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151 Good Rugby Team Slogans for T-Shirts

Rugby is considered one of the most competitive and dangerous sports. Considered a full contact game, player of all sizes are welcomed to play. Each match consists of 80 minute, two sides, and 15 players. By halftime, a 40 minute break is allotted. The following rugby team slogans outlined below are from other rugby enthusiasts and meant to inspire your own slogan creation.

80 minutes. 15 positions. No protection.
A game for ruffians, played by scholars.
A team above all. Above all a team.
Above and Beyond.
Aggressive by Nature, Rugby by Choice.
Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now.
All for ONE.
All it takes is all you’ve got.
All Out, All Match, All Season.
All you got, all the time.
Always a great ruck.
ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING.
Band of Brothers.
Believe in TEAM.
Black and blue with pride.
Born to play Rugby.
Bring the ruckus.
Call us “Butter” because we’re on a roll.
Call us butter cause we on a roll.
Championships are won at practice.
Come together.
Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage (It’s a rugby thing).
Demand respect or expect defeat.
Don’t plan to succeed, Work to succeed.
Don’t Ruck With Me!
Donate blood, play rugby.
Drive – Desire – Destiny.
EARN IT.
Expect Victory.
Fearless and True.
Fight On.
For those about to ruck, we salute you.
FORTITUDE.
Give blood play rugby.
Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.
Have you hugged a rugger today?
Have you rucked anyone lately?
Heart is the difference between those who attempt and those who achieve.
How do you want to be remembered?
Hustle and heart set us apart.
I hope you like animals, cause I’m a beast.
I will always place the Team first.
I’m so good your mom cheers for me.
If you never lose then you can never appreciate the victories.
If you pause a rugby game at least more than 60 times you are watching football.
If you really want to see stars, play rugby.
It takes leather balls to play rugby.
It’s all about TEAM.
It’s amazing how much can be accomplished if no one cares who gets the credit.
It’s harder than it looks.
It’s not ballet dancing, it’s rugby.
It’s not bragging if you can back it up!
It’s not how you start, but how you finish!
It’s time.
It’s what you do before the season start that makes a champion.
Keep calm and scrum down.
Keep the Dream Alive.
Let’s Roll.
Life would be boring without Rugby.
Live Hard Play Rugby Die Ugly.
Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.
Make your competitive juices overcome your excuses.
Mind over matter……because in our mind, you don’t matter.
My friend has a Rugby problem.
Never give up – never back down – never lose faith.
Never let good enough BE enough!
New Year, New Team, One Dream.
No fear – Play Rugby.
No pads, no helmets, just balls.
No Rugby, No life.
Now is the Time.
Only the Best is Good Enough.
Out of yourself and into the TEAM.
Outwork the competition.
Outworking the Competition.
Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.
Pain is temporary, pride is forever.
Pain is weakness leaving the body.
Pick it up and run with it.
play like you’re in first, train like you’re in second.
POWER SURGE.
Practice winning every day.
Pride + Dedication = Glory.
Pride and Passion.
Pride in Excellence.
Ready to Rumble.
Refuse to Lose.
Respect All, Fear None.
Rise up.
Risk everything. Fear Nothing. Live with no regrets.
Rock and roll with Rugby.
Rock Solid.
Ruck and Roll.
RUGBY – license to kill.
RUGBY – pleasure without protection.
Rugby girls bleed more than once a month.
Rugby is a game for gentlemen.
Rugby is a hooligan sport, but played by 15 gentlemen!
Rugby, A sport for men with odd shaped balls.
Rugby, the few, the proud the insane.
Rugby: If it wasn’t a game the police would be called in to break it up.
Rugby: No helmets, No pads, Just balls.
RUGBY-our balls are bigger.
Scrum all day.
Separation comes from Preparation.
Small town, Big dreams.
Some call them opponents, I call them victims.
Some wish for it – we work for it.
Sometimes it’s not how good you are, but how bad you want it.
Sticks and Stones may break my bones but rugby does it better.
Strong to the Finish.
Stronger Faster Fitter.
Surrender the ME for the WE.
Sweat plus Sacrifice equals Success.
Team First.
Team is everything.
Teamwork Makes The Dream Work.
That’s how we finish.
The difference between Ordinary and Extraordinary is that little extra.
The few, the proud, the insane.
The future is now.
The harder we work, the luckier we get.
The only easy day was yesterday!
The pain won’t last forever, but the memories will.
The price of victory is high but so are the rewards.
The Tradition Continues.
There is no glory in practice but without practice there can be no glory.
There’s plenty of room at the top but no room to lie down.
This time it’s personal.
Those who believe will be Champions.
Tough people do Rugby.
Tradition never graduates.
Train today – Perform tomorrow.
Under Construction: Champions Building.
Unfinished Business.
Unity in Adversity.
Victory begins in the Heart.
Victory is the goal. Determination gets you there.
We break bones not hearts.
We don’t rebuild, we reload.
We don’t remember days…we remember moments.
We will.
Well done is better than well said.
Whatever it Takes.
Where Pride meets Passion.
Winners train, losers complain.
Winning is a habit, Success is a choice.
Work hard – Win easy.
You can’t be as good as, you have to be better than.
Your mom called. You left your game at home.
Youth and talent are no match for age and treachery.

Rugby players are known for not taking the extra precautions of wearing safety equipment when playing. As a result, at least 2 injuries are seen per club each match. A single player can perform as many as 40 tackles each match. Rugby’s rate of injuries is reported to be three times higher than football and American football. Additional statistics about this dangerous sport is outlined in the infographic below.

Common Rugby Injuries

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