New Zealand Rugby has forecast a 70% decline in revenue in 2020 amid the shutdown of sport due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
New Zealand Rugby and its five franchises are undertaking a complete review of the sustainability of the country’s Vodacom Super Rugby model.
New Zealand Rugby has confirmed that the country’s top rugby players are set to lose as much as $25 million this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Agustin Pichot says World Rugby doesn’t have the funds to bail out cash-strapped Sanzaar nations that have hit financial difficulty amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
New Zealand Rugby has received a multi-million dollar payout under the government’s wage subsidy scheme.
All Blacks players are set to take a 10% pay cut and forego most incentives and bonuses due to the strains on New Zealand Rugby as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
New Zealand Rugby has announced that all provincial representative rugby below the Mitre 10 Cup has been cancelled for 2020.
All Blacks coach Ian Foster has confirmed that he will be taking a pay cut as New Zealand Rugby looks to limit the financial blow of the coronavirus pandemic.
All rugby in New Zealand has been suspended for the foreseeable future following government’s decision to increase the coronavirus alert level and go into lockdown.
New Zealand Rugby chief executive Mark Robinson says that plans for a revamped Vodacom Super Rugby competition comprising Kiwi derbies could be revealed later in the week.