The first taste of match action for the Saints is coming up on Saturday afternoon against the Club's dual-registration partners, Swinton Lions! Kick-off at the Totally Wicked Stadium is scheduled for 2pm.
TICKET & ENTRY INFORMATION
The quickest and easiest method of securing your spot at the Totally Wicked Stadium is by purchasing your ticket online by visiting eticketing.co.uk/saintsrlfc. You can secure a digital or ‘Print at Home’ ticket which would not require you to visit the Ticket Office.
Only the South Stand will be open for supporters for this fixture, with all seating to be allocated. Entry on game day for supporters will therefore only be on the South Stand (South East & South West corner turnstiles).
Find out more about our ticket prices and Ticket Office hours for this fixture by clicking here.
Fans will be able to purchase entry to this fixture on game day at the Ticket Office, or directly at turnstiles in the South Stand, but please note that the Totally Wicked Stadium is a cashless venue and card only payments will be accepted at the turnstiles on game day.
*2024 Seasonal Membership does not permit entry to this fixture.
Paul Wellen’s first squad declaration for 2024 features nine members of the 2024 First Team with the headline inclusions being; Konrad Hurrell, Jon Bennison, Ben Davies, Sam Royle and McKenzie Buckley.
Click on the image below to read more about our first squad news of the year!
Swinton Lions’ squad vs St.Helens (A-Z by first name)
Andy Badrock, Cole Oakley, Dan Abram, Dec Patton, Gavin Bennion, Gavin Rodden, Jack Houghton, Jack Stevens, Jake Spedding, Jayden Hatton, Joe Purcell, Jordan Case, Jordan Gibson, Josh Eaves, Lewis Hall, Liam Cooper, Matty Chrimes, Matty Fletcher, Mikey Wood, Mitch Cox, Richard Lepori, plus two Trialists.
LAST YEAR’S RESERVES FRIENDLY
The Red V’s Reserves outfit last year also faced the Lions in January in a match that was forced to relocate to Ruskin Sports Facility’s artificial pitch due to the bad weather.
Check out how that game played out below with Saints TV’s highlights of the fixture.
The full match replay following this Saturday’s match against Swinton will be made available to watch exclusively on Saints TV. Subscribers will get all the action from the 2024 season, plus can dig through the archives as well!
WHO WILL BE THE MAN IN THE MIDDLE?
Marcus Griffiths will be the referee for Saturday afternoon’s fixture, and he will be supported by Touch Judges Denton Arnold and Peter Brooke.
WHAT KIT WILL SAINTS BE WEARING?
The Saints’ brand-new 24 Home Kit will get its first run out on Saturday against Swinton!
Our traditional white shirt with a Red Vee is a sharper, modern look, with watermark shard designs whilst the ‘V’ itself is a subtle two-tone design, a feature never before seen on a St.Helens shirt.
Get your 24 Home Kit online by visiting saintssuperstore.com!
HOW CAN I FOLLOW THE GAME?
Saints will be covering the match in full across our live Match Centre where you can find out the team news, follow live game updates, get behind the scenes photos and catch up on all the stories of the game.
Highlights and the full match replay will be available for Saints TV subscribers.
JANUARY’S MEMBERS’ OFFER
One of the benefits of being a 2024 Member is being able to access a new monthly offer from Saints Superstore!
For January we are offering 10% off all Hats, Caps, Scarves and Gloves to all 2024 Members at the Saints Superstore. Click here to take a look at a selection of products, and to find out more about this month’s Members offer click on the image below.
St.Helens R.F.C. want to ensure that everyone who comes to enjoy game days at the Totally Wicked Stadium can do so in a safe and friendly environment!
The Club would like to reiterate to supporters that it operates a zero-tolerance approach to any anti-social behaviour, at both our own home ground and when visiting other clubs’ stadiums. Misbehaviours that will not be tolerated include, but are not limited to; physical or verbal abuse, violent conduct, missile throwing, excessive alcohol misuse, and any drug misuse.
Furthermore, the use of pyrotechnics is strictly prohibited under both rugby and football ground regulations. They can cause serious injuries to those who carry them as well as fellow spectators, as well as damage to surfaces such as the playing pitch which can cost clubs thousands of pounds.
The Club during recent seasons has taken preventative actions for home fixtures, with additional stewarding and ‘sniffer’ dog patrols around the stadium. Supporters may encounter these dog patrols when approaching the stadium.
St.Helens would also like to encourage parents/guardians of children coming to the ground to ensure they are always aware of what their child is doing and where in the stadium they are at all times.