WARRINGTON Wolves will be playing away to Catalans Dragons in Perpignan in October.

The French club have revealed they will be playing seven home fixtures, one of which will be against The Wire at the Gilbert Brutus Stadium on Monday, October 26, kick-off 7.15pm.

It will be Warrington's first visit to Catalans since the feisty affair on and off the field last August.

Warrington were due to play Toronto Wolfpack on the Thursday/Friday prior to this newly arranged game, but that will now be a blank date due to the Canadian side's withdrawal from Super League.

The Wire are due to play Salford on the Thursday/Friday of the same week as the Catalans trip.

Catalans, due to French Government rules, are the first Super League club to be able to confirm home matches in front of fans.

Up until now, only August's Super League fixtures had been confirmed with dates and times, with all games in the round taking place at one venue behind closed doors.

Catalans face St Helens at Headingley on Sunday in the first game of Super League since March 15 when the sport was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Les Catalans' 7 home fixtures:

Monday 7 September - 7.15 pm: Catalans Dragons v Leeds Rhinos

Saturday 12 September – 6 pm: Catalans Dragons v Wigan Warriors

Friday 9 October - 7.15 pm: Catalans Dragons v Hull KR

Wednesday 14 October - 7.15 pm: Catalans Dragons v Wakefield Trinity

Thursday 22 October - 7.15 pm: Catalans Dragons v Hull FC

Monday 26 October - 7.15 pm: Catalans Dragons v Warrington Wolves

Thursday 5 November - 7.15 pm: Catalans Dragons v St Helens