Widnes Vikings can confirm the return of Members Monday, with the latest event to take place on Monday 9th August hosted by our partners The Cookhouse.
The return event will see head coach Simon Finnigan joined by first team players and Widnes Vikings CEO, Phil Finney, with supporters given the opportunity to ask questions on all matters.
Members Monday is an initiative started in 2019 by the Vikings, with the aim of continuing the engagement between the club and its supporters. This initiative is also designed to reward the club’s Season Ticket holders as a thank you for their loyal support.
The main aim of the event is to keep fans informed on all club matters, celebrating achievements, and presenting fundraising opportunities in order to support the club and it’s fan support groups.
Tickets for the evening at The Cookhouse are available online now for Season Ticket holders only, and are priced at just £5 per person.
Places will be limited for the evening, and ticket sales will end at midnight on Sunday 1st August in order to allow the venue to receive advanced notice regarding the number of attendees. Because of this, there will be no pay on the door facility available initially.
Season Ticket holders will be required to show their Season Ticket card along with their E-Ticket to gain entry, for those who are yet to collect their Season Ticket please visit the Stadium Shop on Wednesday, Thursday or Saturday prior to the event to collect yours.
Please note, tickets will be sent via email once your purchase is complete in the form of an E-Ticket which can be shown on your phone or printed as a physical copy.
Widnes Vikings would like to thank The Cookhouse Pub & Carvery for their support of the club, and for hosting our latest Members Monday event.
Date: Monday 9th August
Time: 6:30pm arrival for a 7pm start
Venue: The Cookhouse Pub & Carvery, 1 Liverpool Road, Widnes, WA8 7ER
Guests: Simon Finnigan, Phil Finney and First Team Players TBC
Tickets on sale: Online only until midnight on Sunday 1st August, or until maximum capacity is reached