A comprehensive guide to the leading Rugby League governing bodies and associations, who regulate and promote the game around the world.
The official NRL site for news, views and updates on the Australian Rugby League. The site also provides access to live scores and stats, player profiles and a fans room for downloads and email. The National Rugby League competition maybe the senior level for the game in Australia, however it is not the only competition played throughout the nation. View Site »
The Rugby League Supporters Association is a UK based non-profit making organisation which aims to speak up for the views of Rugby League supporters and anyone else who loves Rugby League. This site is run by the fans for the fans. The site has a complete online section covering Super League Results, Fixtures, Players, and Stats. View Site »
The Student Rugby League Alumni is your way as a graduate and undergraduate to keep in touch with RL & SRL developments. They can help with a whole range of issues and even help you find work. The Alumni is League's very own old-boy network and you can take advantage of it. To do so, complete the application form online. View Site »
The aim of the Association is to promote Rugby League refereeing through the development and implementation of uniform national policy. This official web site has all the information regarding the directors, history, structure, objects and rules, policy, notice board, and the annual general meeting (AGM). View Site »
The new official website of the Rugby Football League. The site offers a new look, faster service and a diverse range of features and information, including ticket booking and an exclusive range of Official Rugby League Merchandise. The site will publish all press releases issued by the RFL, with the results and fixtures updated on Monday morning. View Site »
The official site of the British Amateur Rugby League Association. Here you will find information on BARLA news, how to find a club, league & district contacts, Coach Education, and the Match Officials Development programme. The Association was formed in Huddersfield in 1973, and has become one of the sporting success stories of modern times. View Site »