The 2021 Rugby League World Cup the sixteenth staging of the Rugby League World Cup Final will be held in England from 19 November 2022.
For the first time, the Rugby League World Cup will be run in parity with the women’s and wheelchair tournaments with all participants being paid the same, while all 61 matches across three tournaments will be broadcast live.
Now, the biggest and best Rugby League World Cup in history will reach a thrilling conclusion in the North of England during a showpiece weekend. Here’s what we know so far. Rugby League World Cup 2022 Live stream
Fixtures for 2022 Rugby League World Cup Semi-finals
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- Saturday, 1:30am (AEDT): England vs Samoa at Emirates Stadium
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When is the Rugby League World Cup?
This year’s Rugby League World Cup will kick off on October 15th, with a clash between host nation England and Samoa.
The tournament will run for over four weeks, with the final set to take place on November 19th at Old Trafford.
How to watch the Rugby League World Cup
Fox League will hold exclusive rights to the 2022 Rugby League World Cup in Australia.
Spark Sport will broadcast all games in New Zealand, with Channel Three and ThreeNow to show Kiwis games live.
BBC will host the RLWC in the UK, with games to be held on their main channel and streaming services.
Rugby League World Cup tickets
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Rugby League World Cup full draw and schedule
GROUP A – England, Samoa, France, Greece
GROUP B – Australia, Fiji, Scotland, Italy
GROUP C – New Zealand, Lebanon, Ireland, Jamaica
GROUP D – Tonga, PNG, Cook Islands, Wales
|16th Oct||12.30am||England vs Samoa||St James’ Park, Newcastle|
|16th Oct||5.30am||Australia vs Fiji||Headingley Stadium, Leeds|
|17th Oct||12.30am||Scotland vs Italy||Kingston Park, Newcastle|
|17th Oct||3.00am||Jamaica vs Ireland||Headingley Stadium, Leeds|
|17th Oct||5.30am||New Zealand vs Lebanon||Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington|
|18th Oct||5.30am||France vs Greece||Eco-Power Stadium, Doncaster|
|19th Oct||5.30am||Tonga vs PNG Kumuls||Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens|
|20th Oct||5.30am||Wales vs Cook Islands||Leigh Sports Village, Leigh|
|22nd Oct||5.30am||Scotland vs Kangaroos Australia||Coventry Arena, Coventry|
|23rd Oct||12.30am||Fiji vs Italy||Kingston Park, Newcastle|
|23rd Oct||2:00am||England vs France||University of Bolton Stadium, Bolton|
|23rd Oct||5.30am||NZ kiwis vs Jamaica||MKM Stadium, Hull|
|24th Oct||12.30am||Lebanon vs Ireland||Leigh Sports Village, Leigh|
|24th Oct||3:00am||Greece vs Samoa||Eco-Power Stadium, Doncaster|
|25th Oct||5:30am||Tonga vs Wales||Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens|
|26th Oct||5.30am||PNG vs Cook Islands||Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington|
|29th Oct||5.30am||New Zealand vs Ireland||Headingley Stadium, Leeds|
|30th Oct||12.30am||England vs Greece||Bramall Lane, Sheffield|
|30th Oct||3.00am||Fiji Bati vs Scotland||Kingston Park, Newcastle|
|30th Oct||5.30am||Australia vs Italy||Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens|
|31st Oct||10.00pm||Lebanon vs Jamaica||Leigh Sports Village, Leigh|
|31st Oct||12.30am||Tonga vs Cook Islands||Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough|
|31st Oct||3.00am||Samoa vs France||Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington|
|1st Nov||5.30am||PNG vs Wales||Eco-Power Stadium, Doncaster|
|5th Nov||5.30am||Group B (1st) vs Group C (2nd)||John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield|
|6th Nov||12.30am||Group A (1st) vs Group D (2nd)||DW Stadium, Wigan|
|6th Nov||5.30am||Group C (1st) vs Group B (2nd)||MKM Stadium, Hull|
|7th Nov||12.30am||Group D (1st) vs Group A (2nd)||Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrrington|
|12th Nov||5.45am||Semi Final #1 (QF1 vs QF3)||Elland Road, Leeds|
|13th Nov||12.30am||Semi Final #2 (QF2 vs QF4)||The Emirates Stadium, London|
|20th Nov||2.00am||2022 RLWC Final||Old Trafford, Manchester|