Super League Magic Weekend: Venue and fixtures confirmed for 2023

Super League Magic Weekend St James' Park Newcastle SWpix
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Super League have confirmed that the 2023 Magic Weekend will take place at St James’ Park in Newcastle on the weekend of June 3-4.

On the back of a successful Rugby League World Cup opening fixture yesterday, Super League have confirmed that Magic Weekend will remain in Newcastle next year.

Newcastle will host the event for a record seventh time in 2023. Sky Sports will broadcast all six games live.

Newcastle a “firm favourite” Super League Magic Weekend

Rhodri Jones, chief commercial officer at Super League, said: “We are delighted to announce the return of Magic Weekend to Newcastle. It is a firm favourite with fans and a date that players look forward to in the calendar.

“I’d also like to thank Sky Sports, Newcastle United and Newcastle City Council for their continued support of the event.”

Newcastle United chief executive Darren Eales said: “Magic Weekend has been a huge success at St. James’ Park and we are delighted to be welcoming the event back for the seventh time.

“We want to continue attracting major events to the stadium and I’d like to thank Super League, our team at Newcastle United and our partners across the city for their ongoing support.”

2023 Magic Weekend Fixtures in full (all live on Sky Sports):

Saturday, June 3

Salford Red Devils v Hull KR (1:30pm)

Wigan Warriors v Catalans Dragons (3:45pm)

Leeds Rhinos v Castleford Tigers (6pm)

Sunday 4 June 

Wakefield Trinity v Leigh Centurions (12:30pm)

St Helens v Huddersfield Giants (2:45pm)

Hull FC v Warrington Wolves (5pm)

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1 Comment

  1. Good job IMG are getting rid of this malarky. HKR will take a good few as usual, but then they’ll all go for a jolly in Newcastle afterwards. Wigan don’t travel, Catalans won’t bring any, maybe the Saints fans will stay around. As for the rest, Hull will have a few there but last thing on a Sunday is a killer as the travel home is prohibitive.
    So, let’s see Super League say it’s been a success again. My Arse!

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