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Federation of Oceania Rugby Unions

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Federation of Oceania Rugby Unions

Federation of Oceania Rugby Unions
Type Sports federation
Membership 12 unions and 3 associated members
President Samoa Lefau Harry Schuster

The Federation of Oceania Rugby Unions (FORU) is the regional governing body for rugby in Oceania. It presently encompasses 12 full member unions and 2 associate territorial committees and 1 associated union. FORU overseas the Pacific Rugby Cup, the Pacific Nations Cup and the FORU Oceania Cup.

Full members

12 Unions are IRB members

Associate members

Note:*The governing body for New Caledonia and Wallis and Futuna is the French Rugby Federation which is affiliated with the IRB and which has regional sections for France's overseas departments and territories.

External links

  • Federation of Oceania Rugby Unions (FORU) Official Site
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