Friendlies live on Wigan TV

Friendlies live on Wigan TV

  • All three of Wigan Warriors’ 2020 pre-season games will be streamed live on Wigan TV.

  • Warriors to play friendlies against London Skolars, Leeds Rhinos and Leigh Centurions within the next week.

  • If you’re not already a subscriber to Wigan TV, click HERE today to join.

Wigan Warriors TV subscribers can watch all of the upcoming 2020 pre-season friendly fixtures live on Wigan TV, starting with a trip to the capital to face London Skolars on Friday (2:15pm K.O.).

The Cherry and Whites will kick-start their pre-season schedule at the Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) ground, in the heart of London’s financial district, in the annual Capital Challenge against the Betfred League 1 outfit.

A Warriors select XIII will take on the Skolars and Wigan TV will be there to cover all the action, with live with match coverage and commentary.

The Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) ground.

Then, on Sunday, subscribers will be able to see Liam Farrell’s testimonial game against Leeds Rhinos at the DW Stadium (3pm K.O.).

Wigan TV will also be at Leigh Sports Village on Thursday 23rd January when the Warriors play their final pre-season fixtures against Betfred Championship club Leigh Centurions (7:30pm K.O,), a week before the 2020 Betfred Super League season gets underway.

If you’re not already a subscriber to Wigan TV, click HERE today to join. Choose a monthly (£5.99), quarterly (£11.99) or annual (£38.99) subscription with no contract. Pay with PayPal or credit/debit card.

Wigan TV is the ONLY place where you can see full match replays of every first team game in 2020, with a host of Scholars, Academy, Reserves and Women’s matches also available live and replayed. Plus there’s plenty of pre and post-match interviews and behind the scenes content. ALL FOR LESS THAN £40 A YEAR.

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