The 2013 Rugby League Festival of World Cups start this week and the RFL has confirmed ticketing arrangements for all five competitions comprising the Women's, Student, Police, Wheelchair and Armed Forces World Cups.
The Festival of World Cups Finals Day takes place at Headingley Carnegie Stadium on Sunday July 14 when the Police, Women's and Students finals will get underway at 11.30am, 1.45pm and 4.00pm, respectively.
Tickets for the Finals Day on are on sale priced at £6 for adults and £2 for under-16s. Tickets can be bought online by clicking here or by calling the RFL Box Office on 0844 856 1113. Tickets will also be available for purchase on the day.
The Wheelchair World Cup takes place in its entirety at Medway Park, Kent, with tickets available by visiting www.medwayticketslive.co.uk or by calling 01634 338338. Tickets start from just £4 adults and £1 under-16s and fans are advised to secure tickets in advance, following last year's sold out England v France Test Match.
Events at Dewsbury Rams' Tetley's Stadium, including the host nation clashes with Australia in the Women and Police tournaments, are priced at £4 adults and £1 under-16s and are available in advance to personal callers at the Tetley's Stadium or by calling 01924 465489 during office hours.
Tickets will also be available on the day of each event and will also be available for purchase from the Dewsbury Rugby League Day on June 29, 2013 in the town centre.
Hunslet Hawks, who host all four second round Student World Cup games on Super Sunday are priced at £5 adults, with under-16s going free. Tickets are currently on sale to personal callers at South Leeds Stadium during office hours or by calling 0113 271 2730. Tickets will also be available on match days.
Featherstone Rovers will host the crunch England v New Zealand Women's clash as their main event during the tournaments and tickets are priced at £4 for adults, with children free. Tickets are available on the day and in advance to personal callers at the Big Fellas Stadium or by calling 01977 702386
Festivals games at Castleford Tigers' WISH Communications Stadium, venue for Group B matches on Wednesday July 10, Bradford Bulls' Provident Stadium and Batley Bulldogs' LoveRugbyLeague.com Stadium will all be priced at £4 adults and £1 under-16s, with tickets available on the day of the match only.
All games taking place at the Colchester Garrison for the Armed Forces World Cup will be free of charge, but fans will be able to make a donation to Services charities on the matchdays.
Hunslet Hawks coach Barry Eaton is without Danny Grimshaw (bicep) and Luke Stenchion (fractured cheekbone), while James Coyle is rated "extremely doubtful" ahead of Sunday's showdown with Gateshead Thunder.
Carl Ablett is expecting a tough and physical visit from Catalans Dragons when Leeds Rhinos host the French club at Headingley Carnegie Stadium in a First Utility Super League elimination play-off on Saturday (5.15pm).
Elliott Whitehead is confident his Catalans Dragons side can overcome Leeds Rhinos on Saturday (5.15pm) when they play them in a First Utility Super League elimination play-off at Headingley Carnegie Stadium.