The amazing attendance over the weekend that you didn’t know about

Often attendances is a focal point in the mind of rugby league fans as they look for signs of development and growth.

So fans will be glad to know that there was one stand out attendance in rugby league over the weekend that everyone missed.

That was the attendance as Carcassonne and Limoux battled it out in the Elite One Championship Grand Final in France.

It was comparable to a Super League attendance with 8,221 fans there according to Catalan Media.

A great boost for French rugby league at this time after the debacle with the World Cup.

Hopefully it can continue to build.

It’s been a brilliant weekend for attendances. There was a huge 14,161 fans at Headingley for Leeds’ clash with St Helens.

Meanwhile, it appeared to be a strong attendance at Hull KR for the visit of Wigan but the club continue not to disclose their attendances.

Both Leigh and Catalans had over 8,000 fans in attendance.

Sadly Huddersfield were unable to surpass 5,000 on this occasion. This was the case at Salford too.

Hull KR vs Wigan Warriors
Attendance: Undisclosed

Leeds Rhinos vs St Helens
Attendance: 14,161

Leigh Leopards vs Warrington Wolves
Attendance: 8,120

Catalans Dragons vs Wakefield Trinity
Attendance: 8,123

Huddersfield Giants vs Castleford Tigers
Attendance: 4,206

Salford Red Devils vs Hull FC
Attendance: 4,569