The Ninth Universities Rugby League World Cup will take place this July in Western Sydney.
Kicking off on July 7, the tournament will feature defending champions, Australia, plus representatives from England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland.
A Combined Pacific Islands side will make up the six participants.
First played in 1986, the Universities World Cup has featured representative teams from 18 nations over it’s 31 year history.
Australia has won five of the previous eight tournaments, with New Zealand winning the other three.
Round One: July 7
13:00 – Scotland v Wales : St Mary’s Stadium
14:00 – Pacific Islands v Ireland : Ringrose Park
18:45 – Australia v England : St Mary’s Stadium
Round Two: July 9
14:00 – Ireland v Scotland : New Era Stadium
14:00 – Wales v England : Windsor Sports Complex
16:00 – Australia v Pacific Islands : Windsor Sports Complex
Round Three: July 12
14:00 – Australia v Ireland : New Era Stadium
16:00 – England v Scotland : New Era Stadium
18:00 – Wales v Pacific Islands : New Era Stadium
Finals: July 14
11:00 – Fifth v Sixth Play-Off : Windsor Sports Complex
13:00 – Semi Final One : Windsor Sports Complex
15:00 – Semi Final Two : Windsor Sports Complex
World Cup Final: July 16
16:15 – Final : Pepper Stadium