The RFU plays an active role in helping new or lapsed players to find a club, the club finder application will help to locate nearby clubs - but that’s just the start of the story.
Rugby clubs are undoubtedly becoming more proficient at improving the provision for their members as we move through an era where leisure time is more precious and therefore people expect high quality experiences. By covering all aspects of club development, this section aims to simplify the process of making your club accessible and successful.
You can find information on topics ranging from developing the referees and volunteers in your club to managing club accounts, and from facilities advice to establishing a mini and youth section, plus much more as club administrators embark on a season in which people and places are the keys to rugby club development.
Club Management Reference Guide
The RFU has developed a guide to assist clubs in identifying the legal, regulatory, tax and other statutory requirements of which clubs need to be aware in order to ensure good governance and financial management.
The purpose of this is to act as a checklist that will point clubs in the right direction of these key issues upon which they need to focus. This in turn will enable clubs to better identify areas where they need to take action and to seek further information and advice where necessary.