Rugby union in Costa Rica

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Rugby union in Costa Rica
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The Costa Rican national side.
Country Costa Rica
National team Costa Rica

Rugby union in Costa Rica is a minor, but growing sport.

Governing body[edit]

The governing body is the Federación de Rugby de Costa Rica which is not currently affiliated to the IRB.

History[edit]

In 2007, Costa Rica helped introduce the game into Guatemala, when the Jules Verne School in Guatemala and Liceo Francés from Costa Rica played one another.[1]

In December, 2007, Costa Rica A & B sides participated in the First Central American Rugby cup. The other competing teams were Panama and Guatemala. Costa Rica A came first in this tournament, Panama 2nd, Guatemala 3rd, and Costa Rica B 4th.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Guatemala's Rugby Story part 1