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Not many clubs on either side of the hemisphere can boast a figure as high as that. Would any of these players be lacing up their boots and running out onto a rugby league field without the Broncos?
Out of all 61 games to be played during the World Cup, it was the London fixture that topped the ballot demand — with most applications coming from postcodes within the capital.
The make-up of those fans who have purchased tickets for the fixture are unknown, but what it does show is that the interest rugby league in London is there.
Rugby league has been enjoyed in London by impressive attendances in the past, just not on a consistent enough basis to make a solid cut through at the highest level.
Part of the deal saw rugby league switch from a winter to a summer season. The 12 founding teams of Super League were:. Helens and Wigan.
However this proved so unpopular that only existing clubs were selected for the competition. The clubs finishing below 10th in the existing top flight were excluded, which meant Featherstone Rovers, Hull, Wakefield Trinity and Widnes were left out, as were pioneering club Keighley who had just won the Second Division Championship.
London Broncos , who had come fourth in the Second Division, were "fast-tracked" in on commercial grounds.
A new team, Paris Saint-Germain , was created to give a French dimension. Between and there was no relegation from Super League.
After two years Paris were dropped from the competition. To facilitate this move, two clubs were relegated from Super League at the end of the season: Leigh who finished bottom of the league were replaced by the one club coming up from the National Leagues and Widnes who finished 11th and would have stayed up any other year were dropped for Les Catalans, thus the number of clubs in Super League remained at Super League licences were announced in May by the RFL as the new determinant of the Super League competition's participants from in place of promotion and relegation.
The licences were awarded after consideration of more factors than just the on-the-field performance of a club. The RFL stated that clubs applying to compete in Super League would be assessed by criteria in four areas stadium facilities, finance and business performance, commercial and marketing and playing strength, including junior production and development with the final evaluations and decisions being taken by the RFL board of directors.
Successful applicants were licensed for three years of Super League competition and  three-yearly reviews of Super League membership took place to ensure ambitious clubs lower down the leagues can still be successful.
Points attained by each club's application are translated into licence grades A, B or C. Clubs who achieved an A or B Licence would be automatically awarded a place in Super League, while those who achieved a C Licence underwent further scrutiny before the RFL decided who made the final cut.
Celtic Crusaders becoming the first Welsh team to play in Super League and the only team to be awarded a licence who had never played in the Super League previously.
Featherstone Rovers , Halifax , Leigh and Widnes all failed to attain a licence. Leigh and Widnes, especially, were disappointed with their exclusions with Leigh's chairman being extremely critical of the RFL.
For the —14 seasons Championship sides Batley , Barrow , Featherstone Rovers , Halifax and Widnes all met the on-field criteria needed to submit an application,  but despite this only Barrow, Halifax and Widnes decided to submit an application.
The Rugby Football League 's final decision was announced on 26 July , Widnes would be joining thirteen existing Super League teams with Crusaders RL having withdrawn their application and Halifax not meeting the criteria.
At the Annual General Meeting at Bradford , the Super League clubs agreed to reduce the number of clubs to 12 from , and also for a return of Promotion and Relegation with a 12 club Championship.
The 12 First Utility Super League and 12 Kingstone Press Championship clubs played each other home and away over 22 "rounds", plus a Magic Weekend for both divisions, making a game regular season.
Following the conclusion of their regular league seasons, the 24 clubs then competed in a play-off series where they split into 3 leagues of 8 based upon league position:  .
Funding for clubs was tiered in both leagues to prevent relegation-related financial difficulties. In June 8 of the 12 Super League clubs voted to allow a Marquee Player that could exceed a clubs salary cap as long as they can afford their wages.
The marquee player rule came into force for the Super League season. On 14 September , an EGM was called to discuss the future of the sport and a change in structure, as the clubs were in favour of scrapping the Super 8s in favour of a more conventional structure .
The Super League clubs voted to split from the RFL and appoint their own CEO to have more control over TV and sponsorship money as well as scrapping the Super 8s but retaining promotion and relegation to apease the Championship clubs.
They play each other twice on a home-and-away basis, interrupted by the Magic Weekend round in May.
The 12 clubs also play 6 loop fixtures to bring the number of games in a season to The team finishing bottom after 29 rounds collects the Wooden Spoon, and is relegated, while the team finishing first is awarded the League Leaders Shield.
The top 5 teams at the end of the season enter the playoffs. Super League adopted Golden point during regular season for the first time in , bringing it in line with the NRL which had been using the system since In an attempt to expand out of the traditional rugby league "heartlands", and market the game to a wider audience, the RFL has staged games in large stadiums, in places without a strong rugby league presence.
The " Magic Weekend " concept, which involves staging an entire round of Super League in such a stadium, was first staged in Cardiff in Dubbed "Millennium Magic", and played in the Millennium Stadium , the concept was held in Cardiff again in In and , the event was held in Edinburgh at the Scottish national rugby union stadium, giving rise to the name changing to "Murrayfield Magic".
Generally held during the May Day weekend, saw the Magic Weekend return to Cardiff, and was held during the weekend 12—13 February, and serving as the season opener.
In , the event was held at Anfield in Liverpool , before returning to Newcastle for the season. The play-offs have had various formats. Helens are the only team to take part in every playoff series since the inaugural series in The current play-off system was previously used between and From week two on the Top five play-offs system reflected exactly the Page playoff system.
The Grand Final is the championship-deciding game and showpiece event of the Super League season. It is held annually at Old Trafford.
The Challenge Cup is a separate cup competition, involving clubs from Super League and all levels of rugby league in Britain.
It has been held annually since and has been expanded to teams in Canada, Serbia, Ireland, Russia, France, Scotland and Wales can take part.
The cup runs throughout the season, and the final is usually played on the August bank holiday at Wembley Stadium.
Before Super League began in , the final used to take place at Wembley Stadium at the end of April or the start of May, usually 2 weeks after the regular season ended.
In and Super League clubs were unhappy with the Dual registration system and wanted to form an under reserve leagues between the unders and first teams.
Wigan, Warrington and St Helens were the first teams to propose the return of the reserve league where players could move from the under 19s and play with professional players before playing in the first team.
A reserve league was set up in with a mixture of Super League, Championship and League 1 teams. Dual registration refers to an arrangement between clubs whereby a player continues to be registered to his current Super League club and is also registered to play for a club in the Championship.
The system is aimed at young Super League players who are thought to be not quite ready to make the step up to 'week in, week out' Super League first team duties but for whom first team match experience is likely to be beneficial for their development.
The league format changed in and the championship became a play-off series to determine the Super League champions.
This meant a reintroduction of a final to determine the European champions, the first since the —73 season. For the first 2 seasons of Super League, there was no Grand Final — The winners of the league were the team that finished top, as before in the previous Championship leagues.
In rugby league , the term 'the Double' is referring to the achievement of a club that wins the top division and Challenge Cup in the same season.
To date, this has been achieved by ten clubs but by only four clubs during the Super League era. To date seven teams have won the treble, only Bradford Bulls , St.
Helens and Leeds Rhinos have won the treble in the Super League era. Not all of these cups were available in the past but have replaced other cups that could be won.
The League Leaders' Shield is awarded to the team finishing the regular season top of Super League; this is also known as a minor premiership.
The League Leader's Shield was introduced only in , previously no prize was awarded to the team finishing top following the introduction of the Grand Final.
This is considered more prestigious than the minor premiership. Each year, the year of a champion team's triumph, team name and team Rugby league football captain are engraved.
The record for most Super League titles won is held by St. Helens and Leeds with eight titles. Leeds captain Kevin Sinfield currently holds the record for captaining the most Super League title winning sides after captaining Leeds to their first 7 grand final successes.
Helens contested the final 6 years in a row from until during which time they succeeded only once in lifting the trophy against Hull F.
However, St. Helens made a victorious return in , defeating rivals, Wigan 14—6 and have since won a further two grand finals, defeating Salford in and Wigan again, in Following their , and defeats to St.
Hull FC , Warrington , , , and , Castleford , and Salford have all appeared in the Grand Final but never won.
It has continued from pre-Super League times, with the first such award given in It was renamed in honour of Steve Prescott in The Albert Goldthorpe Medal is an award voted for be members of the press who cast a vote after every game of the regular season.
The three players who, in the opinion of the reporter, have been the three 'best and fairest' players in the game will receive three points, two points and one point respectively.
To be eligible for a vote, a player must not have been suspended from the competition at any stage during the season.
Each season a "Dream Team" is also named. The best thirteen players in their respective positions are voted for by members of the sports press.
The dream team is as follows:. The Super League has had three official logos. The first was used for the inaugural season in and until The title sponsors name would appear above the logo until when title sponsors First Utility used their own personalised logos that appeared on player shirts and in the media.
The reigning champions had a ribbon around the logo with champions on it until The second official logo was introduced in as part of a radical rebrand across British rugby league.
It had a rectangular backdrop representing the George Hotel, where rugby league was founded, thirteen lines representing thirteen players, a chevron which are well known for appearing on rugby league shirts and the S which represents the ball and the Super League.
The current champions have a gold logo. Ahead of the Super League season a new logo was revealed. The new logo was designed by the same company who redesigned the Premier League logo and was more simplistic than previous designs.
The title sponsor has been able to determine the league's sponsorship name. There have been seven title sponsors since the league's formation:.
As well as title sponsorship, Super League has a number of official partners and suppliers. The official rugby ball supplier is Steeden. An overseas quota restricting the maximum number of foreign players at each club has existed since the inception of the Super League in This resulted in the number of non-British players at some clubs greatly exceeding the quota.
In response to concerns over the growing number of foreign players in the league, in , the RFL announced plans to introduce a "homegrown player" rule to encourage clubs to develop their own players.
Additionally, squads are also limited to a maximum of seven non-Federation trained players. A salary cap was first introduced to the Super League in , with clubs being allowed to spend up to 50 percent of their income on player wages.
The Super League operates under a real-time salary cap system that will calculate a club's salary cap position at the start of and throughout the season: .
Clubs will also be allowed to sign a second marquee player. All Super League matches are governed by the laws set out by the RFL; these laws are enforced by match officials.
Former Hull F. Helens and Wigan Warriors. Seven teams have been the league leaders, however only one of these Huddersfield Giants in is a different team to those that have appeared in the grand final, meaning that only nine teams have been involved in the grand final or topped the regular season table, however, 23 teams have taken part in Super League since its inception.
In comparison, in the same period, 12 teams have won the Australasian National Rugby League competition and 15 teams have appeared in the Grand Final.
Between and teams had to apply for a licence to play in Super League, this also meant there was no automatic promotion between Super League and the Championship.
This was unpopular with Championship clubs because there was no fair and easy way for them to get promoted into Super League and it was seen as a closed shop.
Attendances in the lower divisions dropped as a result of this system because it was felt that there was little appeal in these leagues when there was no incentive for the clubs to win the Championship.
Also the only time that lower division clubs got the chance to play Super League opposition was in the early rounds of the Challenge Cup. With no route to the Super League however, teams were unable to compete with top division opposition because there was no way that clubs could attract top talent when players would not be playing in top-level rugby league.
Most of the teams that have competed in it have been in its heartlands of the M62 Corridor between Yorkshire and Lancashire. Catalans Dragons and the Toronto Wolfpack are the only teams currently playing in Super League who are outside its traditional headland in the North of England, and are considered a success compared to teams such as the North Wales Crusaders.
Along with the above-mentioned teams, Paris Saint-Germain RL competed from the beginning of the competition but departed after just two seasons due to a lack of interest and investment.
Another team to fail from outside the heartlands was Gateshead Thunder who now compete as Newcastle Thunder.
Expansion has taken place in the lower divisions and this is a continuing policy of the RFL. At present nine expansion clubs take part in the lower divisions with 1 in the Championship and 8 in the Championship 1.
In , it was announced that Toulouse Olympique had been granted entry into League 1, the third division of European rugby league; the team has previously competed in the Championship.
This brought the total number of expansion teams across the top 3 divisions to 10 out of 39 clubs. In it was announced that a team based in Toronto , Canada had also been granted access to League 1.
Toronto Wolfpack began to play in the season, eventually qualifying for the Super League season, and take the number of expansion clubs to 11 out of 40 clubs.
This also means that teams taking part in the top 3 divisions come from 4 countries and 2 continents. Sky Sports have been the primary broadcast partner of Super League since its inaugural season in The current deal lasts until and covers 80 matches per season, rising to from From , they also simulcast all of Catalans Dragons ' home games.
The end of season play-off series is shown nationwide in a highlights package. Internationally, Super League is shown live by eight broadcasters in eight countries and regions.