We continue our countdown to Rugby World Cup 2023 with Samoa the latest nation under the spotlight for their RWC story.
There are now just seven outstanding qualification places to be filled at Rugby World Cup 2023 after Samoa confirmed their place at the tournament.
We highlight the main movers and shakers in the World Rugby Men’s Rankings as Los Pumas achieve a rare away win in Wales.
Manu Samoa will take their place in Pool D at France 2023 having secured a 79-28 aggregate win against Tonga in Hamilton on Saturday.
In this week's episode of World Rugby’s YouTube show, the former England backs look ahead to the British and Irish Lions’ tour match against South Africa A, while Ugo’s sporting knowledge is put to the test.
An open letter to the global rugby family by World Rugby Chairman Sir Bill Beaumont setting out the sport's unwavering commitment to cement rugby as the most progressive sport on player welfare.
A dedicated focus on welfare for former players, women and the community game are at the heart of a new six-point plan to advance player welfare in rugby, announced by World Rugby and national unions today.
World Rugby has announced welfare-focused initiatives within a package of law amendments that will be trialled globally in competitions that start after 1 August, 2021, reflecting the sport’s ongoing commitment to injury reduction at all levels.
World Rugby has announced details of a major programme that will further independent care of elite players returning to play following a confirmed concussion.
Kenya, Ivory Coast, Namibia and Senegal stay in the Rugby World Cup 2023 qualification race, while elsewhere Portugal, Chile and Samoa take positive steps towards reaching France.