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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.
Talksport is an official broadcaster of Super League, broadcasting commentaries and magazine programming on Talksport 2. All Super League commentaries on any station are available via the particular stations on-line streaming.
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Hull Kingston Rovers. Leigh Centurions. Widnes Vikings. Toronto Wolfpack . Bevan French. In , the Super Six competition was revamped and expanded into the Super 10 tournament.
With South Africa being readmitted into international sport following the dismantling of apartheid, there was an opportunity to launch an expanded competition which would also feature South Africa's top provincial teams.
The official declaration of professionalism in rugby union in August led to a restructuring of the Super 10 competition.
In addition it was decided to hold an annual Tri-Nations Test Series between the three countries. A significant reason for the development of the Super 12 was the threat to rugby union from rival football code rugby league : part of the business model for the Foxtel pay TV network in Australia was to attract subscribers by offering an exclusive product such as rugby union which could not be seen on free-to-air broadcast television.
With significant sponsorship, and rugby turning a professional sport in August , the Super 12 competition successfully kicked off in with five New Zealand franchises, four South African provinces and three domestic Australian teams competing.
New Zealand's dominance of the competition began in the first year when the Auckland Blues won the inaugural competition defeating South African side the Sharks 45 — 21 in a home final.
The Blues then reached their third successive final in but went down to fellow countrymen the Canterbury Crusaders 13 — This would mark the beginning of the Crusaders' three-year dominance as they went on to win the and finals over the Otago Highlanders and ACT Brumbies respectively.
The season was the first in which no New Zealand franchise reached the final, being contested between the ACT Brumbies and Sharks with the Brumbies convincing winners, with a 36 — 6 scoreline.
The Crusaders won their 4th final in winning all 11 matches and missed out on their 5th in with a four-point loss to fellow countrymen the Blues.
In the Brumbies took revenge on their final loss to the Crusaders defeating them 47 — 38 in front of a home crowd.
The Crusaders would bounce back to win the final 35 — 25 against the Australian side the New South Wales Waratahs who reached their first ever final.
This was the last year of the 12 team format. From the early s Australia had started to push for the inclusion of a fourth Australian team, and South Africa for another team from its country.
Argentina was also pushing for inclusion in the Super In the early s the provincial names from the New Zealand franchises were dropped, so, for example, the Canterbury Crusaders became The Crusaders.
Also South Africa followed the New Zealand franchise model, where previously South African participation was decided by the previous year's Currie Cup placings.
The new Australian team in the competition was based in Perth and was named the Western Force. The addition of the new South African team led to considerable controversy, including government involvement.
Finally, the five teams for were confirmed to be the country's existing four teams plus the Cheetahs , which draws its players from the Free State and Northern Cape Provinces.
For the season, the Southern Spears , based in Port Elizabeth , were originally intended to replace the lowest-finishing South African team from the competition.
However, the existing South African Super 14 franchises opposed the plan, which was pushed through by controversial president of the South African Rugby Union , Brian van Rooyen.
However, because of the organisation's financial and administrative troubles, in November a settlement was reached.
The Spears abandoned their legal case, and will continue to exist, but not compete in the Super SANZAR rejected a proposal to split the Super 14 into two seven-team divisions, and decided to keep the competition in its traditional single-table format.
Argentina and the Pacific Islands remained shut out of the competition. The two new teams didn't perform all that well, the South African franchise the Cheetahs did the better of the two teams finishing 10th on the ladder notching up 5 season wins.
The Australian franchise the Western Force only managed one victory and ended winning the wooden spoon as last placed 14th. The highlight for the Force was a all draw against eventual champions the Crusaders, who defeated first-time finalists the Hurricanes 19— During the season, 22 All Blacks missed the competition's first seven rounds as part of an All Black "conditioning programme" that was a part of the All Blacks' Rugby World Cup preparations, and every New Zealand franchise was without players for the first seven rounds.
Although the Brumbies were strong and the Western Force experienced vast improvement, it was a poor season for the Queensland Reds and Waratahs who finished last and second last respectively.
Also, the competition featured the first all-South African final as the Sharks and Bulls , who finished 1—2 on the season ladder, both won their respective semi-finals.
The final, held in Durban , saw the visiting Bulls win 20— During the time the competition was branded as the Super 14, only two teams won the tournament.
The Crusaders winning the and tournaments; while the Bulls ended victorious in , , and respectively. This model was based around the original ARU proposal for three national conferences: each side were to have played the other four teams from their own country twice and the other ten teams once each; the season has to end with a six team finals series.
There were four major compromises, however, designed to accommodate certain wishes of each country, that somewhat complicated the model:.
The licence was awarded to Victoria , Australia, and the team's name announced as the Melbourne Rebels. This was also the year that rugby sevens entered the Olympics , which contributed towards increased interest in the sport in many countries, including Japan and the US.
Specifically, he stated, "You could have a deal comparable to the other major sports in Australia.
Peters added that the conference-based structure was ideal for expanding the competition to new territories, either by adding new conferences or by adding teams to the current conferences.
Prior to Super Rugby's broadcast contracts expiring after the season, SANZAR considered several alternatives for the competition's future organisation: .
The last proposal, made by the SARU , was reportedly driven by internal union politics. Australia and New Zealand warmed to the SARU proposal, as a trans-Tasman competition would potentially allow for more regional derbies, fewer time zone complications and less player travel.
SANZAR announced on 4 September that South Africa would be granted a sixth franchise starting in the season, negating the need for relegation play-offs involving the sixth South African franchise.
The global coronavirus pandemic Covid caused the Super Rugby competition to be cut short. As health concerns eased, other professional sports returned to play.
The Super Rugby season was unable to resumed, however, due to border restrictions and the need for teams to be placed into quarantine upon arrival in each country.
This resulted in New Zealand Rugby and Rugby Australia forming their own Super Rugby tournaments starting in June and July respectively, so that their teams could compete domestically.
Both competitions scheduled a game home and away season but Super Rugby AU played two additional knockout matches to decide the Australian title.
These seven teams competed in a single round-robin domestic format. In September , SA Rugby announced their withdrawal from Super Rugby of all of their sides, will plans for their 4 regular Super Rugby sides to join an expanded Pro14 competition.
In the sortable table below, teams are ordered first by number of appearances, then by number of wins, and finally by season of first appearance.
Since , teams from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa have played in 3 separate conferences. With teams playing each team in their own conference twice home and away and in the other conferences playing four of the five teams.
The winner of each conference is awarded a home final and their region specific conference trophy. The cap regulations have some small concessions: .
New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina are also subjected to salary caps. Only two teams in history have lost points because of salary cap breaches.
They were forced to start the year with -8 competition points. This caused them to miss out on the Super Rugby finals.
In April , the Cheetahs were fined R10,, for salary cap breaches from — As a punishment they were stripped all of their competition points that they already earned throughout and they ended winning the wooden spoon because of their salary cap breaches.
There have been several iterations of the trophy awarded to the winner of the Super Rugby competitions. The Super 14 trophy, unveiled in New Zealand ahead of the season, was made of sterling silver with the competition logo on a globe sitting atop of a four-sided twisted spiral.
On 30 June , SANZAR unveiled the new trophy that will be presented to the winners of the Super Rugby final from and beyond,  was crafted from solid stainless steel and polished to a mirror finish.
The champions trophy is the 'big one', and will become the ultimate symbol of Super Rugby supremacy in the years to come. The colour on each leg corresponds to the Conferences with gold for Australia, black for New Zealand, and green for South Africa.
Every year the Super Rugby player of the year is awarded. During the last season of the Super 12, Coast Design of Sydney was commissioned to design a new logo for the Super The Super Rugby logo dispenses with numbers, featuring a large blue "S" with a white rugby ball in the centre and "S upe R ugb Y" below the "S".
The three stitches of the previous ball are retained. Before the expansion to the Super 14, the Super 12 used a logo in the shape of a shield, which had the sponsors name at the top, and then the words "Rugby" and "Super 12".
The lower half of the logo used three different coloured stripes, green, black and gold, the respective colours of the national teams of South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.
The naming rights for the competition are different in the five countries:. Each respective country competing in Super Rugby has a number of their own domestic leagues, which feed into Super Rugby teams.
South Africa actually used their Currie Cup teams as opposed to creating new teams during the earlier years of the Super In New Zealand , the Mitre 10 Cup is the most prominent domestic competition below the Super Rugby, in which all the respective Unions are also aligned with Super Rugby sides.
Argentina , until , like South Africa and New Zealand, had a national championship where several provincial unions competed, the Campeonato Argentino.
Another national championship, but for clubs, is Nacional de Clubes. Until , in Australia, pay TV station Fox Sports showed every match live and beginning in , free-to-air station Network Ten started showing a full match replay every Sunday morning of the 'Match of the Round' featuring at least one Australian team.
Network Ten also showed full match replays of all finals matches featuring Australian teams. From onwards, Nine Network possesses the broadcasting rights, and any future Super Rugby seasons will have games aired live on streaming service Stan , with the potential for a number of games to be simulcast live on Nine's flagship free-to-air channel, similar to the current situation with Super Rugby AU.
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