21st February 2020, 17:52 | ChallengeCup
As another weekend of compelling Coral Challenge Cup action lies ahead, Rugby League fans are being reminded that they now have only 10 days to take advantage of a fantastic Early Bird 25% Off ticket offer for the showcase final at Wembley Stadium.
The game’s traditional showpiece occasion is this year being staged more than a month earlier than previously, on Saturday 18 July. And there’s 25% off all seats until 2 March, meaning tickets start from just £15 for adults and an incredible £3.75 for under 16s for an event that also includes the final of the AB Sundecks 1895 Cup.
Mark Foster, the RFL’s Chief Commercial Officer, says: “We have an earlier date for this year’s Coral Challenge Cup Final and an earlier kick off too for the AB Sundecks 1895 Cup Final, so for anybody thinking of going along this Early Bird offer is perfect for you. Whether it’s your family, friends, colleagues or sports team, the Coral Challenge Cup Final is an amazing day out as Rugby League celebrates its 125th birthday by taking over Wembley Stadium.
“We’ve reached the round four stage on the road to Wembley, and Super League clubs will be joining the competition in rounds five and six. There’s a real sense of anticipation building around the competition and I wish all competing clubs the very best of luck this weekend.”
The RFL has introduced a new and improved ticketing site since the 2019 Coral Challenge Cup Final – eticketing.co.uk/rugbyleague – and all customers will need to set up a new account to take advantage of the Early Bird prices.
There are 12 Round Four ties taking place this weekend, with BBC Sport streaming Sunday’s game between Bradford Bulls and Underbank live from 1pm, followed by London Broncos versus York City Knights on Our League at 3pm.
The draw for Round Five will be streamed on BBC Sport and Our League at 6.30pm on Monday 24 February, 6.30pm, live from Hull Kingston Rovers’ Hull College Craven Park. Rovers are one four Super League clubs joining the competition at this stage, alongside Huddersfield Giants, Toronto Wolfpack and Wakefield Trinity. The remaining eight Super League clubs enter the competition at the Sixth Round stage.