World Rugby is looking to create new emerging nations competitions by 2022, "unify" the men's international 15s and sevens calendars and launch a plan to "accelerate" diversity and inclusion across all levels of the game.
The Women’s Six Nations fixture between Ireland and France is in doubt because of quarantine restrictions which are set to be introduced between the two countries.
Rugby Africa has strengthened its support for gender equality by launching the Women’s Rugby Advisory Committee (WRAC).
Massimo Cuttitta, the former Italy rugby union captain, has died from COVID-19 complications at the age of 54.
Sport's role in pandemic recovery in focus as International Day of Sport for Development and Peace marked
The International Judo Federation (IJF), International Skating Union (ISU) and World Rugby are among the International Federations to have marked International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP).
World Rugby has announced it will provide a package of financial and administrative support to help facilitate two Pacific Islands teams to join Super Rugby from 2022.
World Rugby Player Welfare and Laws Symposium underway and Schmidt to lead talk on head-contact laws
The three-day World Rugby Player Welfare and Laws Symposium is underway and set to consider further action which could be taken to prevent injuries and advance player safety.
Organisers of the 2023 Rugby World Cup have underlined plans to sell a record 2.6 million tickets for the event after the first tranche went on sale.
The Six Nations match between France and Scotland in Paris has been rescheduled for March 26 after it was postponed due to an outbreak of COVID-19 within the host team's camp.
Alan Gilpin has been appointed World Rugby chief executive on a permanent basis, the governing body has announced.
World Rugby interim chief executive Alan Gilpin has described the launched of WXV - a new women’s international competition - as a "landmark" moment for the sport and believes it will be the "catalyst" to growing the women’s game.
World Rugby has today confirmed the postponement of the Rugby World Cup 2021 by 12 months.
England rugby sevens star Heather Fisher has revealed she has previously been kicked out of women's toilets because people think she is male.
The World Rugby Sevens Series is set to be made up of four men's and five women's legs for the 2021 edition, which has been affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
World Rugby has recommended the postponement of the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup in New Zealand until next year, with a decision expected to be made at its Executive Committee meeting on March 8 and 9.