Rugby Expo is returning to the Ricoh Arena on Wednesday 18 April 2018, bringing together the event's biggest ever attendance from the professional game with community club representatives to discuss and debate the issues at the heart of club rugby.

The one-day event will combine a packed exhibition floor showcasing the latest products and services, a hard-hitting conference programme featuring interactive coaching sessions plus 12+ hours of networking and new business opportunities for anyone involved in the sport.

Find out more about the event's media partners:

Teamer is a multi-award-winning web and mobile platform for taking the hassle out of sport team, club and league organisation and management. With a simple suite of web and mobile applications, Teamer makes it easy to organise team events, track participation, manage attendance, collect payments, set up a free club website, take player registrations and organise a league or tournament website. Integrated messaging ensures all league, club and team members, parents and players stay connected and informed at all times. Teamer is changing the way grassroots sport is organised and managed. It is quickly becoming a global leader in the delivery of technology solutions for sports teams.

Running Rugby is the home of rugby business news. From sponsorship deals to job news and financial developments to stadium developments, all of the behind the scenes action in rugby union and league is covered. Established as a magazine in 1998, Running Rugby is now an online resource for business decision-makers in both codes of rugby in the UK and Ireland offering new in-depth features, news and videos every week.

For 10 years Rugby Coach Weeklyhas supported grass roots coaches to be the best, with tried and tested rugby drills, practice plans and advice from the touchline, and they are still at the cutting edge of rugby coaching, drawing on the latest techniques and wealth of experience. Rugby Coach Weekly provides a rugby coaching resource informed by hands-on experience and understanding of what it takes to be an effective grass roots coach and team manager. They are passionate about improving the quality of coaching and giving coaches the resources they need at every age group and all levels.

Talking Rugby Union is an independent rugby union website that brings you all the news, views and opinions from elite level down to the grass roots of rugby. They heavily feature areas of the game which they feel could do with some of the spotlight i.e. University rugby, emerging talent and national league rugby.

Rugby Club Magazine is committed to providing the rugby world with a platform from which to share ideas, best practice and information with content provided by many leading figures within the industry. A major part of what they do is providing grass roots sports clubs with a chance to highlight the work they are carrying out with a focus on community involvement, youth development, sound financial planning and sporting success. The crucial role that these establishments play in the industry cannot be overstated and they regularly provide stories of astounding commitment, dedication and integrity.

Predominantly focussed on the business of rugby, Rugby247 also provides opportunities for grass roots clubs to share news and best practice, with the combined platforms of Rugby Expo and Rugby247 supporting programmes and key initiatives focused on the development of sport. Global in its perspective, Rugby247 includes contributions from all established – and a number of developing – rugby territories, as it becomes the platform for the business and development worlds of the sport.

To discuss sponsorship or exhibitor opportunities or to find out more about attending Rugby Expo 2018 as a delegate, contact Jenny Forbes, Head of Business Development, on +44 (0) 843 289 0583 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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