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Leeds Rhinos
are an English professional rugby league football club based in Leeds, West Yorkshire. They compete in Europe's Super League competition and are the current champions, having won the 2009 Grand Final. The club's home is the 22,250 capacity Headingley Stadium, which is in the suburb of Headingley, northwest Leeds, where they have played since 1890. Leeds are one of the oldest clubs in the world and are owned by the same company that also run the Leeds Carnegie rugby union team. The club are the third most successful rugby league club in England behind only St Helens and Wigan, as judged by the number of Challenge Cups won.

The club was founded in 1870, playing under the Rugby Football Union until 1895, when they were one of the original twenty-two rugby clubs that formed the Rugby Football League, making them one of the world's first rugby league teams. Leeds won their first Challenge Cup final in 1910, and have gone on to win it eleven more times. They did not claim their first championship until 1961. Since then they have won seven in total, as well as two World Club Challenge titles. Leeds were one of the original twelve Super League clubs when rugby league became a summer sport in 1996. They introduced the Rhinos nickname and logo in 1997.On 10 October 2009, Leeds won the Super League Grand Final against St Helens at Old Trafford, on an 18–10 scoreline. Leeds thus became the first club to be Super League champions three seasons running.


Full name
Leeds Rhinos RLFC
Nickname(s)
Rhinos, The Loiners
Founded
1870