Zero Tolerance for Homophobia
You don’t have to be gay to play inclusive rugby but, regardless of sexuality or gender, we ask that you respect inclusive values, your team mates and opponents.
Inclusive Rugby Thrives on Difference
We’d encourage everyone to give rugby a try regardless of gender or sexuality.
IGR clubs in England are supported by The RFU and we operate to strict guidelines to help reduce the chance of injury.
Listen below to what some players think about being members of gay & inclusive rugby clubs.
Get involved with these new clubs.
Following successful visits to Sheffield and Chester Prides, we’ve set up two new clubs for people who want to give rugby a try.
Click their logos below and join them on Facebook.
You can also email them at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
We ask the RFU to provide a talented coach to help kickstart the training sessions and get the ball rolling on the new club
All Rugby Abilities
You will never be thrown in at the deep end so don’t worry if you’ve never even picked up a rugby ball before. We’ll make sure you play to your ability so you can enjoy giving rugby a try.