Up next: Hull FC at home

St.Helens will be looking to shake off the disappointment of exiting the Challenge Cup when we host Hull FC in Betfred Super League action.

The match takes place at our home ground, the Totally Wicked Stadium on Friday night (19th April) with kick-off at 8pm.

Heading into Round 8 of the league competition, the Red V sit in fifth position but level on points with three other sides with points difference separating them.

The Saints are hurting after a loss in the Challenge Cup last Sunday afternoon which also followed a tough defeat in the South of France the week before. Paul Wellens men will be highly motivated to right a couple of wrongs and put in a better and more positive performance for themselves and for the Saints faithful supporters.

Hull FC head into this fixture with Simon Grix and Francis Cummins in charge of the team following the departure of Tony Smith as Head Coach last week. The Black & Whites also saw two players leave the club, with Tex Hoy and Fa’amanu Brown choosing to leave Humberside.

It’s been a tough season for the Black & Whites so far, winning just one match out of seven in the league, and being knocked out of the Challenge Cup themselves in Round Six by Huddersfield Giants. The week off may have been beneficial for the Airlie Birds with new men in interim charge, a chance to rest and recharge, and look to improve their fortunes.


Match tickets start from just £26 for adults and an incredible £5 for juniors aged 12 and under, with Under 5s tickets FREE!

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.

Fans can visit the Ticket Office during opening hours, or contact us by calling 01744 455 052.

Ticket Office Opening Times

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


The Red V last took on the Black & Whites back in September 2023 in what was the final regular season round. Saints went into the fixture joint top of the league, level on league points with Wigan and Catalans but separated by points difference.

St.Helens got the job done with a solid 30-12 victory to make it nine wins in a row in the league, Jack Welsby shone scoring a brace of scores, the latter of which was a try from distance.

Take a look at Saints TV’s highlights of the game below.

Watch back this match in full on Saints TV!


St Helens and Hull FC continue to honour the legacy of the late great Steve Prescott MBE, with Friday night’s match as the first leg of the Steve Prescott Cup 2024.

The annual contest between the Saints and the Black & Whites is played over the regular season meetings between the two sides, with the team who has the highest aggregate score across the home and away league fixtures winning the trophy.

Take a look at the brilliant work that the Steve Prescott Foundation continues to do below ⤵️

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