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Society History

The female rugby club (FHR) was created in 2001, meaning there have been 20 generations of teams, which represents a current network of more than 200 motivated rugbywomen. FHR hopes that more and more women will join this vibrant and lively sport team.

The players train three times a week with their two coaches, Florian Guichard (coach of the Espoirs at Racing) and Quentin Soné (physical trainer at Stade Français). Numerous training weekends - in particular at the Marcoussis centre, the French team's training centre - and preparation for tournaments are also organised.

 

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The Mission

FHR wants to engage more women in this thrilling sport. With the supervision and guidance of two professional coaches and a huge family that goes well beyond the boundaries of your time at HEC, students can make unique bonds with fellow teammates and progress together on the field.

The FHR is a team united around traditions and strong values such as high standards, surpassing oneself and generosity!
 

Key Events

  • The HEC Talan tournaments starting 6th Oct on campus, as well as several other tournaments.

  • Various sport events organised by other schools across Europe, a particular favourite is the event in Barcelona every November.

  • For the last 3 years, the ‘Coupe de France ESC’ has seen teams from all over France meet on campus of HEC.

  • Weekends are for training- particularly in the Marcoussis centre; official training centre of the French Rugby team.


Why Join the Society?

For students who want to keep fit and be part of a close-knit and energetic team, FHR is the place to be! Rugby can be a demanding but extremely enjoyable sport, but FHR hopes to encourage more women to join in with this thrilling sport on campus. 


Members & Sponsors

There are around 60 members in the association currently. FHR aspire to reach 100 members in the near future. Sponsors include Akoya, EY and Talan.