Rugby League World Cup organisers in Wrexham saying they are ‘delighted’ to announce that tickets for a game being held in Wrexham are close to selling out.
They say “The lower Yale Paddock and Mold Road stand are close to selling out for the Wales vs. USA match on Sunday November 3rd (KO 2PM) This news comes as the Wales squad arrive in Wrexham for their huge Rugby League World Cup 2013 match.”
“The Yale Stand tickets have been snapped up mainly by school parties following a surge of interest as Rugby League fever grips Wrexham, with just few hundred tickets remaining in the Mold Road stand as well.”
Cllr David Griffiths, Leader for Wrexham Council said “We’re delighted tickets for the Wales v USA match have been selling so well.”
“It is great to hear that schools have snapped up such a large number of tickets for the Rugby League World Cup 2013. We’ve got two massive games being played here in Wrexham and it’s going to great seeing areas of the stadium packed with enthusiastic young people enjoying the game.”
The demand for Rugby League World Cup 2013 comes on the back of work locally from the town’s community coaches. Rugby League is now widely played across schools in the country borough and is one of the most popular sports in terms of pupil participation.
“The town has definitely got the Rugby League World Cup 2013 bug and we advise all fans to buy their tickets sooner rather than later to avoid disappointment.”
As well as the Wales vs. USA match, Wrexham will also be the venue for the Quarter Final Match between the Winners of Groups A & D on Saturday November 16th (KO 1PM).
Tickets for both games at The Racecourse are available online at www.rlwc2013.com/tickets, in person at the Glyndwr University box-office or by calling the Rugby League World Cup ticket hotline on 0844 847 2013. You can enjoy both games for as little as £15.
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