Any one of the three nations in European Championship B can win the competition, and qualify for the next stage of the 2021 Rugby League World Cup, after Russia’s win over holders Serbia at the Fily Stadium in Moscow.
Preparations are in hand as the Czech Republic and Norway look to kick off the 2021WC Qualifiers in Vrchlabi, on 16 June.
Ireland have named their train-on squad for this autumn’s final European qualifiers for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup. The Wolfhounds are in pool A with Italy and Spain, with the top two nations going through.
Germany have included 15 players from their domestic league in their 19-man squad ahead of the 2021 World Cup Qualifier with the Czech Republic in Osnabruck tomorrow (Saturday), as part of European Championship C – North. The visitor’s win in their opening match against Norway means they can ensure passage to face the winners of the Southern section.
Match Officials from nine European nations will take charge of the six final European World Cup qualification games that begin this weekend, with representation from England, Scotland, France, Spain, Czech Republic, Italy, Ukraine, Serbia and Ireland.
The next edition of the Rugby League World Cup is to be held in 2021. The global showcase will return after a 4-year interval as it was last held in 2017. In the upcoming Rugby League World Cup to be hosted by England, a total of 16 teams will battle each other for the right to be crowned as the world champions. In this guide, we share with you all you need to know about the upcoming Rugby League World Cup.
A penalty in the final minute, from man of the match Patrick Koliska, ensured that the Czech Republic won the opening match of the 2021 Rugby League World Cup qualifiers, with a narrow 20-12 triumph in the opening fixture of European Championship C – North.