ST. LOUIS (Feb. 1, 2017) — As March quickly approaches, the St. Louis Crusaders released its spring schedule today featuring five games — two home and three away.

The April 15 home game is the most notable as the team welcomes not one, but two teams to St. Louis for a round robin tournament. This style of tournament allows each participant to play every other team once. It forces ranking to be based solely on overall performance rather than elimination.

"We're thrilled to welcome the Chicago Dragons and the Nashville Grizzlies to St. Louis for this event," said Robert Fischer, PR and Marketing Director for the team. "This will be the first time we host a round robin since our reformation which is a huge milestone."

The team welcomes all men ages 18 and older regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, height, weight, build, the level of fitness, or the level of experience. If you're interested in joining or want more information about the team, click here.



2017 Spring Season
March 25 @ Dallas Lost Souls
April 1 @ Cape Girardeau Kohlfeld Scorpions
April 15 v Chicago Dragon & Nashville Grizzlies (Home)
April 29 @ Columbus Kodiaks with Madison Minotaurs
May 13 v Madison Minotaurs (Home)


About St. Louis Crusaders:
The St. Louis Crusaders RFC (Rugby Football Club) is a men's rugby team dedicated to the promotion of equality and diversity in sports. The team is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization under Team St. Louis, a Division IV USA Rugby team, and Missouri's only International Gay Rugby (IGR) team.

About Team St. Louis:
Team St. Louis (TSL) is organized to educated the gay, lesbian, straight, bisexual, and transgender public concerning various methods of promoting general health and the benefits of participation in local, national, and international competitive sports as a specific means of health promotion. Its values include providing an environment free of discrimination in any form and encouraging athletes to perform at their personal best. Furthermore, TSL seeks to foster a safe environment in which individuals are encouraged to express themselves freely through athletic and culture endeavors.