The brand new way to win incredible rugby prizes, whilst supporting our important work. 

Join the England Rugby Supporters Draw today and you could win a host of amazing prizes each time England plays, including British Airways flights, the chance to watch the team train at Pennyhill Park, signed kit, match tickets and much, much more. 

The next draw takes place during England vs Wales, with proceeds going towards our work helping rugby players in England who sustain catastrophic injuries whilst playing. 

Winners will be announced at half time. Enter from just £5 here.

Money raised from the supporters draw during the 6Nations will go to England Rugby’s primary charity, the Injured Players Foundation (IPF), directly supporting rugby players like Tom who, while playing or training in England at any level and at any age, suffer a catastrophic spinal cord or traumatic brain injury.

The IPF helps players through recovery, rehabilitation and for the rest of their lives. It also funds research programmes to help prevent and manage these rare but devastating injuries.

 

 

Latest News

  • RFU President's 150 Walk

    Rugby Football Union (RFU) President His Honour Jeff Blackett and his wife Sally will walk 150 miles during a 15 day nationwide tour this autumn to raise money for the Injured Players Foundation (IPF) as part of the RFU’s official 150th Anniversary celebrations. 

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  • Jack Smith's GB Wheelchair Rugby Tokyo Gold

    Representing Great Britain at this summer’s rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, RFU Injured Players Foundation client Jack Smith was among the squad of 12 athletes to achieve gold at wheelchair rugby.

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  • Tom sets off to sail the world

    Catastrophically injured playing rugby having just returned as an Army captain from a tour of Afghanistan, Tom Hughes has set off on his accessible catamaran Artemis to sail the world, having planned the trip for six years. 

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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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