With less than 24-hours to go until the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi-final between Warrington Wolves and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats at Leigh Sports Village, excitement is building and tickets are selling fast as both teams and their fans nervously wait to see whether the 80 minutes on the field will be taking them to Wembley Stadium in August.
Leigh Sports Village and The RFL are looking forward to seeing both sets of supporters descend on the semi-final venue for what is a big day for all involved. Everyone is encouraged to enjoy the event and asked to comply with ground regulations and ticket terms and conditions. Spectators who are visibly under the influence of alcohol will not be permitted to enter the stadium.
Leigh Sports Village Chief Executive, Simon Toon said: “Leigh Sports Village would like to extend a warm welcome to Warrington Wolves and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats for the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi-final.
“We are certain it will be a great occasion for all spectators to enjoy, while being respectful of the rules and regulations of the stadium and the RFL. We would therefore ask people who are drinking alcohol to do so responsibly.
“We wouldn’t want to refuse anybody access to Leigh Sports Village or have them removed them from the stadium.”
For more information on Leigh Sports Village and getting to the ground, please visit http://www.leighsportsvillage.co.uk/
Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi-final tickets will be available to purchase on the day from Leigh Sports Village Ticket Office from 11.00am on Saturday July 30.
Tickets for the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday August 27 costs from just £20 and can be purchased by visiting www.rugby-league.com/tick