Crossing the Gain Line

Empowering Young People Through Rugby

The Country That Rugby Forgot

In the nation often overlooked by rugby's global footprint, our mission is to positively transform the lives of young people in Myanmar through the fundamental values of rugby. These values stand at the core of our initiatives, guiding our efforts to make a lasting impact. 

We achieve this transformation by:

The children and families we engage with are among the most underprivileged in the country. Rugby has become a beacon of hope, promising a brighter future. Our commitment is unwavering as we aim to broaden this impact, reaching more individuals and fostering a stronger, more inclusive community through the power of rugby. 

Where is Myanmar?

Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, is a country in Southeast Asia. It is bordered by Bangladesh and India to the northwest, China to the northeast, Laos to the east, and Thailand to the southeast. To its south, about one-third of Myanmar's total perimeter forms an uninterrupted coastline along the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. The country's location makes it strategically significant between South Asia and Southeast Asia, and it has a rich cultural heritage influenced by all of these regions. 

Why Rugby?

Rugby stands out as a sport that values teamwork over individual prowess, welcoming diverse participants. It serves as a vital tool for youth engagement and development, especially in areas with limited sports access, offering equal opportunities for both girls and boys. Our experiences as former players and administrators in Myanmar position us uniquely to promote rugby, sharing its benefits and fostering inclusivity within the community.


Crossing the Gain Line

International House,12 Constance Street, LONDON, E16 2D Phone: 07481788342