Coming up this week

  • Five Wigan Warriors teams will be in action this week.
  • Our First Team, Wheelchair First Team and Wheelchair Reserves have matches this week.
  • Our Reserves and Women’s side are also in action in a double-header at Robin Park Arena on Sunday.

Five Wigan Warriors teams are in action this week, which includes a double-header at Robin Park Arena on Sunday.


Matt Peet’s side are back in action at the DW Stadium on Friday night as they aim to secure their play off place with a victory over Salford Red Devils in Retro Round.

Supporters are encouraged to wear their Retro shirts to the contest, and tickets are available to buy now from the DW Stadium Ticket Office or online HERE.

Please note that the DW Stadium Ticket Office is closed on Bank Holiday Monday [28 August], however it will reopen as usual at 9am on Tuesday 29 August.


Our Warriors Wheelchair Reserves return to action after a five week break as they look to extend their winning run to four matches against Sheffield Eagles Wheelchair.

The contest gets underway at 1:30pm at Preston College, and supporters can purchase tickets for the game online HERE.


Our Reserves kick off a Robin Park Arena double-header at 11:30am when they take on Leeds Rhinos in a rearranged clash after the original meeting was abandoned due to an injury mid-game.

After already confirming a top two finish, the Warriors require just a point to leapfrog St Helens into first place as the sides currently sit level on points and separated on points difference.

Following the Reserves fixture, our Women’s team take on Huddersfield Giants at 2:30pm as they aim to confirm a play off place.

Entry to the double-header at Robin Park Arena is free for Season Ticket Holders, with non-Season Ticket Holders priced at £5 Adults and £3 Concessions. Our on-site Robins Nest Bar will be open on the day, but please note the bar is cashless with card payments only accepted.

Elsewhere on Sunday, our Wheelchair First Team return to action for the first time since July as they travel to the league leaders and Challenge Cup runners-up, Leeds Rhinos.

The game will get underway at 1pm at The Edge [University of Leeds], and supporters can attend the contest for free. Volunteers from the Rhinos will be running a HT raffle in which the star prize will be a signed shirt from the France Rugby League World Cup Wheelchair side – all proceeds will go to the Leeds Rhinos Foundation.

Monday 28 August 2023