Wheelchair Rugby is mostly played by two teams of up to twelve players. Thereafter Four players from each team may be on the court at only one time. It is a mixed gender sport, and both male and female athletes play on the same teams.
Rugby League, 13 players each side (with 4 substitutes). Rugby Union, 15 players each side (with 7 substitutes).
In Rugby Union, 15 players each side, with 7 substitutes each. In Rugby League, 13 players each side, with 4(?) substitutes each.
Rugby League has 13 players on each team. Rugby Union has 15 players on each team. There is a recognised game of seven-a-side in Rugby Union.
15 a side for union. 13 a side for league.
In rugby union-30, 15 a side
13 players per side plus substitutes
normally 6 a side
There are 13 players on the pitch in each rugby league side, as opposed to 15 in rugby union teams. The difference is in the forwards. Rugby union teams have 8, but rugby league teams survive with only 6.
13 players per side - unlike union the league code have dropped the flanker positions from the forwards
In the Union code there are 15 players per side plus 5 subs League is 13 players per side plus subs
Up to 14 per side sides are normally 6 to 14 players
15 per side in the union code and 13 a side in the league code
15 a side with 7 subs on the bench
13 per side plus 4 subs
13 on the field with 4 subs
26, 13 on each side.
IN a union side there are 15 players plus 5 subs (max) in league there are 13 players and 4 subs
Rugby League. Rugby League.
League have 13 players per side plus substitutes union have 15 players per side plus substitutes
a Maximum of 30 in total. made up of 15 players from each side.
15 players plus subs in union and 13 plus subs in league per side
In union its 15 per side plus subs in league its 13 a side plus subs
The Lions are the touring rugby side which is made up of players from England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland
15 players per side plus subs