WARRINGTON Wolves have confirmed full memberships for the 2021 season have sold out.

In lieu of initially limited capacities when sports stadia are allowed to open, The Wire decided to cap sales of full memberships at 4,000 – the maximum number of supporters that will be allowed into the ground at first.

The club confirmed this morning that number has now been reached and as a result, half-season memberships are now on sale.

May 17 is the earliest possible date for fans being allowed back into stadia under the Government's 'roadmap' out of Covid restrictions.

Yesterday, The Wire confirmed they had switched their Super League Round Six home game against Huddersfield Giants to this date, giving full members access to an extra game.

Half-season prices start at £107 for adults and will get fans access to home Super League matches played after June 21, when it is anticipated all legal limits on social contact will end.

The membership will include access to home Super League fixtures against Leigh, Leeds, Wigan, Hull FC, Catalans, St Helens and Salford, along with all of the benefits of a full membership – including access to watch games held behind closed doors via OurLeague, discount on Magic Weekend fixtures and more.