We provide immediate and lifelong support for rugby players who, while playing rugby at any level in England, sustain a catastrophic spinal cord injury or a traumatic brain injury that has resulted in significant disability.

We will support in any way that is possible and necessary, either financially, by supporting family, friends and club or by providing professional recommendations and advice on other methods of support outside our charity.

If you are, or a relative is, an injured player and you feel you need some financial support please see our Apply for Support page or for more information please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For more support please see our Useful Links page or if you have any more questions please get in touch with us on: 020 8831 7693.

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Latest News

  • Budge Rogers book signing to support the IPF

    To launch his biography, one of rugby’s most iconic players, Budge Rogers OBE, will be holding a book signing at Twickenham Stadium before the New Zealand v Barbarians match, with £1 from every copy sold donated to the IPF by Pitch Publishing.

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  • Host your own Curry-Me-Home night this season!

    Everyone loves a curry, especially accompanied by a pint, so why not get together with club mates, friends and family over a curry and raise money for a great cause in a fun way!

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  • How to support the IPF this season

    When you support the IPF with your club or by taking on a challenge, you make a huge difference to the lives of injured rugby players across England. Find out how you can make a difference to the rugby family this season!

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Real Stories

  • KJ's Story

    "There wasn’t a single day that the IPF and the club weren’t there for me. It has made me appreciate rugby even more.”

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  • Jamie's Story

    “Life is not the same as it was but a million times better than it could have been."

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  • Jack's Story

    "The most important thing has been the personal approach, the IPF became our extended family.”

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