Swinton’s partner club Warrington Wolves are urging their fans to turn out and support the Lions against Whitehaven.
Gary Chambers’ men take on the Cumbrians on Thursday May 2nd at Leigh Sports Village 7.30pm and Wolves Supporters are being asked to “Adopt a Lion”.
Warrington are encouraging the match-day promotion to capture the support of the wider Rugby League community.
This match is the only fixture scheduled on that night so there’s no better time to adopt a Championship club.
Tickets are on sale at an exclusive promotional price of £5 adult/concession and £1 junior. (For disabled ticket enquiries please contact Leigh Sports Village. There is plenty of free parking at LSV.)
Wolves’ supporters can get involved with tickets on sale in WolfWare, at WolfWare Online and on 08448 11 11 76 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)
Swinton fans can get their tickets from the club office 105-107 Chorley Road, Swinton, Manchester, M27 4AA (tel: 0161 794 6150) or from Leigh Sports Village (http://www.leighsportsvillage.co.uk/about_us.php?about_id=6)
The match-day experience will include ticket competitions, community activities, junior games and more.
Wolves’ chief executive Andy Gatcliffe said: “We have built up a strong partnership with Swinton this season.
“There are many club connections through the coaches and players, and on behalf of both clubs I would urge all Wolves’ fans to show their support at the game next week.
“It is important that all levels of our game work together to promote our great sport from the grassroots through to Super League.
“The Championship is an entertaining league and this match is a great opportunity to take in another game of Rugby League.”
Swinton director of rugby Paul Kidd said: "We have always had an excellent relationship with Warrington Wolves but our partnership this season has taken that to a new level.
"The lads we have signed from Warrington and those who have played under dual-registration have worn the Swinton shirt with pride.
"They are all developing as players while making us more competitive in the tough environment of the Championship.
"There is only one point between Whitehaven and ourselves in the table so come to the game and see for yourself just how good this competition is."