Details have been confirmed for the Betfred Challenge Cup semi-final between Hull FC and St Helens next month.
The Black & Whites defeated Wigan Warriors in Saturday’s quarter-final to reach the semi-final stage for the fourth time in the last six seasons; Hull were drawn to face the reigning Super League champions.
The clash will take place at the Leigh Sports Village on Saturday 5th June (2.30pm), with the Black & Whites receiving an allocation of approximately 600 tickets.
The club will release further details of how these tickets will be allocated in due course. Tickets will only be available to 2021 members.
The match will be broadcast live on BBC One, with coverage starting at 2.00pm.
The match will form part of a triple-header, with the Women’s Challenge Cup Final kicking off at 11.15am, and the second semi-final between Castleford and Warrington kicking off at 5.00pm.
Covid restrictions mean that capacity at the Leigh Sports Village will be severely limited by the Covid 19 restrictions.
Each of the four Betfred Challenge Cup Semi Finalists will be given an initial allocation of approximately 600 tickets – the club will provide further details of the ballot required to allocate these tickets in the coming days.
The RFL are working with Government and other relevant authorities on the possibility of increasing the capacity, based around staggered entry of supporters of the six teams to the stadium.