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.
The latest results from the inaugural NSW Challenge Cup
The NSWRL is seeking staff applications for the Tertiary Rugby League representative teams: City and Country
In 2017, the NSWRL will host a seven-week, Sydney-wide weight and age Rugby League competition in under-9s, under-11s and under-13s age groups
Wheelchair Rugby League Australia Incorporated is seeking a media volunteer, with a trip to the 2017 Wheelchair Rugby League World Cup in France on offer
The 2017 NSWRL senior women's and Junior Rugby League competitions are set to commence in April
All Saints Liverpool and the Campbelltown Collegians will host Junior Rugby League M8s competitions throughout March and April. See the details
The three-time premiership winner with Canterbury joined the NRL in a bid to stamp out homophobia in Rugby League
NSW True Blue Ian Roberts has been welcomed back to Rugby League as the game moves towards greater LGBTQI inclusion
After the success of 2016, the NSWRL is set to implement a developed 'Respect' campaign again this season
More than 100 children have participated in a Canberra-run M8s program, with under-10s, under-11s and under-12s involved