The Super League (currently known as the Betfred Super League) is the top league of professional rugby league in the Northern Hemisphere, consisting of 12 teams. After a 29 match season between January and September, the top 5 teams compete in a play-off competition which culminates in the Grand Final at Old Trafford in Manchester and the winner will play the champions of the NRL in the World Club Challenge. The bottom side are automatically relegated to the Championship, replaced by the winner of the ‘Million Pound Game’. The competition’s most successful are St. Helens who have won 10 titles followed by Leeds Rhinos with 8 titles.
Super League XXVIII
The below 12 teams are competing in Super League XXVIII (2023 season), 11 from England and 1 from France. Toulouse Olympique were relegated and replaced by the Leigh Leopards who defeated the Batley Bulldogs 44-12 in the 2022 Million Pound Game.
Click on the link (where available) next to the team for a guide to visiting the stadium and city, or view the map on the bottom of this page to see where each team is located.
Castleford Tigers – Wheldon Road (Capacity – 12,000)
Catalans Dragons – Stade Gilbert Brutas (Capacity – 13,000)
Huddersfield Giants – Kirklees Stadium (Capacity – 24,121)
Hull – KCOM Stadium (Capacity – 25,400)
Hull Kingston Rovers – New Craven Park Stadium (Capacity – 12,225)
Leeds Rhinos – Headingley (Capacity – 21,062)
Leigh Leopards – Leigh Sports Village (Capacity – 12,000)
Salford Red Devils – AJ Bell Stadium (Capacity – 12,000)
St. Helens – Totally Wicked Stadium (Capacity – 18,000)
Wakefield Trinity – Beaumont Legal Stadium (Capacity – 9,333)
Warrington Wolves – Halliwell Jones Stadium (Capacity – 15,200)
Wigan Warriors – DW Stadium (Capacity – 25,133)
How to buy tickets for the Super League
Ticketing information for all clubs competing in the Super League competition is available on the official website by clicking here.
Last Updated on February 2, 2023 by Sports Tourist