European Rugby League governing body re-launched

The Rugby League European Federation (RLEF) has completed a re-brand to become European Rugby League (ERL).

The name change was approved at the 2020 annual council meeting, to follow the convention of world governing body International Rugby League (IRL) and the Asia Pacific Rugby League (APRL), which administers the game in the southern hemisphere.

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The changes see the organisation’s logo refreshed, a revamped website and email domain name introduced, and social media handles revised.

ERL general manager David Butler commented: “This signals a new, fresh, vibrant feel for the ever-expanding work of the ERL, and brings us in line with the overall image of the sport internationally.”

The website address is now and European Rugby League’s social media accounts can found as follows:

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