France’s Six Nations match against Scotland in Paris, which was scheduled to take place on Sunday (February 28) has been postponed following the announcement that an 11th member of the French squad has tested positive for COVID-19.
Five French rugby union players have now tested positive for coronavirus with the outbreak in the team's camp playing havoc with their Six Nations campaign.
New Zealand rugby legend Dan Carter - regarded as one of the greatest fly-halves to have played the game - has announced his retirement.
Scrum-half Antoine Dupont has become the latest member associated with the French rugby squad to test positive for COVID-19.
A third member of the French rugby union team’s management has tested positive for COVID-19.
World Rugby has announced a new competition schedule will not come into effect before 2024, with discussions ongoing with unions, club competitions and International Rugby Players.
Bristol Bears star Semi Radradra has "a desire" to play at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, according to Fijian rugby sevens head coach Gareth Baber.
The dialogue phase of the process for selecting hosts for the next two men’s and women’s Rugby World Cups has started.
This year’s women’s and under-20 Six Nations Championships have been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, but the men’s tournament is still expected to go ahead as planned.
World Rugby has paid tribute to its former development director Lee Smith, who has died.
Champions Cup and Challenge Cup suspended after French Government bans teams from facing British and Irish opposition
Rugby union's top two continental competitions in Europe, the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup, have been suspended after the French Government told clubs not to play sides from Britain and Ireland.
The French Government has advised its rugby clubs not to compete in any European competitions against British sides due to concerns over the United Kingdom’s testing policies for COVID-19.
A working group set up to conduct a review of the governance of World Rugby has released its findings.
The British and Irish Lions are continuing to review the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the scheduled tour of South Africa next July, with both regions hotspots for a new, faster-spreading strain of the virus.
New Zealand rugby sevens coach Clark Laidlaw remains hopeful of young talent Caleb Clarke playing at this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.