Super League bring matches forward due to changes in pub opening hours

Super League has responded to the new restrictions on pub opening hours by bringing forward kick-off times at upcoming matches.

Following changes to the coronavirus guidelines this week, pubs and equivalents must close at 10pm.

Games starting at 8.15pm normally go well beyond 10pm, with the recent game between Leeds and Huddersfield not finishing until 10.35pm.

As a result, the double header at the AJ Bell Stadium on Tuesday September 29 has been brought forward by half an hour.

Salford will now take on Warrington at 5.30pm, while Wigan entertain St Helens at 7.45pm, both games live on Sky Sports.

Tuesday 29 September (AJ Bell Stadium)

Salford Red Devils v Warrington Wolves (5.30pm – live on Sky Sports)

Wigan Warriors v St Helens (7.45pm – live on Sky Sports)

Wednesday 30 September

Huddersfield Giants v Hull KR (5.30pm, John Smith’s Stadium)

Leeds Rhinos v Catalans Dragons (6pm, Emerald Headingley)

Note: Both these matches will be accessible via the Our League app for season ticket holders.

Thursday 1 October

Castleford Tigers v Hull FC (7.45pm, Mend-a-Hose Jungle – live on Sky Sports)

1 Comment

  1. You can’t go to a game and breath in fresh air and banter with opposing team fans, but you can go in to a public house with less fresh air and space to watch the game.
    All you need to do at the ground is immediately sit down and slowly eat snacks and drink as Covid won’t trouble you while doing these things.
    This situation and the obvious Marxist propaganda (BLM) that the Super League and clubs blindly follow is putting peoples freedom of choice on the line, and enforcing you to follow blindly.
    I am no revolutionist just a realist, with insight and experience on how the MSM and Government (all parties) keep the real information away from the public. The public with information is a danger to all governments and their propaganda tools, just look at what the National Socialists did in 1930’s Germany.

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