Brisbane will host the final of the Rugby League World Cup 2017. #AUSvENG
Australia and England will play in a World Cup final for only the second time after winning their (men’s) semi-finals in contrasting styles, while Australia and New Zealand will meet in a third successive Rugby League Women's World Cup decider in Brisbane on Saturday.
The tournament has seen 14 teams play 28 games over five weeks – all hoping to be crowned World Cup winners in what is the pinnacle event in international rugby league. The atmosphere will be electric in the stadium, and the fan experience will be unrivalled, as the two finalists battle it out for the right to hold aloft the Paul Barriere Trophy.
What else is on this week:
- Meet & Greet: Tuesday 27 November head to Reddacliffe Place to meet players. The Australian and New Zealand women’s teams will appear between 12-1pm and the Australian and English men’s teams from 3.30-4.30pm.
- Finals Fest: Friday 1 & Saturday 2 December in King George Square there's a mammoth FREE party going on with live music from Sneaky Sound System, live game day screenings, a QRL Maroon Zone, food trucks and much more.
Note: ticket prices include GST. Booking and transaction fees may apply. Family ticket includes either two adults and two kids or one adult and three kids.