Hull  18-12  Hull KR

Rhinos  15:00  Giants

Wolves  15:00  Red Devils

Warriors  15:00  Saints

Vikings  15:00  Centurions

Raiders  15:00  Wolfpack

Halifax  15:00  Bulls

Lions  15:00  Hornets

Rovers  18:00  Knights

Eagles  18:00  Toulouse

Rams  19:00  Bulldogs

Crusaders  14:30   Raiders RL

Bears  15:00  Skolars

Cougars  15:00  Doncaster

Oldham  15:00  Hunslet

Town  15:00  Whitehaven


As RL expands more countries are looking for visiting teams from the UK

Touring events can prove to be great cultural experiences and as well as making lasting contacts and friendships, going on tour will also help support the development of the game in the host country.

Touring countries and overseas associations looking for regular touring sides include: France, Ireland, Jamaica, Lebanon, Russia, Scotland, Serbia, South Africa, Ukraine, Wales, Canada Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Malta, Norway, Belgium, Demark, Germany, Ghana, Hungary, Morocco, Netherlands, Nigeria, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Trinidad & Tobago, United Arab Emirates.

It is important to carefully consider the aim of your tour. Will it be for development, as an opportunity to try new things in a different environment, or solely for fun and relaxation?

You must also consider the most appropriate timing for your tour and the destination, always keeping your overall aim in mind.

When planning a tour approval must be obtained in advance. If you’re planning a tour for children, it is essential that you read our Touring with Children Guide and the RFL Safeguarding Policy.

Applying for permission to tour overseas (Clubs)

  1. Download the Overseas Tour Application Form HERE.
  2. Fully complete this form. You will need to obtain approval from the Overseas NGB you are visiting. 
  3. Submit the form to the RFL
  4. Clubs that are affiliated to the RFL be insured by the RFL’s insurance policies for playing rugby while on tour, providing RFL approval has been granted and your policy is up to date. Please note that this insurance does not cover temporary injury, loss of earnings, medical and legal expenses or any other type of injury not mentioned in the policy. 

Applying for permission to tour overseas (Organisations)

All organisations and members of organisations who intend to arrange an international match or international exchange must complete and return Overseas Tour Application Form to no less than six months prior to the intended tour date.

The Community Board International Group are responsible for agreeing and sanctioning all Tours. 

  • English Lions
  • English Lions Youth
  • Lionhearts
  • University & College RL
  • GB Police
  • GB Teachers
  • GB Armed Forces
  • Royal Navy
  • Royal Air Force
  • The Army
  • England Women
  • England Wheelchair
  • BARLA Rep Teams



For more information, contact the RFL Community Game Competition Delivery Team by e-mail