Curry and Rugby on the Menu


The RFU Injured Players Foundation are calling on rugby clubs, schools, Unis  and groups of friends to get a group together and #CurryMeHome  on  17th/18th, 24th/25th,  or 30th/ 31st October.

What better way to enjoy World Class Rugby than with a ‘Ruby’ – England’s National Dish – and raise funds for RFU Injured Players Foundation, the official charity of England Rugby. The IPF are providing free packs with everything needed to have a successful #CurryMeHome rugby event.

The #CurryMeHome pack will include a recipe book, with curry recipes for the leanest of wingers to the largest of props, written by people from the rugby and cooking world. 

There will also be the chance to have a rugby legend attend your #CurryMeHome evening, alongside signed goods that can be auctioned off on the evening on behalf of the RFU Injured Players Foundation.

#CurryMeHome is working with the Asian Sports Foundation  http://asiansportsfoundation.org

The first 100 groups to sign up have the opportunity to win flights and accommodation for two to the luxury Haathi Mahal resort in Goa, courtesy of Karma Club. Karma Royal Haathi Mahal is located in Cavelossim, a small fishing Village in South Goa- a short stroll away from the award-winning silver sands of Mobor Beach.

To sign up all you need to do is simply fill out this registration form and send it back to ipf@therfu.com as soon as you can, or post to: RFUIPF, Rugby House, Twickenham Stadium, 200 Whitton Road, Twickenham, TW2 7BA


For more information please contact Sallie Marjoram e: sallie@bamboomarcomms.co.uk t: 07747 600008



Editor’s notes

About IPF

We are England Rugby’s Injured Players Foundation. We look after seriously injured players for life and help prevent future injuries through research and education.

Our vision is for the rugby union game being played without catastrophic injuries occurring and all injured players leading the life that they wish to lead.

The IPF provides support and information to those who sustain a catastrophic injury as a result participating in rugby union, to empower them to lead as full and independent life as they are able to. We also work with all stakeholders to reduce the risk of these and other injuries in the game.

We are there for every seriously injured player, now and forever. From International players, right through to the grass roots game including Schools and Universities across England.

We are also striving to make research breakthroughs to make the game safer for every current and future player who will get to enjoy this great game, as well as improve the care of those injured.



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