Rugby League World Cup 2021
http://tcmcards.com/?add-to-cart=1001 In a breakthrough moment for Rugby League, Men’s, Women’s and Wheelchair games will come together for the first time on the sport’s biggest stage.
http://younglionsspeedway.co.uk/addyi-price-comparison/ First held in 1954, Rugby League World Cup 2021 is the 16th iteration of the historic tournament with 61 matches, held at 21 venues across England in a single celebratory event.
England 2021 will be one game. Together.
RLWC 2021 Hospitality
The hospitality programme presents a range of options and experiences to suit companies, groups and fans, across 3 tournaments, hosted at 21 venues throughout England. Hospitality and premium experiences provide the perfect platform for corporate engagement with clients, colleagues and suppliers as well as a memorable match day experience for a special occasion with family and friends.
Entertain and indulge in the style you wish – a private box, luxury lounge, traditional dining package or the more relaxed Club 21 to soak up the atmosphere. Bookings of any size are welcome.
RLWC 2021 is a feature event on the sporting calendar and Rugby League’s biggest stage. Don’t miss the opportunity to entertain and celebrate. Together.
Groups & Match Information
- New Zealand
- Cook Islands
- Papua New Guinea
|Saturday 23rd October||England v Samoa||Group A||St James’ Park, Newcastle|
|Saturday 23rd October||Australia v Fiji||Group B||KCOM Stadium, Hull|
|Sunday 24th October||Scotland v Italy||Group B||Kingston Park, Newcastle|
|Sunday 24th October||Jamaica v Ireland||Group C||Headingley, Leeds|
|Sunday 24th October||New Zealand v Lebanon||Group C||Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington|
|Monday 25th October||France v Greece||Group A||Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster|
|Tuesday 26th October||Tonga v Papua New Guinea||Group D||Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens|
|Wednesday 27th October||Wales v Cook Islands||Group D||Leigh Sports Village, Leigh|
|Friday 29th October||Australia v Scotland||Group B||Ricoh Arena, Coventry|
|Saturday 30th October||Fiji v Italy||Group B||Kingston Park, Newcastle|
|Saturday 30th October||England v France||Group A||University of Bolton Stadium, Bolton|
|Saturday 30th October||New Zealand v Jamaica||Group C||Headingley, Leeds|
|Sunday 31st October||Lebanon v Ireland||Group C||Leigh Sports Village, Leigh|
|Sunday 31st October||Samoa v Greece||Group A||Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster|
|Monday 1st November||Tonga v Wales||Group D||Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens|
|Tuesday 2nd November||Papua New Guinea v Cook Islands||Group D||Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington|
|Friday 5th November||New Zealand v Ireland||Group C||Headingley, Leeds|
|Saturday 6th November||England v Greece||Group A||Bramall Lane, Sheffield|
|Saturday 6th November||Fiji v Scotland||Group B||Kingston Park, Newcastle|
|Saturday 6th November||Australia v Italy||Group B||Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens|
|Sunday 7th November||Lebanon v Jamaica||Group C||Leigh Sports Village, Leigh|
|Sunday 7th November||Tonga v Cook Islands||Group D||Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough|
|Sunday 7th November||Samoa v France||Group A||Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington|
|Monday 8th November||Papua New Guinea v Wales||Group D||Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster|
|Friday 12th November||Winner B v Runner-up C||QF1||John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield|
|Saturday 13th November||Winner/Runner-up A v Winner/Runner-up D||QF2||Anfield, Liverpool|
|Saturday 13th November||Winner C v Runner-up B||QF3||KCOM Stadium, Hull|
|Sunday 14th November||Winner/Runner-up A v Winner/Runner-up D||QF4||University of Bolton Stadium, Bolton|
|Friday 19th November||Winner QF 1 v Winner QF 3||SF1||Elland Road, Leeds|
|Saturday 20th November||Winner QF 2 v Winner QF 4||SF2||Emirates Stadium, London|
|Saturday 27th November||Winner SF1 v Winner SF2||Final||Old Trafford, Manchester|