THE NZ RUGBY LEAGUE MUSEUM

Yesterday’s league legends inspiring the fans and stars of tomorrow.

The New Zealand Rugby League Museum celebrates a strong history of Rugby League in New Zealand.

Established in 2007, the museum offers an insight into New Zealand’s league heritage. The museum is home to a wealth of memorabilia, including: individual photos dating back to 1907, past press coverage, match & test programmes, trophies and jerseys.  The collection also includes the original signed contract for the 1907 All Golds – the first ever rugby league team to tour internationally.  The museum is proudly tended by former Kiwi legends alongside museum curator Alan Messenger.

A visit to the NZRL Museum will enhance any Rugby League fans love of the game and broaden their knowledge and understanding of New Zealand’s history in this great game.

The museum is ideal for individual, school, community groups, or team visits.

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