Skolars set for 2018 World Cup Fever!

London Skolars 1995 Clubhouse bar will play host to live screenings of this summers England World Cup 2018 games.

Hosted in Russia, the Three Lions face group games against Tunisia, Panama and Belgium. All three games will be shown live in the Skolars New River clubhouse with a range of drink and food deals to help cheer the boys to victory.

A giant projector will be in place along with 2 large screens to help fans see all the action.

A limited number of 120 tickets for each game are available for the events priced at just £3. Each ticket guarantees a free drink on entry.

The games to be screened live are:

June 18th: England v Tunisia @ 9pm

June 24th: England v Panama @3pm

June 28th: England v Belgium @ 8pm

Tickets can be bought through our ticket partners Eventbrite via: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tunisia-england-world-cup-2018-live-screening-tickets-46143935754

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London Skolars have issued a statement in response to an article published over the weekend.
Non-executive Director and majority shareholder, Hector McNeil, said:

 

“Contrary to the article in the Telegraph and Argus this weekend where Andrew Chalmers CEO of Bradford Bulls stated Wigan RL owner Ian Lenagan is becoming an investor in London Skolars, this is not the case.

London Skolars have not agreed any investment by Ian, Wigan or any other club or investor. The club has a great relationship with Ian and Wigan, namely around the highly successful Capital Challenge held annually in January at the Honourable Artillery Company.

It is true the club is currently conducting a capital raise to fund investment on and off the field to help us achieve promotion to the Championship and beyond.

As owners, we are actively seeking investment from existing shareholders and also discussing expressions of interest with several interested third parties. All parties are in agreement that the game of rugby league has vast global potential, illustrated with the rise of friends London Broncos alongside overseas success stories such as Toronto, Catalans and Toulouse. What most expansionists agree is that there is a fundamental need for top flight rugby league club in London and in key geographies.

But to be clear, no investment has been currently agreed. We do however remain receptive to serious enquiries from any investors interested in joining our ambitions to establish a world class rugby league club in the centre of London.”

London Skolars lost a tough contest, 54-16 against former World Club and Super League Champions, Bradford Bulls.

The Skolars scored 3 times at the Provident Stadium through Ryan Burroughs, Eddie Mbaraga and Phil Lyon before the men from Odsal pulled away.

Full match report to follow.

London Skolars have announced the 19 man squad for the clash against former Super League Champions, Bradford Bulls, at Provident Stadium, tomorrow 3pm.

There is a debut for former St Helens centre Matt Fleming while Jy-mel Coleman drops out of the squad due to injury. Record points scorer Phil Lyon returns along with dual registered London Broncos players Rob Butler and Matt Davies.

Check out all the action tomorrow from 3pm on the official Skolars Twitter page for live score updates: @LondonSkolarsRL

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