Warrington have had mixed fortunes in Super League, narrowly missing out on the play-offs on several occasions.
Singer Ian Brown is one of Warrington's celebrity fans
But they should be a club with renewed focus under Paul Cullen and this season could challenge for a play-off spot.
Super League record:
1997: ninth, Premiership play-off finalists
Odds for 2003: 125-1
Paul Cullen (since August 2002)
Ian Brown (singer, former Stone Roses frontman), Nicky Wire (Manic Street Preachers), Steve Arnold (actor - Ashley from Coronation Street)
Did you know?:
Former Warrington star Brian Bevan holds the record for the most tries scored in a career, with 796 between 1945 and 1964.
1 Lee Penny, 2 Rob Smyth, 3 Brent Grose, 4 Ben Westwood, 5 Graham Appo, 6 Lee Briers, 7 Nathan Wood, 8 Nick Fozzard, 9 Jon Clarke, 10 Mark Hilton, 11 Darren Burns, 12 Ian Sibbit, 13 Sid Domic, 14 Mark Gleeson, 15 Jerome Guisset, 16 Paul Wood, 17 Warren Stevens, 18 Paul Noone, 19 Gary Hulse, 20 Dean Gaskell, 21 Matt Sturm, 22 Mike Callan 23 Mike Wainwright, 24 Kevin Crouthers
In: Mike Wainwright (Salford), Brent Grose (South Sydney), Ian
Sibbit (Melbourne), Mark Gleeson (returned to club from Australia)
Out: Tom O'Reilly (Pia, France), Dean Busby, Leon Felton, Craig Johnson
(all released), Jon Hill, Steve Maden (both St Helens), Matthew Rodwell, Paul
Marquet, Dale Laughton (all retired), Dave Alstead, Dale Cardoza, Leroy Rivett
(all Leigh), David Kidwell (Melbourne)