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At any given time, there are a total of 15 rugby players per team on the field. 8 serve as front players and the other 7 serve as back. On the sidelines, there are other players that wait to be called in to the game in case of emergency or for specific plays. All in all, rugby teams are usually made up of about 25 people.

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