There has been a bit of a debate recently surrounding the Challenge Cup final’s future home and we want to know what you think.
The Challenge Cup final has been held at Wembley for the majority of its life and it has been staged there for the previous 11 years.
Wembley has staged some fantastic Challenge Cup finals over the years and was host to Wigan’s famous eight in a row victories from 1987 to 1995.
Murrayfield, Twickenham and Millennium Stadium have staged the Challenge Cup final in the gap between the old Wembley being knocked down and the new one being reconstructed.
But with attendances falling in recent years, some people think that it is time for the Challenge Cup final to move away from the national stadium.
A number of people have got in touch with LRL’s social media pages and think that the final should be staged closer to the ‘heartlands’ so the stadium could be sold out.
However, a lot of people think it should stay at Wembley because it holds a lot of history regarding rugby league.
Some supporters have got in touch with us to say that they still love the trip down to Wembley and go every year.
We want to know what you think…
Should the Challenge Cup final stay at Wembley or move away? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.