Volunteering 2020 Tokyo Olympics and the 2019 Rugby World Cup

Upcoming Sports Events in Tokyo

Historic games are visiting Japan in the upcoming years! The 2019 Rugby Tournament is coming to Tokyo next summer through autumn to highlight the best of global rugby talent. If you wish to learn more about the opportunities, a link is provided below to contact the Official Supporters Club for the Rugby World Cup. The beloved global Olympic and Paralympic games are coming to Tokyo in the summer of 2020. To join the volunteer efforts, give their volunteer strategy a read to learn how to join Japan's olympic volunteer network. 

Tokyo Olympics 2020
 - The Tokyo 2020 team have released their volunteer strategy which can be found HERE. Please give it a read if interested in joining the Olympic efforts!


Rugby World Cup
 - Statement on their website: 
"Applications for volunteers are not currently accepted. Details on the recruitment of volunteers will be provided on this site and on the official site of Rugby World Cup 2019™, as well as through email newsletters of the Official Supporters Club for Rugby World Cup 2019™, as soon as they are decided."

Contact form HERE



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 Do you have a question relating to the Laws or Regulations of the Game?

 Full details on the Laws and Regulations can be found at www.worldrugby.org  or your National Union will be able to assist you in the first instance.  Should clarification be required, your Union will direct the question to World Rugby.

 Do you have a question relating to international fixtures?

 As fixtures are set they are put into the Fixtures and Results section of www.worldrugby.org.  Alternatively, the Union that is hosting the match will be able to assist with clarification.

 Do you have a question relating to match tickets?

 Ticketing for all international matches, including HSBC Sevens World Series events are issued by the local Rugby Union or Federation.

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 For all Rugby World Cup 2019 hospitality and travel queries - our global partner is Sports Travel & Hospitality Group, who can be contacted at info@sthgroup.uk

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 Do you have a question relating to match Eligibility?

 World Rugby can only discuss eligibility matters with its member Unions and not members of the public. World Rugby Regulation 8 can be found at the following link http://www.worldrugby.org/handbook/regulations/reg-8

If you are still unsure then you should contact your Union who will be able to assist you. If the union are unsure then they can seek a formal ruling form World Rugby.

 Do you have a question regarding education and training courses?

The World Rugby website www.worldrugby.org has a comprehensive section on this area in the areas of training for coaches, officials, trainers and educators, plus a major education resource called Rugby Ready.

 Are you seeking employment or Internship?

 Please refer in the first instance to the jobs section of www.worldrugby.org which is located in 'About World Rugby'. Alternatively, your CV or application can be sent to jobs@worldrugby.org