Rugby League World Cup Final

Milton, Brisbane Area

2 December 2017 - 

Indicative Rate * AU$40.00 to AU$180.00

Brisbane to host Final of Rugby League World Cup.

In 2017, the best players and teams from around the globe will descend on Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea for the Rugby League World Cup.

The tournament will see 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.

This will be the biggest sporting event in Australia during 2017, with Brisbane Stadium hosting the Final of the Rugby League World Cup.

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 Barrière Trophy.

Make sure you don't miss out on the opportunity to be there, when Brisbane hosts the Final of the Rugby League World Cup 2017.

Event Dates

This event occurs once only on:
2 December 2017

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $70.00 - $152.95 Transaction and booking fees may apply. Prices are subject to change at RLWC discretion.
Child $40.00 - $81.60 Concession/Junior (4-15 years) Transaction and booking fees may apply. Prices are subject to change at RLWC discretion.
Concession $40.00 - $81.60 Concession/Junior (4-15 years) Transaction & booking fees may apply. Prices are subject to change at RLWC discretion.
Family $180.00 - $180.00 Concession/Junior (4-15 years) Transaction and booking fees may apply. Prices are subject to change at RLWC discretion.

Event Venues


Brisbane Stadium
Address:
40 Castlemaine Street
Milton
Queensland, Australia 4064

40 Castlemaine Street
Milton,
Queensland
Australia

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