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The NRL History

The National Rugby League or NRL is Australia’s number one domestic rugby-league club competition. It contains clubs from the original Sydney club Rugby League competition, which had been running continuously since 1908.

The 1980s and 1990s were times of great transition and disturbance for the game. Expansions across New South Wales and Queensland saw league grow and for the first time and begin to leave a genuine stamp across the country.
The mid 1990s also saw the Super League war which threatened to destroy the game. The NRL formed in the outcome of the 1990s’ Super League war as a joint partnership between the Australian governing body, the Australian Rugby League (ARL) and media giant News Corporation. This enterprise was dissolved in 2012, with control of the NRL going to the independently formed Australian Rugby League Commission.

More recently, however, league has enjoyed a period of growth and success that has stemmed from the creation of the NRL in 1997. The NRL currently has 16 clubs who battle it out over 26 rounds for a spot in the finals.

NRL matches are played in Australia and New Zealand from March to October. The season culminates in the premiership deciding game, the NRL Grand Final, traditionally one of Australia’s most popular sporting events and one of the world’s largest attended games. The NRL premiers also play in the World Club Challenge, a pre-season match against the champions of the European Super League competition. The reigning premiers are the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks winning their maiden premiership after 50 years.

National Rugby League or NRL is as popular as ever in Australia and there are betting markets for NRL, including NRL Premiership odds, Clive Churchill winner market, Daily M winner odds and even markets for team wins & losses across the season. You will also find markets for the State of Origin Series, Super League Rugby (England) and the Auckland Nines.

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About The NRL

 

NRL Facts

 

• The NRL is the most watched and attended Rugby League competition in the world.
• In NSWRFL Grand Final was the first football Grand Final of any code to be broadcast live in Australia.

NRL Teams

 

Club Home Ground Capacity Established Titles
Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium 52,500 1988 6
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs ANZ Stadium 84,000 1934 8
Canberra Raiders Canberra Stadium 25,000 1981 3
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Remondis Stadium 22,500 1963 1
Gold Coast Titans CBUS Super Stadium 27,400 2007 nil
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Brookvale Oval 23,000 1946 8
Melbourne Storm AAMI Park 30,050 1997 2
Newcastle Knights Hunter Stadium 33,000 1988 2
New Zealand Warriors Mount Smart Stadium 30,000 1995 nil
North Queensland Cowboys 1300SMILE Stadium 26,500 1995 1
Parramatta Eels ANZ Stadium 84,000 1946 4
Penrith Panthers Pepper Stadium 22,500 1966 2
South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium 84,000 1908 21
St George Illawarra Dragons WIN Jubilee Oval 22,000 1998 1
Sydney Roosters Allianz Stadium 45,500 1908 13
Wests Tigers ANZ Stadium 84,000 1991 1

NRL Premiers since 2006

 

Season Premiers Score Runners-up Minor Premiers
2016 Cronulla-Sutherland 14-Dec Melbourne Storm Melbourne Storm (42 pts)
2015 North Queensland Cowboys 17-16 Brisbane Broncos Sydney Roosters (40 pts)
2014 South Sydney Rabbitohs 30 – 6 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Sydney Roosters
2013 Sydney Roosters 26-18 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Sydney Roosters (40 pts)
2012 Melbourne Storm 14-Apr Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs (40 pts)
2011 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles 24-Oct New Zealand Warriors Melbourne Storm (42 pts)
2010 St George Illawarra Dragons 32-8 Sydney Roosters St George Illawarra Dragons (38 pts)
2009 Melbourne Storm *stripped 23-16 Parramatta Eels St George Illawarra Dragons (38 pts)
2008 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles 40-0 Melbourne Storm Melbourne Storm (38 pts) *stripped
2007 Melbourne Storm *stripped 34-8 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Melbourne Storm (44 pts) *stripped
2006 Brisbane Broncos 15-Aug Melbourne Storm Melbourne Storm (44 pts) *stripped


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