Toronto Wolfpack – 2018 Fixtures

The Rugby Football League (RFL) has today confirmed regular season fixtures for the 2018 Kingstone Press Championship. The Toronto Wolfpack take their place in the second tier of English Rugby League for the first time following an inaugural season which included promotion and the Kingstone Press League 1 title.


The Wolfpack return to pre-season training next week at their new Manchester training base. Linking up for pre-season will be high profile new signings Tom Armstrong, David Taylor, Olsi Krasniqi, Ashton Sims, Josh McCrone, Andy Ackers and Joe Westerman. A number of the Pack are involved in the Rugby League World Cup (currently taking place in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea) and will join up with the squad in December.


Toronto Wolfpack will play 23 regular season games, which includes a home and away fixture against all 11 Championship rivals. The Wolfpack also take on Leigh Centurions at the 2018 Summer Bash, this fixture forms part of a full round of extra fixtures taking place across the weekend of 26th and 27th May in Blackpool.


During the close season there will be a number of improvements made to the Lamport Stadium facilities and playing surface, kindly provided by the City of Toronto. Scheduled close season works may have an impact on Toronto Wolfpack’s early season matches with an update on this to be shared later this month.


Sunday, Feb 4 Leigh Centurions Away
Sunday, Feb 11 Barrow Raiders Away
Sunday, Feb 18 Halifax RLFC Away
Sunday, Feb 25 London Broncos Away
Sunday, Mar 4 Swinton Lions Away
Sunday, Mar 11 Sheffield Eagles Away
Friday, Mar 23 Rochdale Hornets Away
Friday, Mar 30 Featherstone Rovers Away
Monday, Apr 2 Toulouse Olympique Away
Sunday, Apr 8 Batley Bulldogs Away
Sunday, Apr 15 Dewsbury Rams Away
Saturday, Apr 28 Halifax RLFC Home
Saturday, May 5 Swinton Lions Home
Saturday, May 19 Toulouse Olympique Home
Saturday, May 26 Leigh Centurions Neutral (Summer Bash)
Saturday, Jun 9 London Broncos Home
Saturday, Jun 16 Dewsbury Rams Home
Saturday, Jun 23 Barrow Raiders Home
Saturday, Jun 30 Leigh Centurions Home
Saturday, Jul 7 Sheffield Eagles Home
Saturday, Jul 14 Batley Bulldogs Home
Saturday, Jul 21 Rochdale Hornets Home
Saturday, Jul 28 Featherstone Rovers Home

The Wolfpack will compete in either the Super 8 Play Offs or the Championship Shield depending on their final league position. The top 4 teams in the Championship will compete with the bottom 4 teams in the Super League for places in the 2019 Super League. The bottom 8 teams in the Championship will play off for the Championship Shield, with the bottom two sides at the end of the competition being relegated to League 1. Each post-season competition comprises a further 7 games, with teams playing either 3 or 4 of their play off games at home.


Season Tickets

Toronto Wolfpack Supporters will be able to buy 2018 Season Tickets from next week. Season Ticket packages, along with a range of compelling Season Ticket holder benefits, are currently being finalized. Supporters will be able to secure a discount on their Season Ticket thanks to an initial “Early Bird” sales window, which rewards supporters who buy in advance.

Supporters are encouraged to sign up to the Toronto Wolfpack mailing list in order to receive advanced notification of the Season Ticket Launch, along with details of how to buy. To sign up, and register interest in Toronto Wolfpack Season Tickets, supporters should click here.


Toronto Wolfpack – Supporter Travel

Toronto Wolfpack will be arranging travel packages for supporters to travel to UK games taking place in 2018. The exciting new initiative includes flights with Air Transat, hotel bookings at Wolfpack partner hotels in the UK and match tickets. Details around how supporters can register an interest in trips will be shared later this week.


Away Supporter Travel to Toronto

Toronto Wolfpack are looking forward to welcoming fans to Toronto in 2018, and will be putting together travel packages for supporters from all visiting teams. With some final fixture details as yet unconfirmed travelling supporters are advised not to book flights at this time.

The Wolfpack will work with main sponsor Air Transat to reserve flight tickets and put together competitive packages which include a hotel booking and match ticket. Travelling supporters can register interest in travel to Toronto and receive email updates as soon as packages are made available. To do so supporters should click here.