The MyRugby App is your official New Zealand Rugby Community App.
Follow the local teams you care about to find out about upcoming fixture information and previous score. And if you’re a team manager spend less time filling out and sending in paper teamsheets so you can spend more time on winning the game!
As MyRugby has been developed by New Zealand Rugby so all player information and fixture information comes directly from, and is recorded to, the official National Rugby Database.
How much does the MyRugby App cost?
The MyRugby App is 100% FREE to download and use.
Where can I get the MyRugby App?
The App is available for both Apple and Android devices, use the appropriate links below for your device, or search directly for MyRugby wherever you normally get app for your phone.
What can the community do on the MyRugby App?
Follow teams across all the grades from Juniors to the Prems
Quickly find and add multiple teams to your favourites list and see the latest fixture information on:
Upcoming fixtures including; ground, field number, and kick-off time.
And Previous results are made available showing the score and fixture details all in one handy place
What Can Team managers do?
Can manage multiple teams from a single account.
Build teamsheets easily using preloaded player information- players must be registered to appear in the app.
All players are pulled directly from the National Rugby Database of registered players who registered for your club or school in this season.
Score games directly using the app.
Assign scoring to players within your team.
Easy submission. No need to send in paper copies of the team sheets. Who played and who scored can be submitted directly from the app to your Provincial Union.
Why develop the app?
Inefficient competition admin processes
Reduction in hundreds of hours of volunteer administration nationally per week
Begin recording the history of our community game
Clubs, schools, coaches and players want to know the number of games played & points scored – a players 50th cap!
Increase compliance around player eligibility
Unions will be able to count the number of games a player has played within a grade.