In numbers: Super League round three attendances

Josh McAllister
Super League fans

Super League round three saw an average crowd of 8,899 between the six figures.

That’s a slight improvement on round two, which saw an average of 8,511.

A total of 53,394 fans attended Super League fixtures in the third round.

Leeds’ home clash with Catalans enjoyed the highest attendance of the round at Headingley Stadium. 10,655 fans saw the Dragons claim a 10-4 victory over the Rhinos on Thursday night.

In the other Thursday night game, the DW Stadium saw an attendance of 10,291 as Wigan defeated Huddersfield. The Warriors maintained their perfect start under new head coach Matt Peet as they secured a 22-12 win over Ian Watson’s side.

St Helens attract strong crowd once again

St Helens saw another strong crowd at the Totally Wicked Stadium as the champions continued their 100% record in 2022 on Friday night against Wakefield.

10,361 spectators enjoyed the game. So far, a total of 23,469 fans have attended the opening two games at St Helens’ ground in 2022 against Catalans and Trinity respectively.

7,119 fans saw Hull KR claim their first victory of the season over Castleford at Craven Park.



Toulouse saw an attendance of 4,887 for their home game with Warrington. They continue to search for their first win of the season in their inaugural campaign in the top division.

Daryl Powell’s side are another yet to be beaten in 2022. They claimed a 32-18 victory over Super League’s newest side on Saturday evening.

10,081 attended the MKM Stadium for Hull’s 48-16 victory over Salford.

Round one remains the highest attendance of the season so far. The opening Super League weekend saw an average crowd of 9,695.

So far, 162,633 fans have attended Super League fixtures in 2022.

In numbers: Super League round two attendances

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