Saints Women will kick-off the Betfred Women's Super League this Sunday afternoon, 15th May, in a huge clash with the Wigan Warriors at the Totally Wicked Stadium.
Having retained the Betfred Women’s Challenge Cup, following a record attendance at a Women’s Rugby League fixture at Elland Road last weekend, the Saints Women begin their search for yet another trophy…
WHAT TIME DOES THE MATCH KICK-OFF?
Gates will open at 1pm for a 2pm kick-off. The Totally Wicked North Stand will host all fans, with all seating unallocated.
Tickets are FREE for all 2022 Members, who just need to scan their 2022 Membership card at the turnstile to gain entry.
For non-members tickets are just £5 for adults and £3 for under 16s.
You can pre-order your tickets online here. Please note, that all pre-ordered tickets must be collected by 4pm on Saturday 14th May (the day before the fixture) as the Ticket Office at the Stadium will not be open on gameday.
You can also walk-up and pay on the turnstile either via cash or contactless payment on gameday itself.
Car parking is available on the main stadium car parks on a first come, first served basis.
FOOD & DRINK
A selection of hot and cold snacks and refreshments will be available from our Marching Inn kiosk located in the North Stand. We operate contactless payment only, in our food and drink kiosks.
Saints Women will wear the famous RedV for the match, the replica version of our ladies 2022 Home Shirt is available to order online here.
Look out for the squad announcement and further build-up to the game all week on the Club’s media channels.
To keep up to speed with all of the latest news and updates on our Women’s team with our recently launched social media channels which you can follow here.
Saints Women’s Captain Jodie Cunningham said on the fixture: “I’m just really excited to get going, Wigan being a Derby as the first game always has a little extra taste to it. The girls are licking their wounds, getting all fixed up this week making sure that we’re ready for that game, and full focus is now on making sure that we back up and get that grand final win. It’ll be tough, but the girls are ready, they’re going to really give it to us, and we’re going to give it right back.”
On the Saints supporters: “For me I don’t think they realise how important they are especially to the Women. Of course, to the Men as well but I think especially to the Women, I don’t think they realise how much of a difference they make not only to the performance but to the occasion. Having them turn up, young girls, families turning up to support the Women, and really making stars of the Women, it’s huge for us.
“Firstly, thank you for everything they’ve done so far, but secondly, keep coming, keep getting down.”