Currently 100% of Australia’s full time professional players are members.
"To collectively develop and promote the best possible professional standards and conditions for its members, and the growth of rugby."
The RUPA Board
Thanking our sponsors and partners.
Engaging the players off the field and giving back to the community.
The staff members.
RUPA has four distinct categories of membership: Super Rugby Member, Academy Member, Sevens Member and Past Player Member.
A new raft of benefits will be unveiled in early 2012.
The Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) is a document agreed to by RUPA with the Rugby Bodies.
RUPA administers and operates a Player Agent Accreditation Scheme on behalf of its members.
In 2013, professional players have a level of coverage for catastrophic injuries that is better than ever before.
RUPA is currently reviewing the structure and placement of the default player superannuation account for 2012.
Since 1995, RUPA has been providing players with invaluable assistance in their transition to retirement.
For more information, please fill out the enquiry form.
The (PACD) is a joint initiative between the Rugby Union Players’ Association and the Australian Rugby Union.
RUPA members are bound to the Codes of Conduct and Disciplinary Protocols.
The Player Agent Accreditation Scheme will ensure Australian rugby players are represented by agents who have undergone an extensive accreditation process.
Responsible for the governance and regulation of the Player Agent Accreditation Scheme
How to Become Accredited in 5 Easy Steps.
View the list of those agents that meet the standard
Stay up to date with what's happening at the Rugby Union Players Association Archives.
This is where you can find all the latest upcoming event information at RUPA.
An online archive of RUPA's media releases
RUPA's latest publications: Annual Reports etc.
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Get the insider info on your favourite Australian Super Rugby team with up to the minute news, video and announcements from each of the five team camps.
The International Rugby Players’ Association (IRPA) was founded in 2001 to promote, advance and protect the international interests of professional rugby players.
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