|Wigan Warriors 2014 season|
|Super League XIX Rank||2nd|
|Challenge Cup||Quarter Finals|
|2014 record||Wins: 20; Draws: 1; Losses: 9|
|Points scored||For: 796; Against: 563|
|Head Coach||Shaun Wane|
|Tries||Joe Burgess (25)|
|Points||Matty Smith (285)|
The Wigan Warriors play Rugby League in Wigan, England. Their 2014 season results in the Super League XIX, 2014 Challenge Cup, and 2014 World Club Challenge are shown below.
As winners of the 2013 Super League Grand Final, Wigan Warriors qualified for the 2014 World Club Challenge. The game, which took place in Australia, saw Wigan lose to Sydney Roosters, champions of the 2013 NRL Grand Final.
|19 February 2017||Sydney Roosters||A||14–36||31,515|
|7 February 2014||Huddersfield Giants||H||8–24||16,240|
|2 March 2014||Wakefield Trinity Wildcats||H||46–24||11,703|
|9 March 2014||Castleford Tigers||A||31–36||8,504|
|14 March 2014||Hull KR||H||34–20||12,801|
|20 March 2014||Warrington Wolves||A||12–4||11,550|
|28 March 2014||Catalans Dragons||H||22–16||11,216|
|11 April 2014||London Broncos||H||36–14||10,680|
|18 April 2014||St Helens||A||33–14||17,980|
|21 April 2014||Bradford Bulls||H||84–6||15,529|
|2 May 2014||Leeds Rhinos||A||12–28||18,139|
|9 May 2014||Hull F.C.||A||44–16||10,539|
|17 May 2014||Leeds Rhinos||N||18–14||36,399|
|22 May 2014||Salford Red Devils||A||25–4||3,706|
|29 May 2014||Huddersfield Giants||A||22–31||6,106|
|13 June 2014||Castleford Tigers||H||46–6||11,914|
|18 June 2014||Widnes Vikings||H||48–8||11,638||[ citation needed ]|
|22 June 2014||Wakefield Trinity Wildcats||A||28–36||4,069|
|27 June 2014||St Helens||H||12–16||20,224|
|5 July 2014||London Broncos||A||56–6||2,013|
|12 July 2014||Catalans Dragons||A||37–16||7,498|
|18 July 2014||Hull F.C.||H||56–10||12,493|
|27 July 2014||Bradford Bulls||A||8–16||6,535|
|31 July 2014||Salford Red Devils||H||45–4||12,962|
|14 August 2014||Hull KR||A||14–14||6,801|
|29 August 2014||Widnes Vikings||A||10–24||6,223|
|5 September 2014||Leeds Rhinos||H||21–6||20,265|
|11 September 2014||Warrington Wolves||H||24–20||15,656|
|1||St Helens R.F.C.||27||19||0||8||796||563||+233||38|
|9||Hull Kingston Rovers||27||10||3||14||627||665||−38||23|
|10||Salford Red Devils||27||11||1||15||608||695||−87||23|
|12||Wakefield Trinity Wildcats||27||10||1||16||557||750||−193||21|
|18 September 2014||Qualifying Play-offs||Huddersfield Giants||H||57–4||8,562|
|2 October 2014||Qualifying Semi-Final||Warrington Wolves||H||16–12||15,023|
|11 October 2014||Grand Final||St Helens||N||6–14||70,102|
After finishing second in the Super League XVI, Wigan Warriors entered the 2014 Challenge Cup at the fourth round. Last year's winners won in the fourth and fifth rounds before being eliminated by Castleford Tigers in the quarter finals.
|4 April 2014||Fourth Round||Dewsbury Rams||A||56–6||3,054|
|27 April 2014||Fifth Round||Huntley Hawks||H||52–8||4,390|
|7 June 2014||Quarter Final||Castleford Tigers||H||4–16||8,736|
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