The Magic Weekend is an annual event organised by the Rugby Football League in which an entire round of Super League matches is played over a weekend at a single stadium to promote the sport of rugby league. The first event was held at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff in 2007, and subsequent events have taken place at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh; the Etihad Stadium, Manchester; St James' Park, Newcastle, and Anfield, Liverpool. Having established itself on the English rugby league calendar,
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Magic Weekend 2021: Saturday's talking points and team news for Super League at St James' Park Watch all three games from day one of the Betfred Super League's Dacia Magic Weekend in Newcastle ...
Magic Weekend 2021: The star players from Super League's two days in Newcastle Three players each from Catalans Dragons and Warrington Wolves make our team, with Wakefield Trinity, Hull Kingston ...
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Betfred Super League Magic Weekend Venue: St James' Park, Newcastle Date: Saturday 4 & Sunday 5 September Coverage: Updates on BBC local radio and live scores and reports on the BBC Sport website
The fixtures for the 2021 Dacia Magic Weekend, scheduled over the weekend of September 4-5 at Newcastle’s St James’ Park, have today been confirmed. A bumper weekend of action, all live on Sky Sports, will kick-off on the Saturday with Castleford Tigers taking on Salford Red Devils before reigning Betfred Super League Champions, St Helens, face Catalans Dragons.
Toulouse Olympique have handed a new contract to a former rugby union star, Serious About Rugby League has reported. Inglis on Warrington. Greg Inglis has had his say on why he joined Warrington, Serious About Rugby League has reported. Magic Weekend venues. Serious About Rugby League has revealed five potential future venues for the Magic Weekend.
It was another memorable Magic Weekend in Newcastle, with over 60,000 fans attending games at St James' Park on Saturday and Sunday. There were plenty of highlights too, with Catalans securing a first League Leaders' Shield in dramatic fashion against reigning Super League champions St Helens, and Leeds taking another step closer to the Super League play-offs with their own extra-time victory ...
The Magic Weekend is easily one of the highlights of the Super League year. But something that comes up most years is where the Magic Weekend should be held. There was a lot of public indignation when the fan favourite of Newcastle and St. James’ Park as the host was switched to Anfield with many arguing it fell short of expectations.