Pacific Rugby Player Welfare

Why Pacific Rugby Player Welfare

National Reach
Cultural Diversity
Unique CSR Proposition
Pacific Rugby Player Welfare Default location
70 Esher Road
East Molesey Surrey KT8 0AD
United Kingdom
Surrey GB

About us:


Established in 2016 by Samoan, Tongan and Fijian professional rugby players, Pacific Rugby Players Welfare is a not-for-profit organisation that provides assistance to 100+ Pacific Island players throughout the UK, contributing to their success both on and off the field.​

What We Do

Pacific Islanders account for approximately 10% of all professional rugby players in the UK. PRPW ensures they and their families are equipped with the professional, cultural and social skills and support required to navigate the demands of professional rugby and overseas living.

Today we service the UK, Medium Terms Europe and our five year plan is to be international.


Here is some coverage we have recieved:







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PRPW work with individual Pacific players, assisting them and their families on all issues relating to their professional, social and personal welfare among those;

Navigating cultural differences
Overseas transition practicalities
Language support
Contract legalities
Visa and immigration advice
Understanding foreign customs and values
Personal finance/ investment
‘Life After Rugby’ aspirations
Work experience and higher education
Conflict resolution
Player agent advice

In addition to working with Pacific players, PRWP provides a range of advice and support to the wider UK rugby communitythrough the RPA Cutural Diversity Programme.

Tailored for players, clubs and organisations who work with Pacific Islanders, the programme provides practical frameworks on engaging with, understanding, communicating effectively and relating to Pacific Island players in ways that ensure relationships are constructive and productive.

Club exposure:

Media reach - total annual impressions: ( 1,500 )
Internet / website

Club information

Club Type: 
Membership size: 
250 - 500


Number of Players: 
100 - 500
Senior (1)
Youth (1)
Mini (1)
Age Band: 
All Working Age Adults
Under 18
Social demographics: 
A - Upper middle class
B - Middle class
C1 - Lower middle class
C2 - Skilled working class
D - Working class
E - Those at lowest level of subsistence