United States Team for Rugby World Cup 2019

Get the officially announced team squad of United States team for Rugby World Cup 2019. Here you will get all updates about the United States team and the complete list of a team player and members of the United States national rugby union team. The United States national rugby union team and the nicknamed of United States is Eagles which is controlled by USA Rugby. USA Rugby is a member of Rugby Americas North, one of six regional governing bodies under World Rugby. The United States is currently 13th place in World Rugby ranking since August 5, 2019, and the lowest rank of United States was 20 in 2008 where the hight rank was 12 in 2018 in World Rugby ranking

The United States also host the first time world cup in 2027. The preparation for the 2017 world cup starting from now and they also perform better than privios time. The highest-profile tournament in which the Eagles play in the Rugby World Cup. The Eagles have played in all but one Rugby World Cup since the tournament began in 1987. The United States’ biggest rival in rugby is Canada. The US has played more test matches against Canada than any other country. The two teams first met in 1977, and have played every year since then with the exception of 2010. As of July 2017, the total match was played between Canada and the united states was 58 times where united states won the 18 matches where Canada won maximum matches which were 38 and 2 matches were drawn.

Current Squad

  • Dylan Fawsitt
  • Mike Sosene-Feagai
  • James Hilterbrand
  • Kapeli Pifeleti
  • Joe Taufete’e
  • David Ainuu
  • Titi Lamositele
  • Paul Mullen
  • Dino Waldren
  • Chance Wenglewski
  • Olive Kilifi
  • Paddy Ryan
  • Eric Fry
  • Nick Civetta
  • Nate Brakeley
  • Samu Manoa
  • Siaosi Mahoni
  • Louis Stanfill
  • Greg Peterson
  • Ben Landry
  • Malon Al-Jiboori
  • Psalm Wooching
  • Ben Pinkelman
  • Tony Lamborn
  • Hanco Germishuys
  • John Quill
  • David Tameilau
  • Cam Dolan
  • Ross Deacon
  • Jamason Fa’anana Schultz
  • Riekert Hattingh
  • Nate Augspurger
  • Shaun Davies
  • Ruben de Haas
  • Mike Petri
  • Ben Cima
  • Will Hooley
  • AJ MacGinty
  • Will Magie
  • Bryce Campbell
  • Paul Lasike
  • Gannon Moore
  • Thretton Palamo
  • Martin Iosefo
  • Marcel Brache
  • Tim Maupin
  • Ryan Matyas
  • Madison Hughes
  • Mike Te’o
  • Blaine Scully

Other Stats

  • Coach:  Gary Gold
  • Captain: Blaine Scully
  • FIH ranking: 13th
  • Top scorer: Mike Hercus (465)
  • Most Caps: Todd Clever (76)
  • Top try scorer: Vaea Anitoni (26)
  • Home stadium: Don’t Have
  • Best result: Pool stage, 1987, 1991, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011 and 2015
  • Official Website: www.usa.rugby

The Eagles do not have an official home stadium. The Eagles used to play several of their home games at Infinity Park in Denver, Colorado, but with the increasing popularity of the U.S. National Team, the Eagles have not played there since June 2012. The United States national team has often played in larger Major League Soccer stadiums across the country. where the maximums matches were played in Canada. The Eagles have played a home match against a Tier 1 nation each June since 2012 before large crowds at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston, Texas. Since 2012, the Eagles have played at other MLS stadiums, such as PPL Park in Philadelphia and the Dignity Health Sports Park in Los Angeles. The Eagles play some of their less high-profile matches at minor league soccer stadiums.

United States Team for Rugby World Cup 2019, Team was ready for rock in this edition, every fan of rugby has lots of expectations in this world cup. The captain and Couch prepare their team from last year with lots of hard work but the United States never perform too much good in their rugby carier.

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