Watch Autumn International Rugby On Amazon Prime


The RFU have been working with Amazon to provide an opportunity for fans to take advantage of a free one-month trial with Amazon Prime so you can watch England Rugby for free during the tournament, while also supporting your club. 

To help grassroots clubs generate revenue, Amazon are also opening-up registration for clubs to become Amazon Associates.  

Truro RFC will receive £3 for every member of the community who signs up to Amazon through the club’s unique Associates link.  

Amazon Free Trial to watch Autumn International Rugby

We're encouraging all members, as well as your family and friends, to take advantage of a new offer created between the RFU and Amazon that lets you watch England Rugby for free in the Autumn Nations Cup, while also creating much-needed revenue for Truro RFC.

The Quilter Internationals kick off this Saturday and will be streamed online via Amazon Prime. To help grassroots clubs generate revenue, Amazon has worked alongside the RFU to open up registration for clubs to become Amazon Associates

This means the club will now receive £3 for every member of the community who signs up to Amazon on a free one-month trial through our club's unique Associates link below

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU USE THIS UNIQUE LINK to sign up for your free one-month trial, otherwise the club won't benefit from your subscription.

There is no expectation for members to stay on Prime past the trial period. The club will make £3 from each individual sign-up via the unique link, regardless of whether the member stays on past the trial period or not.

Every little helps in these challenging times, so please spread this message.

Round one

13 November: Group A: Ireland v Wales (Aviva Stadium) 19:00

14 November: Group B: Italy v Scotland (Stadio Artemio Franchi, Florence) 12:45

14 November: Group A: England v Georgia (Twickenham) 15:00

15 November: Group B: France v Fiji (Stade de la Rabine, Vannes) 15:15

Round two

21 November: Group B: Italy v Fiji (Stadio del Conero, Ancona) 12:45

21 November: Group A: England v Ireland (Twickenham) 15:00

21 November: Group A: Wales v Georgia (Parc y Scarlets) 17:15

22 November: Group B: Scotland v France (Murrayfield) 15:00

Round three

28 November: Group B: Scotland v Fiji (Murrayfield) 13:45

28 November: Group A: Wales v England (Parc y Scarlets) 16:00

28 November: Group B: France v Italy (Stade de France) 20:00

29 November: Group A: Ireland v Georgia (Aviva Stadium) 14:00

Finals weekend

5 December: Georgia v TBC (Murrayfield) 12:00

5 December: Ireland v TBC (Aviva Stadium) 14:15

5 December: Wales v TBC (Parc y Scarlets) 16:45

6 December: England v TBC (Twickenham) 14:00


Club & County shirts showcased at Twickenham Stadium during the Autumn Nations Cup

While we can't be watching England Rugby in our clubhouses or at Twickenham Stadium, we wanted to let you know that we are sending our club shirt to Twickenham Stadium to take pride of place in the stands to make sure we are represented and are supporting the England team in spirit if not in person.

The RFU wants to create a visual representation of the community game by displaying one shirt per club. Each shirt will remind the players where they started their rugby careers, that we're all still cheering them on from a distance and, perhaps most importantly, will underline to everybody watching on TV the importance of grassroots rugby and the impact the pandemic is having on our community game.

For those eagle eyed you may have noticed the Truro RFC shirt behind Faryl Smith in Saturday's England v Georgia match.


Get Your Shirt On This Sunday

A reminder to young rugby players (and parents!) to #GetYourShirtOn this Sunday morning, when England Rugby will be streaming fitness and rugby activities live on England Rugby YouTube

England Rugby YouTube

Get Your Shirt On is a series of Sunday morning workout sessions led by former England players which aims to keep 6-18-year-olds active and connected with their clubs during the national lockdown.

 

First up, putting you through your paces, will be former England, British and Irish Lions and Harlequins wing Ugo Monye

 

With community rugby moving back to Stage A on the Return to Rugby Roadmap, it's important for players to continue to stay active, even if it's from home

 

Lockdown or no lockdown, there's no time for a lie-in! All we ask is that you wear your club shirt with pride and enjoy your virtual rugby session each Sunday morning through November, starting this Sunday

 

Session 1 - 9:30am - U10 and below

Session 2 - 10:00am - U11 to U14

Session 3 – 10.30am - U15 to U18

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