RLWC2013 Hosts & Nations


Bristol, England

Memorial Stadium, Filton Avenue, Horfield, Bristol, BS7 0BF

Memorial Stadium

Matches at Memorial Stadium - Group D

Wed Oct 30 KO: 8:00pm
USA
Cook Islands
MATCH REPORT

Bristol proud to host world class sport

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Bristol plays host to USA v Cook Islands in the Rugby League World Cup 2013. This world class event, added to the many major events held in the city, from the International Balloon Fiesta to food festivals and art fairs, will make 2013 the year to visit. Spend a few days in the city to enjoy great sport and discover Bristol’s historic harbour, stylish shopping and great museums and attractions.

 

Bristol is perfectly located for exploring South Wales and the South West of England

The city of Bristol makes an ideal base for exploring the South West of England and Cardiff during the Rugby League World Cup 2013 in October.  Close to the M4 and M5 motorways, Bristol also boasts excellent rail links to London (1 hour and a half), Cardiff (45 minutes) and the South West coastal towns (1 – 2  hours).  The city is packed with a range of accommodation options, from boutique guesthouses and sophisticated hotels, to budget bed and breakfasts and friendly hostels. 

 

Bristol blends its rich maritime heritage with an innovative, dynamic culture, making it one of the most cosmopolitan centres outside London.  Compact enough to get around on foot, yet big enough to boast an exciting line-up of entertainment, Bristol has much to offer from the iconic 19th century Clifton Suspension Bridge to Brunel’s ss Great Britain in the thriving Harbourside. There are also fine museums and galleries and family-friendly attractions including Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol Aquarium and At-Bristol science centre.

 

Bristol is well-known for its locally-produced food and drink with many award-winning restaurants, markets and funky live music bars serving popular dishes. The city is also a mecca for shoppers looking for high street fashion and designer brands, whilst party seekers will enjoy Bristol’s range of friendly pubs, cocktail lounges, underground clubs and popular gig nights.

 

For more information on visiting Bristol see www.visitbristol.co.uk

 

USA

USA

For more info on the USA and the Rugby League Team click here to view the team page

Cook Islands

Cook Islands

For more info on the Cook Islands and the Rugby League Team click here to view the team page

AreaAdults (Early)Concessions
Cat 1 20.00 10.00
Cat 2 15.00 7.50
Cat 3 10.00 5.00
ticketmaster

To buy tickets online click here

For help or group bookings call: 0844 847 2013 option 3

  • Car
  • Bus
  • Train

Bristol Parkway station is 3.05 miles from the Memorial Stadium and Bristol Temple Meads station is 4.49 miles away. It is also served by bus routes 70,73,75,76,77,309,310.

www.Travelbristol.org

Tourist Information - 0906 711 2191

 

By Bus

From the City centre, services 73 and 74 run along Filton Avenue, directly past the Memorial Stadium. Services 71 and 72 stop in Ashley Road, a short walk from the ground. Services 75, 76 and 77 will stop in Gloucester Road, almost opposite Filton Avenue, and will mean a short walk to the ground.

The Memorial Stadium is served by bus services 70, 73, 75, 76, 77, 309, and 310.

 

Bristol Temple Meads Station

Connected with all major routes

Then it's a 30 min walk to the ground.

Also contact tourist information on 0171 325 648

Visit Bristol's accomodation website by clicking here.