STANDING tickets for Warrington Wolves' Challenge Cup semi-final on Sunday are now sold out.

The club confirmed this morning that the East Terrace of St Helens’ Totally Wicked Stadium will be at its full capacity of just under 4,000 for The Wire’s clash with Huddersfield Giants.

The overall total sold is believed to be just over 5,500, with only seated tickets in the North and South Stands now available for Warrington supporters.

Wire’s allocation of tickets remain on sale via all of the usual channels – online via the club website, over the phone by calling 01925 248888 or in-person at the club shop.

Warrington are looking to return to Wembley for the first time since they won the competition in 2019 while Huddersfield have not played at the national stadium since losing to The Wire in the 2009 final, although they were losing finalists against Wigan Warriors in 2022 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The game kicks off at 3.15pm and is part of a double header, with the Women’s Challenge Cup semi-final between Wigan Warriors and Leeds Rhinos being played at 12.30pm.

Where Warrington or Huddersfield fans will be sat at Wembley Stadium

The RFL have also confirmed which ends have been allocated for the Men’s Challenge Cup Final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, June 8.

The winners of the Warrington-Huddersfield semi-final will be allocated the East End of the stadium, where Wire fans have been situated in each of their six previous visits.

The West End will host fans of either Hull KR or Wigan Warriors, who will contest the first semi-final at Doncaster’s Eco-Power Stadium on Saturday, May 18.