1987 World Club Challenge

The 1987 World Club Challenge (also known as the 1987 Foster's World Club Challenge due to sponsorship by brewers, Foster's) was only the second game of its kind to be played between Britain's and Australia's respective domestic rugby league champions. Maurice Lindsay chairman of 1986–87 Rugby Football League season champions Wigan, invited 1987 NSWRL season premiers, the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles to England for the game. After this memorable match, the World Club Challenge was decided to be made an official annual feature on the rugby league calendar.

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