The Club are looking for fans young and old to participate in one of the most unique event ever seen in Rugby League this Saturday 2nd February.
From the birth of ‘The Big One' in 2009 and the ground-breaking TV advert in 2010, to the innovation of Heritage day in 2011, and the invention of the new Membership Scheme late in 2012, Wigan Warriors are always at the forefront of new ideas and creativity within the sport of Rugby League.
This Saturday 2nd February will see the Wigan Club stage an event like no other, not just a first for Rugby League but also for British Sport.
To volunteer for this unique event, fans must [click here] and submit their full name, and age of themselves and any fellow fans who wish to attend along with them. An email address must be provided to receive further information in relation to Saturday.
Volunteers must be free on Saturday morning to early afternoon and must be willing to take part in some light physical activity. They must also be able to travel to Central Park in the morning and to the Grand Arcade in the afternoon dressed in Warriors colours and/or replica shirts. The event will be filmed throughout the day on Saturday for Wigan TV.
Commenting on the top secret event, Wigan Warriors Marketing Director Simon Collinson said:
"We are always looking for ways to break new boundaries within Rugby League, this weekend's event is sure to be special and something for any fan of any age to get involved with. We are sure that this is the first event of its kind in Rugby League and we have yet to find anything like this in other sports across the nation. All these ingredients make it an opportunity not to be missed so we are urging fans to get involved"
The number of people able to get involved is limited and spaces are being given on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS. To guarantee being able to participate in this event [click here]
ALL fans signing up must submit a valid email address so they can be contacted with further details about this one-off opportunity.