As we approach the resumption of the 2020 domestic season, we have calculated an all-time Super League table featuring every team since the competition began in 1996.
The table takes into consideration all regular season matches up until the present day, as well as points deductions and all Super League Super 8s matches (not including the Super 8s Qualifiers).
Toronto Wolfpack and all matches against them are not included having had their results expunged from the 2020 season, while playoff matches are also exempt with the table only counting regular season games.
Unsurprisingly, St Helens, Wigan and Leeds, the competition’s most successful teams, take up the top three positions.
Warrington and Hull make up the top five with the Bradford Bulls, who are now in their sixth season outside the top flight, sitting sixth above Castleford and Huddersfield.
Workington Town are bottom of the table having picked up only five points in the 1996 season, their one and only Super League season to date.
From left to right, the columns featured in the table are: Number of seasons, matches played, won, drawn, lost, points differential and total points.
Super League all-time table 1996-2020:
2001: Wakefield (salary cap breach) -2 points
2003: Halifax (salary cap breach) -2 points
2003: Hull FC (salary cap breach) -2 points
2003: St Helens (salary cap breach) -2 points
2006: Bradford (salary cap breach) -2 points
2006: Wigan (salary cap breach) -2 points
2007: Bradford (salary cap breach) -2 points
2007: Wigan (salary cap breach) -4 points
2011: Wakefield (administration) -4 points
2011: Crusaders (administration) -4 points
2012: Bradford (administration) -6 points
2013: Salford (fielding extra player) -2 points
2014: Bradford (administration) -6 points
2016: Salford (salary cap breach) -6 points