NSWRL Community is focused on making a difference through charity partners, affiliated community organisations and Rugby League programs.
With the community at the centre of everything NSWRL does, we are intent on ensuring Rugby League is played by as many people – men, women, children, able-bodied and those with disabilities – while also supporting those who need it most.
From supporting grassroots Rugby League to intensifying the link with the Indigenous programs there is no limit to the positive social outcomes that can be achieved by NSWRL and its people.
The NSWRL also provides significant financial support to many affiliates including Brad Fittler’s Hogs for the Homeless tour which boosts footballs profile in country areas while raising funds and awareness for Father Chris Riley’s Youth off the Streets.
By getting everyone within the state involved and supporting those in need, NSWRL continues to a proud representative of Rugby League in the NSW community.
Find out where Brad Fittler and the team are riding through over the next 11 days
Hear Brad Fittler and the team speak about fantastic cause just before they rode off this morning
The NSWRL expects growing registration numbers to reflect significant changes to Junior League game models
Gavin Badger showcased the new referees jersey which has the NSWRL's positive message imprinted
Currently competing in the NSW Tertiary Rugby League, Sydney University are aiming for a return to Rugby League's highest tiers
The 2017 Hogs For The Homeless tour is set to be the biggest yet, with NSW True Blues set to re-turf a Rugby League pitch in Walgett
The NSW Tertiary Rugby League, currently consisting of seven teams, is looking towards future expansion, which includes an inaugural Nines tournament in March
The NSWRL has outlined all changes for junior league age groups, as well as existing rules for 2017
Now in its fifth year, the Hogs For The Homeless tour will once again hit regional NSW, led by NSW True Blue Brad Fittler
Women's Rugby League faces another year of significant group, with more teams and competitions than ever before