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Dubai Hurricanes Manifesto

Welcome to Dubai Hurricanes RFC

A very warm welcome to the Dubai Hurricanes where we provide rugby for players from the tender age of 4 to over 50 years.

We have a senior section comprising of a men’s, ladies and veterans squad, and Mini & Youth section providing rugby to players aged U4 to the U18 player for both girls and boys. This is supported by our own rugby academy and annual rugby tours to northern and southern hemisphere countries.

Our home is the world class facilities of 7he Sevens Stadium where we train and play every Friday, Monday and Wednesday, and enjoy the company of fellow members in our exclusive club lounge. In 2007, we won the Gulf Cup, the Gulf League, and the Dubai 7’s tournament. In the 2010-11 season, we have won the first ever Grand Slam in the Middle East winning the UAE league, the Gulf Top 6 League, and the West-Asia Championship Final. In the 2012-13 Season our Ladies squad also completed the Grand Slam in the Women’s Championship. Both a men and ladies squad has fielded players for the UAERF and before that in the AGRFU. You can read more about our history by visiting our About Us page. If our club manifesto appeals to what you want to get out of the game in Dubai, then click on either the ‘Seniors’ or ‘Juniors’ menu option and select your preferred squad to learn more and contact the coach. See you on the park….

Our Vision

To be recognised as the rugby club of choice in the Dubai.

Our Mission

To offer the best rugby experience for people aged 4 to 50 years, so that they enjoy developing and playing their rugby.

Our Values

Respect. We respect all cultures and encourage cultural understandings when playing the game of rugby. Family. We emphasize the importance and priority of family life, parental support and participation in helping develop all club players to a senior level in a sport that is often physically demanding as well as rewarding. Sportsmanship. We value the need to be humble, both in victory and defeat so that our players and supporters are respected both on and off the field.