Welcome to the official website of Wigan Warriors - a club with the proudest tradition in the sport of rugby league.
With the biggest fan base in the country, the magnificent DW Stadium, world-class training facilities at Robin Park Arena and backing from some of Europe’s most successful businesses, Wigan Warriors are truly a club in the ascendancy.
The Warriors also have a ground-breaking Community Development department which touches the lives of over 30,000 individuals per year throughout Wigan and the surrounding areas, while the game day experience and atmosphere at the fantastic DW Stadium is second-to-none.
GETTING TO THE DW STADIUM & PARKING
Wigan is located in the north west of England, half way between the cities of Manchester and Liverpool, and sandwiched between the M6, M61 and M62 motorways. It is also ideally positioned on the crossroads of the main West Coast and cross country railway lines, whilst Manchester and Liverpool airports are only a short car ride away.
For more information on finding the DW Stadium CLICK HERE.
For details on where to park CLICK HERE.
BEFORE THE GAME
You may have many questions about arriving at the DW Stadium before you take your seats for the game.
The best meeting points are as follows:
The Main Ticket Office is located in the North West corner of the stadium, between the away supporters’ North Stand and main corporate West Stand (which also houses the main matchday reception). This is also located close to the attractions around the restaurants and cinema complex.
- Robin Park Arena is located directly to the south of the stadium and is the club’s day-to-day operations base. On matchdays, it is transformed into a fantastic meeting place for supporters, housing both our matchday shop and the Robin Park Arena Fan Zone, which offers a huge indoor capacity for supporters to meet and enjoy food, drinks and live entertainment, both before and after the game.
Max’s Matchday Club
For families with children, Max’s Matchday Club is the ideal place to visit before the game. It is hosted in the North Stand Marquee and provides fun, games and entertainment for families (and a bar for parents) in a quiet area away from the hustle and bustle outside the stadium. For more information CLICK HERE
For more information on local attractions, hotels and bars / restaurants CLICK HERE.
GETTING INTO THE STADIUM FOR THE BIG MATCH
Their are turnstiles at each end of each stand which allow easy access into the stadium. These are split into ticket turnstiles and - for some games - cash turnstiles. Tickets can be pre-purchased via Warriors e-Tickets, the Ticket Hotline on 01942 311111 or in person from the DW Stadium Ticket Office.
Fans with disabilities or those who may need assistance entering the stadium are advised to contact our Disability Supporters Liaison Officer, Norma Sherratt, in the Ticket Office by phoning 01942 311111. Norma will gladly assist with any requests or enquiries you may have to ensure your visit to the DW Stadium is an enjoyable one. For more information about some of the facilities we have for supporters with a disability CLICK HERE.
Where should I sit?
The DW Stadium has four distinct seating areas.
The South Stand provides unreserved seating behind the goal posts, so once you enter the stand fans can sit wherever they want. This is also where most of the atmosphere is generated from, particularly at the back of blocks S2 and S3.
The East Stand is located opposite the tunnel down the side of the pitch and provides comfortable and affordable seating.
The North Stand is behind the goals and for most games provides seating for supporters of the opponents; however, rugby league is a family sport and doesn’t operate a segregation policy, allowing all fans to sit together if they desire.
- The West Stand is the Main Stand and offers all corporate hospitality areas. It also contains the Main Reception and players’ changing area and tunnel. Regular seating is available in the outer sections of this stand.
The DW Stadium is a family stadium and therefore doesn’t have a specific family section; however, families visiting for the first time are recommended to sit in the East Stand for the best combination of view and atmosphere.
How can I meet the players?
Rugby league players are renowned for being very open and accessible. They generally arrive about two hours before kick-off and park in their own designated car park in the south east corner of the stadium. Fans can meet the players for photographs and autographs as they walk from the car park to the stadium.
After the game, the players conduct a lap of honour to thank fans for their support during the game. This finishes as they walk down the tunnel and players often stop to sign autographs for fans seated in the front rows in the southerly end of the West Stand.
OTHER INTERESTING INFORMATION
For more information on our hospitality packages CLICK HERE.
Group & team experiences
We offer a wide range of fantastic experiences - such as leading the team out as mascots - for community groups and junior teams. For more details CLICK HERE.
Wigan are famed for their Cherry and White shirts and will normally wear these when playing at home. For more information on one of the biggest clubs in the world CLICK HERE.
Tell us about your experience
Whilst we can’t guarantee a win every week, we want everyone who comes to our home to enjoy the experience. If you have any feedback, good or bad, please let us know by CLICKING HERE.