Supporters' Association

Away at Saint Helens

History of Fartown.

The earliest record of a football match being played in the Huddersfield area is in 1848, when a team of men from Hepworth took on a team of men from Holmfirth near Whinney Bank in Holmfirth. Hepworth won a ...

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Club Honours

The club's first cup victory was in the 1889-90 season when the Yorkshire Cup was won for the first time.

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Membership

See how to become a member of the Supporters Association...

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RFL Benevolent Fund

Support the RFL Benevolent Fund by following this link.

REMEMBER...

...to buy your ticket from the Giants.

Directions

From the club site.

Come off the M62 at the Widnes/St Helens junction [7].

Get to Chalon Way West, which is first right turn after 5th roundabout on linkway from M62.

Follow the signs to St Helens and stay on the dual carriageway until you see the stadium on your right hand side.

Further on up the dual carriageway at the first big roundabout (after the stadium) turn right.

There's a free (after 3pm) multi-story car park on your right hand side (check closing time).

Go up this road, under the bridge, turn left at next roundabout, and entrance to car park is on left past the Glass Museum.

To get to the ground, come out of the car park,turn right back up the road you drove down,t hrough the car park to glass museum, under a bridge,onto the bridge over the road, and past Tesco and the ground is there - basically follow the crowds!

Be warned though, the bridge gets pretty busy after the game as 10,000+ people are trying to get onto it!

Map

Click here.

Parking

Club - cost

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If you want a bevvy, there's a 'spoons on Chalon Way (Glass House) but it's not very big and no doubt will be rammed.

There's another 'spoons (Running Horses) somewhere close too.

There is a bar at the ground under the main stand but it does get very busy, there are also bars inside the ground.

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