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Super League 2024 discussion

Perth Red

Post Whore
High flying HKR lose on the road in the top of the table clash, other games going largely to form, London get their first win against hopeless Hull.


Perth Red

Post Whore
As the Super League season approaches the midway point in proceedings, it’s beginning to become apparent how all clubs are faring when it comes to crowds.

Granted, some people do view rugby league’s constant focus on crowds are a bit of an obsession: but it’s certainly interesting this season to see which clubs are up – and which clubs are down.

Of course, there are caveats to every club’s figures, be that positive mitigation in their favour, or cause for concern. So without further ado, here’s how every club has performed so far.

Castleford Tigers: 8,209*​

2023: 6,976 (+1,233)​

Catalans Dragons: 8,703
2023: 8,773 (-70)​

Huddersfield Giants: 5,663
2023: 5,244 (+419)​

Hull FC: 12,088
2023: 12,053 (+35)​

Hull KR: 10,151 (est)
2023: 8,362 (+1,789)​

Leeds Rhinos: 13,877
2023: 13,326 (+551)​

Leigh Leopards: 8,511
2023: 7,254 (+1,257)​

London Broncos: 3,420
2023: 1,006 (+2,414)​

St Helens: 12,831
2023: 12,783 (+48)​

Salford Red Devils: 5,594
2023: 5,121 (+473)​

Warrington Wolves: 9,475
2023: 10,894 (-1,419)​

Wigan Warriors: 14,289
2023: 13,198 (+1,091)​