Wigan Warriors Supporters Club
The Riversiders are the supporters club of Wigan Warriors.
They have existed since the days of Central Park to provide a structured body which supports the Wigan Club by organising activities and giving fans a voice.
Regular meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month (subject to change) in the South Stand Bar, starting at 8pm (doors open at 7pm).
Membership for the calendar year costs £8 adults and £4 for Under-16’s, which includes a varied and entertaining program of meetings, plus members discount on special fund raising events such as the popular Question of Sport night and end of season dinner. You can also enjoy a one-off taster meeting prior to joining.
The Riversiders are proud sponsors of Warriors future stars from the Under-19’s, providing Man of the Match prizes as selected by their coaches, showing just one of the reasons why The Riversiders raise funds.
In 2019, The Riversiders will sponsor Callum Field, Nathaniel Marshall, Mick Cassidy and Darrell Goulding. In addition, The Riversiders are proud to sponsor Gemma Walsh from the Women’s Team.
Remember - The Riversiders is Club run for and by its members and ideas from the members for our activities are actively encouraged.
Our presentation dinner will take place on Saturday 14th September at the DW Stadium. Tickets cost £30 members and £35 non members. To book your place contact the Riversiders on 07522 479625 or Barbara on 07798 900913 or on matchdays at our table in the South Stand bar.
The voting details for our Player of the Year will be sent out to members shortly and ALL VOTES must be in by TUESDAY 3rd SEPTEMBER.
Contact The Riversiders
Mobile: 07522 479625
Matchdays: South Stand Bar before and after the game.
Following our AGM on Tuesday 5th February 2019 your new committee will be :
Jeanette Lusher - Chairperson Mike Binder - Vice Chairperson Barbara Thompson - Treasurer Graham Blakeley - Secretary
Committee Members: Rita Skett, Gail Featherstone, Angela Coats, Dave Winstanley, Lynne Carroll, Victoria Carmichael–Smithies, Amanda Rankin and Bernard Cusick