Organising a rugby tour overseas needs time, patience and organization skills. Going on tour is a fantastic way to discover a new country, a new culture, to build team spirit, morale and identity. Tours are a long-standing tradition of rugby in many countries and the best tours are usually the result of good planning and organization.
All clubs or schools, for going on tour overseas, you will need permission from your home rugby union that is usually called the “Outgoing Tour Application form” or “Permission to tour overseas“. The Form can be obtained directly from your home rugby union and once it’s filled and completed, your club will have to get the approval of the host Rugby Union in the country you want to visit (FFR in France).
Be aware that you may need your own insurance to protect yourselves while being on tour in France and in other European countries.
How to organize a rugby tour to France? Dealing with us, you don’t need to worry about the french forms or approval permissions as we do it for you. In general, permission has to be given at least one month prior to the period you travel.
Tour Planning, Research, Tour itinerary, Personnel administration are some of the tacks you will have to deal with. If you want to get more details, please get in touch with us
For more details about these questions, the RFU (and all other rugby unions in Europe) has provided a special website http://www.englandrugby.com/governa…
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