The Haka is the traditional Maori war dance performed by New Zealand teams at the beginning of a match.
A rugby team is divided into forwards and backs. Forwards are usually the larger, stronger players on the team, while the backs are often smaller, faster and more agile.
The match starts with a kick-off and the receiving team collects the ball and generally tries to move the ball downfield to score.
A Scrum is when the forwards on each side bind together to compete for possession, while a lineout is when the forwards lift one another in the air to compete for the ball as it is thrown in from the side line.