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You will be redirected to a third party website to complete your online registration. Please select the offline payment option when you reach the payment portion. Once completed, you will immediately receive an automated email confirmation from Rugby Canada.

You will receive a welcome email from TIRF within the next few days.

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WHY SHOULD I REGISTER WITH TIRF?

We believe that Rugby is a tool for social good. We take a strengths-based approach to developing skills on and off the pitch. Each child and youth that registers as a TIRF player has the opportunity to develop physically, through participation in rugby and also academically through TIRF’s scholastic and career-specific programming.

BENEFITS FOR TIRF MEMBERS INCLUDE:

TIRF is committed to eliminating financial barriers to play. Eligible players can have their yearly club membership fees subsidized by TIRF. Your $40 TIRF membership covers your player registration with Rugby Canada; insurance; and levies.

This bursary program allows U18 players to try out for Provincial Rugby 7s and Rugby 15s teams. Bursaries are also provided to qualifying players to play at a provincial level.

An enhanced training and leadership development that supports a pathway to competitive play.

Specific player development training and workshops hosted by national and international rugby players and alumni through out the season.

U16 & U18 players can join the TIRF Rugby7s Team to participate in provincial and international tournaments.

TIRF provides an environment that fosters learning. TIRF has supported college and university students achieve their requirements for graduation. In addition, TIRF provides a six to eight week summer employment opportunity for student athletes to facilitate and execute TIRF’s city-wide Community Rugby Program.

TIRF provides complimentary tickets for members to experience world-class rugby at test matches in the city.

Eligibility

In order to be eligible for the TIRF program, you must be between 6 – 19 years of age and be able to show ONE of the following:

  • attend a TIRF school
  • reside in one of Toronto’s neighborhood improvement areas
  • demonstrate financial need (determined by a case-by-case basis)

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