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RLWC2021 Official Hospitality now on sale

Rugby League World Cup 2021 is now on sale with world-class experiences at some of sport’s most iconic stadiums after the launch of official hospitality across all 61 matches at next year’s tournament.

1 Sep 2020

RLWC2021 Official Hospitality now on sale

Rugby League World Cup 2021 is now on sale with world-class experiences at some of sport’s most iconic stadiums after the launch of official hospitality across all 61 matches at next year’s tournament.

Rugby League World Cup 2021 is now on sale with world-class experiences at some of sport’s most iconic stadiums after the launch of official hospitality across all 61 matches at next year’s tournament.

RLWC2021 hospitality presents a wide range of options and experiences to suit different audiences at the men’s, women’s and wheelchair tournaments, hosted at 21 venues including Old Trafford, Anfield, St James’ Park and Emirates Stadium.

Hospitality and premium ticket experiences provide the perfect platform for corporate engagement with clients, colleagues and suppliers, as well as an unforgettable match day experience for a special occasion with family and friends.

Eight tiered hospitality experiences are available across the tournament, each offering an exclusive chance to view this unique event at a variety of price points.

From the Champions Lounge, World Cup Lounge, Legends Lounge, Club 21 and a variety of private boxes, fans will be entertained and enjoy the biggest and best Rugby League World Cup ever in style.

To book an official hospitality experience, and secure your seat before general admission tickets go on priority access sale on 21 September, visit our hospitality booking site.

Book RLWC2021 hospitality

Jonathan Neill, RLWC2021 Commercial Director, said today: 

“Today marks an exciting and important milestone for Rugby League World Cup 2021 as we go on sale with our first products for fans. Our objective is to drive wider fan engagement and our hospitality experiences are a vital part of that approach.  
“We want to create amazing experiences that engage and excite people, and will leave long lasting memories. We’re looking forward to welcoming rugby league fans next year, and also transcending the sport and meeting new supporters and followers at our matches.
“One of our key values is inclusivity, so we were committed to offer a wide variety of hospitality options and price points to our customers.”

Tournament organisers have guaranteed a refund for all hospitality experience buyers should there be Government restrictions which lead to reduced capacities or if the event is cancelled due to circumstances outside of their control.

RLWC2021 is working with the highly experienced Glory Days on official international fan travel experiences which have also been launched and are on sale from today, with information on official domestic fan travel experiences to be announced around the pre-sale timing on 21 September. 
Additionally, in September official merchandise will go on sale to fans globally.

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