Unprecedented growth in women's rugby league, an ever-increasing talent pool and an insatiable fan thirst means it is set to be bigger and better than ever!
In a watershed moment for the women's game, every match will be broadcast live on BBC platforms, projected across the globe and promoted to a new generation of players.
England 2021 will see eight teams compete over 18 days, culminating in a massive weekend of finals where Men's, Women's and Wheelchair nations will be crowned Rugby League World Cup Champions.
Now the results from the Draw have been finalised, the opening Women’s match will take place at Emerald Headingley Stadium on Tuesday 9 November in what will be a thrilling game between England and Brazil.
The Men's and Women's finals will take place on the same day, in the same stadium, Old Trafford on Saturday 27 November.
Women's Group Games Commence
Eight teams will compete in 15 games across 18 days.
Women's Semi Finals Start
The top four teams from the group stage will compete for a place in the final.
Women's tournament culminates with the Final at Old Trafford.