At present, the USA Women’s XVs Program is the only USA Rugby team without secondary funding. To compete in an increasingly professional landscape, we must create a financially sustainable platform through diverse, direct, and transparent revenue sources.
Prepping for Rugby World Cup 2025! Donate to support players as they compete in Spain, New Zealand and in the XV Series in 2023.
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The Eagles will get together in Ottawa at the beginning of July, along with 17 preparation camp invites. Four names from the U23s roster have also been included in the preparation invites. Focus will be on their two matches against Australia and New Zealand with the goal of earning a spot in WXV 1, where the top three of four teams will move to compete in New Zealand this fall.
In partnership with Mastercard, The World Rugby Pacific Four Series 2023 schedule optimizes and complements the existing women’s domestic and international competition calendars for 2023. The cross-regional, international competition also acts as one of the principal annual qualification routes for the top two tiers of WXV with the top three placed teams qualifying for WXV 1 and the fourth-placed team securing a place in WXV 2.
World Rugby has launched a new three-tier annual global women’s international 15s competition within a restructuring of the test calendar. Launching in October 2023, WXV will revolutionise the women’s international rugby landscape, providing for the first time a meaningful pathway for all unions and a competitive springboard towards an expanded 16-team Rugby World Cup in 2025.