Channel 4 confirm early televised fixtures for 2023 Super League season

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Channel 4 has confirmed the first half of their televised fixtures for the 2023 Super League season.

The free-to-air channel will once again broadcast 10 games in 2023. Their first of five confirmed matches will be during the opening weekend as Hull KR host Wigan on Saturday, February 18 with a 1pm kick-off.

A total of 76 games will be broadcast live in 2023 across Sky Sports and Channel 4.

Channel 4 have so far confirmed live coverage from Round 2, Round 6, Round 7 and Round 12.

The regular season in 2023 will see each team will play 27 fixtures – 13 home and 13 away, plus Magic Weekend at St James’ Park, Newcastle.

Channel 4 confirmed coverage

Hull KR v Wigan Warriors – Round 1, 18 February

Castleford Tigers v St Helens – Round 2, Sunday 26 February

Leeds Rhinos v Catalans Dragons – Round 6, Saturday 25 March

Warrington Wolves v Hull FC – Round 7, Saturday 1 April

St Helens v Salford Red Devils – Round 12, Saturday 13 May

Sky Sports coverage

Sky Sports will broadcast 66 games across the season, including the opener between Warrington and Leeds on Thursday, February 16.

Here’s what we know of their coverage so far.

Round 1

Warrington v Leeds, Thursday, 16 February, 8pm

Leigh v Salford, Friday, 17 February, 8pm

Round 2

Salford v Hull KR, Thursday, 23 February, 8pm

Leeds v Hull, Friday 24 February, 8pm

Round 3

Warrington v Salford, Thursday, 2 March, 8pm

St Helens v Leeds, Friday 3 March, 8pm

Round 4

Wigan v Catalans, Thursday 9 March, 8pm

Huddersfield v Castleford, Friday 10 March, 8pm

Round 5

Castleford v Leeds, Thursday 16 March, 8pm

St Helens v Hull, Friday 17 March, 8pm

Round 6

Huddersfield v St Helens, Thursday 23 March, 8pm

Wakefield v Hull KR, Friday 24 March, 8pm

Round 7

Leigh v Wigan, Thursday 30 March, 8pm

Hull KR v Leeds, Friday 31 March, 8pm

Rivals Round

Castleford v Wakefield, Thursday 6 April, 8pm

Hull v Hull KR, Friday 7 April, 12:30pm

Wigan v St Helens, Friday 7 April, 3pm

Leigh v Salford, Saturday 8 April, 2:30pm

Catalans v Warrington, Saturday 8 April, 5pm

Leeds v Huddersfield, Sunday 9 April, 6pm

Round 9

Salford v Castleford, Thursday 13 April, 8pm

Warrington v Wigan, Friday 14 April, 8pm

Round 10

St Helens v Warrington, Thursday 20 April, 8pm

Castleford v Hull KR, Friday 21 April, 8pm

Round 11

Hull v Wigan, Thursday 4 May, 8pm

Catalans v St Helens, Friday 5 May, 8pm

Round 12

Wakefield v Hull, Thursday 11 May, 8pm

Round 13

Hull KR v Wigan, Thursday 25 May, 8pm

Leeds v St Helens, Saturday 26 May, 8pm

Magic Weekend

Salford v Hull KR, Saturday 3 June, 1:30pm

Wigan v Catalans, Saturday 3 June, 3:45pm

Leeds v Castleford, Saturday 3 June, 6pm

Wakefield v Leigh, Sunday 4 June, 12:30pm

St Helens v Huddersfield, Sunday 4 June,2:45pm

Hull FC v Warrington, Sunday 4 June, 5pm

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Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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