FHR is HEC’s female Rugby club, aiming to introduce women to a sport that is currently male dominated. Three training sessions a week and numerous tournaments, this rugby club allows women to engage fully in a sport that is challenging, active and lots of fun.
- 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 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.
There are around 60 members in the association currently. FHR aspire to reach 100 members in the near future.
The current president is Margo Landrivon.
Sponsors include Akoya, EY and Talan.
The female rugby was created in 2001, meaning there have been 17 generations of teams. FHR hopes that more and more women will join this vibrant and lively sport team.