Join ROSL and you'll be part of a non-profit organisation that champions international friendship and understanding in the Commonwealth community and beyond.
If you are thinking of joining, or perhaps you are already a member and would like to recommend a friend, just follow these simple steps to make an application.
ROSL Younger Members are part of a lively social scene for the 35’s and under.
In order to maintain its many social and cultural network worldwide, ROSL fosters a number of local branches and members groups in the UK and overseas. ROSL branches allow members the opportunity to keep in touch with other members local to them and to enjoy a variety of events from receptions to concerts and illustrated talks.
Overseas is the quarterly membership magazine for the Royal Over-Seas League. Established by our founder Sir Evelyn Wrench in 1915, the journal is ROSL's primary method of communication with our global membership; providing informative articles about world issues, club news and details about our latest events.