was formed in 2013 by several members of the Green Bay Rugby Football Club, Inc. to give back to the community and teach rugby to a whole new generation.


We are part of the Northeast Wisconsin Rugby Foundation organization and therefore a 501c(3) non profit charity.  This means donations are tax deductible.

Mission Statement: 

The Green Bay Youth Rugby is a non-profit organization that seeks to provide an opportunity forevery child between the grades 1 and 8 to receive proper instruction, education and training so that they may participate in the life-long, positive character building sport of rugby in a safe and rewarding environment. GBYR seeks to present youth rugby programs that promote a lifetime of health, fitness, teamwork, self-discipline and respect.


Objectives:

1) Promoting teamwork and cooperation through a team sport,

2) Promoting self-discipline and self-respect through setting and accomplishing goals,

3) Promoting sportsmanship, respect and acceptance of teammates and opponents, the rules of the game and the structure of competitive athletics,

4) Promoting fun in sport.



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Green Bay Youth Rugby



"The coaching is sensational and always looking out for the kids not only in teaching the game of rugby but in behavioral ways as well. All the coaches are upbeat and looking out for every kid out there. We could not ask for a better bunch of coaches to lead these kids."

 

 

"Thanks to the coaches, sponsors, and all involved. Excellent experience! Really appreciate the emphasis on skill development, having fun, supporting each other, being good sports. Coaches are very positive and patient. Great group of parents, too. High quality of instruction and play without negativity and inappropriate intensity that you see in some youth sports."



"This is a great program. My boys love it, and are excited about continuing playing."