The facility is where all of England‘s soccer teams train, and boasts 330 acres of space as well as £150 million worth of facilities.
“I’ve visited the training facilities a couple of times now with players and staff and on each occasion we’ve been really impressed with what’s on offer.
“I can already see how we’ll be getting the best out of St George’s Park when the squad comes together in October.
“In the last meeting we had we asked the players to start finding those marginal gains that can turn a good performance into victories – moving to a place like this will give England as a whole that extra push in the international series to perform at a higher level.”
RFL director of performance and coaching Jon Roberts added: “Every year we review and look for improvements and developments in our programme and are delighted to have reached an agreement to base ourselves at St George’s Park this year.
“This will allow us to continue to build upon and extend the sports science support and recovery and preparation programme.
“St George’s Park have invested heavily in the development of world-class facilities and the opportunity has arisen to move our camp this year.