Super League’s 26-year existence has witnessed some bumper crowds over the seasons with records consistently being broken.
From the list, it is quite clear that one fixture trumps all with Wigan and St Helens games being responsible for six of the top ten.
That derby has become even tastier in 2022 as the Warriors entered in a new era under head coach Matt Peet, with Lee Briers and Sean O’Loughlin as his assistants. Shaun Wane also returned to the club where he won so much in a backroom leadership role.
Meanwhile, Kristian Woolf has continued to build his St Helens side for yet another tilt at the Super League title after three successive Grand Final victories.
It is also interesting to note that Bradford Bulls – who haven’t been in the Super League competition since 2014 – are responsible for two of the greatest crowds in Super League history whilst two neutral venues have witnessed two in the top ten.
But, along with the St Helens and Wigan fixtures, which ten regular round games have brought in the most spectators?
31,555 Catalans Dragons v Wigan Warriors (18/5/19)
(at Camp Nou, Barcelona)
25,004 Wigan Warriors v St Helens (25/3/05)
24,057 Wigan Warriors v St Helens (22/4/11)
24,054 Wigan Warriors v St Helens (3/4/15)
24,028 Wigan Warriors v St Helens (6/4/07)
24,020 Bradford Bulls v Leeds Rhinos (3/9/99)
23,861 Wigan Warriors v St Helens (29/3/13)
23,390 Wigan Warriors v St Helens (14/4/17)
23,375 Bradford Bulls v Leeds Rhinos (5/6/04)
23,246 Leeds Rhinos v Castleford Tigers (23/3/18)
(at Elland Road)