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Rugby Football Union Founded 2000 IRB affiliation 2003 ARFU affiliation 2000 Patron Lt.Gen Agha Jehangir President Fawzi Khawaja Men's coach Malik Rizwan Official website Official Website The Pakistan Rugby Union (PRU) is the rugby union governing body in Pakistan. Among the Union's chief activities are conferences, organising international matches, and educating and training players and officials. The national team is called Pakistan Rugby. The Pakistan Rugby Union was formally established in 2000 and gained membership with the Asian Rugby Football Union in 2000. In 2003, Pakistan fielded a national team for the first time, participating in the Provincial Tournament in Sri Lanka and there played the Indian National side as well. Pakistan Rugby Union then became an associate member of the IRB (International Rugby Board) in November 2003. Rugby has now been introduced at the Provincial and District level by the Pakistan Rugby Union. Schools have also been targeted for Rugby to be introduced at the grass root level See also Rugby union in Pakistan Sports in Pakistan External links Pakistan on IRB.com Pakistan on rugbydata.com Pakistan Rugby v • d • e International Rugby Board Members by tier First tier Argentina • Australia • England • France • Ireland • Italy • New Zealand • Scotland • South Africa • Wales Second tier Canada • Fiji • Japan • Romania • Samoa • Tonga • United States Third tier with World Cup experience Côte d'Ivoire • Georgia • Namibia • Portugal • Spain • Uruguay • Zimbabwe Third tier without World Cup experience American Samoa •Andorra • Arabian Gulf • Armenia • Austria • Azerbaijan • Bahamas • Barbados • Belgium • Bermuda • Bosnia & Herzegovina • Botswana • Brazil • British Virgin Islands • Bulgaria • Burundi • Cambodia • Cameroon • Cayman Islands • Chile • China • Colombia • Cook Islands • Croatia • Czech Republic • Denmark • Finland • Germany • Ghana • Guam • Guyana • Hong Kong • Hungary • India • Israel • Jamaica • Kazakhstan • Kenya • Kyrgyzstan • Lao • Latvia • Lithuania • Luxembourg • Madagascar • Malaysia • Mali • Malta • Mauritania • Mauritius • Mexico • Moldova • Monaco • Mongolia • Morocco • Netherlands • Nigeria • Niue • Norway • Pakistan • Papua New Guinea • Paraguay • Peru • Philippines • Poland • Russia • Rwanda • St. Lucia • St. Vincent & the Grenadines • Serbia • Senegal • Singapore • Slovenia • Solomon Islands • South Korea • Sri Lanka • Swaziland • Sweden • Switzerland • Tahiti • Taiwan (Chinese Taipei) • Tanzania • Thailand • Togo • Trinidad and Tobago • Tunisia • Uganda • Ukraine • Uzbekistan • Vanuatu • Venezuela • Zambia v • d • e International Rugby Union Associations IRB · FIRA–AER · FORU · ARFU · NACRA · CONSUR · CAR Competitions (worldwide) World Cup · World Cup Sevens · Junior World Championship · Junior World Trophy · Churchill Cup · IRB Nations Cup · Nations Cup (Women's rugby) · Sevens World Series · Tri Nations Competitions (continental) Africa Cup · CAR Development Trophy · Asian Five Nations · Asian Sevens Series · Six Nations · European Nations Cup · European Under-18 Championship · FORU Oceania Cup · Pacific Nations Cup · Pan American · South American Rugby Championship Competitions (multi-sport events) Asian Games · Commonwealth · Olympics · World Games Competitions (defunct) U-21 World Championship · U-19 World Championship · Four Nations · Super Cup Others Women's international rugby · IRB World Rankings · IRB Awards This Pakistan-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e