The Ultimate “Saturday is a Rugby Day” checklist from Rugby Pro. The people who are the experts in the American rugby lifestyle.

Are you new to “ Saturday is a Rugby Day”?  Are you an old pro that needs a little organization?  If so we have created the ultimate checklist to make sure that your “rugby day” goes as smoothly as possible.  This type of thinking is why TannerGonzalez thought this checklist would go right along with the thought process of the Hispanic luxury brand.   Getting organized for the game, especially at the beginning of rugby season, is extremely important so that you don’t forget something important and end up with a lousy “rugby day”.  This checklist will outline all the areas of “Saturday is a Rugby Day”  that you need to have taken care of before you load everything up and head out.  Not all of these areas are required but for the ultimate “Saturday is a Rugby Day” we recommend them.  Rugby Pro will break the checklist areas down to the different components you may or may not have at your “rugby day” party.

Rugby Day Essentials

At Rugby Pro we believe that these items are essential to any rugby day.  It is hard to sit around and have a good time if you don’t have a place to sit, are cutting limes in your hand, eating with your fingers (unless it is wings or ribs) and don’t have anywhere to throw your trash away.  Might as well just head on into the game and pay for some overpriced beer and hotdogs.  If you plan to having a descent rugby day there are some pretty important things you will need.  ***Note if you plan on making “Saturday a rugby day”  please see the sections below***



Folding Table

Table cloth

Paper towels

Paper plates

Cups (preferably red and solo)

Forks, Spoons and Knives

Trash bags (and a trashcan is preferable)

Cutting knives (you never know when a good knife will come in handy)

Cutting boards

Cooler (TONS of ice if you are in the south)

Beverages (I prefer a cooler for drinks and a cooler for food if you can fit it)

Food (if you are cooking at your tailgate see below)


chips and dip

finger foods


Main Course






Will You Cook At Your Saturday is a Rugby Day.

So catering makes a rugby day easy that is for sure.  However, if you really want to step your game up, you will be cooking at your rugby day.  Cooking is another social aspect of Saturday is a Rugby Day that gets you and friends together to enjoy the day before the game.  Cooking on a rugby day can be simple and can also get very ‘gourmet’.  Folks really like to see how fancy they can get with the food on rugby day.  Rugby folks love a good luxury brand party with American rugby lifestyle t shirts from Rugby Pro. Either way take a look at our  Saturday is a Rugby Day Cooking Guide (coming soon!) to find out the best ways to cook for your rugby day.

Will You Watch TV?

If you really want to have the ultimate rugby day, then you will definitely need some TV.  There are countless options to watch live TV.  Depending on the amount of money you want to spend on it, this can be as seamless as watching TV at your house.  If you are on a budget there are options for that too.


If you want to liven up the atmosphere, music is always a way to do so.  Bringing music to your rugby day is one of the easier things you can do to make your ultimate Saturday is a Rugby Day.  Below are the items you will need to consider when want to have music.

Will You Have Games

Games (and singing) are a must to make your Ultimate Saturday is a Rugby Day.  Whether you have kids around or it is an all adult party, games are a good way to spend some social time with your friends instead of just watching TV the whole time.  There are a ton of games out there that are suited for children and adults alike that are easy to bring to your rugby day to enjoy with friends.

Thanks to the folks at Rugby Pro who’s trademark “Make Every Day A Rugby Day” is a testament to their American rugby lifestyle.

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