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Super League Clubs

The European Super League is one of the biggest in the world. We've put together a guide to all the clubs with historical content, contact, ticket and travel information and anything else you'd want to know.

Rules & Skills

If you aren't sure of the rules of Rugby League then check out that section of our guide as it covers everything.

Grubber Kick, Spiral Kick, Drop Kick, Place Kick, Chip Kick...Just how many different types of kick can one sport have? Well quite a few by the look of it and they are all detailed in our skills section.

If all this has gotten you interested in getting started in the sport then our resource page has a very handy team locater link.


Recent Posts

Ricky Stuart quits coaching role

The coach of Australia's Rugby League team has quit his post after intense and widespread criticism regarding his behaviour at the recent World Cup. Ricky Stuart behaved inappropriately towards match officials after the tournament's final, which Australia lost after an impressive performance from New... [read more]

Super League play-offs revamped

Last weekend, the Rugby Football League revealed that it was to introduce major changes to the Super League play-offs. These changes will be introduced next season and officials revealed that all fourteen clubs have been informed of the alterations. One of the biggest changes will see the highest-placed... [read more]

Australia consider two referees

Officials for the National Rugby League in Australia are set to decide whether or not to start a groundbreaking trial which would see two referees involved on the field of play during a match. The trial would start next season and one referee would monitor the action surrounding the ball whilst the... [read more]