All rugby league fans will have the opportunity to attend the first World Club Challenge in Australia in 20 years with tickets on sale to the general public for the February 22 clash between the NRL Telstra Premiership-winning Roosters and Super League champs Wigan at Sydney's Allianz Stadium.
Roosters, Wigan and other NRL Club members have already taken advantage of the priority purchasing window with strong interest to attend the first World Club Challenge to be played in Australia since the 1994 match between Wigan and the Broncos at Brisbane's then ANZ Stadium.
Sydney Roosters captain Anthony Minichiello was a member of the last Tricolours side to contest a World Club Challenge, when the Roosters beat St Helens 38-0 in 2003.
"The World Club Challenge is a great spectacle, and we're excited to be hosting the game at our home ground, Allianz Stadium," said Minichiello.
"Wigan are a strong outfit and it's definitely going to be a challenge for us, but we're keen to maintain and build on the standards we set last season and will be playing to win."
Public/other club members
Category 1 – Adult: $50; Concession $35; Child $25
Category 2 – Adult: $38; Concession $30; Child $20; Family $80
General Admission – Adult: $25; Concession $18; Child $10; Family $50
Chook Pen – Adult: $25; Concession $18; Child $10; Family $50
Category 1 – Adult: $55; Concession $38; Child $27
Category 2 – Adult: $40; Concession $35; Child $25; Family $100
General Admission – Adult: $30; Concession $23; Child $15; Family $60
Chook Pen – Adult: $30; Concession $23; Child $15; Family $60