Club rankings on Our League app revealed

Bradford top the list of Championship and League 1 clubs for registered members on the RFL’s Our League app, which recently passed 150,000 members.

Clubs are encouraged to get fans to sign up to the app as it represents one of the areas that clubs are assessed on in terms of return on investment when it comes to determining central funding.

The Bulls are the only club outside Super League to hit five figures, and sit above Leigh and Widnes.

  • 1. Bradford Bulls – 10,385
  • 2. Leigh Centurions – 7,268
  • 3. Widnes Vikings – 6,916
  • 4. Featherstone Rovers – 5,249
  • 5. York City Knights – 4,832
  • 6. Halifax – 3,790
  • 7. Barrow Raiders – 3,233
  • 8. London Broncos – 2,907
  • 9. Batley – 2,795
  • 10. Doncaster – 2,702
  • 11. Dewsbury – 2,505
  • 12. Oldham – 2,441
  • 13. Whitehaven – 2,434
  • 14. Workington Town – 2,246
  • 15. Toulouse Olympique – 2,188
  • 16. Newcastle Thunder – 2,054
  • 17. Hunslet – 1,690
  • 18. Swinton Lions – 1,647
  • 19. Sheffield Eagles – 1,517
  • 20. Keighley – 1,446
  • 21. Coventry Bears – 1,200
  • 22. Rochdale Hornets – 1,005
  • 23. North Wales Crusaders – 885
  • 24. London Skolars – 717
  • 25. West Wales Raiders – 710

The app has been used recently to stream live Super League games for the first time, albeit limited to only season ticket holders of the clubs involved, though it has experienced issues, with the RFL forced to apologise for the problems experienced during the Leeds game against Catalans earlier this week.

On reaching 150,000 members, the RFL’s chief commercial officer Mark Foster said: “Our League this year was set to stream a record number of matches from across the sport. For obvious reasons that hasn’t happened, yet membership numbers continue to grow because of what the app has to offer in terms of experience and engagement – and live streaming of Betfred Super League fixture to season ticket holders.

“If you’re not already an Our League member, sign up today! You also start earning points in the Rewards4RugbyLeague loyalty programme and help yourself to fantastic savings on the very best events in our sport and other rewards.”

Hull KR fan Paul Murphy became Our League’s 150,000th member and the lifelong Robins’ fan received two tickets to the 2021 Challenge Cup final at Wembley as a result.

 

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