Yes, you’ve read that correctly.
Bradford Bulls are set to play a bizarre international game with Greece prior to the World Cup starting in October of this year.
General Manager Tracey Erby told the Telegraph and Argus: “We are hoping to confirm a fixture against Greece in October immediately before the Rugby League World Cup in a rare glimpse of international action.”
For the here and now, Erby also confirmed that essential work is being done at Odsal in order to improve the facilities and surroundings.
“Much has been done by friends, colleagues and business partners to bring the Grand Old Lady back to life and rarely can the mood around the club be quite as positive as it seems to be now,” Erby continued.
“This puts a spring in the step and a smile on the face of everyone and we are all looking forward to the season that is upon us.
“Many thanks to all who have helped and all who have stepped forward to offer assistance, in whatever capacity.
“We are always looking for match day volunteers. We can’t offer you a lot other than being part of a great team and the satisfaction of knowing you are making a very positive difference to the club.”
Erby revealed: “Around the stadium you will be seeing further improvements over the next couple of weeks.
“The track is being reconstructed and the access to and from the field and barrier pitch protection will be improved considerably.
“We are upgrading the sound system and hopefully supporters will notice this once it is finished.”