The Community Board is to assist the management structure of the RFL
The role of the Community Board is to assist in the organisation and management structure of the RFL, and to bring together all areas of the British Rugby League community, grassroots and amateur game under the governance of the RFL.
The Community Board is made up of representatives of the various sectors of the community game being BARLA; Combined Services Rugby League; Education rugby league settings; Higher Education rugby league settings; Tier Four Leagues; Tier Five and Tier Six Adult Leagues; Tier Five Youth and Junior Leagues and Foundations. The RFL nominates one Director to act as Chair, a person to represent Active Participants and 2 other Independent representatives. The current Chair is Sandy Lindsay (who assumed the Chair in September 2020).
Community Game Updates
The RFL will publish a mid year and end of year Community Game Update which provides an update on all activities undertaken by the Development and Community Game Delivery Teams which contribute to the RFL’s Community Strategy and Vision 2022-2030. In addition, this will also include an update on relevant Talent programmes and work undertaken by the Match Officials Department.