WARRINGTON Wolves and its Charitable Foundation have pteamed up with LiveWire to celebrate community sport in the town as the Wire host the Toronto Wolfpack at The Halliwell Jones Stadium on Friday, February 21, 7.45pm.
This fixture will be the club’s annual community club game and, this year, will be inclusive of juniors playing all forms of sport in the town.
LiveWire, a Community Interest Company (CIC) that runs leisure, libraries and lifestyles services on behalf of Warrington Borough Council, has worked extensively with Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation in previous years, aims to help improve the health and wellbeing of Warrington, with any revenue generated reinvested back into developing and improving its facilities and services for the community to use.
Representatives from partner community clubs Crosfields, Rylands Sharks, Latchford, Culcheth Eagles, Burtonwood Bulldogs, Chester Gladiators, Woolston Rovers and Bank Quay Bulls, plus junior players from sports clubs across the town will attend on the night with a ticket offer of £5 adults and £1 juniors to bring our West Stand terrace to life.
The highly anticipated fixture will be the first league match between the Wire and the Wolfpack, and could see former Rugby Union international opponents Luther Burrell and Sonny Bill Williams go head to head, while Wire’s marquee man Gareth Widdop is in contention to make his debut.
Tickets for this Round 4 fixture are on sale now in the Official Club Store and online at warringtonwolves.com
If you are part of a local community sports club and want to be part of Warrington Wolves Community Day, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.