No matter where you live, Rugby is one of the sports that seems to transcend borders, languages and regions. Not to mention, with numerous international cups, leagues and competitions on the go each year, there is a lot to keep up with in the rugby world. Luckily, there are a number of apps to make sure you never miss a beat. Here are ten rugby inspired apps that you might want to check out.
Official Rugby World Cup 2015
With the rugby World Cup kicking off in September, now might be a good time to download the official app. This one will keep you up to date on everything that is happening in the leadup to the kick off. Not to mention, keep you informed once it all does begin too.
Ultimate Rugby is a great option to keep up to date with all that is going on in the rugby world in general. Whether you are in interested in specific players or clubs and in whichever country, this is a good one to check out.
All Blacks: Rugby Union App
Those interested in rugby will need no introduction to who the ‘All Blacks’ are. This is New Zealand’s national rugby team and one which has been a dominant force in the rugby world for years. Therefore, if you want to keep up to date on the team and players, this will be one to go for.
Those specifically interested in Super Rugby, then this is an app worth checking out. This app will provide you with all the coverage and news from from the Australian, New Zealand and South African teams. Not to mention, push notifications to keep you up to the minute with the latest Super Rugby news.
Vodacom Rugby is a great app to keep you informed on your favorite rugby players. This one will allow you to track specific rugby players stats and monitor their progress over the year and through all competitions. Great app for those looking for a more player specific app.
League Live is a great way for fans of NRL to keep up to date with everything that is happening in the league. This app will provide you with all the scores, fixtures and analysis you need to make sure you are covered throughout the season.
As the name of this one suggests, like Rugby Live, this one is focus on Super Rugby. However, unlike Rugby Live, this one places much more of a focus on the social aspect and as such, allows Super Rugby fans the opportunity to engage more with each other and digest the weekly and season long news.
More of a ruby player than follower? Well, this app from Fitivity is designed to help you get the best out of your gym and workouts to improve your fitness to be a more physical rugby player. The training regimes on offer are designed to be specifically intended to improve rugby players ability to be stronger, faster and more efficient and regardless of position played. Want to train like a rugby player? This might be the one for you.
So far most of the apps have focused on the world of rugby. However, if you are U.S. based and want to know more about the U.S. rugby scene, players and clubs, then USA Rugby is the app for you. This app will bring you all the news from the U.S. team(s) including fixtures and the likes.
Closing out today’s list is not exactly a Rugby app. However, BBC Sport is one of the best apps out there for sports news in general. And Rugby coverage is no exception. You can opt in to just get your Rugby fix news and make sure you have all the information on all the latest and breaking news from the rugby world.