Tickets still available for Wakefield Trinity’s landmark and emotional game against Wigan Warriors

Tomorrow marks a step forward in Wakefield Trinity’s history and a move towards their future.

It’s well documented that after years of striving for a new stadium or a redevelopment of Belle Vue, that process is set to begin after some money was given to the club from the council and the club will take their first step towards that this week with their East Stand set to come down as part of the first stride towards the redeveloped stadium.

It means that tomorrow’s game will be the last for the East Stand and will mark the ending of this chapter in Wakefield’s history and tickets are still available for that game against the high flying Wigan Warriors for anyone who should like to attend Wakefield fan or just admirer of the sport, it’ll be worth getting down to see the club move forward.

Wakefield will be hoping to move forward on the pitch as well after their thumping defeat to Salford last week in which they conceded 70 points.

They’ve had a tough time of it against Wigan as well this season with the Warriors’ scintillating attack always being red hot against Trinity.

The fixture will likely evoke memories of Leeds Rhinos’ own last stand celebrations for their old South Stand which came down in 2017. It’s last game was a 16-14 win over St Helens and Wakefield will be hoping the occasion can inspire them to victory themselves.

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