Rounds 14 to 25 of the 2021 Betfred Super League season have this morning been confirmed.

The initial pick has been made for which games will feature on Sky Sports, with a further 17 fixtures still to be selected.

Rivals Round will be held in Round 20 with Marshall’s men facing off against neighbours Leigh Centurions at Leigh Sports Village, kick-off at 3pm. Magic Weekend is set to take place for Round 23 and Salford will open the event against Castleford Tigers at 2pm at St James’ Park, live on Sky Sports.

The Red Devils clash with rivals Wigan Warriors in Round 18 on Friday 6 August, kick-off at 7:45pm, and will be hoping to rectify the narrow defeat they fell to at home against the Cherry and Whites in Round 7.

See the full fixture schedule below (14-25):


Friday 9 July

19:45 Leeds Rhinos v Catalans Dragons (Sky Sports)

Sunday 11 July

15:00 Hull FC v Leigh Centurions

15:00 Hull KR v Warrington Wolves

15:00 Wakefield Trinity v St Helens

15:30 Castleford Tigers v Salford Red Devils

18:30 Wigan Warriors v Huddersfield Giants (Sky Sports)


Thursday 22 July

19:45 Huddersfield Giants v Hull FC (Sky Sports)

20:00 Leigh Centurions v Warrington Wolves

Friday 23 July

19:45 Leeds Rhinos v Salford Red Devils

19:45 St Helens v Hull KR

19:45 Wigan Warriors v Wakefield Trinity

Saturday 24 July

18:00 (17:00 UK) Catalans Dragons v Castleford Tigers


Wednesday 28 July

19:45 St Helens v Huddersfield Giants

19:45 Warrington Wolves v Wigan Warriors (Sky Sports)

Thursday 29 July

19:15 (18:15 UK) Catalans Dragons v Wakefield Trinity

19:45 Salford Red Devils v Hull KR

20:00 Leigh Centurions v Castleford Tigers

Friday 30 July

19:45 Hull FC v Leeds Rhinos


Sunday 1 August

15:00 Wigan Warriors v Leigh Centurions

Monday 2 August

19:45 Castleford Tigers v Huddersfield Giants

19:45 Hull FC v St Helens (Sky Sports)

19:45 Hull KR v Catalans Dragons

19:45 Wakefield Trinity v Salford Red Devils

19:45 Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves


Friday 6 August

19:45 Leeds Rhinos v Castleford Tigers

19:45 Wigan Warriors v Salford Red Devils

Saturday 7 August

18:00 St Helens v Catalans Dragons

Sunday 8 August

15:00 Huddersfield Giants v Wakefield Trinity

15:00 Warrington Wolves v Hull FC

18:30 Leigh Centurions v Hull KR (Sky Sports)


Friday 13 August

19:15 (18:15 UK) Catalans Dragons v Hull FC

19:45 Hull KR v Wigan Warriors

19:45 St Helens v Castleford Tigers

20:00 Leigh Centurions v Leeds Rhinos

Sunday 15 August

15:00 Salford Red Devils v Huddersfield Giants

15:00 Wakefield Trinty v Warrington Wolves


Thursday 19 August

19:45 Leeds Rhinos v Huddersfield Giants

Friday 20 August

19:45 Hull FC v Hull KR

19:45 Wigan Warriors V St Helens

19:45 Warrington Wolves v Catalans Dragons

Saturday 21 August

19:00 Castleford Tigers v Wakefield Trinity

Sunday 22 August

15:00 Leigh Centurions v Salford Red Devils


Wednesday 25 August

19:45 Wigan Warriors v Leeds Rhinos

Thursday 26 August

19:30 Salford Red Devils v Catalans Dragons

19:45 St Helens v Leigh Centurions

19:45 Huddersfield Giants v Warrington Wolves

19:45 Hull FC v Castleford Tigers

19:45 Hull KR v Wakefield Trinity


Monday 30 August

14:00 Salford Red Devils v Hull FC

15:00 Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos

19:15 (18:15 UK) Catalans Dragons v Leigh Centurions

15:30 Castleford Tigers v Wigan Warriors

19:30 Huddersfield Giants v Hull KR

19:45 Warrington Wolves v St Helens


Saturday 4 September

14:00 Castleford Tigers v Salford Red Devils (Sky Sports)

17:15 St Helens v Catalans Dragons (Sky Sports)

19:00 Leeds Rhinos v Hull FC (Sky Sports)

Sunday 5 September

12:00 Huddersfield Giants v Wakefield Trinity (Sky Sports)

15:15 Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves (Sky Sports)

17:30 Leigh Centurions v Hull KR (Sky Sports)


Friday 10 September

19:45 Hull FC v Wigan Warriors

19:45 St Helens v Leeds Rhinos

Saturday 11 September

15:00 Warrington Wolves v Salford Red Devils

18:00 (17:00 UK) Catalans Dragons v Huddersfield Giants

Sunday 12 September

15:00 Hull KR v Castleford Tigers 15:00 Leigh Centurions v Wakefield Trinity


Friday 17 September

19:45 Castleford Tigers v Warrington Wolves

19:45 Huddersfield Giants v Leigh Centurions

19:45 Leeds Rhinos v Hull KR

19:45 Salford Red Devils v St Helens

19:45 Wakefield Trinity v Hull FC

19:45 Wigan Warriors v Catalans Dragons

Salford Red Devils will open Dacia Magic Weekend on Saturday 4th September against Castleford Tigers at 2:00pm, with season ticket holders to receive free access to the first day of the event.  

Season ticket holders are entitled to claim a FREE CAT3 DAY TICKETbut can also upgradto cat 2, cat and the full weekend if the difference is paid. To claim your FREE Dacia Magic Weekend ticket or to purchase an upgrade, please email the ticket office at or call 0161 786 1570 and choose option 1 for tickets. 

You can also claim these online by logging into your account here.

If you are experiencing any problems, please contact the ticketing office with your Dacia Magic Weekend queries by using the contact details mentioned above. The ticket office phone line usually experiences a high volume of calls so please leave a voicemail if you are not answered and you will be contacted. 

Purchasing online for friends and family  

If you are purchasing or claiming free tickets for other season ticket holders along with yours, your accounts will need to be networked. You will be entitled to one category 3 ticket each. Instructions on how to network accounts are below: 

  1. Go to

  2. Sign into your account.

  3. Click on your name in the top right corner of the screen.

  4. On your account screen click “my network”.

  5. Click “search for existing users” – you will need to know the supporters client reference number and surname or email address to add them to your network.

  6. This will bring up a name and email address. Click “select” to add to your network.

  7. You can now view your network and manage permissions for them. By default, you can assign tickets to them but you will need to request permission to manage tickets for them in order to purchase tickets with specific prices or to purchase/renew reserved seats.

  8. Return to your account page by clicking on your name in the top corner.

  9. Click find tickets. This will give you access to their discounted/reserved tickets so you can purchase for the whole family.

 If you purchased tickets for last year’s Dacia Magic Weekend event, your purchase is still valid. If you wish to make any changes, please contact the ticket office. 

 All tickets will be sent out nearer to the event, which will be a Round 23 contest and will be broadcast live on Sky Sports. 

 *ticket allocation is limited so free tickets will be issued on a first come first serve basis.

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The fixtures for the 2021 Dacia Magic Weekend, scheduled over the weekend of September 4-5th at St James’ Park in Newcastle, have today been confirmed.

All games will be live on Sky Sports and Salford Red Devils will open the event against Castleford Tigers with kick-off times announced in due course.

Dacia Magic Weekend fixtures have been readjusted from the 2020 schedule to involve Leigh Centurions and all teams are playing on the same day they were meant to play last year, in acknowledgment of the fans who have committed to retaining their 2020 tickets.

The formula for deciding fixtures each day is that teams will play the team they finished closest to in the final 2020 league standings.

Super League chief commercial officer, Rhodri Jones said: “Dacia Magic Weekend is an important part of the Betfred Super League calendar and it is great to have the event back in our plans for the upcoming 2021 season.

“Following the Prime Minister’s latest update about the easing of lockdown restrictions, we are optimistic that we will be able to welcome fans into St James’ Park to enjoy the festival atmosphere that makes Dacia Magic Weekend so special”

“With the event falling later in the calendar this year, it could be all to play for in the closing stages of the season with teams chasing the League Leaders shield, play-off spots or looking to avoid relegation.”

“I’d like to pay thanks to Dacia for their on-going support of this event as well as our event partners at Newcastle United, Newcastle City Council, Newcastle-Gateshead Initiative and NE1, and once again to Sky Sports for continuing to bring fans their excellent coverage of this unique event.”

Callum Chamberlain, Senior Brand Communications Manager at Dacia said: “Dacia Magic Weekend is an incredible moment in the rugby league calendar, so we are delighted with the recent announcement that the event will take place over the 4th and 5th September at St James’ Park. Super League have worked incredibly hard to pull together an exciting, jam-packed weekend of fixtures and Dacia is proud and excited to continue to play a part in this pinnacle event.”

Cllr Ged Bell, cabinet member for employment and culture said: “I am really pleased that Super League is planning on bringing back Magic Weekend to Newcastle this September.

“Our city has a world class reputation for hosting events, and we have an unrivalled passion for all sports and culture. Newcastle knows how to put on a show and we look forward to welcoming fans from across the country to enjoy the weekend in our great city.

“The Prime Minister’s route out of lockdown means fans will once again return to stadiums in the coming months, meaning we can look forward to this excellent event with renewed optimism.

“The Covid pandemic has already impacted many of the events that take place in Newcastle every year, spectacular showcases which welcome hundreds of thousands of visitors and support businesses across the region. It is vital that as part of our recovery we develop and host events of all shapes and sizes and provide unique experiences across Newcastle and provide a much-needed boost to our wider economy.

“It is important that we look ahead to this event and plan for any eventuality. The vaccine roll out, localised test and trace systems and a greater understanding of the virus provide us a glimmer of hope that Magic Weekend can once again attract record crowds to St James’ Park. However, if any restrictions are still in place, we will work closely with the Super League, NE1 and businesses across the city to maximise on the opportunity in whatever way possible.”

Stephen Patterson Director of Communications at NE1 Ltd said: “We are delighted that a date has been set for Magic Weekend’s welcome return to Newcastle.

“We were obviously disappointed the event had to be postponed last year but now the date is set, we can all look forward to the celebrations in September. Magic Weekend is always a highlight in the city’s event calendar, and we hope that by the autumn we’ll be able to welcome the fans back to St James’ Park to enjoy all the associated activities that the event brings.

“Magic Weekend and all its loyal supporters always give a huge boost to trade in Newcastle and this year, will play a significant part in helping the city and the wider region to bounce back from the pandemic.”

Anyone who purchased Dacia Magic Weekend tickets for the 2020 event and haven’t yet claimed a refund, your tickets will still be valid for the 2021 event.

Details of when more tickets will go on sale will be announced in due course, with Spring likely to be the earliest you will be able to purchase one. If you have any queries, updated FAQs can be found here.