Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the 2020 Season, including how to purchase a Wigan Warriors Season Ticket.
The 2020 Betfred Super League Season kicks off in just 72 days, as Wigan Warriors host Warrington Wolves at the DW Stadium on Thursday 30th January in what’s expected to be a thrilling opening fixture.
With players returning for pre-season training, fixtures, squad numbers and the 2020 home kit now on sale, 2020 is certainly starting to feel closer and closer.
With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know as a Wigan Warriors fan as the new season at the DW Stadium approaches.
2020 Fixture list
The 2020 fixture list has now been revealed, giving Cherry & White fans plenty to get excited about. Take a look below.
The Coral Challenge Cup fixtures have also been released. See below:
April 4-5: Sixth Round (Wigan Warriors enter competiton)
May 9-10: Quarter Finals
June 6-7: Semi Finals (Double Header, details TBC)
- Final: Saturday July 18, Wembley Stadium connected by EE
Sync your digital calendar with the Wigan Warriors 2020 fixture list with our Stanza ical! Click HERE.
Wigan’s lineup for the upcoming season was recently confirmed.
George Burgess will wear the No10 jersey in 2020, with fellow offseason recruit Jackson Hastings named in his favoured No31 shirt that he played in with such distinction to win Man of Steel in 2019. Mitch Clark has been handed the No22 jersey and Jake Bibby will wear the No23 shirt.
After an impressive debut season for Wigan, Zak Hardaker will wear the No1 jersey, with other notable changes seeing Bevan French wear the No6 jersey, Willie Isa in the number 11 shirt, Liam Marshall in the No2 jersey and Chris Hankinson in the No3 jersey.
Young trio Morgan Smithies (No16) Oliver Partington (No17) and Liam Byrne (No20) have all been handed new squad numbers and new recruit Kai Pearce-Paul has been given the No34 squad number.
2020 Home Kit now on sale
Drawing influence from the Club’s illustrious past as they build for a bright future, hummel’s first offering as Wigan Warriors’ official technical kit partner is an iconic look back to the 90s, with the shirt featuring a strong influence from Wigan’s memorable Grand Slam season of 1994-95.
The most notable additions for the 2020 season is the incorporation of the design of Wigan’s 1994-95 season, which saw Wigan produce some of their greatest ever rugby, securing the first ever ‘Grand Slam’ of prizes available: Regal Trophy, League, Challenge Cup and Premiership. The team were also selected as ‘Team of the Year’ for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards and set a Rugby League record points tally for all games in a single season (1,735 from 45).
2020 Season Tickets
Early Bird prices are now available with adults starting at £249, Seniors from £169 and Juniors from just £40!
This year we’ve also raised the free entry of the kids ticket from U5s to U8s!
See below for the full pricing breakdown. NOTE, the deadline for auto-renewals and renewals has now passed
Paying by installments
We also offer a finance option, if you’d rather pay in installments. Choose from 10, 8 or 6 month installments.
All Wigan Warriors fans over the age of 18 who hold a valid bank or building society account and are a resident in the UK can apply. Finance can be arranged online, when purchasing through Warriors new ticketing site.
Simply apply for your Season Ticket in the usual way and fill in the relevant Direct Debit sections when prompted to complete your purchase.
For more information, click HERE.
How to buy
There are a number of ways to purchase your Season Ticket:
Call the DW Stadium Ticket Office on 01942 311111 (Open: Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm)
Visit in person (Open: Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm)
- Buy online by heading to our eTicketing website. Simply click HERE.
REMEMBER, you have until 31st of December to take advantage of the Early Bird prices.
If you have any issues with the ticketing website, please see the below details.
You can access the new website at [https://wigan-warriors.talent-sport.co.uk] – please delete any bookmarks you may have for the old one.
We are committed to protecting your data and we can’t see the password that you will have used previously to log in, so the first thing you’ll need to do is reset it.
How to reset my password?
Click on the link above, select ‘Reset my password’ on the home page
Follow the steps to reset it.
If you have any issues in resetting your password, please contact the Ticket Office at email@example.com or on 01942 311111.
Once you’ve logged in, if you buy match tickets or Season Tickets for other supporters, make sure you link your accounts together in Friends and Family, which can be found in the My Account section.
Previous users of the old ticketing site should have received a new client code to enable them to log in via email. If you haven’t please contact the DW Stadium Ticket office who will be able to help on 01942 311111.