Broncos announce Perpignan plans

London Broncos will look to even up the score with Leeds Rhinos on Saturday 9th July when the club takes its round 20 home game on the road to the South of France.

This will be the ninth year in succession for London to take a game on the road and, up against the champions; it should attract a massive following across the channel.

It is also expected that the traveling party (of Broncos and Rhinos fans) will easily surpass that of previous years' road games.

If you plan your trip early enough, you could have yourself a fabulous summer break, along with a cracking Super League game to boot.

Tickets are now on sale (from just ?15) for this big event. An exclusive corporate dinner and the French Championship ? Final will precede the main game which kicks off at 7pm.

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As London Broncos prepare for this Saturday night?s home return against St Helens the club is set to be supported by hundreds of young, budding Broncos.

Hundreds of the Broncos biggest (yet smallest) fans, who play junior and mini league in the capital, will be at Griffin Park for this massive event.

The junior rugby league season in London is just about to kick off and in recognition of all the hard work undertaken throughout Greater London in recent months, the Broncos have invited EVERY London based junior rugby league player to the game FREE of charge!

If you play the game, whether in a club or at school, you are entitled to come along to the game for FREE. If you have not already heard about this special deal through your school or club, get your coach or teacher to call the club as soon as possible.

Marketing assistant, Stacy Roth commented: ?As a club we have a strong history of supporting and promoting the development of rugby league in London."

We know just how important it is for us to fully embrace the playing community, as well as our own local community."

We've been very pleased with the progress in recent years, with more and more clubs being founded down here, and today more kids than ever before are now playing in schools and junior leagues."

?We know this match is going to be a massive game with a great atmosphere, and we wanted to give every child in London who plays our game the chance to be there.?

The Broncos have already given away over ?6000 worth of tickets to this match to junior league players.

If your team has not yet been contacted by Broncos staff, please have your team manager or coach contact Stacy Roth on 0208 232 1566 or [email protected] by Tuesday 13th April to sort out tickets for your club.

Tickets for London Broncos v St Helens (6pm Saturday, 16th April) are now on sale - it should be a RAZZLE DAZZLE game and the best seats will sell well in advance. Adult tickets bought in advance attract a ?3 discount per ticket. A ?2 booking fee applies per transaction, not per ticket bought. Call 0871 222 1132.

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