London Rugby League Foundation


The London Rugby League Foundation was originally formed as the Harlequins Rugby League Foundation in 2009, and later renamed the London Broncos Foundation when the professional club rebranded in 2012.

The Foundation was originally set up by the club to increase physical activity and social cohesion in the local community, and delivered rugby and dance activity extensively across South-West London and Surrey for a number of years, in all areas of the community from primary schools to care homes.

When the club moved to The Hive in 2014, the London Broncos, RFL and the Foundation trustees agreed the Foundation had the potential for a greater role in London, and renamed the charity as the London Rugby League Foundation with a broader remit for developing the sport and its community across Greater London and the surrounding counties.

Additional trustees were appointed to the Board in summer 2014, and a new Director appointed in January 2015 to manage the day to day running of the Foundation.

What they do
The London Rugby League Foundation runs projects and programmes to drive growth in rugby league participation, provide opportunities to excel and improve the health, lifestyle and skills of people within the rugby league community in London.

We only work with quality partner organisations, and experienced, qualified tutors and coaches to deliver all our programmes.

Want to Get Involved?
You can get involved in the London Rugby League Foundation in lots of ways, from corporate sponsorship to volunteering in a community setting.

If you think there are ways you or your organisation could work in partnership with the London Rugby League Foundation, or you’d just like to give up your time to help in the community, the Foundation would love to hear from you.

Contact or for more information go to the website:, find our page on Faceboook or follow @LdnRLFoundation on Twitter.