Adult tickets for this Saturday’s game against Salford City Reds (kick-off: 6.15pm) at Leigh Sports Village have now sold out from the Wildcats retail outlets.
Fans have snapped up the allocation of 300 adult tickets by earlier this afternoon, but supporters are advised that they will be able to purchase tickets on the turnstiles this Saturday at no extra charge.
The turnstiles are cash only, with no tickets available from the the ticket office at Leigh.
There are less than 80 junior swap tickets available for Saturday’s game from the Wildcats and where possible, supporters are asked to swap in advance of Saturday. Leigh have confirmed that they will accept the junior swap voucher on the turnstile on Saturday evening.
There are approximately 80 concessions tickets remaining priced at £15 for students and seniors. The majority of these tickets are printed as students, however, the club has spoken to the ground safety officer at Leigh who has said any seniors in possession of a ticket printed as ‘Student’ will have no issues with getting in at the turnstiles.
Ticket prices are as follows:
The Wildcats supporters will be situated in the South Stand (unreserved seating) at Leigh which has a capacity of approximately 1,900. Please ignore the stand that is printed on your ticket as this was valid for the Salford City Stadium.
Travel is priced at £8.50 for members and £9.50 for non-members and will depart the Rapid Solicitors Stadium at 3.30pm and Wakefield Bus Station at 3.45pm.
The club have secured seven coaches to take fans to the game as part of the Away Travel Club and have a waiting list for anyone else interested in travelling with the club, subject to availability of further coaches.
If the club have not been able to source coaches for people on the waiting list by 3pm on Thursday then supporters will be informed via the website so they can make alternative travel arrangements.
For those intending to make their own way to Leigh Sports Village, travel information is below:
By car: Leigh Sports Village is just 5 minutes from Leigh Town Centre. Situated on Atherleigh Way (just off A580 East Lancs Road) it is easily accessible from the major road networks (including M6, M60, M61 and M62). If using Sat Nav, please use postcode ‘WN7 4GY’.
By train: Artherton Train Station is located approximately 4 miles for Leigh Sports Village, with services running on a regular basis within the Greater Manchester area. Bus stops are located in close proximity to the train station with the 582 service to Leigh town centre running every 10 minutes.
Or for a more in-depth look at how to travel to Saturday’s fixture click HERE
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