World Rugby believes that the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan will be "game-changing" after organisers completed their final set of tournament review meetings of the year.
New Zealand will be looking to get their second consecutive World Rugby Seven Series victory in Cape Town after winning the season opener in Dubai last weekend.
Canadian Marissa Pace has been appointed as the head of a newly-formed marketing department at World Rugby.
World Rugby has announced the appointment of Ernst and Young (EY) as official professional services supplier of the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.
New Zealand defeated the United States 21-5 in the final of the first World Rugby Men's Sevens Series event of the season in Dubai.
New Zealand defeated Canada in the final of the second stage of the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series in Dubai to win their fifth consecutive title from the competition.
New Zealand won all three of their games on the opening day of the second stage of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series to stay on track for their fifth successive title from the competition.
The second stage of this season's HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens World Series is due to begin in Dubai tomorrow, with Olympic champions Australia looking to bounce back from a fifth-place finish last time out in Colorado.
More than 4.5 million applications have been made for tickets for the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan since ballots started in January 2018, it has been revealed.
The newly-formed International Rugby Players' Council met here to discuss the major issues facing the game.
Ireland won three major accolades at the World Rugby Awards here to top off the most successful year in their history.
New Zealand's Beauden Barrett will become the first player to win the Men's Player of the Year award for three consecutive years if he is successful at the World Rugby Awards here tomorrow.
Canada claimed the final spot at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan after winning the repechage tournament in Marseille.
Fiji and Samoa have joined an expanded World Rugby Council, it has been announced following its latest meeting in Dublin.
New Zealand will host the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021, the first event will have been held in the Southern Hemisphere, it was announced today.