About the Series
The series opens with the first match at the KC Stadium in Hull on Sunday November 1 in an international that will form part of the 150-year celebrations of host club Hull FC, who were founded in 1865.
The Olympic Stadium in London will host international Rugby League for the first time in November 2015 when England face New Zealand in the second game of a three-match series.
The historic fixture at the Olympic Stadium takes place on Saturday November 7 before the series concludes with the third international at the DW Stadium, Wigan, on Saturday November 14.
The International Series in full is as follows:
Sunday 1st November - KC Stadium, Hull KO 5pm
Saturday 7th November - Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London KO 2.30pm
Saturday 14th November - DW Stadium, Wigan KO 1pm
INFORMATION FOR SUPPORTERS
The KC Stadium, The Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and the DW Stadium have ample capacity for supporters with a disability.
Match commentary is available for visually impaired supporters. The equipment is 'wireless' and can be used in all areas of any stadium that host one of our events. The system is fully portable and as such fans may sit anywhere they choose in the stadium, alongside their family, friends and other club supporters. It is advisable to reserve these at least 48 hours prior to a match as quantities are limited.
For more information on our services for supporters with a disability please call the RFL on 0844 856 1113* or email firstname.lastname@example.org.