Dates confirmed for Super League play-offs

The Betfred Super League semi-final between League Leaders’ Castleford Tigers and the team that finishes fourth in the table will be played on Thursday September 28 at 8.00pm.

The second semi-final between second and third placed teams will be played on Friday September 29 at 8.00pm. Both fixtures will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Ticket details for Castleford Tigers’ semi-final are below:

Betfred Super League semi-final tickets for the Tigers game will be on sale at 10.00am on Monday 21st August with two priority windows:

Priority window 1 – Season Ticket Holders will get first priority from 10.00am on Monday 21 August until 5pm on Monday 4 September. Season Ticket holders will be able to purchase a maximum of two tickets each down at the Tigers Den. Seated Season ticket holders can also book one additional seated or standing ticket each. Please ensure you take your full booklet with you, you will be advised which voucher to use on arrival.

Priority window 2 – Fans buying tickets the Hull FC Super 8’s home match on Fri 22 September will be able to purchase semi-final tickets before they go on general sale. This priority window will be open from 9.00am on Tuesday 5 September to 5pm on Monday 11 September.*

Betfred Super League semi-final tickets will then go on general sale at 9.00am on Tuesday 12 September at the Tigers Den club shop in Carlton Lanes and online via the Tigers Box Office here.

Tickets will be priced as follows:

Pre Game Day Prices – Standing

Adult £20
OAP (Age 60 plus) £12
Junior (Age 6 to 16) £12

Game Day Prices – Standing

Adult £22
OAP (Age 60 plus) £14
Junior (Age 6 to 16) £14

Fans can upgrade to seating for an additional £3.

*If you have already purchased tickets for the Hull FC home Super 8’s matches just bring these along with you to purchase your semi-final tickets from Tuesday 5 September August.

Tickets for the Betfred Super League Grand Final on Saturday October 7 (6pm kick-off) at Old Trafford, Manchester cost from just £20 for adult tickets and £15 for concessions. Tickets can be purchased from

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  1. we,ve got a virtual pack out injured and nearly all long term, if only half of them were fit and playing salford would give any team a game, its a shame because a few teams get away with it.look at wigan,they had lots of injuries at the beginning of the season and they were getting well beaten but now that they are all back they are a different team. i feel for salford they seem to have all the bad luck going but watch them go next season. good luck lads.

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