Mobile telecommunications giant NTT DOCOMO has been appointed as a tournament supplier for next year's Rugby World Cup in Japan.
The Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium, the only newly-built of the 12 venues that will host the Rugby World Cup in Japan next year, officially opened with its first match yesterday.
Rugby union player Dean Ashfield has been handed a four-year doping by UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) with over half of the organisation’s current sanctions now associated with rugby.
Namibia booked their place at the Japan 2019 Rugby World Cup by beating Kenya to win the Rugby Africa Gold Cup.
Australia and New Zealand have each been shortlisted as potential hosts of the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup.
Former Argentina head coach Daniel Hourcade has been appointed to a high performance role at regional governing body Sudamérica Rugby.
Samoa's Langkilde charged over tunnel incident which left Welsh player with broken bones at Rugby World Cup Sevens
Samoa's Gordon Langkilde has been charged with assaulting two Welsh players after an incident in the tunnel at the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco.
Japan 2019 have announced 38,000 applications have been made for the 10,000 volunteer positions for the Rugby World Cup.
New Zealand became the first nation to win back-to-back Rugby World Cup Sevens titles and also the first to lift the Melrose Cup on three occasions after claiming the men's crown with a 33-12 victory over England at AT&T Park in San Francisco today.
New Zealand became the first team in history to win back-to-back Rugby World Cup Sevens titles after beating France 29-0 in today’s final at AT&T Park in San Francisco.
Hosts United States booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup Sevens men’s tournament with heavyweights Fiji and New Zealand as Australia bowed out of the competition.
The Rugby World Cup Sevens begins in San Francisco tomorrow, featuring knock-out matches from the very beginning for the first time.
World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont congratulated Samoa after the Pacific island nation confirmed their place at next year's Rugby World Cup in Japan.
South Africa won the men's title at the World University Rugby Sevens Championship in Swakopmund in Namibia as the women's crown went to France.
International University Sport Federation (FISU) vice-president Marian Dymalski said he was happy to be involved with the World University Rugby Sevens Championship which has opened in Swakopmund in Namibia.