Media accreditation for England’s home fixtures in the RBS 6 Nations 2012 Championship can now be applied for through the RFU’s online system www.rfu.com/pressaccreditation
England v Wales (match day February 25, KO 16.00): Closing date for applications is Thursday February 16
England Women v Wales Women (February 25, KO 18.15): Closing date for applications is Thursday February 16
England v Ireland (March 17, KO 17.00): Closing date for applications is, Thursday March 8
All photographers, written media and non-host broadcasters must apply through this system.
Each individual will need to create an account with their own username and password.
If a single administrator is handling accreditation on behalf of others, it will be their responsibility to create an account for each individual prior to the dates detailed above.
If using the system for the first time:
Follow link www.rfu.com/pressaccreditation
Screen 1: Click on ‘New Registration’
Screen 2: Complete ALL fields (including photo upload) and press save
Screen 3: Tick the games you would like to apply for and press save
Within 48 hours of registering 2 automated emails will be sent: the first to confirm your username and password, the second to confirm which games you have requested.
If you are a previous user, once you have entered your username and password, you will automatically be at stage 4. If you are unable to remember your log in details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
In the week leading up to each game you have applied for, you will receive an email confirming whether or not your application has been successful. Due to the high number of requests we are unable to determine numbers and allocate places until the system closes eight days prior to match day.
For all accreditation enquiries: Emma Kennedy 0208 831 6582 email@example.com
For technical issues please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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