WARRINGTON Wolves remain confident they will be able to welcome fans back to The Halliwell Jones Stadium in time for the 2021 Super League season despite England entering a third national lockdown.

The club say they have sold "thousands" of memberships so far for the new campaign, which is currently scheduled to start on March 11.

The lockdown is due to last until mid-February at the earliest and as a result, the official club store at the stadium is closed.

However, fans can still purchase or renew memberships over the phone – call 01925 248888 10am – 3pm from Monday 11th January to Thursday 14th January (further times will be published in due course) – and on the official club website.

Supporters can also look to spread the cost of their membership over six instalments.

By applying before Friday, January 22, you will not pay any additional service fee and you will make your first payment on Monday, February 1.

Prices have been frozen – starting from £220 for adults and £49 for juniors – and the club will not be setting earlybird and seat deadlines until there is more clarity about the return of fans to stadia.

The club will offer refunds to members for every four games that are played behind closed doors or in front of a limited capacity and as with 2020, members will have access to streaming codes to watch every home league game played behind closed doors.