Coming out of St Helens, Merseyside and currently competing in the Super League are the St Helens RFC, one of the original 22 members of the Northern Rugby Football Union.
Warrington Wolves are one of rugby league’s most historic teams. Founded in 1876, the Warrington-based team compete in rugby league’s top division, the Super League, where they have played every season since 1895. They play at the 15,200-capacity Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Since their establishment in 1980, the London Broncos have been a shining example of rugby league in the UK, having finished second in the 2017 season and made the Super 8's Qualifiers in both 2016 and 2017.
Wigan Warriors are the most successful team in English rugby league history. 21-time champions of the English top division and the winners of 19 Challenge Cups, Wigan Warriors hail from the town of Wigan, Greater Manchester and play at the 25,138-capacity DW Stadium.
Tickets are now on sale for Super League’s festival weekend as it heads to Liverpool for a full round of Betfred Super League fixtures at the iconic Anfield Stadium. The Dacia Magic Weekend always provides plenty of entertainment with an average of 50 points scored per game. This year is set to be no different with the top four teams from the 2018 season rounding off each day with Wigan taking on Warrington on Saturday night and St Helens battling it out with Castleford on Sunday. SATURDAY MAY 25 14:00 - Wakefield Trinity v Catalans Dragons 16:30 - Hull FC v Huddersfield Giants 19:00 - Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves SUNDAY MAY 26 13:00 - Salford Red Devils v Hull KR 15:30 - Leeds Rhinos v London Broncos 18:00 - St Helens v Castleford