Sky Try is a seven year programme that will support and develop grassroots participation of the sport across the UK
In the first year the following Club Foundations have been invited to be a delivery partner: Bradford Bulls, Castleford Tigers, Huddersfield Giants, Hull FC, Hull Kingston Rovers, Leeds Rhinos, London Broncos, Salford Red Devils, St Helens, Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, Warrington Wolves, Widnes Vikings, Wigan Warriors, Doncaster, Sheffield Eagles, Newcastle Thunder, Whitehaven, Workington Town, London Rugby League, Oxford, University of Gloucestershire All Golds and Coventry Bears.
The Sky Try Programme
The Sky Try programme aims to ‘make a difference by increasing the amount of viewers, spectators and participants to Rugby League. The RFL view this as a great opportunity to develop and grow the sport by ensuring all projects adopt the following principles:
- Drive long term growth through outcomes and impact;
- Uniform product delivery and monitoring;
- Accountability throughout the programme – proven return on investment;
- Start of the journey’ towards governance excellence;
- Drives ticket sales;
- Used to develop academic research to help access further funding.
The Sky Try Project
The Sky Try Programme has four distinct pillars as shown below which have specific targets and outcomes based on the guiding principles. Click an image below to find out more about that program.