Covid-19

Rugby League fans across the globe are experiencing unprecedented times. Currently, there is no live sport. However, there are lots of resources being made available to keep you active and engaged with the sport at home. Below you can find some of the latest schemes that will help to keep you happy and healthy. Please share your experiences with the club!

#STAYINWORKOUT WITH RUGBY LEAGUE

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As part of Sport England’s wider campaign to keep everyone active during this time, the RFL have created a number of different initiatives to ensure everyone can keep mentally and physically healthy with Rugby League.

#SkillToPlay – an initiative for youngsters and their families to hone their Rugby League skills and try to emulate their heroes.

#FitToPlay – an initiative for older children, secondary school pupils as well as higher education students, to keep improving their game over this downtime.

#ActiveAtHome – developed in partnership with Community Integrated Care and the Leeds Rhinos Foundation, this scheme is designed for anyone to be able to enjoy, and keep active, regardless of their mobility or fitness.

Be sure to keep an eye on all of the RFL social channels for the latest resources and challenges, or check out the Sport England website for more activities for you and your family.

#RUGBYLEAGUEUNITED

Rugby League is coming together like never before to preserve and enhance the mental and physical fitness of players, coaches, fans, match officials and administrators alike during the Coronavirus pandemic. 

The sport is proud to announce the launch of Rugby League United, a campaign led by the independent charity, Rugby League Cares in association with the RFL, Super League (Europe) and RLWC2021. 

Rugby League United is a response to requests from Government, the NHS and Sport England for sport to take the lead in keeping people mentally as well as physically fit during these challenging times. 

Sessions will be delivered through the easily accessible Zoom platform: links will be shared across the sport’s social media channels.  

Rugby League United will also feature short videos filmed by current and former players which focus on how they are looking after their own mental fitness, alongside hints and tips on how you can look after loved ones, family members, close friends, and work colleagues. 

For more information and help on managing your mental fitness, please visit the RL Cares, RFL, Super League and RLWC2021 websites, or follow @Offload_RL on Twitter.

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