Join forces with friends and team mates for an epic curry night to make a difference and support catastrophically injured players.

What could be better than mates, curry and rugby? Our #CurryMeHome nights offer a great opportunity for rugby clubs, groups of friends or work mates to get together over some great food and to raise funds for the RFU Injured Players Foundation. Sign up now to get your free resources pack including some special recipes from the rugby world and everything you need to have a successful #CurryMeHome night!

All you need to do is simply fill out this registration form and send it back to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as soon as you can.

The IPF Team will be happy to help with ideas, advice and any support you need to get your event off the ground and to help you promote your #CurryMeHome evening. If you would like more RFU Injured Players Foundation promotional materials or want to discuss your plans further get in touch!

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