If rugby is omnipresent in the southwest of France, it has now clearly developed in the Paris region, the place of major tournament finals, national championships and final of the Rugby World Cup 2007 at the stade de france in Saint Denis - Paris. A long time associated with rugby showbiz, rugby in Ile de France is one for the people, in particular the rugby clubs of Drancy, Bobigny and Saint Denis.
Throughout the season, the Stade de France is used by the French National team for the 6 Nations Tournament, rugby test matchs and for the Top 14 competition final. It also hosted the rugby world cup final in 2007.
The club SDUS was created more than seventy years ago and is based at the Delaunay stadium in Saint Denis. With over two hundred licence holders it is the first “leader” team playing in federal 2 of the French Championship. Discover this old rugby club in Saint Denis.
AC Bobigny 93 is a rugby club founded in 1965. It groups together about 500 licence holders spread out amongst fifteen teams. More information on the rugby club - AC BOBIGNY 93.
Drancy rugby club was set up in 1947. It counts for about 250 licensees and is in Federal 3. All training sessions including matches such as the French Championship league Federal 3 take place on the pitch of the Guy Moquet stadium.
You can play as an amateur in many towns in Seine-Saint-Denis: Aulnay sous Bois Club, RC Bagnoltais, Paris Le Blanc Mesnil SR, AC Bobigny 93, RC Drancy, RC Epinay-sur-Seine, RC Livry-Gargan, RSC Montreuil, RC Neuilly sur Marne, RC Noisy le Sec, RC Noisy le Grand, Rugby Olympique Pantin, Red Star Olympique Rugby, SO Rosny sous Bois, Saint-Denis US, Tremblay Athlétique Club, Drop de béton Melting drop 93. For more information on age categories : children, seniors, women, leisure… contact the departmental rugby committee in Seine-Saint-Denis.
See also : Hotel near the Stade de France