Access Sport and the Rugby Football League (RFL) launched a new disability inclusion offer for grassroots rugby clubs - Tryz RL.

Logo of Tryz Rugby League By Access Sport in Partnership with the Rugby Football League

Our mission is to support all rugby league clubs to be disability inclusive and to change the sport of rugby league for good so that disabled children and young people have the opportunity to play the sport they love in a fun, inclusive and accessible environment.

We are delighted to be launching the first Tryz RL sessions at Bristol All Golds and Swinton Lions in summer 2023 and we will be working with new clubs to start more sessions every month. If you would like to get involved as a player, parent, volunteer, coach, or as a club overall, please complete the Expression of Interest Form and we will be in touch.

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We are supporting community rugby league clubs to establish and launch their own Tryz RL activities, providing them with the tools and resources they need to become truly inclusive of disabled children and young people.

We provide access to funding, upskill coaches and volunteers through our Disability Inclusion Training and connect our clubs with other specialists across the country to share knowledge and experience across our Inclusive Club Network. 

What is it? 
Tryz RL is a fun, friendly, disability inclusive rugby league offer for children and young people, based on Touch and Tag rugby principles. It is run by Access Sport in partnership with the RFL, and will be delivered by community clubs up and down the country.

Who is it for? 
Tryz RL is for everyone. It is designed to be inclusive of all disabled children and young people aged 5 - 25, as well as those with long-term health conditions. Parents, carers, and siblings are encouraged to join in the fun!

How does it work? 
Our vision is to work with the rugby league community to train, equip, and support clubs to be more actively inclusive, growing the number of Tryz RL sessions, improving wellbeing, and increasing access and opportunities for disabled young people to play rugby league.