WARRINGTON Wolves members will be able to watch Super League matches for free during August, whether they have a subscription to Sky Sports or not.

An agreement has been reached between clubs, Super League and the broadcaster to allow club members access to watch their team's games, in a response to the sport's resumption being behind closed doors due to the continuing health concerns from the coronavirus pandemic.

Every Super League match in August is already set to be live on Sky Sports, starting this weekend, but now The Wire's season members will also be given the option to watch Wolves' games via the RFL’s Our League platform, either live or on demand.

Warrington Wolves head of marketing, Paul MacLeod, said: “Our members are the lifeblood of our club, it was essential that we were able to give them a way of watching games in lieu of them not being able to at The Halliwell Jones in person, in thanks for their dedicated support.”

Wolves say they will soon be sending out codes giving members access to the OurLeague app to stream games.

They are also urging members to make sure their email address is up to date in the club's records by logging in at wwolv.es/tickets

Super League chief commercial officer Rhodri Jones said: “Being able to offer our clubs’ most loyal fans the opportunity to not miss a moment of the action is fantastic.

“We are extremely thankful to Sky Sports for working with us, and our clubs, to ensure that those without access to traditional viewing methods are still able to enjoy some great Betfred Super League action throughout August.”

Warrington Wolves fans should also note that full details of 2020 membership rebate options will be available in the coming days.

Members got to see three home games earlier this year.

Since The Wire last played at Hull FC on March 12, eight scheduled home matches did not take place due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In the reworked league season, which starts this weekend and runs until mid-November, we know that Hull KR at home on August 8 will be played behind closed doors at Headingley in Leeds and will be the first of the Wire games made available to members on the Rugby Football League's Our League platform.

Wakefield Trinity at home, on August 29, also behind closed doors at a venue yet to be announced, will likewise be available on Our League.

Members will also be able to watch the away game against Huddersfield, being staged at St Helens' Totally Wicked Stadium on August 15, via Our League too.

As for Wolves' remaining six rescheduled home league games between September and November, it is not yet known if these games will be played behind closed doors at neutral venues or at The Halliwell Jones Stadium in front of fans.

This will be dictated by Government regulations arising for the public health situation further down the line.

These Wolves home games are Hull on September 3/4, Catalans on September 24/25, Wigan on October 8/9, Leeds on October 14, Salford on October 29/30, Huddersfield on November 8/9.