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Friday, November 19, 2021

2022 Men's Rugby League WCup schedule: Dates, venues, kick-off times

Men's Rugby League World Cup 2021-22 schedule: Full Fixtures list, Dates, venues and kick-off times, Buy Tickets.






England will kick-off the Men's 2022 Rugby League World Cup at St James' Park against Samoa.


For the first time in RLWC history, the men's, women's and wheelchair tournaments will take place together in 2022.


All 61 matches will be played at venues across England between 15 October and 19 November 2022 and you can add all matches or just those of your favourite teams to your calendar now.



In the men’s tournament there will be one venue swap with the match between Australia and Fiji on the opening day (October 15) now taking place at Headingley Stadium, Leeds due to a clash with another event in Hull.


Wigan has been added to the list of venues for the revised 2021 Rugby League World Cup schedule.

Wigan’s DW Stadium will provide the stage for the double-header which features the second men’s quarter-final.

Manchester will be the venue for all three finals, with Old Trafford hosting a men's and women's double-header final on November 19.




General admission tickets and hospitality for all 61 matches will be back on-sale from 9am GMT today in line with the full schedule reveal. Tickets can be purchased
    
via:   http://tickets.rlwc2021.com/



 #RLWC2021   #RLWC2022


Men’s Rugby League World Cup 2021-2022 fixtures List: group stage schedule dates, kick-off times, venues. 






Saturday 15th October 2022

England v Samoa, Group A, St James’ Park (Newcastle), 2.30pm

Australia v Fiji, Group B, Headingley (Leeds), 7.30pm


Sunday 16th October

Scotland v Italy, Group B, Kingston Park (Newcastle), 2.30pm

Jamaica v Ireland, Group C, Headingley (Leeds), 5pm

New Zealand v Lebanon, Group C, Halliwell Jones Stadium (Warrington), 7.30pm


Monday 17th October

France v Greece, Group A, Keepmoat Stadium (Doncaster), 7.30pm


Tuesday 18th October

Tonga v Papua New Guinea, Group D, Totally Wicked Stadium (St Helens), 7.30pm


Wednesday 19th October

Wales v Cook Islands, Group D, Leigh Sports Village (Leigh), 7.30pm


Friday 21st October

Australia v Scotland, Group B, Ricoh Arena (Coventry), 7.30pm


Saturday 22nd October

Fiji v Italy, Group B, Kingston Park (Newcastle), 2.30pm

England v France, University of Bolton Stadium (Bolton), 5pm

New Zealand v Jamaica, Group C, MKM Stadium (Hull), 7.30pm


Sunday 23rd October

Lebanon v Ireland, Group C, Leigh Sports Village (Leigh), 2.30pm

Samoa v Greece, Group A, Keepmoat Stadium (Doncaster), 5pm


Monday 24th October

Tonga v Wales, Group D, Totally Wicked Stadium (St Helens), 7.30pm


Tuesday 25th October

Papua New Guinea v Cook Islands, Group D, Halliwell Jones Stadium (Warrington), 7.30pm


Friday 28th October

New Zealand v Ireland, Group C, Headingley (Leeds), 7.30pm


Saturday 29th October

England v Greece, Group A, Bramall Lane (Sheffield), 2.30pm

Fiji v Scotland, Group B, Kingston Park (Newcastle), 5pm

Australia v Italy, Group B, Totally Wicked Stadium (St Helens), 7.30pm


Sunday 30th October

Lebanon v Jamaica, Group C, Leigh Sports Village (Leigh), 12pm

Tonga v Cook Islands, Group D, Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough), 2.30pm

Samoa v France, Group A, Halliwell Jones Stadium (Warrington), 5pm


Monday 31st October

Papua New Guinea v Wales, Group D, Keepmoat Stadium (Doncaster), 7.30pm





Friday 4th November

Quarter Final 1 – Winner B v Runner-up C, John Smith’s Stadium (Huddersfield), 7.30pm


Saturday 5th November

Quarter Final 2 – Winner A v Runner-up D, DW Stadium (Wigan), 2.30pm

Quarter Final 3 – Winner C v Runner-up B, MKM Stadium (Hull), 7.30pm


Sunday 6th November

Quarter Final 4 – Winner D v Runner-up A, University of Bolton Stadium (Bolton), 2.30pm



Friday 11th November

Semi Final 1 – Winner QF v Winner QF, Elland Road (Leeds), 7.45pm


Saturday 12th November

Semi Final 2 – Winner QF v Winner QF, Emirates Stadium (London), 2.30pm





Saturday 19th November


Men's Rugby League World Cup 2022 Final



Men's Rugby League World Cup Final 2022 will take place at Old Trafford (Manchester) which will be kick-off time at 4pm....





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