WARRINGTON Wolves have confirmed what fans need to do to make sure they are in the ground for Monday's clash with Huddersfield Giants.

The game will be The Wire's first in front of a home crowd for more than a year after the latest lifting of Covid restrictions allowed for spectators to return to stadia in limited numbers.

Full membership sales were capped at 4,000 – the initial capacity limit for The Halliwell Jones Stadium – but membership cards will not be valid for Monday's game.

Instead, paper tickets are being issued for the Huddersfield game as well as the matches against Castleford Tigers on May 22 and Wakefield Trinity on June 11.

"Our ticket office staff are in the process of notifying full season members via email when their tickets are ready for collection," the club said.

"Members should keep an eye out for confirmation and not travel to the stadium to collect until notified.

"We thank our members for their patience and understanding as we continue to process tickets in the coming days.

"Once you have received your confirmation email, your match tickets will be available for collection from the official club store open Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm.

"If you are unable to collect during these hours, we have added some late night openings of the ticket office windows situated in the North-East Stand – open Monday 10th May-Thursday 13th May, 5pm-7pm.

"Please note the ticket office will only be open for ticket collections during these times."

Ticket collections will not be available on the day of the game to alleviate queues – the final day for ticket collections will be Saturday.

If you require your tickets to be posted, this can be processed at a charge of £1. Please contact the ticket office on 01925 248888 (open Monday-Thursday, 10am-2pm).

Due to the social distancing measures in place, it is possible supporters may be situated in a different seat or stand to normal.

Should the Government's plan to lift all legal limits on social contact on June 21 go ahead, supporters will be back in their original seats for the home game against Leigh Centurions on June 24.

> Fans are encouraged to read the club's new Supporters Code of Conduct, which can be found by clicking here