Six weeks out from kick-off, the opening round of the 2021 Super League season has been announced.
In a similar fashion to the COVID-19 resumption last season, all opening round fixtures will be played at Emerald Headingley Stadium.
Super League fans will need to wait until February 26 to see the remainder of the draw.
A reduced Challenge Cup competition will commence on the weekend of March 21 with eight first round ties, followed by the second round on the weekend starting March 28. The competition will conclude with the Final at Wembley on Saturday July 17.
The Super League Round 1 games are:
Friday March 26
6pm: St Helens RLFC Vs Salford Red Devils
8:15pm: Leigh Centurions Vs Wigan Warriors
Saturday March 27
3pm: Wakefield Trinity Vs Leeds Rhinos
5:15pm: Catalans Dragons Vs Hull Kingston Rovers
Sunday March 28
12:30pm: Hull FC Vs Huddersfield Giants
2:45pm: Castleford Tigers Vs Warrington Wolves
The Challenge Cup ties are:
Round 1 – weekend of March 21
London Broncos Vs Keighley Cougars
Whitehaven Vs Dewsbury Rams
Oldham Vs Barrow Raiders
West Wales Raiders Vs Widnes Vikings
Swinton Lions Vs Newcastle Thunder
Halifax Panthers Vs Batley Bulldogs
Sheffield Eagles Vs York City Knights
Featherstone Rovers Vs Bradford Bulls
Round 2 – weekend of March 28
Swinton Lions/Newcastle Thunder Vs Oldham/Barrow Raiders
Featherstone Rovers/Bradford Bulls Vs Halifax Panthers/Batley Bulldogs
London Broncos/Keighley Cougars Vs Sheffield Eagles/York City Knights West Wales Raiders/Widnes Vikings Vs Whitehaven/Dewsbury Rams