Montreal Barbarians Youth Rugby

Rugby for boys and girls – No Experience Necessary.

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The Montreal Barbarians Club realizes that the future of rugby rests with our youth. With this in mind we provide fun, exciting and active programs for young rugby players. The training sessions are designed to help children develop better balance, physical skills, endurance, and strength while having lots of fun! Programs are also designed with safety in mind and to better educate kids about the benefits of rugby.

Kids will learn the basic rules of rugby, skills such as kicking, catching, and passing a ball as well as life skills such as respect, teamwork, and sportsmanship. For the older kids tackling will be introduced.

The Youth Rugby Season runs from May to the end of July. Training times are Thursdays from 6:30pm-7:15pm for U7 to U13 and U15’s are from 6:15pm to 7:15pm at Westwood Park. Start date for the 2019 season is May 16th (weather permitting).

The teams are as follows

Under 7 (2012, 2013 and 2014) – Fun and games. Developing a love for sport.
Under 9 (2010, 2011) – Flag rugby
Under 11  (2008, 2009) –BOYS AND GIRLS TEAMS –  Modified rules, introduction to the tackle
Under 13 (2006, 2007) – BOYS AND GIRLS TEAMS – Modified rules, tackle
Under 15 (2004, 2005) – BOYS AND GIRLS TEAMS –  full contact

Costs are as follows

U7 – $75.00 – Includes t-shirt
U9 – $100.00 – Includes t-shirt
U11 – $150.00 – Includes t-shirt
U13 – $150.00 – Includes t-shirt
U15 – $175.00 – Includes t-shirt


Registration for the 2019 season has started…sign up below!

For more information about the Youth Rugby Team contact Jason Thompson at 450-424-0277.

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