The 2023 Betfred Championship fixtures have been released, with London Broncos starting the season at home against Batley Bulldogs on 5th February.

The Broncos will commence our 43rd campaign as a club in 2023, with Head of Rugby and Performance Mike Eccles leading the first team.

We return to the Cherry Red Records stadium in Wimbledon for our second season in SW London as part of our on-going exciting new era for the club.

After making great strides in the second half of the 2022 season, the Broncos hopes for a strong kick off next year. Eccles has made every effort to retain as many players as possible while making exciting new signings for 2023.

Ahead of next season we have taken the exciting step to introduce a fresh membership pricing structure. The annual membership for adults, concessions and juniors will replace season tickets and unlock access to heavily discounted tickets to all home fixtures next year. Find out more about 2023 membership here.

We are looking forward to hosting you this season.

Full fixtures bellow:

February 5th: Batley Bulldogs – Home

February 12th: Whitehaven – Away

February 19th: Halifax Panthers – Away

February 26th: Shefield Eagles – Home

Mach 5th: Keighley Cougars – Away

March 18th Newcastle Thunder – Away

March 26th: Swinton Lions – Home

April 7th: Toulouse Olympique – Away

April 16th: Featherston Rovers – Home

May 7th: York Knights – Away

May 13th: Barrow Raiders – Home

May: Summer Bash TBC

June 4th: Widnes Vikings – Away

June 11th: Bradford Bulls – Away

June 18th: Featherstone Rovers – Away

June 25th: Batley Bulldogs – Away

July 2nd: Newcastle Thunder – Home

July 8th: Toulouse Olympique – Home

July 16th: Swinton Lions – Away

July 30th: York Knights – Home

August 6th: Barrow Raiders – Away

August 20th: Halifax Panthers – Home

August 27th: Whitehaven – Home

September 3rd: Sheffield Eagles – Away

September 10th: Widnes Vikings – Home

September 17th: Bradford Bulls – Home

September 24th: Keighley Cougars – Home