AG Rugby 2021 Schedule
AUSTIN, TEXAS (March 9, 2021)– Major League Rugby (MLR) announced its 2021 season schedule, beginning with matches on March 20, 2021. Entering its fourth season with Dallas shifting their focus to 2022, Major League Rugby has revised the 2021 schedule.
The AG home-opener is March 20th when the Utah Warriors come to town. 3-time Grammy award nominee DJ Paul Oakenfold is performing after the match. The first four AG Rugby matches are at home!
Longtime rugby fans and those interested in checking out the sport can purchase The AG Rugby Experience Package which grants guests free admission to the third match of the season on April 3 when they purchase the first two home matches on March 20 and March 28. The General Admission package is $20 and the Reserved North Stand Package is $40.
The AG Rugby 2021 Theme Nights:
- March 20 – AG vs Utah Warriors “Keep Austin’s Vibe Alive”
- March 28 – AG vs San Diego Legion “Spring Fling/Singles Mingle”
- April 3 – AG vs Houston Sabercats “Deep in the Heart of Texas” presented by Karbach
- April 17 – AG vs ATL Rugby “Rock of AG’s Night”
- April 25 – AG vs Seattle Seawolves “AG’s Aussie Night”
- May 15 – AG vs Rugby United New York “Military Appreciation”
- May 19 – AG vs LA Giltinis “Superhero (Cancer Awareness) Night”
- June 12 – AG vs Toronto Arrows “Pride Night”
MLR Season Draw
MLR will feature 12 teams competing throughout North America over 18 weeks. The conclusion of the regular season will bring the MLR Championship Series, with the top two seeds from each conference qualifying for the postseason. The playoffs will culminate with the Championship Final to be held August 1.
MLR’s 13 teams are split into two conferences. The Eastern Conference features six teams (Rugby ATL, New England Free Jacks, NOLA Gold, Old Glory DC, Rugby United New York, Toronto Arrows) while the Western Conference features six teams (Austin Gilgronis, Houston SaberCats, Los Angeles, San Diego Legion, Seattle Seawolves, Utah Warriors). Each team will play a 16-game regular-season schedule, with two bye weeks each.
Like many major professional sports around the globe, MLR adjusted its 2020 season schedule due to the pandemic and turned its attention to ensuring the league would rebound with a strong showing in 2021. League and team officials have been diligently working to build strong rosters and enhance the fan experience for the upcoming season.
MLR has a COVID Task Force made up of medical advisors and League officials that is dedicated to setting policies and procedures that ensure the safety of athletes, fans, and staff. MLR will continue to consult with the COVID Task Force, medical advisors, teams and players, to always put safety first when making decisions as the COVID-19 crisis continues to evolve.
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