Incontro delegati FIR Reggio Calabria

Re-launch of rugby in the south passes through Reggio Calabria: schools, women’s movement and Ligue 1 in Artuso [INTERVISTE]

Giuseppe Artuso on the FIR committee to relaunch rugby in southern Italy: The former rugby player from Reggio Calabria returns to Reggio Calabria to analyze the city, regional situation and help the oval movement return to the glories of the 1970s

I don’t speak Regina, but my wife when I get angry says her Calabrian accent appearsbehind the Padoan dialect, with which he introduced himself to the microphones of StrettoWeb, Giuseppe Artuso Reggio’s soul is hiding.”My heart is always in Reggio CalabriaFans who have a few more years will remember her as the third line of Reggio Calabria Rugby Sports Association, a small club that arrived from the fields of Dopolavoro Ferroviario di Calamizzi to league. A story that, unfortunately, lasted quite a bit: the team founded in 1965, She broke up in 1979. In the first 1976 season in the Italian Serie A, Giuseppe Artuso He defended the colors of the marigolds, before traveling to Petrarch and achieving with him 5 league titles and the Italian Cup. Today he returns to Reggio Calabria to relaunch a dormant but still going strong passion in the city.

Giuseppe Artuso Appointed as the new FIR delegate to the committee”relaunch the southFor the regions Calabria NS Sicily. Through training and information for the key players of the regional rugby movement, as well as careful analysis and assessment of the critical issues present in the territory, the former rugby player will have the task of organizing a plan with the Italian Rugby Federation to re-launch the sport of oval ball on both sides of the strait. “Rugby is geographically localized, especially in Veneto, Lombardy and the North. In the south there is more football mentality‘, explains Artuso to our microphones during today’s conference held in the conference room atIt’s a hotel Reggio Calabria. “I was lucky enough to play Reggio in Serie A, but it was like a meteor. – Tells – I was fortunate enough to go out and play in teams where I also won a lot. Today there is not much difference in Reggio. We need to restore that mentality. There is Regina, there is Viola, and Reggio is a sports city. If you do well in the school sector, you can develop this culture: you can play football and rugby together, as in colleges in England“.

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It’s important to bring rugby culture back to Calabria, starting with the most youngsters:The people of Calabria have a great passion for rugby. Previous rugby experience is missing. To explain to children, you need to have some basics. We, as a union, want to provide technical support to coaches and convey important messages to children“.

repeating it Francesco Grosso, responsible for the promotion and development of rugby in Italy. “My role is to make sure the rugby community expands – Explains, emphasizing the importance of combining rugby with the school environment – Rugby is a school sport, and it was born at the Rugby School in England. For us, school remains an essential field. We will start with refresher courses for teachers, and we will suggest rugby tag, a form of contactless rugby that is very suitable for the school context and for beginners. We will also have a suggestion for high schools and universities“.

It is impossible not to mention the pink part of rugby. The women’s movement It grows fast and delivers significant results and we can say: rugby is also a women’s sport! “The women’s national team has just qualified for the 2022 World Cup in New Zealand, it’s been a great 3 days of rugby! The women’s movement is growing, and the potential is huge. We always point out that rugby is a sport for everyone: boys and girls, boys and girlsGrosso concludes.

Giuseppe Artuso: “Reggio Calabria, a sports city, let’s bring the love back to rugby” [VIDEO]

Francesco Grosso: “Rugby is a sport for everyone: kids, boys and girls!” [VIDEO]

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