Wigan’s 2023 fixtures confirmed

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Wigan’s 2023 fixtures confirmed

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Wigan Warriors’ fixtures for the 2023 Betfred Super League season have been confirmed.

There are 27 rounds overall, including the Magic Weekend, with Wigan facing Hull KR, Wakefield Trinity, Catalans Dragons and Leigh Leopards three times throughout the 2023 campaign.

In a repeat of 2022, the Cherry and Whites will travel to Hull KR in the opening round. The Warriors will play the Robins on Saturday 18th February at 1pm in the first game of the new campaign to be broadcast live on Channel 4.

Wigan’s first home game comes in Round 2 as Wakefield Trinity visit the DW Stadium on Friday 24th February.

Round 7 will see the return of the Battle of the Borough as Wigan make the short trip to the newly promoted and newly rebranded Leigh Leopards on Thursday 30th March.

Eight days later is Rivals Round as Wigan welcome St Helens to the DW Stadium. The Good Friday will take place on Friday 7th April at 3pm.

To round off three consecutive rounds against local rivals, the Warriors travel to the Halliwell Jones Stadium to face Warrington Wolves on Friday 14th April.

In what is always a fiery Lancashire-Yorkshire clash, the first 2023 meeting between Wigan and Leeds will be in Round 12 on Friday 13th May at the DW Stadium.

As confirmed previously, the Warriors will play Catalans Dragons at the Magic Weekend. Taking place at Newcastle’s St James’ Park for a seventh time, this will be the middle game on the opening day on Saturday 3rd June and the first meeting between the two sides at Magic Weekend. Tickets are now on sale, click HERE for the full details.

On Friday 9th June, Wigan will be the visitors at the Totally Wicked Stadium for the second meeting with St Helens in 2023.

The Warriors will host Warrington a week later, before welcoming Leigh to the DW Stadium on Friday 28th July.

Round 23 will see Wigan make the trip to the South of France to face Catalans Dragons. The game at the Stade Gilbert Brutus will take place on Saturday 26th August (6pm K.O. local time, 7pm K.O. UK time).

Following a trip to Leeds on Friday 8th September, the Cherry and Whites will play their final regular home game of the campaign against Castleford Tigers on Friday 15th September.

The final regular round of the 2023 season will see Wigan make a second trip to local rivals Leigh on Friday 22nd September.

Wigan’s 2023 Betfred Super League fixtures, Challenge Cup and Super League Play-Off dates and confirmed broadcast selections up until Round 15:

Round 1: Hull KR (A), Saturday 18th February, Sewell Group Craven Park, 1pm, Channel 4.
Round 2: Wakefield Trinity (H), Friday 24th February, DW Stadium, 8pm.
Round 3: Castleford Tigers (A), Friday 3rd March, Mend-A-Hose Jungle, 8pm.
Round 4: Catalans Dragons (H), Thursday 9th March, DW Stadium, 8pm, Sky Sports.
Round 5: Huddersfield Giants (A), Friday 17th March, John Smith’s Stadium, 7:45pm.
Round 6: Salford Red Devils (H), Friday 24th March, DW Stadium, 8pm.
Round 7: Leigh Leopards (A), Thursday 30th March, Leigh Sports Village, 8pm, Sky Sports.
Round 8: St Helens (H), Rivals Round, Friday 7th April, DW Stadium, 3pm, Sky Sports.
Round 9: Warrington Wolves (A), Friday 14th April, Halliwell Jones Stadium, 8pm, Sky Sports.
Round 10: Wakefield Trinity (H), Sunday 23rd April, DW Stadium, 3pm.
(International Weekend: w/c 24th April)
Round 11: Hull FC (A), Thursday 4th May, KCOM Stadium, 8pm, Sky Sports.
Round 12: Leeds Rhinos (H), Friday 12th May, DW Stadium, 8pm, Sky Sports.
Round 13: Hull KR (A), Thursday 25th May, Sewell Group Craven Park, 8pm, Sky Sports.
Round 14: Catalans Dragons (N), Magic Weekend, Saturday 3rd June, St James’ Park, 3:45pm, Sky Sports.
Round 15: St Helens (A), Friday 9th June, Totally Wicked Stadium, 8pm, Sky Sports.
(Challenge Cup Quarter Finals: w/c 12th June)
Round 16: Salford Red Devils (A), Sunday 25th June, AJ Bell Stadium, 3pm.
Round 17: Huddersfield Giants (H), Friday 30th June, DW Stadium, 8pm.
Round 18: Wakefield Trinity (A), Friday 7th July, Belle Vue, 7:45pm.
Round 19: Warrington Wolves (H), Friday 14th July, DW Stadium, 8pm.
(Challenge Cup Semi Finals: w/c 17th July)
Round 20: Leigh Leopards (H), Friday 28th July, DW Stadium, 8pm.
Round 21: Hull KR (H), Friday 4th August, DW Stadium, 8pm.
(Challenge Cup Final: Saturday 12th August)
Round 22: Hull FC (H), Friday 18th August, DW Stadium, 8pm.
Round 23: Catalans Dragons (A), Saturday 26th August, Stade Gilbert Brutus, 7pm (UK time).
Round 24: Salford Red Devils (H), Friday 1st September, DW Stadium, 8pm.
Round 25: Leeds Rhinos (A), Friday 8th September, Headingley Stadium, 8pm.
Round 26: Castleford Tigers (H), Friday 15th September, DW Stadium, 8pm.
Round 27: Leigh Leopards (A), Friday 22nd September, Leigh Sports Village, 8pm.
(Play-Off Eliminators: Friday 29th and Saturday 30th September)
(Play-Off Semi Finals: Friday 6th and Saturday 7th October)
(Grand Final: Saturday 14th October)

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10 of our first 15 games on TV!
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I imagine it’s the reward for being the best attacking side in the comp
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Charriots Offiah wrote: Thu Nov 03, 2022 12:46 pm 10 of our first 15 games on TV!
Get in there, that makes a change
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The article doesn’t mention that we also play Salford three times!
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Big stick wrote: Thu Nov 03, 2022 12:49 pm I imagine it’s the reward for being the best attacking side in the comp
It will have an impact on season ticket sales, I hope the club can make money through advertising.
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Wish the fixture list contained more Saturday and Sunday games.

It’s a pain getting to the DW on a Friday night not being from Wigan
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Charriots Offiah wrote: Thu Nov 03, 2022 12:46 pm 10 of our first 15 games on TV!
That's good for me (and anyone else who can't get to games).
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Warriors 2023 i-Calendar

Following the announcement of the 2023 Betfred Super League fixtures, you can add all Wigan Warriors fixtures and key events to your digital calendar at the click of a button!

Make sure you never miss a game in the upcoming season by linking your personal digital calendar with our fixture list. Simply click the ‘Add to Calendar’ button below to apply the calendar sync.

Please note, fixtures may be subject to change. **

The 2023 Betfred Super League fixtures are now live and can be found in full HERE and by downloading the Stanza i-Calendar. Here are some of the highlights:

Round 1: Hull KR v Wigan Warriors, Saturday 18th February (1pm K.O.)
Round 2: Wigan Warriors v Wakefield Trinity, Friday 24th February (8pm K.O.)
Round 8: Wigan Warriors v St Helens (Good Friday), Friday 7th April (3pm K.O.)
Round 14: Catalans Dragons v Wigan Warriors (Magic Weekend), Saturday 3rd June (3:45pm K.O.)
Round 15: St Helens v Wigan Warriors, Friday 9th June (8pm K.O.)
Round 23: Catalans Dragons v Wigan Warriors, Saturday 26th August (6pm K.O.)
Season Tickets

2023 season tickets are now on sale. There is still chance to get a Season Ticket at our Early Bird price until Friday 30th December 2022. For all the information on Season Tickets, including pricing and how to buy click HERE.

2023 Home & Away Kit

We recently announced our 2023 Home & Away Kits and they are available to purchase now in-store and online.

Our home kit remains traditional with the home shirt consisting of Cherry and White hoops with additional flashes – originating from the first ever Wigan home shirt which consisted of cherry and white colours. The away kit for 2023 is navy and features a neon design consisting of multi-coloured flashes, a purple trim and an ombre gradient effect on the Club’s badge.

You can get kitted out for the new season by clicking HERE.

https://wiganwarriors.com/blog/2022/11/ ... -calendar/

** please follow the clubs official link to get the link for Stanza i-calendar 😊
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But to stand behind a team, to defend a team when it is down and really needs you,
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