Stadium Information

Tigers Den

The Mend-A-Hose Jungle
Wheldon Road
WF10 2SD

Ticket Office Phone Numbers: 01977 529263 / 01977 529264 / 01977 529274

Commercial Telephone: 01977 529 270

Carlton Lanes Shopping Centre,
WF10 1AD

Opening Hours
Monday to Saturday - 9am - 5pm
Sunday - Closed
Or visit our online store

Telephone: 01977 529273

Ticket Office

Elite Pro Sports Store

Ticket Office Details

The Mend-A-Hose Jungle
Wheldon Road
WF10 2SD

Reception Telephone: 01977 529 264

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday - 9.30am - 4pm
Or visit our online ticket service

Xscape Yorkshire
Colorado Way
WF10 4TA

Opening Hours
Monday to Saturday - 10am–5.30pm
Sunday - 10am - 4pm
Or visit our online store

Telephone: 01977 284760

You'll find the Elite Pro Sports Store on the downstairs mall in Xscape, just past Starbucks.

Interactive Map

Board of Directors

Chairman - Ian Fulton 
Club President - Brian Ashworth
Company Secretary - Rob Clarkson
Board Member - Steve Vause
Board Member - Dion Lowe
Board Member - John Duff
Board Member - Mark Grattan


Managing Director - Mark Grattan
General Manager - Richard Pell
Accounts Assistant - Dawn Smeaton
Media & Marketing Manager - Tom Maguire
Marketing and Digital Executive - Sam Mills
Marketing and Digital Executive - Charles Summerfield
Ticketing Manager - Mark Gill
Head of Commercial Operations - Chris Powell
Head of Commercial Partnerships - Craig Jeffels
Business Development Manager - Michael Kilby-Scott
Head Groundsman - Stuart Vause
Project Manager - Mark Langshaw
Club Photographer - Melanie Allatt

Elite Performance

Head Coach - Lee Radford
Assistant Coach - Andy Last
Head of Rugby & Development - Danny Wilson
Head of Strength & Conditioning - Adam Whitney
Head of Analysis - Danny Blundell
Head Physiotherapist - Matt Crowther
First Team Physiotherapist - Amy Wesson
Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach - Martin Clawson
Sports Scientist - Jordan Fentiman
Club Doctor - Nick Raynor

Youth Development

Head of Youth Development - Rob Nickolay

Education & Pathway Manager - Matty Faulkner
Academy/Reserves Coaches - Tony Smith, Tom Schofield, Chris Spurr
Head of Academy/Reserves Strength & Conditioning - Jordan Fentiman
Academy/Reserves Strength & Conditioning Coaches - Cal Towley
Academy/Reserves Mental Skills Coaches - Tansy Tomlinson, Hannah Gildam-Clarke, Katherine Skelton
Academy/Reserves Diet & Nutrition - Leeds Beckett University
Academy/Reserves Physio - Jack Legard
Academy/Reserves Analysis - Liam Tunningley
Academy/Reserves Team Manager - Mal West 

Scholarship Coaches - Rob Nickolay, Richard Garbett, Chris Cartwright
Scholarship Strength & Conditioning Coach - Alix Boyes
Scholarship Physio - Daniel Walton
Scholarship Mental Skills - Ben Hughes
Scholarship Diet & Nutrition - Leeds Beckett University
Scholarship Team Manager - Brian Stanley

Youth & Junior Welfare - Keith Lambeth, Ash Gibson, Ian Gayles 
Strength and Conditioning Partners - Leeds Trinity University 
Diet and Nutrition Education Partners - Leeds Beckett University 
Mental Skills Education Providers - Leeds Beckett University 

Tigers Foundation Community Team

Community Director - Simon Fox
Head of Operations - Mat Lancaster
Head of Accounts - Elle Hughes
Education & Pathway Manager - Rob Nickolay
Marketing and Digital Executive - Sam Mills
Marketing and Digital Executive - Charles Summerfield
Community Dance Development Officer - Michaela Anderson
Community Development Officer - Laura Carlin
Dance Development Support Officer - Helen Wright

Club History

Club Honours

Where it began...

Castleford Tigers joined the sport of Rugby League in 1926 having previously been a successful junior club and since 1927 has always played home games at the current stadium on Wheldon Road which has been known as The Mend-A-Hose Jungle since 2014.

The Tigers have grown into one of the most famous Rugby League Clubs in the United Kingdom and has consistently produced players who have achieved worldwide status in the game of Rugby League while playing in the famous black and amber colours. With numerous players featuring at an international level.

As well as a successful team on the field, the off-field operation boasts a proactive and forward-thinking setup which includes the Castleford Tigers Foundation, the community arm of the club which has charitable status.

The region has always and continues to be a rich hub of Rugby League talent, competing at the top level whilst being centre of its local community.

International players from the area include legends such as halfbacks Alan Hardisty & Keith Hepworth, who starred for the club in the 1960's to early 1970's, Malcolm Reilly who made his name at the club before becoming a legend of the game internationally and John Joyner who is the player to have represented the club most with 585 + 28 appearances. In recent years players such as Paul McShane, Niall Evalds and Joe Westerman have featured for the England national side.

Arguably the greatest achievements in Castleford Tigers history, have been four Wembley Challenge Cup victories in 1935, 1969, 1970 & 1986.

2017 was quite a year for the Tigers, finishing the Betfred Super League 10 points clear to lift the League Leaders Shield for the first time in the club's history.

Challenge Cup

1934-35, 1968-69, 1969-70, 1985-86

John Player Trophy


Regal Trophy


BBC2 Floodlit Trophy

1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68, 1976-77

Yorkshire League Champions

1932-33, 1938-39, 1964-65

Yorkshire Cup

1977-78, 1981-82, 1986-87, 1990-91, 1991-92

National League 1 Grand Final Winners

2005, 2007

National League 1 Champions


Super League - League Leaders Shield Winners



Launched originally back in 2019, the Tiger Talk Newsletter is an exclusive email sent out to supporters and will feature answers to supporter submitted questions from senior figures within the club - both on and off the field.

Tiger Talk Newsletter is available to anybody who signs up online and gets emailed directly to your inbox.


To sign up to receive Tiger Talk please follow the below steps. If you have previously registered to receive Tiger Talk, there is no need to sign up again as you will automatically receive the latest newsletter each time.

  • Head to
  • Log in or create an account on the club’s website utilising the pop-up screen. Remember to select the option to receive the newsletter.
  • Head to your email address to verify the sign-up process when prompted. Please check all junk folders if it doesn’t arrive in your inbox.
  • Once you’ve verified your account, you’ll automatically be added to the list to receive Tiger Talk provided you’ve ticked the option to get our newsletter.


In the weeks leading up to a Tiger Talk Newsletter, the Club will encourage supporters to submit their questions via the website and its social media platforms.

There is no requirement to submit a question in order to receive the newsletter containing the responses to these questions.

To submit a question, supporters will then need to head to the 'My Account' section of the website when they are signed in from the website's main menu.

Select “Tiger Talk” and type in your question - easy!

Please note, supporters will be limited to one question per newsletter.


Castleford Tigers will advertise any employment or voluntary opportunities associated with the Club on this page as and when they are available.
Please see below for further details on any vacancies, if there are none please check back at a later date.

Bar Staff

Castleford Tigers are currently looking for Bar Staff to join our team of matchday and event staff at The Mend-A-Hose Jungle.


Our bar team members are the front line in our bars for our customers, ensuring that everyone has the best experience and customer service. You’ll be an outgoing, warm, and confident individual who is passionate about exceeding guest expectations.


The Mend-A-Hose Jungle, Castleford, WF10 2SD

Principal Responsibilities

  • Responsible for greeting customers and serving drink orders
  • Making recommendations that delight our customers
  • Maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness at all times
  • Working as part of a team to create a friendly atmosphere our customers will love

To be successful, you will have:

  • Energy, passion, and motivation
  • A can-do attitude and ability to multi-task
  • Experience is preferred but most importantly we need you to show us you understand great customer service
  • The ability to remain calm under pressure and work flexible and unsociable hours, including all Home Game fixtures.

How to apply

Please email your CV to

Contact: Castleford Tigers

Phone: 01977 552 674



Women's Team Head Physiotherapist

Castleford Tigers Women are currently looking for a Head Physiotherapist to take a lead on medical provisions with the support of the club doctor.


A new and exciting opportunity has become available for the right person to join the Castleford Tigers Women RLFC medical team. 


The job role will mainly be based at The Mend-A-Hose Jungle in Castleford however is it essential to travel to associated training and match venues.

Principal Responsibilities

  • To provide physiotherapy services to a caseload of players.
  • To be responsible for pitch-side assessment and treatment of players during training and matches.
  • To deliver high level rehabilitation to ensure a safe return to play from injury in conjunction with strength and conditioning colleagues.
  • To monitor and assess players for their fitness and injury status to train or play.
  • Supervise and train more inexperienced members of physio team & students.
  • Keep adequate electronic records in line with CSP standards.
  • Ensure all players’ emergency medical files are up to date and complete the relevant administration requirements for any new players/trialists.
  • Take part in departmental CPD in addition to own.
  • To communicate injury status, rehabilitation strategies and return to training projections to the coaching team and liaise were required with external parties such as schools, international coaches, parents, community coaches etc.
  • Undertake injury surveillance and injury audit.
  • To liaise with medical staff of international players where required.
  • Create professional relationships with players and staff to support health and wellbeing, injury prevention and rehabilitation needs, whilst maintaining a professional distance from playing staff, acting in a manner appropriate to a representative of the club at all times.
  • Assist with sport science provision, which may include pitch, gym based and injury prevention sessions.
  • Preparation and organisation of mandatory and essential medical equipment for games and training.
  • The above is not an exact list and the candidate would be required to carry out tasks within their scope of practice to meet the demands of the performance environment.

Essential skills:

  • Degree in Physiotherapy, Sports Rehabilitation or Sports Therapy 
  • For Physios: Registration with HCPC and CSP 
  • For Sports Therapists/Sports Rehabilitators: Registration with Society of Sports Therapists, BASRAT 
  • IMMOFP qualified (D) or able to undertake this advanced trauma course at the next available opportunity 
  • For Sports Therapists/Sports Rehabilitators: If not IMMOFP qualified, must hold ITMMiF L4, or PHICIS L2 
  • For Sports Therapists/Sports Rehabilitators: Previous supervision in professional environment for 1 year (full-time) or 2 years (part-time)
  • Possess excellent communication skills and be highly organised
  • Work unsociable hours, including weekends and bank holidays to meet the demands of a professional sports team.
  • Experience of working in sport, preferably rugby league 
  • DBS Clearance and evidence of eligibility to work in the UK 
  • Knowledge of safeguarding and experience of working with children/young adults 
  • High level of musculoskeletal assessment skills, rehabilitation of elite level athletes and associated understanding on safe return to play strategies. 
  • Knowledge of wider medical issues associated with working in professional sport, examples include management of concussion, athlete screening, injury and illness prevention strategies 
  • Excellent IT skills 
  • Ability to work calmly under pressure and possess very good time management skills 
  • Able to work autonomously and manage a caseload of players but have the understanding on when to seek advice from senior members of the medical team and onward referral for specialist opinion where required. 
  • Car driver with appropriate insurance to drive to required venues

Desirable skills:

  • Experience of managing students and junior colleagues
  • Experience of working in the NHS and associated knowledge of referral to specialist services within the NHS and private hospitals 

How to apply

Please send a CV and cover letter (no longer than 1 side of A4) to Head Doctor, Nick Raynor -

Contact: Nick Raynor



Part Time Sports Coach

Castleford Tigers Foundation have an exciting opportunity for a part time sports coach to join their team!

Job Title: Sports Coach

Reports to: Head of Operations

Department: Castleford Tigers Foundation

Salary: Subject to Experience

Contract Type: Part time/Casual

Role Summary

Castleford Tigers Foundation is the Charitable arm of the Castleford Tigers. We are looking for enthusiastic and inspiring individuals with the ability to enthuse others and are committed to delivering high energy, progressive and developmental learning opportunities for children.

You will be joining a group of motivated practitioners dedicated to making all sessions of a high standard and committed to promoting the Castleford Tigers brand, beliefs, and standards.

You will be rewarded with numerous training opportunities, a generous hourly rate plus bonuses for high standards and opportunities to grow within the company into a full-time member of staff if desired.

Hours can vary according to your experience and availability.

Please note that the role is subject to DBS clearance.

Qualifications & Experience


·        At least 12 months experience of coaching/teaching either primary or secondary school children.

·        Evidence of continued professional development and a Level 1 Coaching Qualification.


·        Sports Coaching or Physical Education Degree or equivalent.

·        Level 2 Sports Coaching qualification(s).

·        Experience of coaching/teaching primary school activities.

Skills and Knowledge


·        Basic knowledge of how to differentiate activities and make them easier or harder for varying abilities.

·        Ability to enthuse and motivate a group of children and provide a safe, fun learning environment.

·        Excellent organisational skills and time keeping.

·        Effective monitoring, evaluation and reviewing of own sessions and ability and learn from previous experience.

·        Passion for working with children.

·        Excellent inter-personal and communication skills to liaise with and build a

·        Rapport with children, parents, school staff.


·        An understanding of primary school PE.

To apply please send your CV and any other supporting documents to




Social Inclusion Manager

Castleford Tigers Foundation have a vacancy for a Social Inclusion Manager to join them and coordinate the development of all areas of Foundation work around inclusion and diversity.

Job Title: Social Inclusion Manager

Reports to: Head of Operations

Department: Senior Management Team

Salary: Subject to Experience

Hours: This is a full-time role of 37.5 hours per week requiring flexibility to work some evenings, weekends and match days as required

Job Purpose: The post holder will coordinate, deliver and expand all activities delivered under the Trusts key strand of Inclusion.

Contract Details:

·        Full Time, Permanent

·        Auto-enrolment into the Club’s pension scheme (depending on eligibility)

·        23 days annual leave (plus national bank holidays)

Please note that the role is subject to DBS clearance.


Key Accountabilities:

·        To coordinate the development of all areas of Foundation work around inclusion and diversity that is needs led

·        To develop links and partnerships at a neighbourhood level with local stakeholders, diverse groups and key parties.

·        To work with the Community Director and Business Development Manager to procure funding applications and commercial partnerships.

·        To coordinate various projects that come under the Inclusion theme(s), youth interventions, alternative provision, dementia cafe, PDRL & LDRL and similar awareness work

·        Ensuring monitoring, evaluations and assessment of all social inclusion projects is on track and up to date

·        To manage relationships with strategic partners

·        To ensure all participants are recruited, managed and sustained throughout the lifespan of each programme

·        To ensure strong links are maintained with all establishments, partners and stakeholders involved in Tigers Foundation programmes.

·        To work with the Community Director to support the budget for the social inclusion programmes, ensuring spend is correctly planned and on track.

·        To create and maintain Service Level Agreements (SLA's) with external providers.

·        Work with the Community Director to procure new and renewed funding for all social inclusion programmes.

·        Promote all social inclusion programmes within the local community

·        Produce reports and presentations showing evaluation of project outcomes and outputs

·        Provide case study evidence for all social inclusion programmes.

·        To analyse feedback received from providers under specialised projects provision to ensure programmes are effectively delivered.

·        To work closely with the Head of Operations to develop staff to ensure programmes are delivered effectively.

·        Work with delivery staff to ensure they are up to date on project targets and have a thorough knowledge of the projects

·        To work closely with the Senior Managers to develop new areas of delivery.

·        To perform other duties as reasonably assigned or under the authority of the senior management team.

·        To work first team home matches when required.


Person Specification:

·        Excellent verbal and written communication skills

·        Ability to think clearly, creatively and imaginatively

·        Positive attitude and strong focus on teamwork

·        Ability to effectively communicate with partners and people from all backgrounds

·        Ability to support young people and maintain positive relationships with them

·        Focused on achievement, targets and continuous improvement

·        A high degree of flexibility and confidentially is needed

·        Capable of presenting information, orally and written

·        Have skill to plan and organise information

·        Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines

·        Ability to work on own initiative

·        Competent IT skills


Qualifications =

·        Full driving licence and the use of a vehicle

·        Level 3 in Community Development/ Youth Work qualification or similar equivalent

·        NGB level 2 qualification in various sports

·        Safeguarding

·        First Aid


Knowledge =

·        Full driving licence and the use of a vehicle

·        Level 3 in Community Development/ Youth Work qualification or similar equivalent

·        NGB level 2 qualification in various sports

·        Safeguarding

·        First Aid


Experience =

·        Experience of working in community setting with diverse groups and individuals

·        Designing and developing schemes of work to a high standard

·        Working with local community groups, external providers and funders

·        Developing innovative training sessions to inspire and engage young people and adults with disabilities and special educational needs

·        Organising groups based on development plans

·        Monitoring and evaluation of programmes

·        Working with young people and young adults

·        Working with young people with challenging behaviour

·        Conducting staff training and development

·        Maintaining budgets

·        Achieving set targets and outputs

·        Project management


Other comments – the job holder =

·        Must keep up to date with new methods and undertake any necessary internal or external training in accordance with company procedure/policies.

·        Has a statutory duty to observe all health and safety rules and take all reasonable care to promote the health and safety at work of themselves and their fellow employees. The Job Holder must report any health and safety issues immediately to their Line Manager in writing.

·        Will be required to demonstrate positive attitudes and values towards others and work in a non-discriminatory way


General Duties & Accountabilities:

·        To support Castleford Tigers Foundation and Castleford Tigers RLFC in their aims and objectives at all times

·        To ensure compliance with all relevant Club policies, including health and safety policies

·        To ensure compliance with all relevant legal, regulatory, ethical and social requirements

·        To build and maintain good working relationships both internally and externally

·        Maintain a professional image at all times

·        To keep confidential any information gained regarding the Charity, Club and and its personnel

·        To maintain a flexible approach to work at all times

·        To undertake other duties and responsibilities as required from time to time

·        Promote equal opportunities in recruitment, delivery and overall assessment

·        Ensuring that all contact with and arrangements for participants, students, attendees and their welfare is safeguarded in line with legal and regulatory requirements


To apply please send your CV and any other supporting documents to

This job description is not to be regarded as exclusive or exhaustive. It is intended as an outline indication of the areas of activity and will be amended in light of the changing needs of Castleford Tigers Community Foundation.

Castleford Tigers Foundation are committed to safeguarding and promoting welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expects all staff to share this commitment.

We are a diverse charitable Foundation that respects differences in race, disability, gender, faith background or personal circumstances we welcome all application. We want everyone to feel valued and included in the football community and to achieve their full potential. The trust is opposed to any discrimination and commits itself to the redress of any inequalities by taking positive action where appropriate.




Marketing & Digital Executive

An exciting opportunity has opened up for a talented and driven Marketing and Digital individual to join Castleford Tigers Media, Marketing and Community departments.

  • Employer: Castleford Tigers & Castleford Tigers Foundation
  • Job Title: Marketing & Digital Executive
  • Hours of Work: 37 hours per week (in addition to matchdays and events where required)
  • Salary: Entry-level vacancy
  • Location: The Mend-A-Hose Jungle, Wheldon Road, Castleford, WF10 2SD
  • Reporting to: Media & Marketing Manager & Community Director


Who we are…

Castleford Tigers and its Foundation are at the heart of the local community. Castleford Tigers Rugby League Football Club is one of the most famous rugby league clubs in the United Kingdom and has supporters from all around the world. The Club competes in the top-flight competition, the Betfred Super League.

The Foundation is the community and charitable arm of the club, changing people’s lives for the better, no matter age, background, or ability. We offer a range of innovative programmes which come under four pillars: PLAY, LIVE, LEARN and GIVE.


What we are looking for…

We are looking to recruit someone who will encompass supporting the club as well as the highly successful Tigers Foundation in overall growth, audience relay and partnership activation. The successful applicant will be enthusiastic, confident, creative, highly motivated and committed whilst maintaining a desire to continuously improve themselves and the departments.

You will have the opportunity to join a driven, friendly, and fantastic team to enhance your skills and experience whilst playing a key part of the creative journey; ultimately resulting in the audience, brand, and community impact.


Key aspects of the role…

  • Supporting the Media and Marketing team in the delivery of bespoke marketing and digital campaigns both short, medium and long term (for both club and Foundation), this will include coverage of ALL our Tigers teams.
  • Helping drive and grow the club’s audience/supporter base (both in-stadium and via social platforms).
  • Driving the Tigers Foundation’s visual (and virtual) community presence with target groups and partners.
  • Assisting with the digital planning, production and implementation of the club and Foundation’s CRM strategy, creating innovative and engaging ways to grow the database.
  • Studying CRM analytics in order to make informed strategic decisions for both club and Foundation.
  • Generating unique, engaging content for schools, community, and partnership programmes on both the club and the Foundation side.
  • Helping to ensure that all internal and external marketing material strictly complies with the club’s brand guidelines.
  • Supporting the Marketing and Media department with varying matchday activities and responsibilities.
  • Assisting the production of marketing collateral for print publications, digital and social media platforms and the club’s CRM system.


Do you have the skills and experience we are looking for?

  • Experience in marketing and digital content creation with a clear demonstration of impact and ROI.
  • Experience using Adobe Creative Suite (Premiere Pro, Photoshop, After Effects) or similar (preferred).
  • Proficient in using cameras for both video and still photography.
  • Demonstration of partnership activation campaigns and successes.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Software.
  • Experience in sharing content on social media and digital platforms.
  • At least one year of experience in a marketing role or environment.


Do you have the desirable personal skills to join our team?

  • Robust, adaptable and able to work in challenging environments.
  • A ‘positive reactor’ in high-pressure environments.
  • Comfortable in multiple environments, e.g., daily club setting, elite athletes, community settings and interaction with influential individuals.
  • Confidence to formulate and share new ideas.
  • Trustworthy, conscientious, reliable.
  • Ambitious, enthusiastic, energetic and driven.
  • Ability to be proactive and handle multiple priorities
  • A clear, polite and professional manner.
  • Outstanding organisational skills.
  • A commitment to improving yourself as well as the department.
  • A valid UK driving licence is preferable, along with your own personal vehicle.


The successful applicant may be subject to an enhanced DBS check, in line with the clubs’ safeguarding and vulnerable adults’ policies.

This is an exciting opening for the right individual to work successfully, energetically and in a challenging and dynamic environment within the sports industry. You will be provided with the appropriate level of support to develop new skills alongside your existing strength and qualities.


What we expect of the successful candidate…

You will be required to work between 37 hours per week (inclusive of events and matchdays) and you will be expected to work as reasonably required to fulfil the needs of the business.


Interested and want to apply?

Please send a CV, covering letter (addressed to "Tom Maguire, Media and Marketing Manager") and examples of any work to

Please state your current salary (if applicable) in your application.

The closing date for applications is Friday, 27th May 2022.

This is a guide only and should not be regarded as exclusive or exhaustive. It is intended as an outline indication of the areas of activity and may be amended.

Castleford Tigers value diversity within our business, we have a philosophy of equal opportunity for all. We encourage applicants from under-represented groups and communities.

Contact: Tom Maguire



Charity Support & Donations Policy

Making a Donation Request

Donation Request:

Charity Support & Donations Policy

Castleford Tigers RLFC play an active role within the community primarily through our own community foundation, Tigers Trust, the club's registered charitable arm. It has a long and successful history of managing and delivering a wide range of sports and non-sports based initiatives and social inclusion projects in the community. Donations are welcome to help us to carry out this work and Gift Aid can be utilised for UK taxpayers.

We receive a very large number of requests for assistance from many worthy causes, both nationally and locally. We sympathise and realise the fantastic efforts that are put into fundraising. Unfortunately, we are unable to help everyone due to the sheer volume of requests and, as a result, we would like to confirm that our policy for the 2022 season is to concentrate our efforts on assisting the fundraising activities of two charities that are dear to the hearts of many of our fans, namely, The Prince Of Wales Hospice and the Food Bank run by Smawthorne Community Church.

All other requests for donations will be considered on the following basis:

All organisations must be a registered charity or a voluntary or community association or club.

All requests must be made in writing by letter on the organisation's headed stationery to Castleford Tigers RLFC Donation Requests, The Mend-A-Hose Jungle, Wheldon Road, Castleford WF10 2SD  and should confirm the reason for the request and be made in good time for any specified event that the organisation is holding, at least 4 weeks notice is required.

Unfortunately, we are unable to accept requests made by phone, text, or email.

We will supply a signed colour photograph of our First Team squad as a donation in all cases, subject to payment of postage and packing if it is to be posted and not collected. If a signed shirt or ball is required then a shirt or ball can be purchased from the club shop in Carlton Lanes and we will then arrange for the items to be signed ready for collection.

Unfortunately, we will not be able to supply any match tickets, cash or sponsorship as a donation.


Key information about Castleford Tigers' official Club policies can be found on this page.
You can download each via a PDF document below.

2022 Disabled Supporters Information Pack

Our policy and application document for our disabled supporters.

Complaints Procedure

A guide to our complaints procedure & complaints form.

Charter For Action

Our charter for fairness, equality, respect and dignity.

Equity Policy

Ensuring that equity is incorporated across all aspects of our club.

Respect Policy

Castleford Tigers is a family club, which is inclusive, uncompromising and passionate.

Delivery and Returns Policy

Returns, cancellations, damaged items and delivery information.

Daily Draw Policy

Rules for the Tigers Daily Draw

Supporters Club

First established in 2004, Castleford Tigers Supporters Club (CTSC) has had a strong relationship with the Club itself for over 17 years - raising nearly £100,000 in revenue-raising ventures for Castleford Tigers Rugby League Football Club.

The CTSC raise their funds in a number of ways, but one of their key methods has been their yearly membership which provided supporters discounted entry to their exclusive events.

Donations do not just go to the First Team, in recent years the Supporters Club has been kind enough to help fund a pre-season camp for the Women's team, extra tackle shields for our LDRL and PDRL squads, and a new laptop for one of our coaching team. Those are only three examples of their hard work going towards various areas at the club.

CTSC Website

If you would like to sign up with Castleford Tigers Supporters Club, or find out more information head to:

2022 Events

Listed below is a provisional calendar of Supporters Club events, with more expected and confirmed in due course.

  • AGM & Membership Launch - January 14th
  • Meet the Coaches – February 1st
  • Meet the New Players – March 18th
  • Meet the Directors - April 12th
  • A Question of Sport Quiz Night - August 10th

How to join the CTSC with a 2022 Membership!

For just £10 you can become a member of Castleford Tigers Supporters Club, that money will go towards the CTSC raising £100k for our Club!

In-person – at one of the CTSC events you will be able to sign up and join, or you can join online too.

To join via bank transfer:

  • email with names and addresses of those wishing to join
  • you will receive an email with bank account details together with the amount required and a reference
  • membership cards will be posted Royal Mail 2nd class once payment has been received

To join via PayPal:

  • log in to your PayPal account
  • send to
  • notes – enter names and addresses of members
  • paying for an item or service
  • enter amount – 1 member £12 / 2 members £22 / 3 members £32
  • membership cards will be posted Royal Mail 2nd class

CTSC Social Media