The RFL have agreed terms with Rhino Rugby League which will see them become the official ball and training equipment provider at this year’s Four Nations.
Rhino Four Nations Ball
The RFL have agreed commercial terms with Rhino Rugby League that will see the company become the Official Ball and training equipment provider for this year’s Four Nations tournament.

Rhino, one of the leading brands in world rugby, will supply bespoke match and training balls for England, Australia, New Zealand and Scotland along with training equipment for all teams during the competition.

Already the Official Ball Partner for First Utility Super League, Ladbrokes Challenge Cup, Kingstone Press Championship and Kingstone Press League 1, this new partnership further enhances Rhino’s association with Rugby League in the United Kingdom.

RFL Commercial Director Chris Rawlings said: “Rhino Rugby League are involved throughout the game, and having them on board for a major event like the Four Nations shows their further commitment to the sport.

“They’re a well-established brand that are known worldwide, which makes them the right choice to get involved in a competition that will be broadcast to many countries this autumn.”

Rhino Rugby Director Tony Colquitt said: “Rhino have a been a partner with the RFL for over four years and we are delighted to extend this partnership into the international arena. We look forward working closely with the RFL and all of the competing nations.”

Fans wanting to purchase the new range of Rhino Four Nations merchandise will be able to from mid- September with pre-ordering available on from Monday August 1. The new balls will be stocked through selected retailers and made available on match days at Four Nations venues.

More than 50 per cent of tickets for the Four Nations are priced at £25 or less. Go to or call the Rugby League Ticket Hotline on 0844 856 1113 (calls to this number will cost 7p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge.)
Rhino Ball 2016

Friday October 28 (8.00pm): Australia v Scotland, KC Lightstream Stadium, Hull

Saturday October 29 (2.30pm): England v New Zealand, The John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield

Saturday November 5 (5.30pm): England v Scotland, Ricoh Arena, Coventry

Saturday November 5 (8.00pm): New Zealand v Australia, Ricoh Arena, Coventry

Friday November 11 (8.00pm): New Zealand v Scotland, The Zebra Claims Stadium, Workington

Sunday November 13 (3.30pm): England v Australia, The Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London

Sunday November 20 (2.30pm): Final, Anfield, Liverpool