Prince Harry busy with Sports Related Events and a New Mental Fitness Initiative

Fresh off the back of yesterday’s announcement by Prince Harry that Düsseldorf in Germany has successfully bid to host the 2022 Invictus Games, today at Buckingham Palace Prince Harry continued the sporting theme when he hosted the Rugby League World Cup 2021 draw for the men’s, women’s and wheelchair tournaments.
On the website for the tournament, the Rugby League World Cup is described as being “the pinnacle of International Rugby League since 1954”. Currently the World Cup tournament is held every four years, with a series of qualification tournaments leading up to it. The RLWC is open to all full and affiliate members of the International Rugby League (IRL).

In 2021, for the first time, the Men’s, Women’s and Wheelchair competitions are to be staged in a single, “celebratory event,” culminating in a Finals Weekend to crown the champions of each competition. 

RLWC2021 matches will be held in various cities across England showcasing what the uniqueness of each city. Host cities include Liverpool, Sheffield, Bolton, Hull, Coventry, London, Newcastle, York and Wigan and Leigh. 

A new initiative was also launched today The Rugby League World Cup 2021 Mental Fitness Charter. The Rugby Football League will be championing the importance of good mental fitness alongside the importance of physical fitness.


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