WIDNES Vikings’ fixtures for the 2022 Betfred Championship campaign have been announced, with the season kicking off on Sunday 30 January with a ground-breaking trip to London Broncos' new Wimbledon home.

Vikings first home game is against newly-promoted Workington Town at 3pm on Sunday 6 January.

Their first Monday Night Rugby League clash, live on Premier Sports, is on 21 February at Dewsbury Rams in a 7.45pm kick-off.

Further details of the Summer Bash fixtures and the venue for the Betfred Championship, and the Play-Off structures for the Betfred Championship and League 1, will be announced in due course.

There are no fixtures scheduled for the weekend of June 18-19, which has been kept clear for mid-season internationals.

Two rounds of Betfred Championship fixtures have been scheduled for the four-day Bank Holiday Weekend from June 2-5 celebrating Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee – which follows the finals of the Betfred Challenge Cup and the AB Sundecks 1895 Cup at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday May 28.

Further details of the Betfred Challenge Cup and the AB Sundecks 1895 Cup, including the date of the First Round Challenge Cup draw, will be released later this month.

Widnes Vikings’ 2022 Betfred Championship fixtures.

R1 – 3pm, Sunday 30 January – London Broncos v Widnes Vikings, Cherry Red Records Stadium.

R2 – 3pm, Sunday 6 February – Widnes Vikings v Workington Town, DCBL Stadium.

R3 – 3pm, Sunday 13 February – Halifax Panthers v Widnes Vikings, The Shay Stadium.

R4 – 7.45pm, Monday 21 February – Dewsbury Rams v Widnes Vikings, The Tetley’s Stadium.

R5 – 7.45pm, Monday 7 March – Widnes Vikings v Barrow Raiders, DCBL Stadium.

R6 – 3pm, Sunday 20 March – York City Knights v Widnes Vikings, LNER Community Stadium.

R7 – 7.45pm, Monday 4 April – Newcastle Thunder v Widnes Vikings, Kingston Park.

R8 – 3pm, Friday 15 April – Widnes Vikings v Leigh Centurions, DCBL Stadium.

R9 – 3pm, Sunday 24 April – Widnes Vikings v Batley Bulldogs, DCBL Stadium.

R10 – 3pm, Sunday 1 May – Featherstone Rovers v Widnes Vikings, Millennium Stadium.

R11 – 3pm, Sunday 15 May – Widnes Vikings v Whitehaven, DCBL Stadium.

R12 – 7.45pm, Monday 23 May – Sheffield Eagles v Widnes Vikings, Olympic Legacy Park.

R13 – 3pm, Thursday 2 June – Widnes Vikings v Bradford Bulls, DCBL Stadium.

R14 – 3pm, Sunday 5 June – Barrow Raiders v Widnes Vikings, Craven Park.

R15 – 3pm, Sunday 12 June – Widnes Vikings v York City Knights, DCBL Stadium.

R16 – 3pm, Sunday 26 June – Widnes Vikings v London Broncos, DCBL Stadium.

R17 – 2pm, Sunday 3 July – Workington Town v Widnes Vikings, Derwent Park.

R18 – 3pm, Sunday 10 July – Widnes Vikings v Dewsbury Rams, DCBL Stadium.

R19 – 3pm, Sunday 17 July – Widnes Vikings v Newcastle Thunder, DCBL Stadium.

R20 – 3pm, Sunday 24 July – Batley Bulldogs v Widnes Vikings, Fox’s Biscuits Stadium.

R21 – TBC R22 – 3pm, Sunday 7 August – Widnes Vikings v Featherstone Rovers, DCBL Stadium.

R23 – 3pm, Sunday 14 August – Whitehaven v Widnes Vikings, LEL Arena R24 – 3pm, Sunday 21 August – Widnes Vikings v Sheffield Eagles, DCBL Stadium.

R25 – 3pm, Sunday 28 August – Leigh Centurions v Widnes Vikings, Leigh Sports Village.

R26 – 3pm, Sunday 4 September – Widnes Vikings v Halifax Panthers, DCBL Stadium.

R27 – 3pm, Sunday 11 September – Bradford Bulls v Widnes Vikings, Odsal Stadium.