Wigan Warriors are gearing up towards the 2024 and the defence of their Super League title.
Though their title defence will start the week before, their immediate focus will likely be on the 24th of February which comes in Round Two of the Betfred Super League but Wigan will not be taking part in Round Two as they take on NRL Champions Penrith Panthers.
The Panthers have held the title for the last three years but have yet to win the World Club Challenge after coming up short in 2023 against St Helens at home.
They are now headed over to England to take on Wigan and the game will be in front of a huge 22,000 fans at the very least with Wigan announcing this amazing milestone recently.
How to buy Wigan Warriors tickets
Wigan Warriors and Wigan Athletic have announced that Ticketmaster Sport will become the official Ticketing Provider for both clubs and will be launched in early 2024.
Ticketmaster is a global leader in live entertainment and sport and will provide a platform that is reliable and trusted by our supporters who will experience a seamless customer journey with an efficient and user-friendly online experience and greater control of how their tickets are managed using Ticketmaster’s state of the art platform.
There will be a focus on tickets being fulfilled digitally, either via digital tickets or print-at-home tickets which will significantly reduce the need to queue on a matchday.
Fans will be offered the opportunity of a free account for each club that will allow straightforward ticketing transactions to take place for both home and away games.
Ben Goodburn, Chairman of Wigan Athletic said: “We’re delighted to partner with Ticketmaster Sport as our new ticketing service provider. The transition to Ticketmaster represents a key strategic priority for the clubs and for our supporters. We hope this positive action demonstrates that we are listening to our supporters and implementing measures to take the club forward. Whilst we know that we have a transitional phase to overcome during the coming weeks, I’m confident that all our fans will benefit from Ticketmaster’s world-class ticketing technology in the long term”.
Kris Radlinski, Chief Executive of Wigan Warriors said: “We are excited to be launching a new ticketing system. The new system is well suited for our wider aspirations for the DW Stadium and Robin Park Arena to support our non-match day objectives to deliver a wider range of community-focused events on the Robin Park campus”.
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