A guide to registering as a coach online
The Rugby Football League's new registration system, LeagueNet is now being rolled out for use by coaches across the game.
The new system provides much greater flexibility and the ability to provide coaches with online versions of their registration details. Once coaches have completed their qualification in full, they should also ensure that they have a current RFL DBS in place, have signed the coaches Code of Conduct and have attended a Safeguarding and Protecting Children (SPC) course, then coaches can register themselves online.
Coaches can upload a photo to their registration this will speed up the time it takes to provide a coaching license. Once a coach has registered their personal details, the Operations team at the Rugby Football League will then check to ensure that all relevant parts of the coach license/ID Card have been achieved. They will then issue the coach with their new license/ID Card.
Click HERE for some guidance notes on how coaches should register themselves on to the new system.
Please select the relevant league
Coaches should register themselves by clicking on the link below to the league in which they coach. If you are a coach that works in a number of different leagues, you will need to register for each league you coach in. If you are not currently coaching at a club then click on the 'coaches currently unattached' link.
- Barrow & District ARL
- Barrow & District Youth ARL
- Combined Services RL
- Conference League
- Cumbria Men’s ARL
- East of England League
- Girls Rugby League
- Hull & District ARL
- Hull & District Youth ARL
- Iggesund Cumberland ARL
- London Junior League
- Midlands League