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RFU Coronavirus advice & support

June 23 2020

The RFU has developed a range of resources and information to help support clubs affected by the Coronavirus.  




The RFU has announced a national roadmap to support a return to community rugby activity. This roadmap consists of six stages, Stage A relating to individual training with one other person, moving through to Stage F when there can be a return to competitive matches against other teams. We are currently at Stage B following the government’s announcement of 28 May.

roadmap infographic  and more detailed guidance has been produced to clarify the six stages of the roadmap.

The return to rugby roadmap is also available to download as a pdf.

Return to Play Infographic

Covid-19 Coaching Risk Assessment Template


The RFU is hosting a series of support webinars so that volunteers can gain access to information that could help their clubs.

The England Rugby Club Hub is an online group buying platform designed as a one stop shop for rugby related products for the rugby community to access at competitive rates. The Hub now has a dedicated area for Rugby Restart where clubs can access the products they may need to aid with the reopening of their facility.


Applications for the first round of the RFU Covid 19 response loans closed on 30 April 2020.

Keep checking the website or the RFU Community Game Update for information and announcements about future loan application windows.


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