In numbers: Super League Easter Monday attendances

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A total of 46,639 spectators attended a fixture on Easter Monday in the Super League. 

The six fixtures saw an average attendance of 7,773. That’s a decrease of 2,648 compared to Rivals Round last week.

Wigan enjoy biggest crowd of the round

Wigan saw the biggest crowd of the day, with 11,621 inside the DW Stadium. Matt Peet’s side ran in nine tries to claim a 54-10 victory over Wakefield. Bevan French (2), Brad Singleton (2), Jai Field (2), Abbas Miski, Harry Smith and Cade Cust went over for the Warriors. Smith finished the game with a personal points tally of 22 after scoring a try and kicking nine goals.

Thomas Minns and Jacob Miller went over for Trinity.

Castleford at near sell-out

Castleford saw an attendance of 9,372 at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle for their clash with Leeds. Lee Radford’s side claimed their fourth win of the season.

A crowd of 9,726 attended the last fixture of the day at Hull’s MKM Stadium. The side claimed a close 18-16 victory over Warrington, live on Sky Sports.

St Helens took over 1,500 travelling fans to the John Smith’s Stadium for their clash with Huddersfield. The Giants recorded an attendance of 6,519.

Toulouse enjoy highest attendance yet

Toulouse Olympique enjoyed their highest attendance yet in Super League with 6,180. They played hosts to Hull KR, who claimed an away win with a close 28-24 score.


Yet to be confirmed, but Salford are believed to have had 3,221 attend their clash with Catalans at the AJ Bell Stadium. It would be the lowest recorded attendance so far in 2022.

Steve McNamara’s side made it two from two over the busy Easter period with a 36-10 victory.

A total of 459,813 supporters have attended a top flight game of rugby league in 2022.

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About Josh McAllister 1319 Articles
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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  1. And Salfords attendance will keep going down with the way things on the field are going , championship management not super league

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