- Tickets for Wigan’s home fixture against Leigh Centurions are now on sale.
- Buy online or by calling 01942 311111.
- Wigan Warriors v Leigh Centurions, Sun 1st Aug, DW Stadium, 3pm K.O.
Tickets are now on general sale for Wigan’s Betfred Super League Round 17 tie with Leigh Centurions on Sunday 1st August.
Adrian Lam’s men face local rivals Leigh for the third time this season when the two meet at the DW Stadium. The Cherry and Whites will be looking to make it three from three against the Leythers, having won the previous two clashes.
How to buy
Fans are strongly advised to book in advance to avoid excess queuing at the DW Stadium ticket office on game day.
- Buy online – https://embed.futureticketing.ie/c/wigan-warriors/
- Call the DW Stadium Ticket Office on 01942 311111 (open Monday-Friday between 9am-5pm).
Season Ticket Holders
2021 Season Ticket holders will be receiving confirmation via email from the DW Stadium Ticket Office regarding a QR code to act as a digital season ticket for the remaining five home games. This will also mean they are able to sit in their chosen seat and no longer need to reserve a seat as done previously.
Where possible, eSeason Tickets have been issued to fans with the same seat that they occupied for the 2020 season.
Fans who had a seat in 2020 or are in the South Stand should receive an email on Friday 23rd July.
We politely ask for any new season ticket holders for 2021 to be patient and to check their emails over the next few days when an email should arrive in their inbox.
For more information, click HERE.
Following the lifting of government restrictions on Monday 19th July, the South Stand has returned to having unreserved seating. All other stands will have allocated seating.
The Club would like to welcome all our loyal supporters back to the DW Stadium now that Covid restrictions have been lifted.
As the rules on social distancing and the need to wear a face covering have been relaxed, both Wigan Warriors and the DW Stadium would encourage our supporters to carry on wearing face coverings and on sanitising their hands to protect both yourself and each other.
With turnstiles and concourse facilities now being opened up, Wigan Warriors and the DW Stadium would also ask that supporters look to maintain (whenever possible) social distancing etiquette.