Sky Sports to televise 10 more Toronto games

James Messenger

Sky Sports will show 10 more Toronto Wolfpack matches in the Betfred Super League this season.

The broadcaster will show eight home matches from the Lamport Stadium, including the Wolfpack’s first ever Betfred Super League home game against Hull FC on Saturday 18 April.

Two further Wolfpack ‘on the road’ games will be broadcast.

Betfred Super League Chief Commercial Officer Rhodri Jones said: “We are delighted to be able to announce further television coverage of Betfred Super League in 2020 with the Toronto Wolfpack matches.

“Our thanks to both the Wolfpack and our main broadcast partner, Sky Sports, for their support in making this happen.

“It is important to be able to show the full extent of Super League’s expansion, and we have all seen how great the atmosphere is at Lamport Stadium when the Wolfpack take the field.”

Toronto Wolfpack Chairman Bob Hunter added: “This is great for the club and we are delighted to be able to announce this news with Sky Sports.

“We already know how great it’s going to be for travelling Super League fans to take in matches in our great city – but being able to convey that atmosphere and matchday experience through Sky Sports cameras really is important for us and the game.”

A full breakdown of the Wolfpack’s fixtures to be shown on Sky Sports in 2020:

Toronto Wolfpack v Castleford Tigers, Sunday 2 February

Toronto Wolfpack v St Helens, Saturday 29 February

Toronto Wolfpack v Wakefield Trinity, Sunday 22 March

Toronto Wolfpack v Hull FC, Saturday 18 April

Toronto Wolfpack v Wigan Warriors, Saturday 25 April

Toronto Wolfpack v St Helens, Saturday 2 May

Toronto Wolfpack v Castleford Tigers, Saturday 13 June

Toronto Wolfpack v Hull KR, Saturday 20 June

Toronto Wolfpack v Warrington Wolves, Saturday 4 July

Toronto Wolfpack v Leeds Rhinos, Sunday 2 August

Toronto Wolfpack v Catalans Dragons, Saturday 29 August

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