England’s Men, Women and Wheelchair teams will each step up their preparations for RLWC2021 in a ground-breaking triple bill this June.
There will be an historic double-header featuring the Men’s and Women’s teams at Warrington’s Halliwell Jones Stadium on Friday June 25. England Women face Wales with a 6pm kick-off and then at 815pm, Shaun Wane will take charge of England team for the first time, when his players take to the field against the Combined Nations All Stars.
The double-header will be followed on Saturday June 26 by a Wheelchair international at Sheffield's EIS, when Tom Coyd’s England Wheelchair team also face Wales in their build-up to RLWC2021. This game will kick-off at 1230pm.
Tickets are sale now for both events with the double-header available from only £20 Adults & £10 U16s, and the England Wheelchair fixture priced at £15 Adults & £7.50 U16s. England Supporters Club members can also receive £5 off their tickets for both events.
An initial 4,000 tickets are available for the double header, with the hope that further areas of the stadium will become available as social distancing requirements ease. Similarly, the England Wheelchair fixture has an initially limited allocation with more seats hoping to be released nearer matchday.
With availability limited, don’t miss out and book your seats now for what’s sure to be a thrilling weekend of England action and the perfect taster for the World Cup drama to come later this year.
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