Your Rugby League World Cup 2021 experience starts here. For the first time in Rugby League World Cup history, the men’s, women’s and wheelchair tournaments will be held together in 2021. With 61 matches at venues across England, this will be an unforgettable travel opportunity and a chance to get behind your team on the world stage. You can watch the action live and visit the UK with an official package or tour from Events Travel. Packages will include official tickets, hospitality, exclusive experiences and quality travel services for independent travellers looking to do their own thing. Alternatively, our range of tours will offer an inclusive, small-group travel experience, where you can sit-back and relax with other like-minded travellers knowing all your accommodation, transport and much more is organised for you at one great price.Read moreRead less
We’ve been helping fans travel the globe for the world’s biggest events since 1993 and specialise in rugby travel. Most recently we’ve been an Official Travel Agent for Rugby World Cup 2019, Rugby League World Cup 2017, Rugby Sevens World Cup 2018 and many other events.
Our Rugby League World Cup 2021 packages and tours are not quite ready yet — our team are working on it. To be the first to know when packages are released, please join our waitlist. By joining, you’ll also get access to early-bird pricing and a priority access window, so you can book your trip before anyone else!
Rugby League World Cup is the pinnacle tournament in international Rugby League and has a long-history dating back to 1954 when the tournament was first held in France, long outdating the Rugby Union World Cup. The 16th edition will be hosted by England and will see the world’s top 16 nations compete from 23 October to 27 November. Uniquely, the women’s and wheelchair tournaments will both be held at the same time as the men’s tournament, a first for Rugby League World Cup. Australia, who have won 11 of the 16 World Cups, will once again enter the tournament as the reigning World Champions and will be hard to beat, even against England who finished runners-up at RLWC 2017 and now have the home-side advantage.Read moreRead less
Rugby League World Cup will be an unmissable event and a unique opportunity to explore England and the United Kingdom while cheering on your team on the world stage. Whether you watch just a few matches or enjoy an escorted tour following pool matches and finals, Rugby League World Cup England 2021 will be an unforgettable sporting adventure.
As an Official Travel Agent for Rugby League World Cup England 2021, we are proud to offer official packages and tours to get you there. Our team are currently working on these, but you can expect our packages and tours to include guaranteed tickets, VIP hospitality, exclusive experiences, quality 4-star and 5-star hotels, transport, sightseeing, functions, events and much more.
We’ve been helping fans travel to all corners of the globe for the world’s biggest events since 1993 and along the way we’ve learnt a thing or two about how to create the perfect sports travel experience. Most recently we’ve been an Official Travel Agent for Rugby World Cup 2019, Rugby League World Cup 2017 and Rugby Sevens World Cup 2018. We specialise in rugby travel and look forward to welcoming you to England for what will be the biggest and most exciting Rugby League World Cup to date.
If you’re interested in coming along, please join the waitlist.
Men’s tournament dates: 23 October – 27 November, 2021
Women’s tournament dates: 9 – 27 November, 2021
Wheelchair tournament dates: 11 – 26 November, 2021
Pool A: England, France, Greece, Samoa
Pool B: Australia, Fiji, Italy, Scotland
Pool C: Ireland, Jamaica, Lebanon, New Zealand
Pool D: Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Tonga, Wales
What Events Travel can provide:
England is the perfect host country for Rugby League World Cup, having been the second most successful nation in the World Cup’s history, the birthplace of rugby and rugby league, and the traditional heartland of the sport. The tournament will feature matches across the country, giving fans a fantastic opportunity to explore England and the UK. We plan on making the most of it, touring across England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland from the pool matches to the finals.
Explore green fields, rumpled hills, chalk cliffs, ancient forests, moody moors, historic cities and quaint towns. The UK has a lot to offer travellers and truly has something for everyone. If you join one of our tours, we’ll have a great mix of nature, history, culture, sport and food on offer. Visit medieval cathedrals, regal palaces, seaside villages, historic sports grounds and get swept up in the intrigue, history and beauty of the United Kingdom.
Within England’s major cities, we’ll be staying right in the heart of the action, where you can visit museums, shops, restaurants, bars and cultural attractions with ease. If you’re an independent traveller, we recommend hiring a car and exploring the countryside and villages at your leisure. England is a wonderful place to get lost and see what you can discover.
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October and November in the UK is autumn. The warmer days of summer are turning cooler, yet there’s still sunshine about, particularly in October. This shoulder season is great for travelling, as it’s a much quieter than the summer months. While it will be quite cool at night, it can be pleasant during the day when the sun is out and as such, we recommend packing for all seasons, but particularly warm clothing and traditional rugby gear. Expect average highs of around 10-14ºC and lows of 5-8ºC.