The Challenge Cup is Rugby League's most historic and prestigious competition and is the only knock-out tournament of its kind to include teams from all levels of the sport. Local community teams, student and the armed forces all compete alongside the elite of Super League.
First played in 1897 the Challenge Cup has a history and tradition like no other. The competition comes to its dramatic conclusion at the iconic Wembley Stadium on August Bank Holiday in front of 80,000 fans from all parts of the Rugby League family.
In keeping with the competition's unique history the day begins with The Champion Schools final featuring the two best school teams at year 7 when the stars of tomorrow have their opportunity to display their skills on the famous Wembley pitch.
Concession*(Under 16s, Over 65s, serving military, students)
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Wembley Stadium has ample capacity for supporters with a disability. Wheelchair spaces are available in a purpose built viewing terraces around the ground. Fans can get further information on the accessibility at Wembley by clicking here.
Match commentary is available for visually impaired supporters. The equipment is 'wireless' and can be used in all areas of any stadium that host one of our events. The system is fully portable and as such fans may sit anywhere they choose in the stadium, alongside their family, friends and other club supporters. It is advisable to reserve these at least 48 hours prior to a match as quantities are limited.
Accessible seating areas are available for customers at all RFL events.
Accessible tickets for this event can be purchased by calling 0113 2375021 between 9am-5pm Monday to Friday excluding Bank Holidays.
Alternatively, you can email your seating requirements/preferences to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our dedicated staff will contact you directly to complete your purchase.