Rugby Union

The Rugby Football Union is the national governing body for grassroots and elite rugby in England, with 2,000 autonomous rugby clubs in its membership.

The RFU employs approximately 500 paid staff and helps to train and support more than 60,000 volunteers whose roles include:

  • Organising rugby activity, including the playing, coaching and refereeing of matches and recreational rugby at all levels
  • Supporting the volunteer workforce
  • Working with clubs to secure grants and loans for facilities
  • Fundraising, handling money and insurance
  • Offering medical advice and support
  • Committee member/trustee

For Coach Development courses specific to this sport please: click here

  • Andrew Soutar: Community Rugby Director

    t: 020 8831 7850 m: 07764 960410 e: w:
    Rugby House, Rugby Road, Twickenham TW1 1DS

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