|Wigan Warriors 2019 season|
|Super League XXIV Rank||2nd|
|Play-off result||Eliminated in Preliminary Final|
|Challenge Cup||6th Round|
|2019 record||Wins: 18; draws: 0; losses: 12|
|Points scored||For: 699; against: 539|
|Head Coach||Adrian Lam|
|Tries||Liam Marshall (17)|
|Points||Zak Hardaker (243)|
Pre-season friendlies edit
|18 January 2019||London Skolars||A||34–6|||
|20 January 2019||Salford Red Devils||A||28–18|||
|26 January 2019||Barrow Raiders||A||18–18|||
World Club Challenge edit
Winners of the 2018 Super League Grand Final, Wigan Warriors qualified to play 2018 NRL champions Sydney Roosters in the 2019 World Club Challenge. Wigan were beaten by the Australian side, retaining the title for the NRL.
|17 February 2019||Sydney Roosters||H||8–20||21,331|
Super League edit
Wigan's form was split through the season. The previous year's Grand Final champions start the season in poor form winning only once in their first six games. Form improved towards the middle of the season, before a surge of good results towards the end of the season – losing only once in the last three months. Wigan finished second in the league for the second year in a row.
|31 January 2019||St Helens||A||22–12||16,508|
|8 February 2019||Leeds Rhinos||H||34–16||11,230|
|24 February 2019||Hull F.C.||H||22–23||10,971|
|3 March 2019||London Broncos||A||18–16||2,586|
|8 March 2019||Huddersfield Giants||H||6–14||10,114|
|15 March 2019||Warrington Wolves||A||12–25||13,106|
|24 March 2019||Salford Red Devils||A||30–22||4,770|
|31 March 2019||Catalans Dragons||H||42–0||11,106|
|5 April 2019||Castleford Tigers||A||28–38||6,830|
|12 April 2019||Wakefield Trinity||A||20–30||5,694|
|19 April 2019||St Helens||H||10–36||22,050|
|22 April 2019||Salford Red Devils||A||30–26||4,017|
|27 April 2019||Castleford Tigers||H||6–4||10,058|
|2 May 2019||London Broncos||H||18–8||9,907|
|18 May 2019||Catalans Dragons||N||16–33||31,555|
|25 May 2019||Warrington Wolves||N||14–26||30,057|
|8 June 2019||Hull KR||A||19–18||8,010|
|14 June 2019||Leeds Rhinos||A||23–14||13,105|
|21 June 2019||Huddersfield Giants||A||38–22||5,578|
|28 June 2019||Salford Red Devils||H||28–12||12,066|
|5 July 2019||Hull KR||H||52–10||11,042|
|12 July 2019||St Helens||A||10–32||17,088|
|18 July 2019||Wakefield Trinity||H||46–16||10,203|
|1 August 2019||Hull F.C.||A||15–14||10,153|
|9 August 2019||Hull KR||H||36–18||10,702|
|18 August 2019||Warrington Wolves||H||20–6||12,555|
|1 September 2019||Wakefield Trinity||A||24–16||5,805|
|6 September 2019||Catalans Dragons||H||46–12||10,804|
|12 September 2019||Castleford Tigers||H||26–8||11,001|
League table edit
|1||St. Helens (C, L)||29||26||0||3||916||395||+521||52||Semi Final|
|2||Wigan Warriors||29||18||0||11||699||539||+160||36||Qualifying Final|
|3||Salford Red Devils||29||17||0||12||783||597||+186||34|
|4||Warrington Wolves||29||16||0||13||709||533||+176||32||Elimination Final|
|12||London Broncos (R)||29||10||0||19||505||787||−282||20||Relegated to Championship|
Grand Final Playoffs edit
Finishing second in the league, Wigan qualified for the Grand Final Play-offs. The Warriors won the qualifying final, but lost in the semifinal and the preliminary final to finish third in the play-off series.
|20 September 2019||Qualifying Final||Salford Red Devils||H||18–12||9,247|
|27 September 2019||Semi-final 1||St Helens||A||10–40||14,508|
|4 October 2019||Preliminary Final||Salford Red Devils||H||4–28||9,858|
Challenge Cup edit
|12 May 2019||Sixth Round||Warrington Wolves||A||24–26||7,086|
|Joe Bullock||Barrow Raiders||3 Years||June 2018[a]|||
|Zak Hardaker||Free Agent[b]||4 Years||June 2018[c]|
|Jarrod Sammut||London Broncos||2 Years||November 2018|
|Sam Tomkins||Catalan Dragons||3 Years||July 2018|||
|John Bateman||Canberra Raiders||Undisclosed||August 2018|
|Ryan Sutton||Canberra Raiders||2 Years||August 2018|
|Joe Bretherton||Toulouse Olympique||Undisclosed||September 2018|
|Declan O'Donnell||Leigh Centurions||Undisclosed||November 2018|
|Jack Higginson||Leigh Centurions||Undisclosed||November 2018|
|Lewis Heckford||Dewsbury Rams||1 Year||December 2018|
|Josh Ganson||Released||—||May 2019|
|Liam Forsyth||Leigh Centurions||Undisclosed||June 2019|
|Taulima Tautai||Released||—||June 2019|
Loans Out edit
|Josh Woods||Leigh Centurions||1 Year||December 2018|||
|Caine Barnes||Workington Town||1 Year||December 2018|
|Harry Smith||Swinton Lions||1 Month||May 2018|
|First team squad||Coaching staff|
Updated: 22 November 2018
- Whist signing For Wigan Warriors in the middle of the 2018 season, Bullock did not start playing for the club until the 2019 season.
- Most recently played for Castleford Tigers.
- Whist signing For Wigan Warriors in the middle of the 2018 season, Hardaker did not start playing for the club until the 2019 season.
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