Rugby League RESPECT
The aim of the RESPECT campaign is to maintain and enhance the environment in which Rugby League is played at all levels by discouraging unsporting behaviour, foul or illegal behaviour and acts of violence, both on and off the pitch.
The RFL are seeking people from all sectors of society and all facets of the game, whether volunteers, players, match officials or spectators, to come forward anonymously and share their experiences and put forward their views on what should be done to improve the game moving forward.
As an incentive to complete the online questionnaire respondents can at the end enter a draw to win a pair of tickets to watch England take on the Exiles in this year’s International Origin Series, with a pair of tickets for each game up for grabs. Please note that a name and email address is required to enter the draw but these will not linked to the survey responses or used for marketing purposes.
In order to be eligible for the ticket give-away, entrants must enter the draw before 5pm on Friday June 8. The RESPECT survey however will remain open throughout June.
To complete the survey, simply visit the RFL website www.therfl.co.uk/respect