RLIF

  • RLIF Granted Observer Status At GAISF

    The umbrella organisation supporting sports governing bodies, the Global Assembly of International Sports Federations GAISF has recognised the RLIF as the governing body of rugby league. The RLIF was been granted “observer status” by the GAISF last week after drawn-out and inexplicable delays to formal recognition. GAISF promotes its members, as well as providing expertise in areas such as anti-doping, integrity and social responsibility. RLIF’s application letter to GAISF president, Patri...

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  • RLIF Changes Residency Requirement To Five Years

    The RLIF board has adopted revised eligibility rules for international rugby league to take effect from 1 October 2016. The rules extend the qualification period for residence to 5 years (previously 3 years) whilst ensuring that players from developing nations with dual eligibility are not prevented from participating in the Rugby League World Cup. RLIF chairman Nigel Wood commented "Following the presentation of an initial review by the RLF CEO and RLIF secretary we have consulted extensively w...

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  • RLIF Set Course For Next Four Year Cycle

    The Rugby League International Federation have announced that England will tour Australia and New Zealand in 2019, a year which will also feature the first RLIF Nines World Cup. The RLIF board met this week to discuss a number of items on the agenda with the following outcomes: The 2021 Rugby League World Cup, which will be hosted by England, will be contested by 16 teams, up from 14 in the 2013 and 2017 editions. Seven teams will qualify from Europe, six from Asia Pacific, two from the Americas...

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  • Nigel Wood Nominated For RLIF Chairman Role

    ... been nominated to succeed Scott Carter, who recently announced his decision to step down from the role. As well as serving as CEO of the RFL since 2007, Wood was also the Tournament Director of the recent World Cup, and has been vice-chairman of the RLIF since May 2012. An RLEF board statement said: "Following a meeting of the Rugby League European Federation Board, the Directors have expressed their thanks to Scott Carter for his work on behalf of the international game. "Consequently, the RLE...

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  • RLIF Sets Ambitious Financial Targets

    The Rugby League International Federation (RLIF) has unveiled its strategic plan for 2018 to 2025 and is aiming to double the global television audience of the sport in the next decade. It has set a target of gaining a presence in two additional G20 countries in order to do so and has also set itself some ambitious financial targets for the forthcoming 10 years as it seeks to generate a turnover of over 10 million Australian Dollars (£4.7m) per year and distribute $8 million (£3.7m) of that. T...

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  • RLIF Reviews International Eligibility

    At the RLIF board meeting held on May 10, it was decided that an immediate review of the international eligibility rules would be conducted. RLIF chairman Nigel Wood commented: "The board received a report from the chief executive concerning the eligibility rules and the RLIF regulations for international football. The board determined that an immediate review of eligibility rules should be conducted by David Collier, the chief executive of the RLIF, and Andrew Hill, the secretary of the RLIF....

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  • Collier Not To Continue At Helm Of RLIF

    ... full advantage of the up-coming Rugby League World Cup and it will continue to grow and embed itself across the globe” “There is still a great deal of work to do before I move on in May and I will be working as hard as possible to ensure that the RLIF can have a seamless transition to the next phase of its development.” “I would like to thank the board and the members for their help and support and I wish them and the sport of rugby league well.” See also... RLIF Appoints Collier As I...

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  • RLIF Reveals 2021 World Cup Bidding Process

    A thorough process to assess and select the hosts for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup has been revealed by the Rugby League International Federation (RLIF) board. Starting later this month, the RLIF board will meet to agree the competition format, structure and qualifying process, with expressions of interest sought by the first quarter of 2015. Invitations to tender will then be sent out and an evaluation committee appointed, with bids submitted during the first quarter of 2016. Assessments by...

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  • Lions Return In RLIF Four-Year Programme

    A combined Great Britain touring side will return in 2019 as part of a new four-year calendar agreed by the RLIF in Sydney this week. The four-year cycle, beginning in 2018, will include a New Zealand tour to Europe and an Emerging Nations championship in 2018, followed by a Lions Tour to the southern hemisphere in 2019, and a Kangaroos Tour to Europe in 2020. The Kangaroos Tour will feature at least three test matches against England and one against France. The final year of the next cycle, 202...

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  • RLIF Appoints Collier As Inaugural CEO

    ... Delhi as well as working at the ECB for a decade and will begin his new role on April 1. He has also had senior executive management experience in the airline and computer systems industries, including responsibility for operations in 103 countries, and RLIF chairman Nigel Wood is pleased with the appointment. “The RLIF is delighted to have appointed a CEO with 30 years' experience of leading a number of the world's leading sports organisations. David has the highest reputation in the world o...

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