- Class Information for Sunday 12th May（Preliminary announcement）
- Report of RUGBY MATSURI PROJECT 2019 Press Conference
Class Information for Sunday 12th May(Preliminary announcement)
Please note that there is no practice on 5th May.
Meeting time / 8:45a.m.
Let’s not be late！
Training time / 9:00a.m.-11:50a.m.
- All classes : Joint practice with Aso Rugby School
- Shogun (U13) + Samurai class : Friendly match with Aso Rugby School
- Exchange meeting with Ren-G (Rugby World Cup Mascot) (9:00a.m.-10:30a.m.)
- Rugby experience event (brothers, sisters and friends of SIRC members can also participate.)
BST Nagasawa Sports Ground Opening Ceremony will be held.
A special corner will be set up.
- Food wagon by BST
- Mascot Kids Application Corner by Land Rover Japan
- Japanese culture experience corner (Tea ceremony, Kimono, Ennichi, etc.) by I.F.P Kids Club
Depending on the situation, the end time may be early.
Meeting Place / BST Nagasawa Sports Ground
- 5-1-1 Mita, Tama-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa [ BST Nagasawa Sports Ground ]
- From Odakyu Line “Ikuta Station”, take the Kawasaki City Bus and walk about 20 minutes. For details, please refer to the attached guide map. Please come by train to arrive at Ikuta Station at the latest by 8:20a.m. Please take the bus at either 8:17am or 8:24am.
- There is no parking available at BST Nagasawa sports ground. There are some paid parking lots nearby, but we recommend that you come by train as these may be full on the day.
■ Transportation route
Get off at Odakyu Line “Ikuta Station” South Exit
↓ 4 minutes walk (250 m)
Get on Kawasaki Municipal Bus
“Ikuta Station”Line “生01″(iku-zeroichi) or “生02″(iku-zeroni)
“生 01 Miyamae kuyaku-sho mae” “生 01 Miyamaedaira eki” “生 01 Washigamine eigyou-sho mae” “生 01 Nagasawa iriguchi keiyu washigamine eigyo-sho mae” “生 02 St. Marianna ika-shika daigaku mae”
※Any of these buses is fine
↓ 2 minutes(4 stops) get on Bus
Get off at Kawasaki Municipal Bus “Shun-jyu-en iriguchi”
↓ 8 minutes walk (650 m)
Arrive at BST Nagasawa Sports Ground
■Kawasaki-city Municipal Bus [ Kawasaki-city Municipal Bus ]
Timetable(whole) [ Timetable ]
Route map [ Route map ]
Please bring the same equipment as you usually do for training at Showa Women’s Ground
For those playing contact rugby , please make sure to bring head gear / mouth guard and non-metal sole boots.
Please click the link below to see the notes on what to bring and other miscellaneous items.
Report of RUGBY MATSURI PROJECT 2019 Press Conference
The children of Shibuya International Rugby Club were invited to participate in the new project “RUGBY MATSURI PROJECT 2019” sponsored by JRFU and the Rugby World Cup 2019 Organizing Committee.
The speech by Brian Christian MBE, a SIRC coach and the principal of British School in Tokyo, was followed by a speech by Marc who was the representative of the children. He spoke passionately and acted as an interpreter for the rest of interview.
In response to the question of former Japanese national representative Yuya Saito from Minato Rugby School, the children who participated raised their hands cheerfully.
What is your favorite part of rugby?
“Tackle!” was one enthusiastic response.
How do you want to boost rugby?
“I want to convey the fun of rugby and bring my friends to the ground.”
There were many other great comments made by the children at the event.
RUGBY MATSURI PROJECT 2019
This program is a participatory program for events organized by local governments, malls and rugby teams across the country in order to further boost Japanese rugby and to promote Japanese culture to the world.
At SIRC, we participate in international children’s tournaments, hold rugby experiences, friendship matches with overseas teams, experience events with Japanese culture, and hold international exchange parties with foreigners visiting Japan in the lead up to the World Cup. We will participate in this festival with a wide range of activities!
The details of RUGBY MATSURI PROJECT 2019 are here.
[ RUGBY MATSURI PROJECT 2019]
As SIRC was requested to attend this press conference in a very short notice, we selected children who had the highest attendance records during the Winter season under the age of 12. We hope we will have such opportunities in the future again.