Rugby open day all over Tuscany

On September 17 and 18 the Welcome Party returns to the world of oval ball and is open to all in the age group of 5 to 14 years

FIRENZE – Ion Nicolai of Elba Rugby went to Zebras Parma, Gianmarco Lucchesi of Leon Rugby Amaranto of Livorno to Benetton Rugby and Lorenzo and Nicolo Canoni of Bombo Rugby Florence to Benetton of Rugby, Federico Mori of Etruscans Livorno at Top14, in France.

Then there are younger talents like Simone Gesi, Lorenzo Pani, Lapo Frangini, Filippo Lavorenti, Riccardo Bartolini and Marcos Gallorini.

And there again and again.

They are Tuscan boys who play rugby at a high level, they wear the Blue Jersey of Italy and they all have one thing in common, there was a day in Elba, in Livorno, in Florence, in Prato, in Arezzo, they were curious children, who were drawn to that oval, that The ball that makes a strange bounce but everyone wants to run together towards the goal line.

They started this way, pure fun in which everyone is involved in the game and no one is left out.

For the enjoyment of boys, girls, girls and boys, the FIR (Italian Federation of Rugby) Open Day returns on September 17-18, an oval welcome party open to all in the age group from 5 to 14, organized by many sports clubs from all over Tuscany in collaboration Union tools.

Here is the map of participating sports clubs

Participation in the event is free and allows families to have a live group experience on the pitch, dedicated to learning about the game and the sports club that will be organizing the event locally.

Each participant will receive a “certificate of friendship” signed by the president of the Italian Rugby Union who, coincidentally, is another Tuscan, Marzio Innocenti of Livorno.

Open days are one of the most useful tools to inform everyone about our sport and our clubs, to promote promotion in the purest sense of the term, and to address those who have never had the opportunity to experience rugby and get to know firsthand. rugby family. – said Francesca Galina, member of the Federal Council responsible for promotion and development –These days present an excellent opportunity to concretely demonstrate the ability of our communities to be open, welcoming and inclusive, with many volunteers behind and many volunteers willing to make young people and families feel immediately at ease. our world. Organizing an FIR is certainly a joint commitment of the federation, regional bodies and clubs, but it is fully rewarded with the smiles and joy of those we hope to become rugby friends in the future.“.

Rugby friends grow up learning that the important thing is to play well by completing your mission and not win a match at any cost and that the opponent is not an enemy but a person to be respected and you can find yourself with. End of the game in the game.Joyful moment of the third time.

Rugby is all of this and more.

It’s like love“- once said the great Azzurri captain Sergio Parisse, who turned 39 this week and still plays at a high level in the Top14 in Toulon”It makes you laugh, rejoice, laugh, ache, cry, struggle, live, and therefore you cannot do without it!

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