Every stadium that has hosted a Super League fixture

Nou Camp. PA Images

The iconic Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona is the last new venue to host a Super League fixture back in 2019, and became the 69th stadium to do so. 

Catalans took on Wigan in front of a record crowd of 31,555 for a regular season match, with the Dragons claiming a 33-16 victory. 

The previous record for a regular Super League fixture was back in March 25, 2005, as an attendance of 25,004 saw Wigan host St Helens at the DW Stadium.

It’s not the first time Super League has been played in Spain though – 10 years ago, Catalans took a game on the road to Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, losing 24-12 to Warrington in front of a crowd of 18,150.

Wigan have also taken games to The Den, London, and to Wollongong in Australia as they played Hull at the WIN Stadium. It was the first-ever Super League fixture outside of Europe back in February 2018.

The Magic Weekend, which started in 2007, has had five venues including Liverpool’s Anfield, which has already hosted regular Super League games involving St Helens before.

Toronto Wolfpack won promotion to Super League in 2020, but did not host a top flight fixture at Lamport Stadium before the club withdrew from the competition.

The list in full is below, including Old Trafford which has hosted every Grand Final since 1998.

Adams Park (Wycombe)
Anfield (Liverpool)
Belle Vue (Wakefield)
Boundary Park (Oldham)
Bramall Lane (Sheffield)
Brewery Field (Bridgend)
Brisbane Road (Leyton)
Cardiff Arms Park (Cardiff)
Central Park (Wigan)
Craven Park (Hull)
Derwent Park (Workington)
Don Valley Stadium (Sheffield)
DW Stadium (Wigan)
Ealing Trailfinders (Ealing)
Elland Road (Leeds)
Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys (Barcelona)
Etihad Stadium (Manchester)
Gateshead International Stadium (Gateshead)
Griffin Park (Brentford)
Halliwell Jones Stadium (Warrington)
Halton Stadium (Widnes)
Headingley (Leeds)
Hilton Park (Leigh)
John Smith’s Stadium (Huddersfield)
KCOM Stadium (Hull)
Knowsley Road (St Helens)
Leigh Sports Village (Leigh)
Millennium Stadium (Cardiff)
Molesey Road (Esher)
Murrayfield (Edinburgh)
Oakwell (Barnsley)
Odsal (Bradford)
Old Trafford (Manchester)
Parc des Sports et de l’Amitie (Narbonne)
Priestfield (Gillingham)
Racecourse Ground (Wrexham)
Rodney Parade (Newport)
AJ Bell Stadium (Salford)
Saltergate (Chesterfield)
Sixfields (Northampton)
St James’ Park (Newcastle)
Stade Aime Giral (Perpignan)
Stade d’Albert Domec (Carcassonne)
Stade de la Méditerranée (Beziers)
Stade de la Mosson (Montpellier)
Stade Ernest-Wallon (Toulouse)
Stade Gilbert Brutus (Perpignan)
Stade Saint-Michel (Canet)
Stade Sébastien Charléty (Paris)
Stade Yves-du-Manoir (Montpellier)
The Boulevard (Hull)
The Den (Millwall)
The Gnoll (Neath)
The Hive Stadium (Barnet)
The Shay (Halifax)
The Valley (Charlton)
The Willows (Salford)
Thrum Hall (Halifax)
Totally Wicked Stadium (St Helens)
Twickenham Stoop (Harlequins)
Tynecastle (Edinburgh)
Valley Parade (Bradford)
Vetch Field (Swansea)
Watersheddings (Oldham)
Welford Road (Leicester)
Wheldon Road (Castleford)
Wilderspool (Warrington)
Wollongong Showground (Wollongong)

How many of the above have you been to? Let us know in the comments below and on social media @loverugbyleague

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