Rugby League World Cup proves a huge success

We played host to several exciting Rugby League World Cup games at Copper Box Arena. The arena was abuzz with energy as fans from all over the world came to witness their favourite teams compete for the championship.

The wheelchair matches between Spain vs. Ireland and England vs. Australia on Sunday, November 6th were followed by another set of thrilling wheelchair games on Wednesday, November 9th, with England facing Spain and Australia playing against Ireland.

Finally, the matches between Australia vs. Spain and England vs. Ireland concluded the games at the ‘Box that Rocks’.

Stuart Hutchison, General Manager of Copper Box Arena spoke highly of the event, by saying: "The Rugby League World Cup games at the Copper Box Arena in November were a tremendous success. 

“We were thrilled to see so many fans from around the world come together to support their teams and witness some truly incredible rugby. The atmosphere was electric, and we're proud to have been a part of such a fantastic tournament."

The Rugby League World Cup at the Copper Box Arena was an unforgettable experience for fans and players alike. The energy and excitement of the games left a lasting impression on everyone involved, and it's safe to say that the tournament will be remembered for years to come.

It once again proved London’s third largest arena’s versatility of being able to adapt to different events.