Fri 6th November 15 :

Sign up for free tickets to Rugby Expo for all schools, universities and community clubs


Rugby Expo is the largest business-to-business event for grass roots community clubs annually hosting more than 350 individuals from clubs, schools and universities for a full day of debate, discussion, updates and meetings with the key stakeholders in the game. With record numbers predicted for this year's event be sure to sign up now.

Day two of Rugby Expo has for the first time been moved to a Friday (27th November) in an effort to make the event more accessible for attendees from schools, universities and community clubs. By clicking here all schools, universities and community clubs across the country irrespective of their level of competition and how many teams they have are entitled to up to four FREE passes.

Please note that these passes are reserved for senior positions and key decision makers at the institutions, to include PE teachers, heads of sport, coaches, bursars, board members, team/club managers, secretaries, treasurers etc.

If you want to support the development of your school, university or club's rugby programme we want you to attend so click here to register.

By attending day two of Rugby Expo 2015 delegates from schools, universities and community clubs can:

  • Listen, learn, debate and discuss the latest developments affecting the community game and THEIR CLUB.
  • Attend a series of RFU led workshops, main stage plenary sessions and interactive demonstrations of the latest products that can help the development of THEIR CLUB.
  • Share best practice example from both rugby union and league clubs at grass root levels.
  • Visit the rugby focussed exhibitors for more information and demonstrations on the latest products and services that can benefit THEIR CLUB including Rhino Rugby, O'Neills, Abacus Lighting, Duralock and Rijo 42 amongst dozens more.

 Exhibitors such as Rhino Rugby, O'Neills, Pitchero, Abacus Lighting amongst others, with their businesses invested in helping community clubs and the growth of the sport, will offer further opportunities for delegates attending to benefit and grow the sport at their schools, universities or clubs.