Warrington Wolves

  • Mike Lomax Joins Board At Warrington

    Warrington Wolves have announced that Mike Lomax, managing director of a successful local steelwork company, has joined the club's board as a director. Lomax is the managing director of Total Steelwork and Fabrication Ltd and will have a specific role at the club which focuses on commercial and club sponsorship development. Warrington chairman Professor Steven Broomhead said: "We are delighted that Mike, with his successful business experience, has joined the club board. "He shares the local pas...

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  • Wolves Sales On the Up

    Warrington Wolves have announced that season ticket sales are up 10 per cent from last season. The stadium development work is rapidly taking shape for Warrington and they have reported that the corner seating quadrant is attracting new supporters to the club with 52% of current sales in this area being to new customers. The newly developed corner quadrant. Warrington Wolves finished the 2012 Super Leage as league leaders with average home attendances of circa 11,500. Dave Hutchinson, sales a...

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  • Warrington Enter Partnership With Crusaders

    Warrington Wolves have announced an historic new partnership with North Wales Crusaders ahead of the 2015 season. The agreement will see the two clubs work together at many levels from the development side through to the first team. Warrington will provide access to their training facilities at the University of Chester, allowing the Crusaders to also draw on the expertise of their medical and performance departments. The partnership will launch with an exhibition game between a Warrington Wol...

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  • Durbin Joins Warrington Wolves As CCO

    Warrington Wolves have appointed Geoff Durbin as chief commercial officer ahead of the 2017 season. Durbin joined the team at the start of the year bringing with him over 30 years of experience from within the business of sport having worked at both Manchester City and Lancashire County Cricket Club. He will look to further drive commercial growth across the club including corporate, retail and ticketing. Karl Fitzpatrick, Wolves’ chief executive, said: “We received a number of high-level ap...

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  • Wolves Announce New Rugby League Diploma

    Warrington Wolves and the Warrington Collegiate have launched a new two-year Level 3 Diploma in rugby league. Students will study all aspects of the game including coaching, playing, officiating, sports science and event organisation. Additional qualifications also include UK Coaching Certificate Level 1 in Rugby League coaching and a Match Officials Qualification. Students will also benefit from the opportunity to play for Warrington Collegiate Rugby Academy in British Colleges Sport League wit...

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  • Warrington End Vaping Sponsorship

    ... a no-vaping policy as well as a no-smoking policy in force. Warrington CEO Roger Draper said: “We have very much enjoyed working with Truvape over the last 18 months and wish them every success for the future. “This is a really exciting time for Warrington Wolves as we look to the future and implementing a new commercial strategy, working with new and existing partners as well as expanding on our healthy stadia policy to take the club to new heights.” UK sales and marketing director for T...

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  • Warrington Profits Down By £500k

    Warrington Wolves have announced that their profits fell by more than £500,000 during the 2015 season compared to the previous year according to the Warrington Guardian. The club’s accounts for the year ending November 30 2015 have revealed pre-tax profits of £73,019 – down from £639,950 in 2014. A large contributing factor in the drop was a £496,000 increase in administration costs, which totalled £6m. 2015 was a disappointing year on the field for the Wire, with the club finishing six...

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  • Warrington Lift E-Cigarette Ban As Part Of New Sponsorship

    Warrington Wolves have launched a partnership with the UK electronic cigarette brand TRUVAPE and will take the step of lifting the current e-cigarette ban at The Halliwell Jones Stadium.  The new partnership will see the South Stand renamed the ‘TRUVAPE South Stand’ and and special Warrington Wolves-branded e-cigarettes – or ‘vapourisers’ - will be sold to fans through the club shop both in-store and online.  TRUVAPE will be working with the Wolves to help educate fans about the hea...

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  • Warrington Post £250k Loss For 2016

    Warrington Wolves recorded a loss of more than £250,000 for the 2016 season. In accounts registered by Warrington Sports Holdings Ltd. the club posted pre-tax losses of £262,708 reported the Warrington Guardian. It is the first time since the 2011 season that Warrington Wolves have made a pre-tax loss. The club enjoyed a successful year on the pitch in 2016, winning the League Leaders Shield and reaching both the Super League Grand Final and the Challenge Cup Final. Turnover increased from £6...

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  • Wolves Post Bumper Profits

    Warrington Wolves have revealed that the club made a pre-tax profit of £639,590 in the year ending 30 November 2014, up from just £18,547 the previous year. The club’s turnover rose by around three per cent to £6.5 million and the increased profits are helping to pay for the new indoor training facility at the University of Chester. The Wolves spent £4.25 million on wages and salaries for the 119 employees on the books in the latest set of accounts and chairman of Warrington Sports Holding...

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