Where can I play underwater rugby?
If you live outside Australia, check here to find your nearest team. The UNSW team is the first Underwater Rugby team in Australia, nowadays, there is at least one team playing in each states of Australia(whereas we are looking forward to see one Northern Territory). Since 2006, the UNSW Underwater Rugby team has met regularly in Sydney, Australia for training sessions and competitions (see maps below). Contact us for if you live in any of these cities or other locations in Australia and would like to give it a go.
Who can play?
We play UWR socially, mixing everyone from beginners to former world cup players, girls and guys. For the more competitive, we’ve got regular competitions for all levels.
Who organises underwater rugby?
Underwater Rugby in Sydney is run through the UNSW Underwater Rugby club. Membership is open to anyone, its $12 for regular members, and $12/$6 for UNSW students (non-Arc/Arc members). You can contact us or come along to one of our pool sessions first.
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Is it a rough sport?
Although underwater rugby is a contact sport, the water is an excellent cushion for impact so it is difficult to get injured. We wear waterpolo caps with ear protectors to prevent burst ear drums. Underwater rugby rules prioritise safety so we make sure we stick to the rules and teach players how to tackle effectively and safely.