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2017 Challenge Cup Final

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Challenge Cup Final Tickets

The University of Gloucestershire All Golds are delighted to announce they have acquired a limited number of tickets for the 2017 Challenge Cup Final to be held in August.

Not only is it a great opportunity to visit one of the greatest sports stadiums in the world. It is a great opportunity for club supporters and personal to sit together and watch the final.

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The University of Gloucestershire All Golds are delighted to announce they have acquired a limited number of tickets for the 2017 Challenge Cup Final to be held at Wembley Stadium in August.

Not only is it a great opportunity to visit one of the greatest sports stadiums in the world. It is a great opportunity for club supporters and personnel to sit together and watch the final.

The tickets we have received usually retail at £35 for Adults and £25 for concessions (Those under 16, Over 65 as well as students and military), however the club is selling them at early bird reduced prices of £27.50 and £20 respectively. Prices rise on 1st August.

To make it an all day event we are also offering coach travel (in the All Golds match day bus) from the University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus, Longlevens to Wembley Stadium. If you wish to purchase a ticket with travel prices included they are Adult £30 and Concession £25.

*NB there is a Maximum of 5 tickets per category per customer*

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The Challenge Cup is Rugby League’s most historic and prestigious competition and is the only knock-out tournament of its kind to include teams from all levels of the sport. Local community teams, student and the armed forces all compete alongside the elite of Super League.

First played in 1897 the Challenge Cup has a history and tradition like no other. The competition comes to its dramatic conclusion at the iconic Wembley Stadium on August Bank Holiday in front of 80,000 fans from all parts of the Rugby League family.

In keeping with the competition’s unique history, the day begins with The Champion Schools final featuring the two best school teams at year 7 when the stars of tomorrow have their opportunity to display their skills on the famous Wembley pitch.

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