With 750 Saints supporters securing their tickets for this Sunday's away visit to Wakefield Trinity, the Club has been given extra tickets which are now available online and via our Stadium Ticket Office.
St.Helens take on Wakefield Trinity on Sunday, 3rd September in Round 24 of Betfred Super League 2023, with kick-off scheduled for 3pm at the Be Well Support Stadium.
Tickets can be purchased online here now, via the Ticket Office or over the phone on 01744 455052. They will be coming off sale at: 12pm on Saturday, 2nd September.
Standing Tickets are allocated in the West Stand of the Be Well Support Stadium.
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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 Ticket Office.
Travel is priced at £14 for 2023 Members and £16 for Non-Members, the bus will depart the Totally Wicked Stadium at 12pm on Sunday, September 3.
Please note 2023 members will need to login to their online account to receive the discount.
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.
THE STORIES HEADING INTO THE GAME…
Paul Wellens’ men are in rich vein of form as we edge nearer to the end of the regular season, winning the last five Super League matches in succession. The latest of which came on Friday night away at Castleford Tigers where a dominant first half was enough to get a 4-34 victory.
Wakefield currently sit at the bottom of the league ladder in desperate need of points and performances with the threat of relegation from Super League. Trinity have been sat in 12th spot all season, but green shoots of hope in recent weeks has re-ignited their survival drive.
After finally get their first win of the year in June over Leeds at home, Wakefield gathered some key home momentum beating Salford, Wigan in golden point, and put an out of form Warrington to the sword – all at their home, Belle Vue. In what was the biggest game of the season up to that point though, the Trin fell to what could be a crucial defeat to local rivals Castleford Tigers a fortnight ago, and followed that one up loss last week to Salford.
With four rounds remaining, Wakefield have three home games left in their campaign, starting with the visit of the current Super League and World Club Champions, St.Helens, this coming Sunday. With the hosts desperate to fight for their spot in the top-flight, in front of their own fans, and Saints wanting to confirm their place in the play-offs and further cement a spot in the upper table – both sides head into the fixture highly motivated.