FANS have been queuing outside the Halliwell Jones Stadium this morning, Wednesday, as tickets for the Challenge Cup Final went on general sale. 

Thousands of Warrington Wolves fans will be making the trip to Wembley on August 25 for the game against Catalans Dragons. 

Warrington’s ticket allocation is in the East Stand with availability in both the lower and upper tiers plus an additional allocation in Club Wembley (best seats in the stadium with access to an array of food and drink options).

Tickets will be divided between club stadium sales with online and telephone purchases through See Tickets, where a booking fee will apply. 

  •  Wednesday from 9am to 7pm: General sale (online and telephone sales via See Tickets. Stadium sales via ticket office windows and the club store)
  •  Thursday, August 9 from 9am: Regular opening resumes.

Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis while stocks last.

Warrington Guardian:

The Halliwell Jones Stadium ticket office will not be taking any telephone or online orders. All of these will be managed through See Tickets, where a booking fee will apply.

Supporters wishing to buy disabled tickets will be able to do so in person at the stadium or by calling 07342 945257. Should there be any queries email


Due to scheduled works there will be no trains to or from Euston Station over the cup final weekend.

The club will therefore be unable to run official train packages this year.


Day coach travel tickets will be available priced £40 for adults and £35 for concessions/juniors with full and affiliate members entitled to a £5 discount. These will be available at the stadium or online/telephone via See Tickets.