Rugby Africa stages 7 competitions across the African Continent:
- The Rugby Africa Gold Cup includes the 6 best teams of Africa. The winner is crowned champion of Africa while the loser is relegated in Silver Cup. This year the RAGC is a Rugby World Cup (Japan 2019) qualifier. The Rugby Africa Gold Cup is organised on 15 matches over 7 weekends between the 16th of June 2018 and the 18th of August 2018 and will be held in all participating countries: Namibia, Tunisia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Uganda and Morocco.
- The Rugby Africa Silver Cup gathers 6 teams into two pools: North, to be held in Toulouse, France and South, to be held in Mulufira in Zambia. The winner is promoted in Gold Cup, the loser is relegated in Bronze Cup. The participating teams are Botswana, Madagascar and Zambia; Ivory Coast, Algeria and Senegal.
- The Rugby Africa Bronze Cup includes 4 teams. The bottom team having lost all matches will be relegated in Regional Challenge, the best team is promoted in Silver Cup. This year, Ghana won the Bronze cup while the union was hosting the competition, and is promoted in the Silver Cup 2019.
- The Junior Barthés Trophy which gathers 2 groups : North & South. This year, Tunisia won the North Trophy, while Namibia won the South Trophy.
Following these numerous fifteen-a-side tournaments, Rugby Africa wished to organize 7s competitions as well.
- Africa Women’s Sevens with 8 or 10 teams (serving as Olympic Qualifier every four years)
- Africa Men’s Sevens with 12 teams (serving as Olympic Qualifier every four years)
- The Regional Sevens gathering, center, west and south African countries
On this page, you will find all our competitions information and ranking.