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Be Part of It

Rugby Union in England is entering a new era of opportunity. With the whole world having been focussed on the Rugby World Cup 2015, we want to take this opportunity to highlight some of the ways that fans, new and old, can be involved with the sport. Whether it be going to your first Aviva Premiership Rugby match or making your first kick, run or pass with a rugby ball.

Aviva First Timers

Never been to an Aviva Premiership Rugby game? Then why not go to a game as a first time fan for free? We are giving fans that haven’t been to a game before the opportunity to goto an Aviva Premiership Rugby fixture with tickets provided by Aviva. Visit the website now to apply for tickets and be in with a chance of seeing a game for free!

To find out more, visit the website.

Premiership Rugby Academy

If your children are keen to learn rugby, why not sign them up to a Premiership Rugby Camp? We have access to all the top players and the very best coaching staff and facilities. Aviva Premiership Rugby has established itself as the best domestic club competition in the world and contains some of the biggest names in world rugby.

Camps are available across the UK and to children of all abilities; each camp is planned by professional coaches. Children will learn all the latest techniques and skills from the cutting edge of the game and will be encouraged to be their best.

To find out more about Premiership Rugby Camps, visit the website

Play

Premiership Rugby’s PLAY campaign aims to support the growth of the game by providing opportunities to participate, develop and excel in rugby. Each year Premiership Rugby is dedicated to creating more than 260,000 opportunities to participate in the sport, helping grow the game and increasing health & wellness through PLAY.

To find out more about this initiative, visit the website

BreakThru

Premiership Rugby’s BREAKTHRU campaign is an innovative and ground-breaking series of programmes that places rugby union at the forefront of sports-based social change, education and training together with healthy lifestyle development in our most deprived and challenging communities.

To read more about this initiative, and how you can get involved with our pioneering programmes, visit the website

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