World Rugby has appointed Charlotte Samuelson as its Chief Operating Officer as the federation continues its business transformation to support an ambitious strategic plan.
We take a look back at the headline news from the rankings in 2021.
Opened in 2009 in a working-class neighbourhood of Dakar, Senegal, the House of Rugby welcomes children, most of whom are vulnerable, to give them a new lease of life through health, nutrition, schooling and integration, with rugby as the backdrop.
As 2021 draws to a close, we look at the numbers behind another enthralling year of men’s international rugby.
We spoke to the World Rugby Women’s Executive Leadership Scholarship recipient following the World Rugby Medical Commission Conference in London.
Innovation lies at the heart of World Rugby’s ongoing commitment to attracting new audiences to rugby globally while deepening connections with existing fans.
Welfare and accessibility are at the heart of Game On Global, a groundbreaking programme of optional community law variations launched by World Rugby and national member unions today.
Following the cancellation of the Barbarian men’s side’s match against Samoa, the invitational club’s women put on a show in front of 29,581 fans at Twickenham.
World Rugby has announced that it will increase the pace of women’s rugby development through the second phase of its 2017-25 strategic plan.