Witness Rugby League history at Eden Park with a huge International triple-header. Six teams, in New Zealand’s biggest stadium!
The inaugural Oceania Cup and historic Great Britain Rugby League Lions tour reaches a pinnacle in New Zealand and fans will be able treated to three international rugby league matches. Toa Samoa will face Fiji Bati in an All-Pacific battle. The NZ Kiwis then play the Great Britain Rugby League Lions in their historic First Test. And Mate Ma’a Tonga face the Kangaroos in a rematch of last year’s sold-out Test.
GB Rugby League Lions v NZ / Tonga v Aus / Samoa v Fiji
Eden Park, Reimers Ave , Kingsland, Auckland
Saturday 2 November 2019 1:30pm – 9:30pm
GB Rugby League Lions v NZ / Fiji v PNG
Orangetheory Stadium, Jack Hinton Drive, Addington, Christchurch
Saturday 9 November 2019 4:30pm – 10:00pm
With the culture and passion of four Pacific nations and the tradition and history of the Kangaroos and the Great Britain Rugby League Lions, this is a festival of International Rugby League not to be missed.
International Rugby League returns to the South Island with a double header at Christchurch’s Orangetheory Stadium.
The New Zealand Kiwis, the Great Britain Rugby League Lions (in their first tour down-under in 13 years), Papua New Guinea Kumuls and Fiji Bati will be in action in the Garden City on November 9.
The first game of the double header sees pacific rivals Fiji Bati and Papua New Guinea Kumuls face off in what will be an epic showdown.
Witness history as the NZ Kiwis take on the Great Britain Rugby League Lions in a battle for supremacy in their second and final Test match against each other before heading to play Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby for their final game on tour.