Heading on a Rugby Tour or Amateur Tournament this Easter ?
Make sure that all those going on a Rugby Tour or Amateur Tournament next Easter; Players, Coaches and Parents have sufficient Travel Insurance in place.
What are you covered for here ?
If you get injured on the pitch and need Medical Treatment or need to be Repatriated back to the United Kingdom then JS Travel Insurance can cover you to £10m.
Premiums for 5 days start from £10.86.
If your Rugby Kit is damaged, stolen or lost , then we will cover this under our Baggage and Personal Effects. The cover is only available when the kit is in transit and storage and not whilst in use.
Rugby Tour Guidelines for Safety
- If it is a school Tour or Amateur Tournament then the Parent / Adult ratio should not be less than 1 Adult to 10 Children.
- Do a risk assessment, identify any hazards on the tour and assess the risks beforehand.
- Make sure Parents and Players know the full Rugby Kit required.
- Code of Conduct should be explained for over 18s and under 18s.
- Forms that normally need to be signed are 1. Consent Form, 2. Medical, 3. Code of Conduct.
- Staff should adhere to the RFU Policy and Procedures for the Welfare of Young People in Rugby and have signed up to RFU Coaches Code of Conduct.
- Identify the First Aid person and make sure he / she is fully trained.
Your Club or School may already have Public Liability, Civil Liability and Personal Accident Insurance but the players still need Travel Insurance for medical cover and other benefits.
Major Rugby Tours & Amateur Tournaments over Easter are:
- Ghent Rugby Easter Tournament – Belgium
- SQY Rugby Festival, Adrien Cayol – France
- Hilversum Youth Rugby Tournament – Holland
- Two Lake Tournament – Italy
- Benidorm Sevens – Spain
Have a great Tour or Tournament !
JS Travel Insurance have been covering Rugby Players on Tour and in Amateur Tournaments for over 10 years.