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Tickets for the Rugby League Four Nations end-of-season tournament will go on sale today at

The seven-match tournament will run from Saturday 25 October to Sunday 15 November with games in Brisbane Melbourne, Wollongong, Dunedin and Whangarei.,

The final will be held in Wellington, New Zealand on November 15.

The 2014 tournament includes World Champions and Four Nations title holder Australia, co-hosts New Zealand, England and Samoa.

The tournament will open on 25 October with a double header at Suncorp Stadium featuring matches between Australia and New Zealand followed by England versus Samoa. 

Ticket prices for the two games start from just $30 for an adult or $95 for a family.

Melbourne’s Spring Carnival enthusiasts can enjoy Sunday 2 November away from the race track when the Kangaroos take on England at AAMI Stadium.

WIN Stadium Wollongong will make history by hosting the venue’s first Test match between Australia and Samoa on Sunday 9 November.

“We have worked to ensure there are family friendly deals during the tournament along with attractive offers for our club members,” NRL Head of Commercial, Mr Paul Kind said.

“In 2010 we hosted a double-header in New Zealand which was very well received and we are sure that Queensland fans will embrace the opportunity to see four great international teams kick-off the tournament.”

Please find tournament dates below.

2014 Four Nations Schedule

Saturday, 25 October: Australia v New Zealand, England v Samoa at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Saturday, 1 November: New Zealand v Samoa at Toll Stadium, Whangarei

Sunday, 2 November: Australia v England at AAMI Park, Melbourne

Saturday, 8 November: New Zealand v England at Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin

Sunday, 9 November: Australia vs Samoa at WIN Stadium, Wollongong

Saturday, 15 November: Four Nations Final at Westpac Stadium, Wellington

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