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2014 Rugby League Four Nations

2014 Rugby League 4 Nations: To be, or not to be?

Date: 25/11/13

Well it’s amazing what can happen in a week of rugby league. We just witnessed one of the all-time classic rugby league games where in the 1st Semi-Final New Zealand pulled a rabbit out of their hat with 20 seconds on the clock and pulled the World Cup rug out from under the English rugby league team. The game will be talked about for years to come.

Four Nations

Don’t let the Rugby League Four Nations fall to Ashes

By Richard Cowley, Date: 12/4/13

Well it has been a big news week for International Rugby League with the BBC announcing live coverage of All England's 2013 RLWC Group games. The BBC will also broadcast one Quarter and Semi-final along with the World Cup Final. Premier Sports have won the rights to provide live coverage of all 28 RLWC games.

What slipped under the radar a little was the announcement the BBC had also won the broadcast rights for the 2014 and 2016 Four Nations along with the 2017 RLWC. It is assumed that the BBC will only be covering the games England play with the other matches going to a pay TV provider in the UK.

2016 Rugby League Four Nations

2016 Rugby League Four Nations Dates, TV Times and Fixtures

Host Nation - England and Scotland

Number of Teams - 4

2016 Four-Nations Snapshot - The 2016 Four-Nations series will be the 5th instalment of the highly successful rugby league competition. With the ongoing improvement of 2nd tier nations, the Four Nations will provide the 2014 European Championship winner Scotland a chance to play against the big three Australia, England and New Zealand. The Four-Nations will take place in England and Scotland in October / November 2016.

2011 Rugby League Four Nations

2011 Rugby League Four Nations

2011 RUGBY LEAGUE FOUR-NATIONS OVERVIEW

Host Nation - England and Wales

Number of Teams - 4

Highest Crowd - 42,344 (Wembley Stadium London)

Average Crowd - 18,295

Total Crowd - 128,066

2010 Rugby League Four-Nations

2010 Rugby League Four Nations

2010 RUGBY LEAGUE FOUR-NATIONS OVERVIEW

Host Nation - Australia and New Zealand

Number of Teams - 4

Highest Crowd - 44,324 Eden Park, Auckland (Biggest Tri/Four Nations crowd in New Zealand)

Average Crowd - 19,644

Total Crowd - 137,506

2009 Rugby League Four-Nations

2009 Rugby League Four Nations

2009 RUGBY LEAGUE FOUR-NATIONS OVERVIEW

Host Nation - England and France

Number of Teams - 4

Highest Crowd - 31,042 Leeds, England

Average Crowd - 16,484

Total Crowd - 116,089

2006 Rugby League Tri-Nations

2006 Rugby League Tri Nations

2006 RUGBY LEAGUE TRI-NATIONS OVERVIEW

Host Nation - Australia and co-hosted by New Zealand

Number of Teams - 3

Highest Crowd - 44,358 Brisbane, Australia (Record crowd for TN game)

Average Crowd - 25,825

Total Crowd - 180,774

2005 Rugby League Tri-Nations

2005 Rugby League Tri Nations

2005 RUGBY LEAGUE TRI-NATIONS OVERVIEW

Host Nation - Great Britain with games co-hosted by New Zealand and Australia

Number of Teams - 3

Highest Crowd - 28,255 Sydney, Australia

Average Crowd - 22,527

Total Crowd - 157,691

2004 Rugby League Tri-Nations

2004 Rugby League Tri Nations

2004 RUGBY LEAGUE TRI-NATIONS OVERVIEW

Host Nation - Great Britain with one game co-hosted by New Zealand

Number of Teams - 3

Highest Crowd - 39,200 Leeds, England (Record crowd for TN game in UK & Sellout)

Average Crowd - 26,053

Total Crowd - 182,368

1999 Rugby League Tri-Nations

1999 Rugby League Tri Nations

1999 RUGBY LEAGUE TRI-NATIONS OVERVIEW

Host Nation - New Zealand and co-hosted by Australia

Number of Teams - 3

Highest Crowd - 23,131 Auckland, New Zealand (Record crowd for TN game in NZ)

Average Crowd - 17,002

Total Crowd - 68,007