6th September 2018, 14:13 | Community
The biggest-ever variants festival for Rugby League is set to take place in Blackpool on Saturday, with over 600 people taking part.
Featuring Touch, Masters, Wheelchair, Learning Disability and Physical Disability Rugby League, the action gets underway from 10am at Stanley Park.
Touch sees the final stage of Coast to Coast - the UK's only national Touch festival - take place.
Teams from Birmingham to Catterick will be battling it out for national glory throughout the afternoon.
Meanwhile, a national Masters festival features 19 teams and over 300 players, alongside three teams involved in a Wheelchair Development Festival.
Learning Disability Rugby League will also be showcased, with Hull KR, Wakefield Trinity, Widnes Vikings, St Helens, Warrington Wolves bringing 75 players across to the coast.
And 80 Physical Disability Rugby League players - from Wakefield, Castleford, Leeds and World Champions Warrington - will have the chance to showcase their skills.
You can catch the action LIVE on Our League, with PDRL shown live from 3.30pm, LDRL from 3.45pm, and Touch from 4pm.