Warrington Wolves v Hull FC. Sunday 10th May 2015

28 November 2017

Warrington Wolves and the Wolves Charitable Foundation are asking fans to dig deep and share their most memorable 'Wires' and Wolves' moments. How far back do you go? 

The Wolves' Super League fixture against Hull FC on Sunday 10th May is the 3rd Memories game  held with the club and they need to hear about those moments as a supporter that stand out. Maybe it was a trip to Wembley, a trophy winning try or a match winning interception. What was the first game you came to? Who are your heroes from over the years? Add a memory here

The superb Wire2Wolves Heritage Timeline has created a great resurgence of interest in the history of the club and has led to people thinking about their own memories. The memories game is being run in conjunction with the Sporting Memories Network, to raise awareness of dementia and to collect memories from fans for use in the Wolves' Charitable Foundation's Wire2Wolves heritage project and future work with older supporters.

The club are also asking all supporters to dig out their old Warrington jerseys and memorabilia to grace the terraces once again at this fixture! There will be activities within the concourses in conjunction with Sporting Memories volunteers. It is well proven that sport can help improve the wellbeing of people through conversation and reminiscence. Heritage postcards and beer mats will also be given out to also help you record your memories on game day.

Fans and players have already added their stories to the memory bank - read them here and add one of your own