|14 full members and 1 associate member|
Oceania Rugby , formerly known as the Federation of Oceania Rugby Unions (FORU), is the regional governing body for rugby union in Oceania. It was founded in 2000 to represent the interests of Oceania rugby within World Rugby, the international governing body. It presently encompasses fourteen full members and one associate member. Nauru is a potential future member.
Under the umbrella of World Rugby, Oceania Rugby oversees the following competitions:
- Pacific Nations Cup
- Pacific Challenge
- Oceania Cup
- Oceania Sevens
- Oceania Women's Sevens Championship
- Oceania Under 20 Rugby Championship
There are fourteen full members of Oceania Rugby:
There is one associate member of Oceania Rugby:
- The French Rugby Federation is the governing body affiliated with World Rugby, with a regional section for New Caledonia.
- The Tuvalu Rugby Union is not yet affiliated with World Rugby.
- The French Rugby Federation is the governing body affiliated with World Rugby, with a regional section for Wallis and Futuna.
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