• Most rugby chairs are made out of aluminum metal or titanium. Each chair includes a set of anti-tip wheels. This comes in two different design options; fifth wheel or a sixth wheel set up. Also, the wheels are secured at an angle (camber) for greater stability and maneuverability.
• Offensive chairs, used by a higher point class, have a ram rod made of aluminum metal located in the front of the chair. In addition, most offensive chairs will have aluminum metal or “wings” from the end of the ram rod that extends to the front of the wheel.
• Defensive chairs, used by lower point class, have a picking guard or hook on the front of the chair. This allows them to pick the opposing player.
• Basic measurements state that the chair should not exceed 116 cm. in length when measuring from the back of the wheel to the front-most part of the chair. No part of the width of the chair may extend beyond the push rim.
The game is played with a white ball, similar to a volleyball. Four cones, pylons, or markers are used to mark the goal lines. A game clock is also required.