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Rugby Union Gallagher Premiership News. Latest Filters. Content type News Video. Team of the Week: Nations Cup standouts combine. The most recently promoted side are Newcastle Falcons , who returned to the top flight in The governing body of rugby union in England, the Rugby Football Union RFU , long resisted leagues as it was believed that the introduction of leagues would increase 'dirty' play and put pressure on clubs to pay their players thereby contravening the amateur ethos.
Instead, clubs arranged their own fixtures and had traditional games. The only organised tournaments were the County Cups and County Championship — the former played by clubs and the latter by County representative teams.
The Daily Telegraph and a few local newspapers — such as the Yorkshire Post — compiled 'pennants' based on teams' performances, but as the strength of fixture lists varied, it was at best an estimate of a team's performance throughout a season.
In the RFU sanctioned a national knock-out cup — the RFU Club Competition, the predecessor to the Anglo-Welsh Cup — followed first by regional merit tables and then, in the mids, by national merit tables.
One of the casualties of the move to competitive leagues was the loss of some traditional games as the new fixture lists didn't allow time for all of them.
The league system has evolved since its start in when the Courage Leagues were formed — a league pyramid with roughly 1, clubs playing in leagues, each with promotion and relegation.
In the first season , clubs were expected to arrange the fixtures on mutually convenient dates. That first season was an unqualified success, with clubs in the upper echelons of the national leagues reporting increased crowds, interest from both local backers and national companies, and higher skill levels among players exposed to regular competition.
The fears that leagues would lead to greater violence on the field proved largely unfounded. By the next season , the RFU allocated fixed Saturdays to the league season, removing the clubs' responsibility for scheduling matches.
There was no home and away structure to the leagues in those early seasons, as sides played one another only once.
Initially two teams, Bath and Leicester , proved to be head and shoulders above the rest in the Courage League, and between them dominated the top of the table.
In the league structure expanded to include a full rota of home and away matches for the first time. The —95 season was the first to be shown live on Sky Sports , a relationship which continued until the —14 season when BT Sport acquired the exclusive rights.
The league turned professional for the —97 season when the first winners were Wasps , joining Bath and Leicester as the only champions in the league's first decade.
Clubs like Saracens , Newcastle and Northampton were able to attract wealthy benefactors, but the professional era also had its casualties, as clubs like West Hartlepool , Richmond and London Scottish were forced into administration when their backers pulled out.
The start of the —01 season brought with it a re-vamping of the season structure. In — an eight-team playoff the Championship was introduced.
However, the team finishing top of the table at the end of the regular season was still considered English champions "Premiership title".
Halfway through the —02 season, with Leicester odds-on to win their fourth title in succession, it was controversially decided that the winners of the eight-team playoff would be crowned English champions.
From the beginning of the —03 season, a new playoff format was introduced to replace the 8-team Championship. The format required the first-placed team in the league to play the winner of a match between the second- and third-placed teams.
Critically, the winner of this game the Premiership Final would be recognised as English champions. Although Gloucester won the league by a clear margin, they then faced a three-week wait until the final.
Having lost their momentum, they were beaten by second-placed Wasps who had defeated third-placed Northampton in the play-offs. The playoff structure was reformatted in the —06 season in which the first-placed team would play the fourth placed team in a semi-final a Shaughnessy playoff.
Since the implementation of the playoff system, only four teams have won both the regular season and playoffs in the same year: Leicester in —01 the first year of the playoffs , —09 and —10, Sale Sharks in —06, Harlequins in —12 and Saracens in — Of all the Premiership teams, Wasps have made a reputation for playing the competition format to perfection, peaking at the right time to be crowned English Champions in , , and Wasps did not lead the league standings at the end of the season in any of these years.
Conversely, Gloucester have garnered an unfortunate reputation for leading the table at the end of the regular season, only to fall short of winning the Premiership title, losing finals in , , and Gloucester's single victory in the playoffs, in , occurred when league leaders Leicester were still considered English champions, meaning Gloucester's Championship victory was considered secondary.
The —12 season saw Harlequins add their name to the trophy on their first attempt, winning 30—23 against the nine-times champions Leicester.
Leicester would have to wait until —13 for their 10th championship, where they defeated Northampton in the final.
The —14 Aviva Premiership season saw Northampton become the 8th different team to win the trophy.
This was achieved when they defeated Leicester Tigers in the semi-final 21—20, thus denying Leicester a 10th Consecutive Final. With the future of the Heineken Cup uncertain beyond —14, due to a row between England's Premiership Rugby Limited and France's LNR on one side and the sport's governing bodies on the other, Premiership Rugby Limited explored several moves toward expanding its brand into the United States.
The "Barbarians" were intended to play matches in August in the U. The first match under the new deal was held on 16 September , with Newcastle Falcons taking their home fixture against Saracens to the Talen Energy Stadium in the Philadelphia suburb of Chester, Pennsylvania.
The game was shown live on NBC. In —20, once again no matches were scheduled to take place in the US. In March , allegations emerged that Saracens may have broken the league's salary cap , the story was initially printed in the Daily Mail and claimed Saracens chairman Nigel Wray had invested in companies with players such as Richard Wigglesworth , Mako Vunipola , Billy Vunipola and Maro Itoje.
In June, Premiership Rugby announced that they would investigate the allegations. It also included Saracens claim that the Salary Cap was unenforceable under competition law, this defence was rejected.
On 28 January , Premiership Rugby applied a further 70 point deduction for the —20 season to ensure Saracens would finish bottom of the league table.
A total of 28 clubs have been involved in the top-flight since the league's inception in the —88 season. The most recent club to make its debut in the Premiership was London Welsh , which made their top flight debut in — Four clubs— Bath , Gloucester , Leicester and Wasps —have appeared in every season to date.
Harlequins have only missed the —06 season. Below, the —21 clubs are listed in bold ; ever-present clubs are listed in bold italics.
Years listed are the calendar years in which the seasons ended. Source: . The Premiership Rugby season typically runs from September to June and comprises 22 rounds of matches, with each club playing each other home and away.
The results of the matches contribute points to the league as follows :. Following the completion of the regular season, the top 4 teams enter the play-offs, which are held in June.
The top two teams receive home advantage, the league leaders hosting the 4th ranked team, and the 2nd place team hosting the 3rd place team.
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