The Northern Hemisphere clubs will take a little longer to return to activity, but their competitions do not have major problems in the future. The scheduling for 2021 will not undergo major changes and the biggest blows will be how to adapt the calendar, something that has not yet been decided by the Southern Hemisphere and each union has its goal for next year.
In an interview to New Zealand TV, the president of World Rugby, Bill Beaumont, spoke about the future of the competitions and said that “teams used to travel the world before, but I don’t think this will return in the near future. What we have to do is be creative and work together with our partners. “
The foot to speak about the subject came as the head of world rugby was asked about a team from Hawaii (Hawaiian Rugby) that will enter the US league and has strong intentions to participate in the Super Rugby based in the South of Auckland. “We should definitely do it. What I have found interesting to see their program and read in the press, is that they have a great enthusiasm to carry it out, “Beaumont said, adding that” these decisions like putting a team from Hawaii in the Major League Rugby or also I heard that Fiji or Japan could be invited to Super Rugby, they are actions that must be taken. “