Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Leigh Centurions Membership Scheme?
The Leigh Centurions Membership Scheme has been set up to allow fans a much easier way to spread the cost of their Season Tickets, and pay over a number of Direct Debit instalments.

What is the Direct Debit process?
Season Tickets can be purchased by Direct Debit with 3 months interest free credit. To do so, please either complete in the Direct Debit form online , or contact the Centurions on 01942 487888.

Will I have to pay a handling or transaction fee?
No. All costs of handling the Direct Debits are borne by the Club.

Who are GoCardless, and why does their name appear on my bank statement?
GoCardless are our Direct Debit partners who collect the funds from your bank on our behalf. Initially you may find that GoCardless appears on your bank statement, but please don’t worry about this. Eventually we aim to get this changed so that you recognise the transaction as coming from Leigh Centurions.

What are the age ranges for 2018 Season Tickets?
Over 65 years – those born before 01/02/1954;
18-21 years – those born between 1/9/97 and 31/8/2000;
12-17 years – those born between 1/9/2000 and 31/8/2006;
Under 12 years – those born between 01/09/2006 and 31/8/2013;
Under 5 years – those born after 01/09/2013.

What is the Earlybird Discount?
This pay in full option expires on 21st December 2019. You can do this at the ticket office, or at www.leighsportsvillage.co.uk/tickets, although you may have to contact the ticket office directly to renew an existing reserved seat.

Can I get my Season Ticket at the Early Bird Price via the Leigh Centurions Membership scheme?
Unfortunately, not. The nature of the Membership Scheme is that it allows you to spread your payments over a number of months, which will mean your final payment will be paid well after the deadline for both the Early Bird and Renewal offers. The only way to take advantage of the Early Bird offer is to buy upfront and to buy before the expiry of the Renewal deadline.

When are our homes games to be played?
Unless changed by the RFL for broadcasting or other purposes and excluding Bank Holiday fixtures and subject to stadium availability the nominated game day for Leigh Centurions home games in 2018 will be Sunday afternoons with a kick-off at 3pm.

How many games does my Season Ticket include?
Season Tickets are priced as usual on 13 home games.

When can I collect my Season Ticket?
Supporters spreading the costs of their season tickets over Direct Debit will only be issued with their Season Ticket Cards once all payments have been made. In the case that this overlaps with the season starting, a match ticket can be claimed at the ticket for any interim games office subject to all payments being up to date.

Season Tickets as Christmas Gifts
For supporters purchasing season tickets outright, the Club hope to have Season Ticket Cards available for collection by 21st December. For those buying Season Tickets using the Direct Debit scheme, a voucher will be provided upon request confirming the purchase.

Can I get Reserved Seating for both existing and new Season Ticket Holders together?
Yes. Once you have purchased your Season Tickets the club will contact you to arrange your seats. This is subject to initial availability as preference goes to 2018 Season Ticket holders renewing theirs. After 7th January, any reserved seats that have not been renewed will go on open sale.

Are any discounts available on other Rugby League Events?
Subject to RFL confirmation, the Club understand discounted offers shall be available to 2019 Season Ticket holders for other events such as the Summer Bash (half price tickets) and Challenge Cup Final (£15 instead of £30).

If you have a question that isn’t covered here, please e-mail andrew@leighrl.co.uk.