Rugby World Cup 2019
The official app of Rugby World Cup 2019. Keep up-to-date with the excitement and build up to the event, hosted in Japan from
20 September – 2 November, 2019.
- Pre-tournament news coverage
- Video archive of RWC Greatest Moments
- Schedule and fixtures
- Ticket information
- International Trophy Tour
- Fun and games for worldwide fans
- Personalise your experience to receive notifications for your favourite team
HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2019
The official app of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2019. Keep up-to-date with the men's and women's series.
- Follow the season round-by-round with up-to-the minute news coverage
- Watch video highlights from every match of every stage
- Follow the action as-it-happens with our live blog and live score updates
- Personalise your experience to receive match notifications for your favourite team
- Live video streaming available in certain territories
- Get the round and season standings
World Rugby Concussion Management
Welcome to the World Rugby Concussion Management for the General Public online resource.
World Rugby takes player welfare very seriously and played a central role in the development of the 2008 and 2012 Zurich Consensus Statements on Concussion in Sport on which the World Rugby Concussion Guidance for the General Public, and therefore this learning resource, are based.
This resource is designed for anyone involved in rugby - players, coaches, parents, teachers, match officials, spectators, and anyone else with a role or interest in the game.
It is designed to ensure that players who suffer concussion are managed effectively to protect their long-term health and welfare.
World Rugby Handbook
Welcome to the World Rugby Handbook, is available in the three World Rugby official languages: English, French and Spanish.
The World Rugby Handbook incorporates information on the World Rugby, the World Rugby Bye-Laws, Regulations relating to the game, the general Regulations and the World Rugby Tours Agreement.
The World Rugby Regulations Relating to the Game govern the game and include the Anti-doping and Disciplinary Regulations (together with the various relevant Forms) as well as provisions and relating to players' clothing and standards relating to artificial rugby turf.
Get Into Rugby
This app supports World Rugby's Get Into Rugby mass-participation initiative. It allows registered users to access technical information and game plans at pitchside through a mobile device, thereby giving you an easy, mobile way to keep all you need for Get Into Rugby sessions with you all the time.
Languages supported within this app are English, French, South American Spanish, Japanese and Brazilian Portuguese.
Please note to access this app you will require a passcode from a national union which is actively involved in running the Get Into Rugby programme.
If you are a union and have not yet registered to be involved in the programme, please contact your relevant World Rugby regional staff member.
If you represent a club or school which is not involved in the programme, please contact your national union.
World Rugby Laws of Rugby
The World Rugby Laws of the Game App is also available in Spanish and French.
Welcome to the World Rugby Laws of the Game App. With this App you can watch video examples to build your understanding of how the World Rugby Laws of the Game are applied on the field of play. With over 200 streaming videos, this application includes information on Laws 1 -21 of the World Rugby Laws of the Game, as well as the Variations. Additionally, all referee signals are detailed in words, pictures and video.
This app is a must-have for all coaches, referees, players and rugby enthusiasts.
The application is maintained by and/or on behalf of the World Rugby as a service to users of the application and use of the application shall be subject to such guidelines, rules and the Terms and Conditions of Use applicable to such services that may be posted on the application from time to time and/or otherwise notified by World Rugby from time to time.