Super League 2023 fixtures confirmed

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The full fixture list for the 2023 Super League season has been announced.

The season kicks off on Thursday, 16 February, with Warrington hosting Leeds in the opening game of the campaign. The Grand Final will take place at Old Trafford on Saturday, 14 October.

Channel 4 will broadcast the first of 10 free-to-air games on Saturday, February 18 when they show Hull KR against Wigan. There will be a total of 76 live games in 2023 across Sky Sports and Channel 4.

Super League teams will play 27 rounds in the regular season, comprising 13 home and 13 away games. Magic Weekend has also been confirmed at St James’ Park for 2023, with the full fixtures announced across the weekend of June 3 and 4.

St Helens are set to begin the defence of their Super League crown a week late due to the restoration of the World Club Challenge to the calendar for 2023. The club confirmed they are currently in talks to bring back the fixture to face NRL champions Penrith Panthers.

To view Super League’s full fixture list, click here.

Super League opening round

Thursday 16 February

Warrington v Leeds – 8pm (Sky Sports)

Friday 17 February

Leigh v Salford – 8pm (Sky Sports)

Wakefield v Catalans – 7:30pm

Saturday 18 February

Hull v Warrington (Channel 4) – 1pm

Sunday 19 February

Hull v Castleford – 3pm

Rivals Round

Thursday April 6

Castleford v Wakefield, 8pm

Friday April 7

Hull FC v Hull KR, 12:30pm

Wigan v St Helens, 3pm

Saturday April 8

Leigh v Salford, 2:30pm

Catalans v Warrington, 5pm

Sunday April 9

Leeds v Huddersfield, 6pm

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2 Comments

  1. I would like to know just how in Hades do they come up with these fixtures?
    My team, HKR, not only have to play Wigan THREE times, we have Catalan THREE times, two of which are away. I bet no one else has to travel that far twice in a season.
    How is this fair to our fans? Or is this now the norm that the French are getting more preferential treatment?
    Was under the impression that loop fixtures ended and only playing once home and once away was the new norm. Seems not. Situation normal. The top clubs will remain top and everyone else suffers.
    Was the same when the odds were released. HKR at 66/1! Who comes up with this bollocks? They have Hull at shorter odds than that and we finished above em. Methinks it might not be worth the price of my season ticket when the league has been decided already.

    • Pete, I’m pretty sure loop fixtures are based on lasts seasons placings.
      Odds are even simpler they are based on probability and what people are betting on.

      Based on statistics I think your odds are quite low. 66:1 essential means you would win once in 66 years. I can’t see you winning super league in the next 20 years

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