International fan travel experiences on sale

Wednesday September 02, 2020 Written by Published in League
Cook Islands will make a return to the 2021 event after missing out on two world cups. Cook Islands will make a return to the 2021 event after missing out on two world cups.

Fans from around the globe can now secure their seat at Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021), for what promises to be the biggest and best edition in the tournament’s history, after international fan travel experiences went on sale yesterday.

Cook Islands will make a return to the 2021 event after missing out on two world cups.

With 61 matches across 21 venues, played between October 23 and November 27, it’s expected that up to 10 per cent of spectators will come from oversees. Fans can now plan and book their once in a lifetime experience to follow their nation to England next year and create unforgettable memories at the sixteenth staging of the Rugby League World Cup.

Fans can start planning and booking their ticket-inclusive experiences by visiting www.rlwc2021.com/intfantravel.

It will provide efficiency for fans by having one place to confirm all their travel requirements, competitive pricing, alongside consumer confidence by booking via RLWC2021, which is the only place official tickets will be sold.

The experiences will also offer unique opportunities to fans, such as the chance to watch the pre-match ‘Captain’s Run’ and legends events.

Jonathan Neill, commercial director at Rugby League World Cup 2021, said: “With just over 12 months until RLWC2021 begins, we know there is an appetite with fans looking to organise their tickets and trip in advance, and that includes our international fan base. The team at Glory Days, and our approved agents, will create packages to suit all fans in individual markets and build the perfect RLWC2021 experience.

“The tournament is a real celebration of communities, culture and inclusivity, and we are excited about the vibrancy, diversity and atmosphere fans from all over the globe will bring to the event, and to our host towns and cities in 2021.”

Tournament organisers have confirmed that full refunds will be made available should there be Government restrictions which lead to reduced capacities or if the event is cancelled due to circumstances out of their control.

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