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Domestic Competitions

The biggest domestic Rugby League tournament is the Super League, which is the top league in England. This is the only professional Rugby League competition in the Northern Hemisphere.

The Super League is decided by a full season’s schedule with the team finishing on top of the table winning the League Leaders’ Shield. There are then Play Offs to determine who will win further honours.

The Play Offs for the Super League culminate in the Super League Grand Final and the winner of that is proclaimed the overall champion. The Super League champion will then face off against the winner of the Australian NRL in the World Club Challenge.

As things stand, the favourite to win the 2019 Super League Regular season is St Helens, with the side massive odds-on favourites to once again claim victory, while they are also odds-on to be the XXIV Grand Final winner, with the side dominating the competition this year. The side most likely to be standing in their way in the regular season is Warrington, while the side the bookies fancy to pip St Helens in the Grand Final is long-time rivals Wigan.

The sport is one that should not be watched lightly. Like rugby union, league is a sport in which nobody goes in half-hearted, and if they do, then they come out far worse for it. Known for its huge hits, stunning tries and big bust-ups, rugby league is a sport that is incredibly physical and makes most others look like non-contact sports.

 

History Of Super League Grand Final Winners

YearWinnersScoreRunners-UpAttendance
1998Wigan10-4Leeds43,511
1999St Helens8-6Bradford50,717
2000St Helens29-16Wigan58,132
2001Bradford37-6Wigan60,164
2002St Helens19-18Bradford61,138
2003Bradford25-12Wigan65,537
2004Leeds16-8Bradford65,547
2005Bradford15-6Leeds65,728
2006St Helens26-4Hull72,575
2007Leeds33-6St Helens71,352
2008Leeds24-16St Helens68,810
2009Leeds18-10St Helens63,259
2010Wigan22-10St Helens71,526
2011Leeds32-16St Helens69,107
2012Leeds26-18Warrington70,676
2013Wigan30-16Warrington66,281
2014St Helens14-6Wigan70,102
2015Leeds22-20Wigan73,512
2016Wigan12-6Warrington70,202
2017Leeds24-6Castleford72,827
2018Wigan12-4Warrington64,892
2019St Helens23-6Salford64,102

 

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