Revised Super League fixtures revealed for Leeds Rhinos, Castleford Tigers and Wakefield Trinity

Betfred Super League has announced a rejigged fixture schedule for 2020.

Thursday, 16th July 2020, 5:02 pm

Venues for the first three rounds after the coronavirus shutdown have been revealed, with Leeds Rhinos' Emerald Headingley staging three matches on Sunday, August 2 and then a pair of double-headers the following weekend, August 8 and 9.

St Helens' Totally Wicked Stadium will host all six matches on August 15 and 16, but from then on all venues are to be confirmed, though kick-off times for August 29 and 30 have been confirmed.

All teams are facing midweek matches and most games after August are listed for either a Thursday or Friday.

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After the already-announced clash with Huddersfield Giants, which is officially an away fixture, Rhinos will host St Helens on August 9 before a trip to TW Stadium the following Saturday.

Castleford Tigers begin with a 'home' game against Catalans Dragons at Headingley on Saturday, August 8 while Wakefield meet Wigan Warriors at the same ground the following afternoon. That is an 'away' match.

A Super League spokesman said: "Given the exceptional and demanding financial climate, the opportunity to play in front of home crowds has been ‘front of mind’ in our fixture scheduling.

"As a result, from round 14 [on Wednesday, September 30,] the schedule gets busier across the final two months of the 2020 season.

Emerald Headingley will stage nine games over two weekends when Super League resumes next month. Picture by Allan McKenzie/

"The significance of home crowds to clubs and fans also means that dates and venues in the back end of the campaign will be reviewed as the season progresses, in line with government advice and in discussion with our host broadcaster, Sky Sports."

The top-four play-offs are scheduled for mid/late-November, with the Grand Final at the end of that month.

Details of the Coral Challenge Cup have not been revealed.


Brad Dwyer scores in Rhinos' home win over Huddersfield Giants last season. Picture by Steve Riding.


Sun 2 Huddersfield Giants N (A)**

Sun 9 St Helens H 6.30

Sat 15 Wigan Warriors N (A)* 6.30

Sat 29 Salford Red Devils TBC (H) 1.00


Thur/Fri 3/ 4 Wakefield Trinity A TBC

Mon 7 Catalans Dragons A TBC

Thur/Fri 10/ 11 Huddersfield Giants H TBC

Thur/Fri 24/ 25 Hull KR A TBC

Wed 30 Catalans Dragons H TBC


Thur/Fri 8/ 9 Castleford Tigers H TBC

Wed 14 Warrington Wolves A TBC

Thur/Fri 22/ 23 St Helens A TBC

Sun/Mon 25/ 26 Hull FC A TBC

Thur/Fri 29/ 30 Wakefield Trinity H TBC


Thur/Fri 5/ 6 Castleford Tigers A TBC

Sun/Mon 8/ 9 Wigan Warriors H TBC

Thur/Fri 12/13 Toronto Wolfpack A TBC

** At Emerald Headingley

* At Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens



Sat 8 Catalans Dragons N (H) ** 4.15

Sun 16 Hull FC N (A)* 6.30

Sat 29 Toronto Wolfpack TBC (H) 4.15


Thur/Fri 3/ 4 Salford Red Devils A TBC

Thur/Fri 10/11 Warrington Wolves H TBC

Thur/Fri 24/ 25 Huddersfield Giants H TBC

Wed 30 Hull FC H TBC


Thur/Fri 8/ 9 Leeds Rhinos A TBC

Wed 14 St Helens A TBC

Thur/Fri 22/ 23 Hull KR H TBC

Sun/Mon 25/ 26 Wigan Warriors A TBC

Thur/Fri 29/ 30 Huddersfield Giants A TBC


Thur/Fri 5/ 6 Leeds Rhinos H TBC

Sun/Mon 8/ 9 Salford Red Devils H TBC

Thur/Fri 12/ 13 Wakefield Trinity A TBC

** At Emerald Headingley

* At Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens



Sun 9 Wigan Warriors N (A)** 3.15

Sun 16 St Helens A 1pm

Sat/Sun 22/ 23 Catalans Dragons TBC (H) TBC

Sat 29 Warrington Wolves A (TBC) 6.30


Thur/Fri 3/ 4 Leeds Rhinos H TBC

Thur/Fri 10/ 11 Hull FC A TBC

Thur/Fri 24/ 25 Wigan Warriors A TBC

Wed 30 Toronto Wolfpack H TBC


Sat/Sun 3/ 4 Huddersfield Giants H TBC

Thur/Fri 8/ 9 St Helens H TBC

Wed 14 Catalans Dragons A TBC

Thur/Fri 22/ 23 Huddersfield Giants A TBC

Sun/Mon 25/26 Hull KR H TBC

Thur/Fri 29/ 30 Leeds Rhinos A TBC


Thur/Fri 5/ 6 Salford Red Devils H TBC

Sun/Mon 8/ 9 Toronto Wolfpack A TBC

Thur/Fri 12/ 13 Castleford Tigers H TBC

** At Emerald Headingley

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