You can also see our membership terms and conditions for further information about our membership offer and services.
Yes. membership is open to everyone who shares the values of the Legion to support the Armed Forces Community.
If you do not wish to join online, you can join by calling our Membership helpline:
Or by submitting a paper application form by post. Send your completed membership application form to:
RBL applications and payments department, PO Box 1402, 9 The Lakes, Northampton, NN1 9EX, UK.
Application forms can be requested by contacting Membership Services, or by visiting your local branch.
Please note that Club membership is not included in your RBL membership.
If you'd like to join an RBL Club, you must first join a Legion branch.
Club membership fees should be paid directly to the RBL Club who will then provide you with a sticker for your membership card.
A Club has the license to use the Legion's name, has the ability to trade and is not part of the charity therefore you will need to join a branch before joining a Club.
Yes, you will need to be affiliated with a branch when you join. There are approximately 2,300 Royal British Legion branches across the UK and overseas. A full list of available branches can be found here.
Currently, the annual fee is £17 (plus the branch joining/admin fee, if applicable).
No. As branches are based in different locations, conduct different activities and differ in size, branches set their own Branch fees depending on their needs. Branch fees range from £0-30 but are on average no more than £5.
Please contact our dedicated Application & Payments team:
We accept the following methods of payment: Credit/debit card, Direct Debit, cheque, bank transfer, PayPal, PayPoint or cash at your local branch.
Signing up is easy. Once you have created your web account, you will have access to the Portal 24/7, where you will be able to update your personal details and contact information, as well as pay for your membership.
If you would like to transfer from one branch to another, you can do this easily online, via the Self-Service Portal.
Alternately, you can email Membership Services: email@example.com.
Your local Membership Support Officer can also process your branch transfer for you.
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org with your enquiry, or you can call the Membership Helpline:
We advise to check your mailing preferences via the Self-Service portal as a first step, to ensure you have agreed to receive the magazine.
Or, please contact Membership Services directly: email@example.com.
Members have priority access to purchase two tickets for the annual Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall.
More information on how to obtain tickets is released in May with general release to the public at the beginning of October if any tickets remain.
In the first instance, please contact the Membership Services team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will investigate your complaint and will aim to get back to you within two working days.
The Membership Administration Portal (MAP), also known as Office 365, has been designed to assist branch officials in running a branch.
Branch officials have access to membership listings in their area and are given an official RBL email address.
Within this system, there is an online forum for branch officials to communicate with each other and the opportunity to collaborate on any area.
There are groups made based on roles, interests and location with the chance to join any that if of interest to the branch official.
There is also a member’s resources area which continues to grow with useful information to support branch officials.
For security reasons it is not possible for a user to reset an account password through the system.
A password reset can be requested via the Membership Support Officer.
A temporary password will be provided to log into Office 365.
The system will then ask you to update your password. The temporary password will need to be entered as the current password along with your new password.
Your first point of contact should be your Membership Support Officer (MSO) for your area.
Details of who this is can be found by contacting your Area Office or calling the RBL Helpline.
Our friendly membership team are here. Call our helpline on 0800 307 7773 today.