The NRL 2019 will be the overall 112th Season of the Professional Rugby League from the land of Australia and on the whole, 22nd season of the National Rugby League. There are a total of 16 teams that will compete in the NRL 2019. For the 13th consecutive year, the line-up of teams is to remain the same.
We should begin to talk about the leagues shortly, but first, you must know something about the pre-season of The NRL. The 2019 pre-season of the All-Stars Match was held on February 15 at AAMI Park. At the end in the 2019 World Club Challenge, saw how the NRL premiers Sydney Roosters defeated the Super League Champions Wigan Warriors. Alright, with that out of our way, let’s now talk about the NRL 2019.
First things first, State of Origin will be played in Perth for the first time in history. Game 2 of the NRL 2019 will be played at Optus Stadium. Again in a record-setting move, it was announced that the entirety of a round of games would be hosted at a single venue. Super League’s Magic Weekend concept has been adopted for the same. This event is to take place during Round 9 at Suncorp Stadium.
The duration of NRL 2019 is from March 14, 2019, to October 6, 2019. At the same time, the fresh news that’s come in about Winger Jennings is that by yesterday afternoon he inked a deal with the Tigers for the 2019 and 2020 seasons. This Winger ended his four-month-long contract limbo. That’s all for now, more as we have it.