There has been talk recently of Super League being cut down to 10 teams and we want to know what you think of the possibility.
Gary Carter had an exclusive in The Sun yesterday on the subject, claiming Super League could possibly lose two teams under a controversial two-tier plan.
It is reported that top-flight club bosses are expected to vote on whether to increase Super League to 14 teams or be trimmed down to 10 teams, with a second-tier of 10 below it.
SunSport have reported that all the central funding would go to those 20 clubs though, which indicates that any team outside of that will have to fend for themselves.
Castleford Tigers, Catalans Dragons, Huddersfield Giants, Hull FC, Hull KR, Leeds Rhinos, Salford Red Devils, St Helens, Wakefield Trinity, Warrington Wolves, Widnes Vikings and Wigan Warriors are the 12 clubs currently competing in Super League.
Also, there is always talk of there being too many games played each year, so wouldn’t 14 teams just put even more pressure on the bodies of players?
But then will four games less in a standard season be damaging for clubs financially?
The debate could go on for hours and hours.
It could be argued that games would be more entertaining if there were less teams and fixtures, but then fans would lose their good value for money. Swings and roundabouts?
There will always be different views between everyone in Rugby League, but one thing that, probably, all of us can agree on is the fact that the future of the sport needs to be confirmed and sharpish.
Do you think the Super League should be cut to 10 teams, kept the same with 12 or expanded to 14 teams? Let us know in the comments below.