This year’s Rugby World League Cup promises to be a nationwide sporting spectacle as the men’s, women’s and wheelchair competitions run at the same time. Leeds is one of the main hosts – find out more.

The Rugby League World Cup 2021 is the biggest and best yet, with eight games taking place in Leeds. You could be there if you win this competition, with £200 for food and drink too!

The Rugby League World Cup 2021 might be a year late, but that’s just given the organisers time to make it bigger than before, with a record number of teams entering. Leeds is hosting more games than anyone else, with eight in total, spanning both the men and women’s codes, while the wheelchair world championships will also be taking place across the country, making this the most inclusive World Cup they’ve ever held. Want to win some tickets? Get your entries in!

Get six tickets to see the defending champions in action

If you’re our lucky winner, you’ll get six Category A Rugby League World Cup 2021 tickets to the opening day fixture between Australia and Fiji at Headingley Stadium at 7.30pm on Saturday 15th October 2022. That means you can take a bunch of friends, or you can whisk your family along, perhaps for their first ever game. Rugby league is renowned as a family-friendly sport, and what better way to get into it than by seeing the world champs in action?

Or maybe Fiji could provide an opening day upset? They’ve been semi finalists three times, not bad for an island with a population of less than one million. They’ll be out to avenge their defeat by Australia at the 2017 semi final, having topped their group last time. With six tickets, you can choose whether to get behind the underdogs, or cheer on the champs, who’ve won back to back titles and have only missed reaching the final once in 15 tournaments.

Keep the party going with £200 to spend at Manahatta

The winner will also get a £200 tab to spend on food and drink at Manahatta’s Headingley outpost. Whether you choose to head out for some early grog and grub before the game, or you keep the night going afterwards, it’s the perfect place to get in the vibe with fellow rugby league fans, or those heading to witness the magnificent spectacle of an RL game packed with elite players for the very first time.

You can work your way through that £200 any way you want. Maybe bottomless brunch or bottomless party are the way to go – the latter gives you unlimited selected cocktails and beers, plus your choice of the mighty New Yorker Burger, crispy Manahatta chicken, 9-inch hot dog and all the fixings or more. Alternatively, you can make choices from their great a la carte menu and extensive drinks range, with everything from bao buns to stacked bagels.

Terms & Conditions

The free prize draw is open until 5pm on Thursday 13th October 2022. There is one prize available. The prize is in two parts. 1) 6 Category A tickets to see Australia vs. Fiji at Headingley Stadium at 7.30pm on Saturday 15th October 2022. 2) £200 to spend on food and drink at Manahatta, Headingley. The £200 can be used on food and drink. Booking must be made in advance by contacting ARC Inspirations and dates/times are subject to venue availability. Prize must be taken by February 2023. This free prize draw is open to UK residents with a valid UK postal address only. One winner will be randomly selected from the database of entrants who completed the prize draw online entry form. Employees and family of The Rugby League World Cup 2021, ARC Inspirations, Leeds Digital Magazines or any agencies connected with the set-up of this prize draw are not eligible to enter. No cash alternative. The winner will be contacted by email. The winner must confirm that they’re eligible and able to accept within 24 hours of the email being sent. If a winner does not contact us within this time period, we reserve the right to choose another winner at random from all other eligible entries. All entrants must be aged 18 years or over. Standard Leeds-List terms and conditions apply. Please drink responsibly. Standard Leeds-List terms and conditions apply. Cover image credit: David Neilson