Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) has today revealed the confirmed nations who will participate in the women’s tournament in 2021.
The match day squads have been confirmed for the first round of games in the final European qualifiers for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.
Spain, Russia and Serbia have begun their preparations for October’s European Championship B, which doubles as a qualifier for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup in England. The top two nations will join Italy, the winners of Euro C and the bottom two nations from the European Championships in a final qualifying tournament in a year’s time.
The Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) has today announced its second major initiative from the tournament’s ‘Inspired by 2021’ legacy programme. £10 million will be invested in local clubs and community projects as part of the RLWC2021 Facilities Legacy programme. The government investment, delivered by Sport England, is part of RLWC2021’s ambitious plan to grow the sport and make it more visible, engaging and welcoming to current and potential participants.
Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) has launched its education resource programme, a free resource available for primary and secondary schools to help teachers deliver rugby league lessons in a fun and exciting way.
France and Wales have named 19-man squads for their clash at the Stade Albert Domec, in Carcassone tomorrow (Saturday, kick off 6pm CET) in the European Championship, which doubles as a qualifier for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup in England.
Germany put themselves in pole position for the next phase of 2021 World Cup qualification, with a stunning win over the Czech Republic in Osnabruck, to head the European Championship C – North table.
There have been a record number of expressions of interest in participating in the Festival of World Cups which will be held in Greater Manchester in the summer of 2021.