Brian Noble says a tri-nations series between South Sydney Rabbitohs, Wigan Warriors and Toronto Wolfpack in Canada would sell-out.
Toronto Wolfpack director of rugby Noble is very much open to the idea of welcoming NRL and Super League clubs to Canada to host a tri-nations type series.
And even though Toronto’s aim is to get into Super League, Noble says the club want to have a good relationship with the NRL as well.
He told NRL.com: “We have to qualify for Super League but we are quietly confident and our aspirations are to be number one, so we want to be engaged with the NRL and we want to be engaged with rugby right across the world.
“Our message to NRL clubs is to come to Toronto, we think the people of Toronto would love that and it will be an unbelievable experience for everyone.
“We want Super League clubs to come over here, that is why we are trying to qualify for Super League and we are working really hard in relation to that, but we are open and up for anything and we see the future of the game in events.
“For example, if South Sydney and Wigan and the Wolfpack played a round robin in Toronto, the experience for everybody would be unbelievable and it would be a sell-out. I promise you there would be no better place to do that than in the middle of Toronto.”
The Wolfpack are currently top of the Betfred Championship after gaining promotion from League 1 last year. They are now the favourites to gain promotion to Betfred Super League.