Chillicothe Rugby Football Club 
 The Barbarians

2010 & 2011 Tier 3 State Champions


Registration with Rugby Illinois and USA Rugby

You must be registered with USA Rugby and Rugby Illinois to engage in contact drills in practice and to play in matches. Registration with USA Rugby and Rugby Illinois is $50 for high school and $40 for middle school, which covers insurance for players and for the club.

To play or practice, you must be registered with Rugby Illinois and USA Rugby
Register to play by noon on February 25 to be entered in a drawing for a custom CRFC rugby ball.  Pay dues by the deadline for a second entry.  Recruit friends for more chances to win.

Club Dues

Once you've completed the on-line registration, the only remaining cost is to pay additional club dues (separate from USA Rugby fees), to cover some of the club operating costs such as uniforms, field maintenance, referees, etc.).  Every dues paying members also receives rugby shorts and club socks.

Dues cost by Team

 High school boys 
 High school girls
 Boys and girls grades 5-8

Pay On-Line

Player name(s)

A $1.50 convenience fee will be added to the total

Pay by Cash or Check

Make checks payable to 
Chillicothe RFC


Give to your coach or a club officer.

Total cost for players is therefore $100 for high school or $80 for middle school. This is significantly less than the $200-$300 for most rugby clubs and other non-school sports clubs in the Chicago area and compares favorably to the fees charged at high schools to participate in sports in our area. Scholarships are available to players with financial need, and local business sponsors help to keep the costs down for players.

Medical Treatment Authorization for Minor

This form is necessary for those situations where minors are unaccompanied by either parents or legal guardians. This “Medical Treatment Authorization and Consent Form” gives authority to a designated adult to arrange for medical care for a minor in the event of an emergency. This is extremely important, in that, medical care cannot be provided to a minor without approval by the parents or legal guardians, unless there is written consent authorizing an agent to give approval.