Vision, Mission & Values
The U.S. Association of Rugby League (USARL) focuses on and conducts Rugby League activities, youth and elite development, education and training as required to compete in both domestic and international environments. The USARL will seek qualified partners, financial and operational, to conduct activities for the development, promotion and growth of Rugby League for the betterment and improved wellbeing of its financial partners, players, members, volunteers, participants, fans, sponsors, charities and the community at large. The USARL will continue to work towards successful relationships with corporations and business for mutual benefits and financial support.
Provide a sound and sustainable structure to support and stimulate national interest and participation while motivating victorious achievements of a world-class standard.
The U.S. Association of Rugby League recognizes its mission to serve key stakeholders, members, associated organizations and the broader community with a major focus on providing opportunities for interested persons to participate in organized activities to achieve their maximum athletic and skillful potential in Rugby League.
The USARL has 8 strategic intentions:
Maintain a constructive constitution that outlines the basic laws and principles of the organization while complimenting the culture of Rugby League.
Develop and maintain a robust operating budget to attain financial stability.
Recruit and maintain professional minded personnel for Rugby League administration and management.
Recruit and retain, develop and train suitable players, coaches, match officials and volunteers.
Continue to recruit, retain and increase worthy members and enthusiastic supporters.
Provide comparatively first class facilities for players, members, spectators and sponsors.
Continue to source and build value-for-money relationships with sponsors.
Build and maintain community links and relationships, extend available resources and work within community projects as required or necessary.