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Pacific Test matches come to Campbelltown Stadium

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Media Release - 29 April 2022

Some of the Pacific’s best footballers will prepare for the upcoming Rugby League World Cup when Campbelltown Stadium hosts a double header of international rugby league on Saturday, 25 June.

Samoa will take on the Cook Islands and Papua New Guinea will play Fiji in the Pacific Test matches.

Mayor George Greiss welcomed the return of international rugby league to Campbelltown for the first time since the Pacific Test Invitational in 2018.

“The atmosphere at previous Pacific Test matches in Campbelltown has been electric so we’re incredibly excited to welcome them back and look forward to seeing a massive crowd fill the stands at Campbelltown Stadium,” Mayor George Greiss said.

“These games promise to be a great and affordable family outing and an opportunity to see some top class rugby league at our region’s premier sporting venue,” Cr Greiss said.

Tickets for the 2022 Pacific Test at Campbelltown Stadium go on sale from Tuesday 17 May.

Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for juniors and $25 for families and will be available at premier.ticketek.com.au.

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