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After the sale of the beloved Westfield Centre in London, the future of the former Rugby League World Cup arena in the United Kingdom is now up in the air.
It will be the first venue to be sold in the UK since Wembley Stadium in London was taken over by Covid-19-hit club Chelsea.
As the London Stadiums redevelopment is set to kick off next year, the BBC reported the arena will be closed for a period of time to give the team and staff a break and the new stadium a chance to breathe a little easier.
But it was reported that the arena could open again in a few months, and there has been speculation that a new venue could be constructed for the 2019 World Cup in Australia.
There’s still a chance of the arena being used for the 2021 World Cup, however, and the future is still unclear.
The news comes after a bidding war for the venue, with bids from a number of potential buyers.
However, the deal is expected to be completed by next year with the first game taking place in 2020.
According to the BBC, Westfield had already made plans to relocate the stadium to another location in London after the purchase of the London Rugby League Stadium.
The news comes as the United States prepares to host the World Cup.
The team will be playing its home games in New York City, while the Americans will also be based in London.