RugbyL: Super League final to stay at Old Trafford
The Super League Grand Final is to remain at Old Trafford for another four years, officials announced Friday.
The agreement with English football champions Manchester United, who own Old Trafford, was made public on the eve of this season's final at the 'Theatre of Dreams' on Saturday between Warrington and Wigan.
Now the final wil remain at Old Trafford until at least 2017 which will mark its 20th anniversary.
Super League chief executive Nigel Wood said: "The Super League Grand Final is a world-class sporting event and I am delighted that we have reached agreement with Manchester United for it to remain in a world-class venue."
Manchester United group managing director Richard Arnold added: "We're excited about the extension of our relationship with Super League (Europe) for Old Trafford to host the Super League Grand Final until 2017.
"The Grand Final is always a fantastic event and it's a privilege for Old Trafford to host the players and fans of rugby league."
Old Trafford will also be the venue for the upcoming rugby league World Cup final on November 30.