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Prepare for an unforgettable day of camaraderie, celebration, and the sport we all love.



On Saturday, June 8th, the iconic Wembley Stadium will not only host the thrilling BetFred Challenge Cup Finals and the AB Sun Decks 1895 Cup, but also a grand reunion of over 500 former rugby league players and their guests.


A VIP Experience like no other


In partnership with the Rugby Football League and Rugby League Cares, we're pulling out all the stops to make this an event worthy of the legends who built the sport. You'll enjoy exclusive VIP treatment in Club Wembley seats, offering prime views of the action and the electric atmosphere of the final. Enjoy the iconic surroundings, reconnect with old friends, and share stories of past glories. A cash bar and easy access to the food outlets and restaurants of Club Wembley complete the day.


More than just a game: a celebration of community


This is more than just a day at the rugby. It's a chance to rekindle the unique bond that only rugby league can create. It's about reliving the camaraderie, the shared struggles, the victories, and the laughter that have woven together the fabric of our sport.


"Rugby league is more than a game; it's a family," says Colin Maskill, our Head of Past Players and your host for the day. "This reunion is a testament to the enduring friendships and connections that transcend generations. We're excited to bring everyone together to celebrate the legacy we've all contributed to."


Building on a legacy of success


This grand reunion builds on the success of our previous events, which have been instrumental in fostering a sense of community and belonging among our former players. We recognize the importance of staying connected to the sport and to each other, as it plays a crucial role in the well-being of our retired athletes.


Don't miss out on this historic gathering


See you at Wembley for a day of unforgettable memories and a celebration of our shared passion!


See you at Wembley!





"Being part of a past players association is like having a second family in your corner, one that understands the unique challenges of transitioning to life after sports and provides the resources and camaraderie to not just survive, but thrive” 



- Colin Maskill



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