WARRINGTON Wolves has launched a unique ‘Donate a Ticket’ scheme that allows fans to give back to key workers once the Super League season resumes.

The scheme allows all Warrington Wolves supporters to log onto the club’s ticketing site and purchase a match ticket priced at £15 for a future, rescheduled fixture; the ticket will then be donated to key sectors workers who have been critical in the COVID-19 response.

The Wire will also show their commitment to the campaign by matching every ticket donated with one for free from the Club.

The scheme is designed not only to allow fans to show their thanks, but also to give key workers in the town something to look forward to during these difficult times, and to maintain important revenue to support the club in lieu of fixtures being played.

Karl Fitzpatrick, CEO of Warrington Wolves, said: “This period has been extremely difficult for everyone; however, it has seen an increased sense of community spirit across the town.

“We thought it was only right that we said thank you to those going above and beyond within our local NHS, schools and supermarkets, and give everyone something positive to look forward to once the players are able to take to the field at the Halliwell Jones Stadium again.

“The support of the fans will not only give back to key workers, but will also help support the club in the period where games are not being played”

Key workers will be able to apply for a ticket, whilst a number will also be donated to Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Tesco Extra on Winwick Road, and schools across the town. Further details will be made available in due course.

All tickets donated will apply to a designated Warrington Wolves home fixture once Super League fixtures have been rescheduled.