Wembley Beckons For England?

ENGLAND will want to be a part of the ‘The Big Hit’ double header of Rugby League World Cup semi-finals on November 23.

The Big Hit was launched by London Mayor Boris Johnson and Wembley legend Martin Offiah under the shadow of Tower Bridge last month, and he believes Steve McNamara’s men have the potential to make history this autumn.

“Wembley is a fantastic stadium. The old one ground has left a huge legacy and the new ground is already building one of its own and honouring that history,” he said. “I played in a World Cup Final there in 1995. They’re all great memories.”

England are hotly tipped to make the final four, and Offiah believes the team has the potential to go even further.

“We saw what happened in 2012 with the Olympics, and the feel-good factor and publicity was driven by the success of Team GB,” he noted.
“Now I don’t want to put too much pressure on Steve and the boys, as I know they will give it their all, but I’ll be backing them all the way, and I hope the rest of the country will be too.”

Tickets for The Big Hit are on sale now, with adult admission starting from just £20 (£10 concessions).

To make sure you will BE THERE buy now at www.rlwc2013.com or call our 24 Hour Ticket Hotline on 0844 847 2013.

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