No. Rugby is refered to as Rugby or Rugby Football. The latter being the name of the game in its earliest years when the Rugby game was derived from football (soccer)
The Christchurch Rugby Football Club founded in 1863.
Football (soccer) and rugby were until the very late 1800's the same game. When the Football league was created rugby lovers took their game and created the Rugby union. American football is derived from Rugby ,Australian rules football
The Sydney University Football Club.
Most definitely rugby.
Football was originated from rugby. It is a fun game for everyone to play.
A Steeden football is used in Rugby League; a Gilbert football is used in Rugby Union and a Sherrin football is used in Australian Rules Football (AFL).The Steeden football and Gilbert football are almost identical, such that goalkickers from the two rugby codes have had kick offs from different positions on the field, with League winning each time.AFL is the oldest codified and registered game in the world. The Sherrin football is marginally different because AFL is a kicking game with players required to bounce the oval football when running like in basketball, and they "fly" for a mark like in Union but they are usually on their own.
There appears to be no Greek dictionary word for Rugby - In the Greek rugby football site the game is called Rugby.