Armed Forces Rugby League is the supporting arm for all Rugby League related activities throughout the three Armed Services.
These include full 13 a-side playing opportunities for both male and female players.
Also participation opportunities for Wheelchair users, Touch, Tag and Masters, Coaching, Coach Education and Match Officials.
Combined Services Rugby League (CSRL) is a relatively new organisation established in 1997 after the official recognition of Rugby League by the three Armed Services.
CSRL is the highest representative level within the three Services and is the coordinating group for representative level in the Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force Rugby League Associations.
Each constituent body organises its own competition at Station, Unit and Corps level.
Players feed into Single Service representative teams to play in an annual Inter-Services Competition.
The very best of which are then selected to represent the Combined Services.