See some of the world’s greatest rugby league players do battle on the pitch as England welcome New Zealand for a three match Autumn International Test Series for the Bakersville Shield.
Show your support for Wayne Bennett’s men as they look to continue their good form, following their successful World Cup campaign, against a resurgent New Zealand team who will be hoping to bounce back from their World Cup woes.
With National Holidays you can watch all the drama throughout the series, with tickets available for all three matches at the KCOM Stadium in Hull, Anfield in Liverpool and Leeds’ Elland Road Stadium.
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After an impressive World Cup campaign which saw Wayne Bennett’s team reach the final for the first time in 22 years before narrowly lose 6-0 to Australia in a pulsating encounter, England welcome New Zealand for a test series in Autumn 2018.
The three match series sees the two teams revive their rivalry with games confirmed at the KCOM Stadium in Hull, Anfield in Liverpool and Elland Road in Leeds.
You can secure your tickets to all three matches with National Holidays as part of a great value package, with ticket admission, coach travel and overnight stay all included.
The last time England did battle with the Kiwis on home soil in 2015 they ran out victorious, lifting the Baskerville Shield in front of a bumper crowd in Wigan.
After a positive World Cup campaign, England will be going into the series on a high and confident of repeating their 2015 success.
In contrast, the Kiwis have everything to prove after suffering a shock World Cup quarter-final defeat to Fiji and will be hoping the rediscover the form which saw them dominate world rugby throughout 2015 and 2016.
Contests between England and New Zealand never fail to deliver excitement and thrilling drama, and the chance to see the Kiwis perform the haka up close and personal is something every sports fan must experience.