Have your say: Should the Challenge Cup triple header stay at Bolton?

Drew Darbyshire

Photo courtesy of Richard Long

We want to know whether you think the Challenge Cup triple header should stay at the University of Bolton Stadium in 2020.

This year, the Challenge Cup men’s semi-finals and Women’s Challenge Cup final was held on the same day as part of a triple header in Lancashire on Saturday.

The triple drew in a total crowd of 24,364 whereas in 2018, the men’s Challenge Cup semi-finals double header attracted 26,086 people.

Bolton seemed to gain a lot of credit on social media but there were also some critics, too. Some fans thought the stadium was great for watching the games as well as the food outlets and coffee shops outside the ground proving a brilliant help.

However, there were complaints that the facilities inside the ground were poor for spectators as there were long queues and some kiosks ran out of food and drink.

We want to know what you think…

Should the Challenge Cup triple header stay at Bolton? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. 

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