The Rugby League World Cup 2021 announced today that it will be partnering with Ticketmaster Sport to deliver their ticketing and is putting the fan first in their pricing structure for the tournament.
With prices starting at £2.21 for concessions and £10 for adults across all three of the tournaments, the team are making a statement that RLWC2021 will be inclusive, accessible and affordable for everyone.
Fans who buy in 2020 will also receive more beneficial promotional rates with 80 per cent of tickets costing under £50.
This includes the double header Old Trafford final tickets which start from £30 and family of four can attend France v Greece for an affordable £35.
Post pandemic plans
- Organisers have guaranteed a full refund on tickets should there be restrictions on crowds at the event or cancellations of any of the games.
- The tournament will be partnering with Klarna to support affordability with zero interest payments.
- 20,021 free tickets to be made available to key workers as a mark of gratitude for priceless contribution during COVID-19 pandemic.
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Tickets will be available for applications on the following dates:
- Monday, 21 September, 2020 – Rugby League World Cup Family which are those registered, will have access to complete their ballot application.
- Friday, 23 October, 2020 – Then with one year to the tournament the Public Ballot will open with any remaining tickets going out on general sale from early 2021.
- Excited fans will be able to apply for up to 10 tickets across 61 fixtures and up to 6 tickets for the Final. To take part in the priority access sale fans will need to sign up here: rlwc2021.com/signup
Thoughts from RLWC21 & Ticketmaster Sport
Jon Dutton, RLWC2021 Chief Executive, said today: “I am delighted that we can offer the most accessible, fair priced and highly anticipated RLWC to fans not only here in England but also those from across the world.“
Terri Lynam, Customer Director at RLWC2021 added: “We know that the demand will be high from not only our core fans but also from the new fans who want to be a part of the biggest and best Rugby League World Cup in history, and we urge everyone to buy early to avoid disappointment.
Richard Evans, Director, Tournaments added: “We are delighted to have been appointed by RLWC2021 to provide our services for next year’s global sporting event, as we all look forward to returning to watch live sport in full stadia with the atmosphere that makes tournaments so special.
We bring our experience from major events taking place in the UK over the last decade, including London 2012, Rugby League World Cup 2013, Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Rugby World Cup 2015, London 2017 World Athletics Championships and the Cricket World Cup 2019 to ensure that we bring fans of Rugby League a world class ticketing experience!“