Fans under 12 will be able to watch all 13 of Warrington Wolves’ home games next season for just £26.
It comes after the club launched their 2023 memberships and revived their old ‘Wolf Pack’ scheme in a bid to bring younger fans back to the Halliwell Jones Stadium next season.
The club website reads: “Don’t miss a moment of the action as new boys Paul Vaughan and Josh McGuire join England star George Williams, the electrifying Matt Dufty and the club’s young talent for the coming Betfred Super League campaign. The Wire have brought back the “Wolf Pack” ticket category meaning that children under the age of 12 can attend matches for just £2 per game with a Wolf Pack membership. (£26 per season) in the silver, blue and south stand categories.
“The youth of this town are the future of our club, and live Rugby League shouldn’t be out of the reach of any youngster. We’ve brought back the Wolf Pack membership for under 12s with prices reduced to just £2 a game (£26) in the East and South stand. Wolf Pack members will get a special Wolf Pack membership card and lanyard that they can wear with pride, as they grow into the next generation of Wire fans!”
The club have also released very reasonable prices across the board, with Junior (12-16) season tickets available from £49.
Elsewhere Teens (17-18) can watch every home game next season from just £99, while Young Adult (18-23) and Concession (65+) season tickets are available from £160.
Adult memberships start at £240 for the South Stand, £270 for the East Stand and £280 for the North Stand at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
For more information and to buy a Warrington Wolves season ticket for 2023, click here.