Full list of every Super League player out of contract at end of 2022

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With the recruitment window now open in Super League, here’s a full list of every player out of contract at the end of 2022. 

There are still some big names in the Super League competition without a contract for the 2023 season and beyond.

Castleford Tigers

Cheyse Blair, Derrell Olpherts, James Clare, Sosaia Feki, Brad Martin, Lewis Peachey, Mahe Fonua (options for 2023 and 2024).

FEKI: Former Tonga international heads to Championship for rest of season

Catalans Dragons

Mathieu Cozza, Benjamin Jullien, Samisoni Langi, Corentin Le Cam, Michael McIlorum, Arthur Romano, Dean Whare.

Huddersfield Giants

Sebastine Ikahihifo, Ricky Leutele, Jack Ashworth, Jack Cogger, Ashton Golding, Joe Greenwood, Chester Butler, Nathan Mason, Jon Luke Kirby, Chris McQueen.

EXIT: Ricky Leutele set for Huddersfield departure

Hull FC

Jordan Johnstone, Cameron Scott, Danny Houghton, Joe Lovodua, Luke Gale.

VIKING: Jordan Johnstone to return to former club Widnes

Hull KR

Albert Vete, Korbin Sims, Brad Takairangi, Ben Crooks, Will Maher, Greg Richards, Charlie Cavanaugh, Tom Whur.

VETE: Former Tonga international finds new club

Leeds Rhinos

Bodene Thompson, Tom Briscoe, Brad Dwyer, Zak Hardaker, Muizz Mustapha.

Salford Red Devils

Elijah Taylor, Greg Burke, Harvey Livett, Sam Luckley.

FAREWELL: Harvey Livett likely to have played last game for Salford

St Helens

James Roby, Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Matty Foster, Josh Simm, Aaron Smith.

Toulouse Olympique

Guy Armitage, Anthony Marion, Ilias Bergal, Paul Marcon, Joseph Paulo, Joe Bretherton, Harrison Hansen, Eloi Pelissier, Andrew Dixon, Lloyd White, Hugo Pezet.

Wakefield Trinity

Tinirau Arona, David Fifita, Jacob Miller, James Batchelor, Jack Croft, Jay Pitts (option for 2023), Yusuf Aydin, Jai Whitbread (option for 2023), Sadiq Adebiyi (option for 2023).

MILKY: Jacob Miller staying put in UK but unsure whether it will be with Wakefield

Warrington Wolves

Jack Hughes, Eribe Doro, Matt Davis, Robbie Mulhern, Gareth Widdop, Jacob Gannon.

Wigan Warriors

Bevan French, Jake Bibby, Tommy Leuluai.

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Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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