Wigan Warriors Team Activity Highlights on Social Media

🍒⚪️ #WiganWarriors head coach Matty Peet says he sees today’s game against Hull as a good challenge for his side. #WWRL Read here👇

The Warriors have one eye on next Saturday’s Tottenham date with Huddersfield Giants but first must travel to the MKM Stadium in Super League. @hullfcofficial #SuperLeague @JamesOBYP reports

The warm-ups are underway at the MKM Stadium

🏉 SUPER LEAGUE 🗣️ BIG MATCH COMMENTARY Wigan Warriors are back in action at Hull FC, nine days on from their defeat at Huddersfield. 🎙️ @TheJackDearden & @chrischarles131 📍 MKM Stadium 💻 Listen @BBCSounds #WWRL #SLHULWIG

We're building up today's clash at the MKM

Luke Gale starts as Brett Hodgson makes three Hull FC changes to face Wigan Warriors

Hull fc vs Wigan warriors Liam Farrel to score first and jai field to score second @RequestABet

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Wigan Warriors

Wigan Warriors Rugby League Football Club is a professional rugby league club founded and based in Wigan, England. The club competes in the Betfred Super League.Formed in 1872 as Wigan Football Club, Wigan was a founding member of the Northern Rugby Football Union following the schism from the Rugby Football Union in 1895.

Wigan Rugby League Hall of Fame

Wigan Warriors is an English rugby league club founded in 1872. In 1998, the club created a hall of fame to honour former players and coaches for their contribution to the club.

2006 Wigan Warriors season

This article is about the 2006 season of the Wigan Warriors in the Super League and Challenge Cup.

2007 Wigan Warriors season

This article is about the 2007 season of the Wigan Warriors in the Super League and Challenge Cup.

2008 Wigan Warriors season

The 2008 Wigan Warriors season saw the club compete in Super League XIII as well as the 2008 Challenge Cup tournament.

2009 Wigan Warriors season

This article is about the 2009 season of the Wigan Warriors in the Super League XIV and Challenge Cup.

2010 Wigan Warriors season

The 2010 Wigan Warriors season is the club's fifteenth season in the Super League, since its launch in 1996. Wigan Warriors entered the season following their sixth-placed league finish and subsequent play-off knock-out in the 2009 Super League season, as well as their semi-final knock-out in the 2009 Challenge Cup.

Wigan Warriors Women

The Wigan Warriors Women are an English professional women's rugby league team based in Wigan, Greater Manchester. They were formed in 2018 and played during the second season of the Women's Super League in 2018 and won the title beating Leeds Rhinos Women in 18-16 in the Grand Final at the Manchester Regional Arena.

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