Come and watch the reigning British Champions as they defend their crown looking to make it three in a row in 2024.  Tickets for all of our home games are on sale now via the links below.  

All home games are played at Belle Vue Speedway Stadium, our stadium is fully accessible to all spectators and with covered seating you will be comfortable whatever the conditions.  Food and Drink are available and the Peter Craven Suite will be accessible via the back of the main stand.

14 April 2024 Game 1

Manchester Titans 38-0 Tamworth Phoenix

Thank you to all those who joined us at our season opener as we shut-out Tamworth to secure our first win of the season

Manchester Titans 42 – 0 East Kilbride Pirates

In their 2nd season back in the Premier Division EKP also have a new head coach in Britball legend Matthew “Spoonie” Davies.  Having finished in 4th place during 2022 in their first season since promotion the Scottish side will be looking to build and further establish themselves in the top tier. The Titans sit at 2-0 and look to move away at the top of the division.

26 May 2024 Game 4 v Merseyside Nighthawks

Kick Off 14:00


Manchester v Merseyside is one of the fiercest rivalries in Sport and as in most sports Manchester dominates this one, having avoided  relegation in 2022 the Nighthawks will be hoping to return to the sort of form that saw them push for the playoffs in 2018 and 2019.  Be sure to not miss this local derby as our oldest rivals make the short journey from Skelmersdale.

21 July 2024 Game 8 v Northumberland Vikings


Kick Off 15:00


The team from the North East are the new kids on the block, having lost to the Titans in the more regional 2021 season, the Vikings earned promotion from Division 1 last year and now look to test themselves against the best in the country.  As we approach the end of the season this could be a crucial fixtures at both ends of the division.

Come down early and support out U19 team who kick off at 12:00

04 August Game 9 v Edinburgh Wolves

Kick off 14:00


2022 was a big year for the Wolves as they overtook Tamworth into 2nd place in the division and earned their first play-off appearance at the highest level.  They will be wanting to challenge the Titans for the top spot but also ensure they keep the teams below them at bay and make it play-off football for the 2nd year running.  With only one game after this in the regular season, this could be a where either of these teams clinch the Premier North title.