Annual Can-Am Rugby Tournament
Cheer on your team at one of the largest rugby tournaments in the world!

Can-Am Rugby Tournament is one of the largest in the world! More than 100 teams converge on the Adirondacks for a long weekend of competition at the end of July. Saranac Lake welcomes competitors and spectators to our community. Visit the official Can-Am Rugby Tournament website for all the details.

July 28–30 2017, the 44th annual!

Make sure to register for the 2017 Can-Am Rugby Tournament. Spots fill up quickly so don’t wait until the last minute! Saranac Lake’s annual Can-Am Rugby Tournament features more than 100 teams meeting in the Adirondacks. Spectators have many matches to choose from, with men and women’s teams, the unisex Quad Rugby Cup Match, and brackets for college, social or premier clubs. The player age ranges go right up to the over-sixties!

This is also a time when our village night life heats up with live music and much socializing among friends who look forward to this incredible time every year, whether they are committed competitors or fervent fans. Come be a part of this fast-growing sport, known for its uniquely committed players and fandom.

 Visit our lodging page or explore our package options. Don’t delay… this is a very popular event and rooms are booked early!


Men Premier
Men Club
Men Social
Women’s Division
Over 35
Over 45
Over 50
Over 55+

Future Dates:

Plan your future tournament trips way in advance!
2017: July 28-30
2018: Aug 3-5
2019: Aug 2-4
2020: July 31 – Aug 2
Tournament Director - Jay Annis
President - Nichole Meyette
VP - Dave Staszak
Treasurer - Tony Elrod
Secretary - Eric Heath
Board Members - Stacey Annis and Terry Tubridy
PR - Jeff Letson
Can Am Rugby - PO Box 774, Saranac Lake, NY 12983
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