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Welcome to the toughest game in town.

Rugby ATL is ready to take Major League Rugby by storm, and we want you to stand with us. No city rallies around a team like Atlanta, which makes it the perfect place for the fastest-growing sport in the U.S.

We’re not just excited to play for Atlanta, we’re excited to represent the Southeast and put the work in from day one to bring home a championship in 2020. Whether you’re a new fan or a rugby fanatic, we’re playing for you.

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Rugby ATL Releases Twelfth Episode of ‘The RATL Roundup’ Series

Rugby ATL Releases Twelfth Episode of ‘The RATL Roundup’ Series

In this weeks episode of our informational live series ‘The RATL Roundup,’ Rugby ATL invited three more members of our Summer Residency to share their backgrounds with the game, and their first encounters with the professional environment here at Rugby ATL. For episode twelve, VPO Kevin McCorry got to sit down and chat with Kyle Peter of Western Washington University, Dez Maiava of Western Michigan University, and Gordon Smilanich of Central Washington University, to talk about their experience with camp before its conclusion.

Rugby ATL Posts Eleventh Episode of ‘The RATL Roundup’ Series

Rugby ATL Posts Eleventh Episode of ‘The RATL Roundup’ Series

In this, the eleventh episode of our informational live series ‘The RATL Roundup,’ Rugby ATL invited three more members of our Summer Residency to share their backgrounds with the game, and their first encounters with the professional environment here at Rugby ATL.This week, Vice President of Operations Kevin McCorry had the pleasure of sitting down with Terrell Nelson of Western Washington University, Sean Atkins of Western Michigan University, and Frankie Macnamara of American International College.

Rugby ATL Posts Tenth Episode of ‘The RATL Roundup’ Series

Rugby ATL Posts Tenth Episode of ‘The RATL Roundup’ Series

On July 16, 2020, ‘The RATL Roundup’ hosted the second part of our Summer Residency Camp series, and featured the coaches who took part in the learning experience down here in the 404. Involved in the camp were coaches from the University of Washington, Western Washington University, the University of Louisville, Kennesaw State University, and USA Rugby South. After presenting to the coaches an onboarding meeting of our values, and with a presentation on leadership from coach Scott Lawrence, our visiting coaches witnessed four days worth of camp: before they had the chance to sit down in the redeveloped business side of our headquarters to comment on what they had seen.

Rugby ATL Posts Ninth Episode of ‘The RATL Roundup’ Live Series

Rugby ATL Posts Ninth Episode of ‘The RATL Roundup’ Live Series

For this week’s episode of our informational live series, ‘The RATL Roundup,’ Rugby ATL had on three of our newest residents on-camera to chat about their experiences so far, members of our Summer Residency Camp, Rocco Arnold of St. Bonaventure University, Dominic Odden of St. John’s University, and Damoreon Travis of Life University. After a rigorous and meaningful first week of camp, the three young men gathered around our granite island in the player lounge to talk about their initial experiences.

Rugby ATL’s Pathway 404 Camp Begins

Rugby ATL’s Pathway 404 Camp Begins

Seventeen new faces stepped into Headquarters on the morning of Monday, July 6th, as the first members of Rugby ATL’s Summer Residency Camp of our new youth development program, Pathway 404. College players from all around the Eastern Seaboard and the midwest made their way down to Marietta over the weekend, to take part in the franchise’s first-ever development program tailored for collegiate players.

Rugby ATL Airs Eighth Episode of ‘The RATL Roundup’

Rugby ATL Airs Eighth Episode of ‘The RATL Roundup’

Atlanta, Georgia – This week, on ‘The RATL Roundup,’ Rugby ATL had on some of the earliest members of the franchise, in Sam Peri, Samuel Chaney, and Eamonn Matthews. A little over a year ago, each man dropped what he was doing at the time for a shot at becoming a professional athlete in the MLR, joining Rugby ATL for the fall development season with the 404.