OFFICIAL TRAVEL PACKAGES
Official Supporter Tours by Glory Days are holidays like no other. Official match tickets, travel and accommodation are all taken care of – what we do is get you closer to the action than ever before. Our packages include, as standard:
- Flights (if overseas)
- Optional Excursions
- Exclusive Rugby League Experiences
As standard, our tours provide guaranteed exclusive official Rugby League experiences such as:
- Exclusive Access to a Captains Run
- Pre-match Q&A sessions
- Player Appearances
We also include Private match analysis sessions with other RL Celebrities.
Rugby League Lions 2019
We were once again delighted to be the Official Supporters Tours for this event
This was a spectacular event with outstanding RL experiences, including a visit to Papua New Guinea. With matches also played in New Zealand, our customers were able to see much of this amazing country on our tour.
We were also the official Travel package supplier for the RLWC 2017, Leeds Rhinos WCC 2018 for England Rugby League and Leeds Rhinos, and England v New Zealand in Denver. This gave customers exclusive player experiences, excellent seats at all Stadiums, and fantastic Tour Managers throughout, as well as the usual high-quality flight and accommodation inclusions.
Glory Days are proud to have the possibility of being involved in many Rugby League Events over the next few years, both within the UK and overseas. All our packages are 100% official, and carefully selected to allow customers to make the most of the event, and host country.
At present, not all are confirmed events or confirmed as Official Travel packages by Glory Days but it’s a flavour of what we expect to be involved in.
- RLWC 2021 – Captains Club
- NRL Grand Final Tour
- World Club Challenges
- State of Origin Tour
- Challenge Cup Final
- Super League Grand Final
- RLWC2025 – TBC
“The revival of the Rugby League Lions this autumn is a really exciting prospect for all our players, and it would be fantastic to see a big following for the team.
You’ll all have seen the pictures of supporters cheering on the Lions on previous trips, with great victories such as the third Test in Sydney in 1988, and the big win in Melbourne four years later.
It would be great for the players to have that sort of backing again when we take on the Kiwis, the Tongans and the Kumuls later this year.
Lions tours in Rugby League have a rich history, and everyone involved is determined to add to that. We’ll all be ambassadors for the game on the other side of the world – players, officials and supporters.
For those of you who make the long journey, your support and commitment will certainly be appreciated by the squad, and we look forward to meeting you on some of the excursions you have planned.
It should be a great experience and adventure for all of us!”
Kevin Sinfield, MBE
(Director of Rugby, Leeds Rhinos and England Performance Unit)