Minor/Minis Rugby/House League (Ages 6 to 12):
- Who can I contact with questions?
Feel free to contact a TIRF representative at email@example.com and also look for more information on our house league page.
- Are there any next steps?
You will receive an email or text message from a TIRF staff member with more information regarding location, times, what to bring, and more prior to the start of the house league season.
- When does the league start? What times?
The After-School House League season typically begins in mid-May/EarlyJune. House Leauge is an hour and a half long and could start right after-school at 3:30pm or as late as 6:00pm. End times range from after school hours between 5:00pm – 7:30pm, depending on the location.
- Where does it take place?
TIRF's House League programs take place at TDSB or TCDSB school locations in the GTA. TIRF has locations around the city.Visit the House Leauge page to find a location nearest to you.
- When can I register?
Registration for House Leagues will be open sometime between March Break and May. Join our mailing list if you'd like to know the date for this year.
- What else do I need to know to be prepared?
House League takes place rain or shine and only stops with lighting. Bring water, a snack, comfortable attire to run around in, and sunscreen. No cleats are needed. We can’t wait to see you on the pitch!
If there’s a change in what’s happening for your session, we will contact you by email or text beforehand with the new information.
Junior Club Rugby Ages 13-19
- Who can I contact for more information?
Visit our Contact Us page and drop us a note.
- What’s "dual membership"?
A dual membership allows you to become a member of both TIRF and one of our partner local rugby clubs. With this dual membership, you can play subsidized club rugby at a reduced price ($40) and also participate in TIRF programming and events.
- How do I know which rugby club I should join as a dual member along with TIRF?
Here’s a link to a list of rugby clubs that are partners with TIRF. We’re happy to make recommendations, but ultimately you should figure out which club works best for you considering your schedule, location, and other needs. If you live outside the city of Toronto, you won't be eligible for TIRF, but you search the Rugby Ontario website here to find other club options.
- What does TIRF eligible mean?
To be eligible for a TIRF membership, you must be between 6 – 19 years of age and either attend a TIRF school, reside in one of Toronto’s neighbourhood improvement areas, or require financial assistance to access rugby (determined on a case-by-case basis). Click here to view a list of TIRF schools and more information.
- What is this membership for?
A dual membership provides you with the opportunity to become part of the TIRF network, enjoy TIRF programming, learn about volunteer opportunities, become eligible for scholarships, attend rugby-related events, and most importantly, covers your insurance to be able to play the sport.
- I’ve never played rugby before, is that OK?
Yes! All are welcome regardless of experience or skill level.
- Does this cost money? How do I pay?
If you sign up as a dual member with TIRF, the total membership cost for club rugby and TIRF programming is $40. Your annual membership fee is paid online via credit card through our membership software: Sportlomo. We know that not everyone has access to available credit, if you need to explore alternative payment options, please contact us. We will work with your chosen rugby club to arrange for you to be able to pay for your membership in a method that works for you and ensure that there is a record of payment.
- How long does my membership last?
Memberships last one year (April to April) and need to be renewed after each year. Be sure to periodically check your spam email folder to see if a renewal email has been sent.
Thinking about joining a free rugby house league, club minis program, or junior club rugby? Check your eligibility and register to be part of TIRF today!