About Underwater Rugby
Under water rugby was invented in Köln, Germany 1961 and became popular in the Nordic countries under the name, UW-Polo. Before the first Championship in 1978 the rules had to be merged (different number of players, 4 vs. 8, playing above the surface, etc). The game has since then evolved and now involved 13 counties at the latest championship. more »
CMAS Open European Underwater Rugby Championships for Juniors (U21)POSTPONED 16th Nov 2023, Volos - GREmore details »
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