WORLD CUP FINAL TO BE PLAYED IN FRONT OF BIGGEST EVER CROWD

posted on 29 November 2013

RLWC2013 organisers have announced today that The Rugby League World Cup Final at Old Trafford has totally sold out.

New Zealand and Australia will battle it out to be the World Champions.

The final which kicks off at 2.30pm and is live on BBC One and BBC Radio Five Live, features the holders New Zealand and pre-tournament favourites Australia.

As a sell-out fixture, The Rugby League World Cup Final will become the best attended international Rugby League match of all time and both New Zealand and Australia will play in front of their biggest ever crowds.

RLWC2013 Tournament Director Nigel Wood said: “The Rugby League World Cup Final on Saturday will be the crowning glory of what has been an incredible tournament. There have been huge crowds, massive TV audiences and some superb Rugby League.

“After the figures we have seen for this tournament it is no surprise that the greatest prize in Rugby League will be awarded in front of a crowd that will break so many records.

“Both New Zealand and Australia have been superb throughout this tournament and neither will give an inch in the final. Everything points to a fantastic day and one which this amazing RLWC2013 richly deserves.”

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