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2023 Summer 7s Registration NOW OPEN


Registration Dues:

All Divisions $30 Total
($30-Match Facts)

New Player- 
All Divisions $80 Total
($30-Match Facts/$25-Rugby Explorer/$25-Belmont Dues)

NEW PLAYERS - YOU  MUST COMPLETE STEP #1 and #2 to be FULLY REGISTERED. STEP #3 is to pay Belmont Dues.

Step #1

CLICK HERE to REGISTER with USA Rugby via Rugby Xplorer.

Click Here for step by step directions for registering with Rugby Xplorer. 

Step #2

CLICK HERE to REGISTER with SCYR via Match Facts 


Step #3

Click HERE to pay $25 Belmont Club dues balance with a debit card via Cash App.  Please list your player's name and team level in the note field.

Club dues can also be paid at practice. We accept Cash, Check, Credit Cards,  and/or CashApp 

Registration Dues:



USA Rugby

CIPP (Rugby Xplorer- $25) &

SCYR (MatchFacts- $30)

*Paid during

online registration

Step #1 & Step #2
After May 31st Match Facts Fee
increases to $39


Belmont Dues: 

Training &  Fields Costs

*Paid via CashApp,

Cash, Check, or Credit

Card to Division Admin






All Divisions

$30 Match Facts

+ processing fee

$0 $30


All Divisions

$55 Match Facts/Rugby Explorer

+ processing fee

$25 $80

*Kit may be purchased separately.


Per Player/Per Tournament



USA Rugby Registration  must be paid in full in order to participate in all practices and games. 

No refunds, No Exception – There will be no refunds if a player elects to drop for any reason, all fees paid will be considered donations to the Belmont Shore Youth Rugby Football Club (BSYRFC) Program.

What registration includes:

  • CIPP & SCYR Registration fees
  • Field Costs

Practice Starts Dates:

May 11th
U10 COED, U12 COED, & U14 BOYS - Tuesday/Thursday 6pm-7:30pm

May 23rd 
U15 & U18 Girls- Tuesday/Thursday 6pm-7:30pm

May 30th 
U16 & U18 Boys- Tuesday/Thursday 6pm-7:30pm

Location: Chittick Field 1900 Walnut Ave, Long Beach, CA 90806 

Players Bring - Cleats, Water, Scrum Cap, & Mouthpiece

Summer 7's Tournament Dates & FEES

*TOURNAMENT FEE $25 per player/per tournament



JUNE 17th- Coronado

JUNE 24th - Coastal Dragons

JULY 8th - Belmont Shore

JULY 15th - Cal State Games 


Competition Structure:


  • Weight:  Maximum Cap limit of 120 lbs

    • Older/lighter waiver available - less than 85 lbs and turned 10 before August 31, 2022

    • Max Cap Waiver - if an athlete is heavier than 120 lbs, but has an extenuating circumstance (such as first year player), a waiver can be submitted to remain in this bracket


  • Weight: Maximum Cap limit of 145 lbs

    • Older/lighter waiver available- less than 105 lbs and turned 12 before August 31, 2022

    • Max Cap Waiver - if an athlete is heavier than 145 lbs, but has an extenuating circumstance (such as first year player), a waiver can be submitted to remain in this bracket


  • Light division:  limit of 180 lbs

    • Older/lighter waiver available - less than 125 lbs and turned 14 before August 31, 2022

    • Max Cap Waiver - if athlete is heavier than 180 lbs, but has an extenuating circumstance (such as first year player), a waiver can be submitted to remain in this bracket

  • Open division:  No weight limits

If a player is over the Max Cap in U10, or U12 they can either fill out the Youth Max Cap Waiver Request below or they may move up one division.  No matter the situation a player will only move up one division. For U14 we plan to have an Open Division & Light Division. 

For more information CLICK HERE or contact Lupe Lolesio-Pua at or 562-618-7276.


  • U8 - Head Coach Fa'i Iakopo
  • U10 - Head Coach Leonard Ibarra
  • U12 - Head Coach Johnny Pua
  • U14 Boys- Head Coach Ray Pua
  • U14 Girls- Head Coach Satuiatua Luga
Jr Youth Teams Administrator
Lupe Lolesio-Pua

Belmont Fan Gear & Backpack Orders

Let's get ready for the Rugby Season by ordering your Belmont Fan Gear! 


So place your order ASAP! 

Click Here to Order via Google Form

Payments can be made via CashApp ($BelmontShoreJRYouth), cash, check, or credit card.

U13 NZ Tour Team

Good luck to our U13 NZ Tour Team as you head to New Zealand this September to compete in the 10th Annual New Zealand Junior Rugby Festival. As the 1st USA team to ever participate in this tournament we wish you safe travels and Good Luck!

Recent Jr Youth U8 - U14 News

World Rugby Top Player Nominees: Taufete'e Named

By Goff Rugby 11/08/2019, 10:45am PST


USA Rugby Worcester Warriors and Belmont Shore RFC Belmont Shore Youth Rugby star Joe Taufete'e gets a nomination for World Rugby Player Of The Year.


Belmont Shore Rugby Club has become the ‘Rugby Family’

By Ed Robinson For the Sun 04/03/2019, 2:30pm PDT

The Sun Newspaper's Ed Robinson wrote a great article of Belmont Shore Rugby Club and the family culture. It touches on some of the local people and families that work behind the scenes to make this club successful. People like Stu & Paula Ledsam,  Adam Charlesworth, and the Dowgiewicz family.

Below is the article from the Sun Newspaper:

Seal Beach residents Stu and Paula Ledsam fondly refer to Belmont Shore Rugby Club as “family.” As president of the Rugby Club, Stu is the “face of the operation” and Paula is his biggest supporter. And it is indeed a proud, successful family.

Over the last couple of weeks, the senior men’s team beat San Francisco/Golden Gate 51-0 and San Diego/OMBAC 55-15. Also the club hosted over 700 young players (5-16 years) for a Juniors’ Tournament at Long Beach City College where most of our local teams proved invincible. As emphasized in previous columns, however, values of civility, respect and discipline are equally paramount in the youth program and are a constant focus for coaches, players and parents. All junior players are given tee shirts displaying the New Zealand/Maori mantra “Whakaraupapa” (which means “Discipline”) and spectators at their games or practice sessions often comment on the players’ remarkable personal citizenship qualities as well as their athleticism.

Typical of dedicated group leaders is Adam Charlesworth who coaches the Belmont Boys and Girls Under 12 years teams. Adam is a medical technology executive who hails from Toronto and was captain of the SMU rugby team before starring in the Dallas Harlequins rugby program then moving on to Southern California and joining the prestigious, nationally recognized Belmont Shore squad.

Like several of the junior team coaches, Adam’s son and daughter also play (and love!) the game of rugby. An increasing number of boys and girls here in the Long Beach/Seal Beach area are choosing rugby over other sports and continuing to play at the High School level and beyond.........

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