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Diversity in Rugby


IGRAB is the International Gay Rugby Association and Board – an organisation of member clubs providing opportunities for members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community (LGBT) to compete in rugby through tolerant and accepting clubs and teams, both primarily LGBT and LGBT-friendly and by eliminating homophobia in rugby through community outreach, competitive play and tournament events that stand for tolerance and acceptance in sports. IGRAB also works with the rugby governing bodies and other partner organisations worldwide to improve tolerance and acceptance of LGBT athletes at all levels of the sport of rugby, ensuring that no individual shall be excluded from participating in rugby on the basis of sexual orientation or identification.


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The Bingham Cup is the signature tournament of IGRAB, named after 9/11 hero Mark Bingham. This biennial event, which first took place in 2002 reaches its seventh edition in 2014 with the world's first southern hemisphere tournament in Sydney, Australia.


IGRAB offers a range of membership options to maximise your ability to participate in the game of rugby, whether as part of a brand new club or as an individual seeking to become part of the world's LGBT inclusive rugby community.


As a Charitable Incorporated Organisation in England, IGRAB has the ability to hold assets such as donations, trademarks and sponsorships. The non-profit status of a CIO also allows for IGRAB to distribute donations and assets to their member clubs.


The International Gay Rugby Association & Board - IGRAB (Registered Charity Number 1154241) is a charity registered in England and Wales
whose registered office is at 71 Holland Road, West Ham, London, England E15 3BP, United Kingdom.



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