In numbers: Super League round seven attendances

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Super League round seven saw an average attendance of 8,169 across the six fixtures.

That’s an increase of 337 compared to round six.

A total of 49,016 spectators attended a game of Super League during the seventh round of the competition.

Leeds‘ home clash with St Helens at Headingley Stadium saw the highest attendance with 14,083. Tries from Konrad Hurrell, Lewis Dodd, Jonny Lomax and a double from Tommy Makinson saw the champions claim a 26-0 win on Friday.

More attendances

Hull KR enjoyed a sell-out crowd for their clash with Warrington on Friday night. They recorded an attendance of 10,069 as Tony Smith’s side claimed a comfortable 34-18 win.

Warrington coach Daryl Powell has offered to meet any fans that travelled to Hull KR after admitting he was fuming with the performance.

The Wolves suffered their fifth consecutive loss as they were beaten 34-18, having trailed 20-0 inside 16 minutes.

Wigan’s Thursday night Super League clash with Hull saw 9,581 attend the DW Stadium. Harry Smith kicked his second drop-goal of the season to claim a 19-18 victory.

7,067 attended the Mend-A-Hose Jungle as Castleford claimed their second win of the season over Toulouse.

Huddersfield recorded an attendance of 3,845 during their home clash with Catalans at the John Smith’s Stadium. Giants Head Coach Ian Watson was unhappy with the delayed kick-off, as his side beat Catalans on Friday night.

The match was due to kick-off at 7.45pm at The John Smith’s Stadium. But Catalans were delayed coming over to the country.

One game on Sunday

Sunday’s only fixture between Wakefield and Salford saw a crowd of 4,371 at Belle Vue. Willie Poching’s side claimed a 30-24 victory, with winger Tom Johnstone scoring a brace. He left the field at half-time following a masterclass of a first half display on Sunday afternoon.

A total of 350,643 supporters have attended a top flight game of rugby league in 2022.

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About Josh McAllister 1337 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. I have supported Hull KR for more that 60 years and currently live in South Africa. I enjoy reading about the great game of rugby league. Thank you .

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