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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.
The World Rugby Council has approved an amendment to the sport’s regulations governing national team representation that will now permit an international player to transfer once from one union to another subject to demonstrating a close and credible link to that union via birthright.
The World Rugby Council has approved revisions to the Rugby World Cup host selection process, awarding exclusive Preferred Candidate status to England for Rugby World Cup 2025 and Australia for Rugby World Cup 2027 while confirming USA will enter into exclusive targeted dialogue for Rugby World Cup 2031 within a model that focuses on building meaningful partnerships between World Rugby and potential host countries.
We catch up with Poland men’s coach Christian Hitt for his view on what’s next for his team.
World Rugby, national unions and International Rugby Players are launching the Brain Health Initiative today, a global education campaign to increase understanding of the importance of brain health within the rugby family.
Following the announcement of the World Rugby Awards 2021 nominations, several of those selected took to social media to share their pride and urge fans to vote.
England extend their lead at the top and Ireland, Zambia and Czechia all win to improve their positions.