Super League play-off schedule confirmed

Huddersfield Giants

The 2022 Super League play-off schedule has been confirmed following the end of the regular season.

The play-offs will kick off in the south of France on Friday, 9 September, concluding at Old Trafford on Saturday, September 24.

In the semi-finals, Wigan will play their tie on the Friday, September 16, against the highest ranked eliminator winner.

It means St Helens will play their tie on the Saturday, with the winner having one less day to prepare for the Grand Final. The fixture will be broadcast live on both Sky Sports and Channel 4.

Huddersfield Giants will play their eliminator game on Saturday, September 10, at the John Smith’s Stadium live on both Sky Sports and Channel 4.

The results on the final day meant that Leeds’ reward for their dramatic win over Castleford is a trip to France to face Catalans, while Salford will travel to Huddersfield.

Full Super League play-off schedule

Eliminators

Friday 9 September – Catalans Dragons v Leeds Rhinos, Stade Gilbert Brutus (8pm UK / 9pm local). Sky Sports.

Saturday 10 September – Huddersfield Giants v Salford Red Devils, John Smiths Stadium (1pm). Sky Sports and Channel 4.

Semi-Finals

Friday 16 September – Wigan Warriors v Highest ranked Eliminator winner, DW Stadium (8pm). Sky Sports

Saturday 17 September – St Helens v Lowest ranked Eliminator winner, Totally Wicked Stadium (1pm). Sky Sports and Channel 4.

Grand Final

Saturday 24 September – Highest ranked semi-final winner v Lowest ranked semi-final winner, Old Trafford (6pm). Sky Sports

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About Josh McAllister 1909 Articles
Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

4 Comments

  1. Am I correct that St Helens are penalised for owning their own ground . At the beginning of the season the league leaders played on the Friday & the team who finished 2nd played on the Saturday ?

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