THE RUGBY CENTURIONS
The Rugby Centurions Foundation is a not for profit organisation that celebrates those players who have won 100 International Test Caps or more for their country. As one entity, the iconic players pledge to educate, motivate, and inspire the next generation. The Foundation achieves this by helping young people develop essential leadership skills, enabling them to build positive and productive futures.
We use our values to help young people become more resilient and get the best opportunities to build a positive and rewarding future. Our mission is to reach more than 10,000 young people before the Rugby World Cup in 2023.
CREATING LEADERS FOR
The Future Leaders Program enables students between the ages of 16-19 to unlock their leadership potential through live digital coaching and online learning. We achieve this by using the expertise of the Rugby Centurions, leadership coaches and business leaders to build tools and tactics that students can implement immediately.
Italian scrum-half Sara Barattin became only the eighth female player in history to reach the 100 international test cap landmark when Italy played Ireland at the weekend. Sara Barattin has joined 7 other women: Tamara Taylor (Eng), Rochelle Clarke (Eng), Amy Garnet (Eng), Sarah Hunter (Eng), Katy Daley-Mclean (Eng), Donna Kennedy (Scot) and Louise Rickard […]
Rugby Centurions Club creates Honour Cap to commemorate and mark the special occasion of representing your country in 100 international test matches. This prestigious cap will be presented to each of the 80 Centurions from across the globe. Our first recipient of the Honour Cap was Australian legend, Rob Simmons. Rob is from Theodore, Queensland […]
Aaron Smith becomes the latest All Black to reach the Centurion milestone when New Zealand held off Australia to win 33-25 in the opening Test of the 2021 Bledisloe Cup series in Auckland. New Zealand has won the Bledisloe Cup for the last 18 years and the Wallabies have not won at Eden Park since 1986. The […]