WARRINGTON Wolves will play more weekend fixtures in the 2024 season, with unpopular Thursday-night offerings kept to a minimum.

In total, close to half of The Wire’s 27 Super League matches will be played on either a Saturday or a Sunday with 12 fixtures – including four home games – scheduled for the weekend. That is slightly up from the 10 they ended up playing during 2023.

Seven of their regular-season games have Saturday afternoon kick off times with two listed for Saturday night, both of which come in August – the home game against Hull KR on August 3 (kick off 8pm) and the Magic Weekend clash with Leeds Rhinos on August 17 (kick off 7.30pm).

All three Sunday matches are away from home – the two trips to London Broncos on March 17 and August 11 and the final road trip of the campaign at Huddersfield Giants on September 15.

Friday night is still the dominant time with 13 games, with just two Thursday night matches currently pencilled into the schedule.

Both of those games are against Hull KR – the Round Four trip to Craven Park on March 7 and the Round 11 clash at The Halliwell Jones Stadium on May 9.

The latter is Wire’s only Thursday night home fixture at present, with eight Friday matches and four Saturday games for home fans to enjoy.

The Round Four game is one of only three weeknight trips across the Pennines in what looks to be an away fan-friendly schedule, with the Friday night trips to Leeds Rhinos (April 5) and Castleford Tigers (August 23) falling within school holidays.

Warrington Wolves 2024 fixtures by day


March 7…Hull KR (a)

May 9…Hull KR (h)


February 23…Hull FC (h)

March 1…Castleford Tigers (h)

April 5…Leeds Rhinos (a)

May 3…Hull FC (h)

June 14…Salford Red Devils (h)

July 5…Huddersfield Giants (h)

July 12…Leeds Rhinos (h)

July 19…St Helens (a)

July 26…Wigan Warriors (a)

August 23…Castleford Tigers (a)

August 30…Leigh Leopards (a)

September 6…St Helens (h)

September 20…London Broncos (h)


February 17…Catalans Dragons (a)

March 30…Catalans Dragons (h)

April 20…Leigh Leopards (h)

April 27…Salford Red Devils (a)

May 25…Catalans Dragons (a)

June 1…Wigan Warriors (h)

June 22…Hull FC (a)

August 3…Hull KR (h)

August 17…Leeds Rhinos (Magic Weekend)


March 17…London Broncos (a)

August 11…London Broncos (a)

September 15…Huddersfield Giants (a)