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Rugby Netherlands, IGR and Amsterdam Lowlanders Co-Sign New MoU


2016-09-13 GMT: ARC Amsterdam Lowlanders, the only gay and straight friendly rugby team in the Netherlands, has co-signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Rugby Netherlands and International Gay Rugby (IGR) to promote inclusion of LGBT members in the rugby community and fight their discrimination. This MoU creates a framework for cooperation between the parties to continue the promotion of equality and inclusiveness in the game with educational tools, events and other regional activities aimed at improving tolerance and acceptance in Dutch rugby of LGBT players, coaches, referees and spectator.




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Bingham Cup 2018 Bid Book Documents Released


2016-08-29 GMT:
International Gay Rugby has the honour of announcing the release of the Bingham Cup 2018 bid book documents. Following a short delay to ensure all four bids have the best possible chance of success, the documents from Amsterdam, Edinburgh, London and Toronto are now available.

Bid documents and revised timeline...


Melbourne Chargers win the Bingham Cup 2016


2016-05-29 GMT:
The Melbourne Chargers have become world champions of gay and inclusive rugby by beating the Sydney Convicts 20-7 to claim the Bingham Cup 2016 in the soaring temperatures of Nashville's Ted Rhodes Recreation Grounds this afternoon.

The Chargers beat three times Bingham Cup champions Sydney Convicts in a convincing win, adding their name to the trophy for the first time in the tournament's 14 year history.



Belgian Rugby – Proud to be Inclusive


2016-05-13 GMT: The Belgian Rugby Federation (FBRB) has today become the first federation in Europe to sign an anti-homophobia agreement with International Gay Rugby and Straffe Ketten RFC, Belgium's only inclusive rugby team.





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World Rugby and the International Gay Rugby (IGR) have signed an historic agreement to collaborate on the continued promotion of equality and inclusivity in rugby. Read more...


IGR offers a range of membership options to maximise your ability to participate in the game of rugby, whether as part of a brand new club or as an individual seeking to become part of the world's LGBT inclusive rugby community.


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whose registered office is at 71 Holland Road, West Ham, London, England E15 3BP, United Kingdom.



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