Macarthur hosts International Rugby League ·

Macarthur hosts International Rugby League

International Rugby League will return to the Macarthur region on Saturday, June 23, 2018, as national teams from Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and Papua New Guinea converge for the Pacific Tests.

Two games will take place as part of the event, as PNG plays Fiji at 4pm, followed by fierce rivals, Tonga and Samoa, going head-to-head at 7.10pm. Held at Campbelltown Sports Stadium, the event will feature family-friendly activities and entertainment throughout the precinct in addition to the fast-paced action on the field. This event will showcase Campbelltown and the Macarthur region and Campbelltown Sports Stadium as the places to be.

Taking place the day before the second State of Origin match at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium, the Pacific tests will also serve as the perfect appetiser for NRL fans.

Campbelltown Sports Stadium hosted the rugby league extravaganza for the first time last year and the event was a sell-out, with 18,271 fans enjoying the matches – the venue’s biggest rugby turnout in six years.  This year’s event is expected to be equally popular, as locals and visitors to the region enjoy seeing some of the finest NRL talent from across the globe.

Tickets to the Pacific Test Invitational cost $15 per adult and $10 per child, with family tickets starting at $45. To book, go to call 4645 4358.

Pacific Test Invitational 2018

When: Saturday, June 23, 2018.

Where: Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Cnr of Pembroke Rd & Rose Payten Dr, Leumeah.

Time: Gates open at 3.45pm, event finishes at 9pm.

Cost: $15 per adult and $10 per child, family tickets from $45.

To book: Visit or call 4645 4358.


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