IRFU Rugby Survey – Your Game, Your Say
24th March 2010 By Munster Rugby
The Irish Rugby Football Union have launched an online survey, ‘Your Game, Your Say’ to canvass the opinions of players, administrators, coaches and supporters on the future direction of domestic rugby competitions.
The survey is part of the ongoing process to review the domestic game structures as part of the IRFU Strategic plan and of the current AIB League review process.
The survey will be asking anybody with an involvement in the game to make their voice heard and shape the directions of the structures into the future.
The survey will be asking tailored questions for each of the specified roles that stakeholders may have within rugby including coaches, ex-players, current players, referees and supporters.
The questions will vary from examining how many games are played by players, when they are played, how long supporters spend travelling to games and what the relevant groups would see as an ideal structure for domestic rugby competitions in the future.
The IRFU are keen to further understand how their experience of the game is influenced, why they remain involved in rugby and also why they may have become less involved.
Make your voice heard and help shape the future of rugby in Ireland – Please complete the survey here.