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Does your child love watching other children play rugby? Does he insist on playing, but you don’t allow it because of the violence involved? Are you looking for some fun alternatives like Rugby coloring pages to pacify him for now? If you nodded along in earnest agreement, read our post below.

Rugby is a fun and unusual style of football. It is a full contact sport played by two sets of teams of 13 or 15 players. There are two types of rugby- rugby union and rugby league. The two forms have a distinct set of rules and regulations. So, let’s check out some high-quality rugby coloring sheets below.

10 Simple Rugby Coloring Pages To Offer Your Child:

1. Rugby:

Print out our coloring page of the two rugby players in action. The coloring page captures the excitement of a rugby league match. The Rugby League originated in England in the late 1800s. It is one of the most entertaining sports for spectators. The jersey is blank so that your child can draw his team’s design. He can also make up his design.

2. Rugby Ball:

Here’s a simple rugby coloring pictures of a ball that you can print for your child. The International Rugby Board regulates the shape and size of the rugby ball under the Law E.R.B. The official rugby ball is oval and has four panels. It is around 300 millimeters long and has a circumference of 770 millimeters.

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3. Rugby Player:

Here’s a rugby coloring page to introduce your child to the sport. This realistic coloring image captures a rugby player about to make a goal. The Rugby School in Warwickshire introduced the sport in the 19th century. A maximum of 15 players can play for a team, along with seven substitutes.

4. Player Going Bonkers:

Here’s an amusing coloring image of a rugby player. The ball has hit the player’s head, and he is going bonkers. But he will come back to his senses soon. Rugby is a rough game. The players try hard to grab the ball and often hurt the other players in the process.

5. Rugby Trophy:

The coloring page features a Rugby trophy. It’s a beautiful trophy of a rugby ball placed on a base. The rugby coloring sheet would look great if your kid colors it in bronze or gold color. Children can also write the name of their favorite rugby team on the trophy. It will give the image a life-like appearance.

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6. Little Rugby Player:

How cute does this cute and tiny rugby player look? The simple outline coloring page is appropriate for younger children. You can explain some rules about rugby to him while he colors the diagram. Or watch a rugby match with him this weekend.

7. Rugby Scrum Cap:

Here is a coloring image of one of the most essential parts of Rugby, a rugby scrum cap. The scrum cap is a type of helmet that the rugby players wear to protect their ears and head while playing. Initially, only the forward players could wear scrum cap, but now all players of all positions wear the cap.

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8. Rugby Shoes:

Here’s a coloring sheet of a rugby shoe. A rugby shoe is very different from regular shoes. It has cleats on the sole that provides traction on a slippery surface. The rugby boots have a come a long way from its humble beginning. A lot of research goes into the development and marketing of rugby shoes these days.

9. Rugby Goalkeeper:

This rugby coloring pictures features the goalkeeper. A rugby goalkeeper prevents the opposing team from scoring a goal. There are specific rules applied to the goalkeeper that do not apply to other players. These rules protect the rugby goalkeeper from being a target. It’s a great coloring sheet for supporting your favorite team during the Rugby World Cup.

10. Mr. Jelly Belly Playing Rugby:

Mr. Jelly Belly is all set to play the match for his team. What do you think will be the outcome of this match? Will Mr. Jelly Belly win the match for his team? Mr. Jelly Belly is the mascot of the Jelly Belly Candy Company. The Florida-based company manufactures jelly beans and other sweets and candies. So when are you taking your child to the Jelly Belly factory?

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Your little rugby fan will have a ball of time filling beautiful colors in our rugby coloring pages. He can color these players in the team colors too. Does your child enjoy watching rugby? Who are his favorite rugby players? Tell us here.

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