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Rugby League World Cup tickets

Rugby League World Cup Tickets

The biggest, best and most inclusive Rugby League World Cup ever takes place in October 2022. Visitors and residents will enjoy a lively, vibrant and colourful opening ceremony followed by a bumper of matches with England's first game against Samoa at St James Park and Scotland taking to the pitch at Kingston Park headlining the first few days of action

Get your Rugby League World Cup tickets at Rugby Ticket Service, assure yourself with the best seats and experience Rugby League World Cup.

Saturday 15 October 2022
15
Saturday October 2022
England vs Samoa ( St James’ Park, Newcastle ) From € 55,00
Australia vs Fiji ( The KCOM Stadium, Hull ) From € 66,00
Sunday 16 October 2022
16
Sunday October 2022
Scotland vs Italy ( Kingston Park, Newcastle ) From € 66,00
Jamaica vs Ireland ( Emerald Headingley Stadium, Leeds) From € 55,00
New Zealand vs Lebanon (Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington) From € 66,00
Monday 17 October 2022
17
Monday October 2022
France vs Greece (The Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster) From € 66,00
Tuesday 18 October 2022
18
Tuesday October 2022
Tonga vs Papua New Guinea (Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens) From € 55,00
Wednesday 19 October 2022
19
Wednesday October 2022
Wales vs Cook Islands ( Leigh Sports Village, Leigh) From € 66,00
Friday 21 October 2022
21
Friday October 2022
Australia vs Scotland ( Ricoh Arena, Coventry) From € 66,00
Saturday 22 October 2022
22
Saturday October 2022
Fiji vs Italy (Kingston Park, Newcastle) From € 55,00
England vs France (University of Bolton Stadium, Bolton) From € 55,00
New Zealand vs Jamaica (Emerald Headingley Stadium, Leeds) From € 66,00
Sunday 23 October 2022
23
Sunday October 2022
Lebanon vs Ireland (Leigh Sports Village, Leigh) From € 55,00
Samoa vs Greece (The Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster) From € 55,00
Monday 24 October 2022
24
Monday October 2022
Tonga vs Wales (Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens) From € 66,00
Tuesday 25 October 2022
25
Tuesday October 2022
Papua New Guinea vs Cook Islands (Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington) From € 55,00
Friday 28 October 2022
28
Friday October 2022
New Zealand vs Ireland (Emerald Headingley Stadium, Leeds) From € 66,00
Saturday 29 October 2022
29
Saturday October 2022
England vs Greece (Bramall Lane, Sheffield) From € 55,00
Fiji vs Scotland (Kingston Park, Newcastle) From € 55,00
Australia vs Italy (Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens) From € 66,00
Sunday 30 October 2022
30
Sunday October 2022
Lebanon vs Jamaica (Leigh Sports Village, Leigh) From € 55,00
Tonga vs Cook Islands (Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough) From € 55,00
Samoa vs France (Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington) From € 55,00
Monday 31 October 2022
31
Monday October 2022
Papua New Guinea vs Wales (The Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster) From € 55,00
Friday 4 November 2022
4
Friday November 2022
Group B Winner vs Group C Runner-Up (The John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield) From € 132,00
Saturday 5 November 2022
5
Saturday November 2022
Group A winner vs Group D Runner-Up (Anfield, Liverpool) From € 132,00
Group C Winner vs Group B Runner-Up (The KCOM Stadium, Hull) From € 132,00
Sunday 6 November 2022
6
Sunday November 2022
Group D Winner vs Group A Runner-Up (University of Bolton Stadium, Bolton) From € 132,00
Friday 11 November 2022
11
Friday November 2022
Semi Final 1 vs (Elland Road, Leeds) From € 165,00
Saturday 12 November 2022
12
Saturday November 2022
Semi Final 2 vs (The Emirates Stadium, London) From € 165,00
Saturday 19 November 2022
19
Saturday November 2022
Final vs (Old Trafford, Manchester) From € 187,00

Rugby League World Cup History

The Rugby League World Cup is Rugby League’s premier international competition and is one of the longest running World Cup tournaments in world sport. The Rugby League World Cup began in 1954 in France and has been held at irregular intervals since then. Australia won six consecutive World Cups between 1975 and 2000, establishing itself as the international powerhouse in rugby league.

Host cities & Venues

Rugby League World Cup 2021 will crisscross moors, mountains, historic towns and buzzing metropolitan cities, showcasing a diverse, welcoming culture and all that England has to offer. The 32 teams competing across the three blue riband events will showcase not only the Northern Powerhouse but also many venues throughout the country. The full list of host cities can be found below: 

Bolton, Coventry, Doncaster, Kirklees, Leeds, Londen, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Preston, Sheffield, ST Helens, Tees Valley, Trafford, Warrington, Wigan & Leigh, York.

Rugby League World Cup Tickets

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