The final game of the 2015 International Series between England and New Zealand at DW Stadium, Wigan on Saturday November 14 as been announced as a sell-out.
All tickets have been snapped up by fans wanting to see the home nation battle it out against the world’s No1 side.
Supporters’ only opportunity to see England now is on Saturday at Olympic Stadium. Tickets are selling fast for the second game and organisers have warned fans to buy now if they want to see the first ever Rugby League game to played at the iconic London venue.
England coach Steve McNamara said: “The atmosphere and crowd at Hull on Sunday was just what we needed to kick the series off. To hear that DW Stadium has now sold out is even better.
“Over 43,000 tickets have now been sold for London and that figure is increasing by the day. Fans want to be at the big events and they don’t come much more bigger than these three games.
“Not only are the best Rugby League players on show, but some of the finest athletes in the World. The first game was just a taste of what is to come between these two extremely talented and entertaining sides. We’re going show everyone how good England are in the capital and win this series.”