Richard Pool-Jones (born 22 October 1969) is an English former rugby union player and current coach. He earned one cap for England in 1998, playing in the record 76-0 loss to Australia. Pool-Jones, who played club rugby in France for Biarritz Olympique and Stade Français, played for the latter in the 2001 Heineken Cup Final.
After retiring from rugby, Pool-Jones began a media career in France. During the 2011 Rugby World Cup, he co-hosted a radio show with Vincent Moscato and Sébastien Chabal. He also served as a vice-president at Stade Français, and was credited with helping broker a deal that saved the club from bankruptcy before the 2011–12 season.
In May 2012, he was named the new head coach of Stade Français, replacing Michael Cheika.