How to watch Leeds Rhinos, Castleford Tigers and Wakefield Trinity games for free in August

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Season ticket holders will have exclusive access to live coverage of their team's Betfred Super League matches played behind closed doors next month.

Super League have reached an agreement with Sky Sports which will see games played without a crowd broadcast via the Rugby Football League's (RFL) Our League platform, either live or on demand.

Leeds Rhinos resume their campaign against Huddersfield Giants on Sunday.

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Castleford Tigers face Catalans Dragons six days later, with Wakefield Trinity taking on Wigan Warriors the following afternoon.

Sky Sports will broadcast every Super League game in August.Sky Sports will broadcast every Super League game in August.
Sky Sports will broadcast every Super League game in August.

All three games will be played behind closed doors at Leeds' Emerald Headingley Stadium.

Every Super League match in August was already scheduled to be shown live on Sky Sports, but now 2020 members will also have access to their club's games even without a subscription.

Super League's chief commercial officer Rhodri Jones said: “Being able to offer our clubs’ most loyal fans the opportunity to not miss a moment of the action is fantastic.

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“We are extremely thankful to Sky Sports for working with us and our clubs to ensure that those without access to traditional viewing methods are still able to enjoy some great Betfred Super League action throughout August.”

Mark Foster, the RFL’s chief commercial officer, added: “Live Rugby League is coming back to our TV screens and back to Our League and we’re delighted to be working with our partners at Super League and Sky Sports to make sure that all season ticket holders can see their sides in action.”

Members will be sent a code by their club allowing access to games on Our League.

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