WARRINGTON Wolves have confirmed details of their 36-hour Christmas community challenge.

The Wire’s first team squad and staff will be cycling across Warrington from one community and charity project to the next. Their challenge starts on Wednesday and runs through the night until Thursday evening.

Head coach Steve Price revealed to the Guardian and a recent fan’s forum that the squad would be undertaking several tasks around the town as part of their pre-season training.

The challenge has replaced an army camp, which the team has undertaken in the past two pre-seasons, as part of The Wire’s preparations for the 2020 Super League season.

Hundreds of community club youngsters and members of Warrington Wolves Foundation projects Offload and Learning Disability Rugby League will benefit from a two-hour session with the players at The Halliwell Jones Stadium on the Wednesday evening, 6pm-8pm.

The players will also be undertaking activities with local schools and colleges as well as the police force and fire service.

The 36-hour project will culminate in a major challenge spread across four locations in which supporters can get down to and join in with the squad.

The players will be divided into four teams on Thursday based at Tesco Extra on Winwick Road, Golden Square Shopping Centre, Warrington Market and ASDA Cockhedge Centre between 3.30pm and 7.30pm.

Further details about the challenge will be announced early on Thursday afternoon but fans will be able to partake in the activity with their Rugby League idols as the players look to race against the clock and each other.