World Rugby have revealed their World Cup plans up until 2033 with the men’s and women’s tournaments set to follow similar directions.
World Rugby confirms that England, Australia (two) and USA (two) will host the next five Rugby World Cups in the women’s and men’s games.
The hosts of the 2027 and 2031 men’s World Cups and 2025, 2029 and 2033 women’s World Cups will be chosen by vote in Dublin on Thursday.
New Zealand wing and Rugby World Cup winner, Nehe Milner-Skudder, has signed a contract with Major League Rugby side Rugby New York.
Rugby chiefs from around the world will discuss plans to revive the Nations Championship concept when they meet on Tuesday in Dublin.
It’s our round-up of this week’s best social media posts in rugby union.
England and Great Britain Sevens star Tom Mitchell made his Major League Rugby debut for the LA Giltinis over the weekend in the USA.
France have overtaken New Zealand into second position on the World Rugby rankings after their Grand Slam win in this year’s Six Nations.
Loose Pass is here to delve into the major talking points in the sport.
Wallaby legend Matt Giteau has decided not to retire in favour of playing on with the MLR club Los Angeles Giltinis despite being 39.