Saints On The Road: Leigh Leopards (A)

St Helens are making the trip over to Leigh Sports Village on Friday night to take on Leigh Leopards in Betfred Super League action.

It’s our first Super League game against one our rugby league neighbours, Leigh, since 2021. With the game NOT on television for broadcast, the only way to see it live is to be there in the stands and being part of that number of travelling Saints supporters.

A big atmosphere is expected at the LSV, with over 1,900 of our fans already snapping up tickets! PLUS performing live ahead of the game will ’80s & ’90s British pop-band T’Pau with lead singer Carol Decker!


Updated: 7.3.23 14:00 –

We have sold out our initial allocation of 1,900 tickets which are all located in the South Stand. Additional tickets are now available in the East Stand at the Leigh Sports Village.

Match Tickets

Ticket VariantAdvance Purchase Price
Concession (65+) £24
18-21 £15
12-17 £10
5-11 £5
Junior Member £5

Please note: Adult Ticket prices increase by £3 if purchased on matchday.

Family Tickets (only available by the Ticket Office – not on the web) 

Ticket VariantAdvance Purchase PriceMatchday Price
1A + 1J£30.60 £34
2A + 1J £54 £60
2A + 2J £59.40 £66
2A + 3J £63 £70

Concessions are classed as: Aged 65+

Junior Members can access £5 tickets for all away games, subject to availability (2023 Members will need to login to purchase).

Under 5’s are free but a ticket must be provided via the Saints’ Ticket Office.

Tickets can be purchased online here now, via the Ticket Office at the Totally Wicked Stadium or over the phone on 01744 455052.

Tickets will be come off sale at: 12pm on Friday, 10th March – at this point Ticket Collections will be no longer available at the Saints’ Ticket Office, with tickets not yet collected to be made available at Leigh Sports Village’s Ticket Office on match night.

Ticket Office Opening Times

  • Monday to Friday – 9am – 5pm
  • Saturday – 10am – 4pm
  • Sunday – Closed
  • Match days subject to change

Postage Options

First Class postage will be available for all upcoming fixtures, both home and away, priced at just £1. Special Delivery will still be available for £5.90.

You can also collect your ticket from the Ticket Office for free.

The quickest and easiest method of securing your spot for home fixtures is by purchasing your ticket online by visiting You can secure a digital or ‘Print at Home’ ticket for matches at the Totally Wicked Stadium which would not require you to visit the Ticket Office.

Travel Information

Coach travel is priced at £11 for 2023 Members and £13 for Non-Members, the coach will depart the Totally Wicked Stadium at 6pm on Friday, March 10.

Please be aware that alcohol is not permitted on any of our club coaches which are stewarded. Any foul and abusive language or anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated on our coaches. 


St Helens suffered their first loss of the 2023 season last Friday night in agonising fashion, so Paul Wellens’ men will be out to get back to winning ways.

As part of dramatic final five minutes, Konrad Hurrell was sent off before Blake Austin slotted over a winning drop-goal to salvage the Rhinos’ start to the season and claim their first win of the year in the third round.

Meanwhile Leigh also secured their first victory of the season away at Hull KR on Friday, with Josh Charnley scoring the decisive late score.


The Saints last faced Leigh in Alex Walmsley’s Testimonial fixture of the 2022 season, but in competitive league action it was back in August 2021. It was a hard-worked but ultimately comfortable St Helens win by 42-12 at the Totally Wicked Stadium saw Jack Welsby grab a brace.

Watch the highlights of that game below, with the full match replay available on Saints TV.


Last ten meetings

St Helens 42, Leigh 12 (SLR21, 26/8/21)
Leigh 12, St Helens 22 (SLR5, 30/4/21)
St Helens 28, Leigh 6 (SLR12, 28/4/17)
Leigh 24, St Helens 16 (SLR2, 24/2/17)
Leigh 4, St Helens 78 (SLR26, 4/9/05) (at Hilton Park)
Leigh 20, St Helens 27 (SLR22, 22/7/05) (at Hilton Park)
St Helens 60, Leigh 16 (SLR9, 8/4/05) (at Knowsley Road)
Leigh 21, St Helens 4 (SBC, 23/1/94) (at Hilton Park)
St Helens 34, Leigh 16 (SBC, 19/9/93) (at Knowsley Road)
St Helens 64, Leigh 9 (SBC, 6/1/93) (at Knowsley Road)

Super League summary

Saints and Leigh have faced each other in Europe’s top rugby league competition on just seven occasions. Friday night’s home side have won just one of those games, whilst our Saints have won six.

The highest winning Saints score against Leigh (and also the widest margin) came back in 2005 at their former home, Hilton Park, in a demolition 4-78.


Our Londoner could make his 450th career appearance on Friday night. The veteran-prop has always been a popular member of the squad since joining from the 2011 season, with his passion always on show. In his time with the club he has won five Super League titles, four League Leaders’ Shields and one Challenge Cup so far.

With over 400 Super League games under his belt, his 350th Saints appearance is fast approaching – but should he take to the field against the Leopards he will reach 450 games across his career. A brilliant achievement.

(347 for St Helens – 2011-2023, 97 for Harlequins – 2006-2010, 3 for Ireland – 2017, 2 for England 2008-2009)

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