Wolfpack aim to bring Canadian fans to England

Toronto Wolfpack have launched two travel packages in an attempt to lure some of their Canadian fans to Super League games this year.

The Wolfpack have linked up with travel partner Glory Days to draw up two different packages throughout the season.

The first trip takes place in March, with Brian McDermott’s side taking on Wakefield and Huddersfield in a five-day period, providing travellers with an opportunity to see two games in a short trip.

Meanwhile, the second trip comes in July and coincides with the club’s clash with Hull FC on July 25, but also includes the opportunity to attend the Challenge Cup final at Wembley a week earlier.

Meanwhile, the Wolfpack have announced that Rugby Strength is the club’s new front of jersey sponsor for 2020.

Rugby Strength is the club’s CBD Oil, which was launched following their promotion to Super League last October.

“Our profile as a global sporting team is ever-expanding and Rugby Strength plays a key role in this,” club CEO Bob Hunter said.

“We are delighted to be in the rapid-growth market of CBD pain-relief and alternative, natural medical solutions to ever-present problems athletes and others face in their lives.

“We are proud to display Rugby Strength on our jerseys during our first ever Super League campaign, alongside our valued returning and new kit partners.”