The Super Rugby History
Super Rugby is the top-tier and foremost professional rugby union football competition in the Southern Hemisphere. This is officially started as ‘international domestic’ tournament with the 1996 season with 12 teams from Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. The history of naming super rugby took a long way which was not as simple as ABC.
After flying start as the Super 10 in 1993, then Super 12 and later growing into the Super 14 competition, then effective in 2011. Super Rugby expanded to 15 teams and has been rebranded as Super Rugby, whereas no number included. There were ten teams who participated in Super 10 which are Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Tonga, and Western Samoa, but it ran for only three years from 1993 to 1995. The competition was known as Super 12 through to the end of the 2005 season. Further, it was renamed to Super 14 with the addition of two teams for the 2006 season.
Super Rugby 2019
This year the championship will run from 15th February to 6th July. And in the opening match, Chiefs will take Highlanders at Hamilton, New Zealand. Within the 2011 season the competition to its present name Super Rugby (no number included). However, in present days 15 teams of Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa are taking part in the very endurable competition. It is hard to say that the organization was considering adding franchises in Argentina, Japan, and the United States by 2016.
Super Rugby Last Winner:
In the last season of Super Rugby from 17th February – 4th August 2018, and the team Crusaders was the winner. It was their ninth time to take the Super Rugby trophy, sterling silver and 49 centimeters high and weighs 2.7 kilograms to their home. This team is from New Zealand. Lions from South Africa stood as runner up whereas the final score was 37-18. Country wise New Zealand grabbed Super Rugby trophy for 16th times but both Australia and South Africa 3 times each.
Super Rugby Fan page, News & forum:
Super rugby Fan page, a fully committed and devoted page for the super rugby lovers. Here you get the chance to share your opinions and knowledge about your favorite one with your friends who also mad about super rugby like you. It also shows you what other people think about super rugby around the world. Our idea for this fan page is to generate a connection among all fans from different sides of the earth who hardly knows each other.
This is the home for Super Rugby with the latest news. This site covers all breaking news with rumors, injury reports, conference statements and much more. Here lots of posts, comments, profiles, ticket information etc. waiting for you. Now super rugby world will be always in your finger tap. Besides this a great number of websites available who bring the latest super rugby news to your door, for instance, bbc.co, yahoo, independent, planetrugby, super xv etc.
There are also some forums where you can discuss any topic relating to super rugby. Here We will also introduce you to some popular forums.
In a nutshell, we are hereby to declare that we have tried our best to bring your beloved Super Rugby world in a small corner. There might small mistakes from us. Please forgive our faults and we are also cordially welcome your valuable suggestions. You can contact us on our Facebook page and Twitter. You can also send us an email.
Betting and odd dictation:
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Fixtures & Results
|29 Jul||Crusaders v Chiefs||Christchurch||7:35 PM||0-0|
|30 Jul||Lions v Hurricanes||Johannesburg||12:30 AM||0-0|