- Stadium reconfiguration makes hundreds more West Stand seats available
- North Stand now closed for this fixture as a result
- Tickets now on general sale for Sunday’s game (3pm kick-off)
Tickets for Sunday’s home encounter with Huddersfield Giants (3pm kick-off) in Betfred Super League are now on general sale, with additional prime West Stand seats now also being made available for the fixture.
Following a review of the ‘Red Zone’ seating guidelines (a buffer of empty seats that is obliged to be in place around the dug outs to comply with social distancing between players and spectators) that have been in place for the past two home fixtures, we are pleased to confirm that blocks WS4 and WS7 in the West Stand can now fully re-open, with blocks WS5 and WS6 also able to partially re-open from row K up to the press box seating.
Sideline view season ticket holders who would like to take advantage of transferring to a prime view can swap their existing seats by calling 01942 311111 (weekdays 9am-5pm) or emailing [email protected] while stocks last; likewise any season ticket holder yet to claim their seats for the game can use the same contact points to secure their place.
The newly-released West Stand blocks are available exclusively for season ticket holders until 3pm on Tuesday afternoon before any remaining seats are released for general sale at that time. All other available seats in the East and South stands are already on general sale – order online here for the best view of all available seats or call the hotline number above if you prefer.
In light of the additional West Stand seating that is now available, the North Stand will now be closed for this game as our temporarily restricted capacity can be accommodated via the other three stands; supporters affected by this amendment are being contacted to offer them the best available alternative seats.
Huddersfield Giants supporters have been granted a limited allocation of tickets in the East Stand and are able to purchase tickets in block ES1 (nearest the big screen). Warriors fans are advised against purchasing tickets in this block.
Supporters coming to the game are politely reminded that our Covid Code of Conduct remains in place – hopefully for the last time before the expected removal of most ongoing restrictions – and that all tickets are issued as e-tickets that can either be printed or scanned via a mobile phone.
Our At A Glance Guide provides a simple precis of all the things you need to know if you’re attending the game.