The home for European Club Rugby advanced stats in 2023-24.

The Rugby World Cup has come and gone with the Springboks securing a record fourth title. However, there is plenty of rugby still to be enjoyed with the European domestic leagues – the Gallagher Premiership, TOP 14, and United Rugby Championship – all well underway. Those leagues boasting stars such as World Cup winners Siya Kolisi and Steven Kitshoff and Six Nations superstars Finn Russell, Damian Penaud and Maro Itoje to name a few.

40 clubs participate across the three competitions:

Premiership: Bath Rugby, Bristol Bears, Exeter Chiefs, Gloucester Rugby, Harlequins, Leicester Tigers, Newcastle Falcons, Northampton Saints, Sale Sharks, Saracens

TOP 14: ASM Clermont Auvergne, Bayonne, Castres Olympique, Lyon, Montpellier Herault Rugby, Oyonnax, Racing 92, RC Toulon, Section Paloise, Stade Francais Paris, Stade Rochelais, Stade Toulousain, Union Bordeaux-Begles, USAP

URC: Benetton Rugby, Bulls, Cardiff Rugby, Connacht Rugby, Dragons RFC, Edinburgh Rugby, Glasgow Warriors, Leinster Rugby, Lions, Munster Rugby, Ospreys, Scarlets, Sharks, Stormers, Ulster Rugby, Zebre Parma

Who are the leading teams and players by the numbers? Which of the world class talent is pulling their weight and contributing towards their team’s success, and who isn’t?

You can now find out for yourself. This page hosts a wide range of player stats and team data, allowing you to compare teams and players across different leagues for the first time. From simpler metrics such as carries, tackles and rucks to more advanced stats such as tackle evasion, 22 exit success, team movement and more, this stats hub has everything you need to jump in and start exploring.


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