|Date||R||Home vs Away||-|
|06/23 16:30||-||St Helens Women vs Leeds Women||18-20|
|10/10 14:00||-||St Helens Women vs Leeds Women||28-0|
|09/26 14:30||-||Leeds Women vs York City Knights Women||22-18|
|09/26 12:15||-||St Helens Women vs Castleford Women||58-0|
|10/11 19:30||-||Castleford Women vs Leeds Women||12-20|
|10/11 18:30||-||Leeds Women vs Castleford Women||4-8|
|09/08 13:00||-||St Helens Women vs Leeds Women||20-20|
The Rugby Football League Women's Super League (known as the Betfred Women's Super League due to sponsorship) is the elite women's rugby league club competition in England. Originally competed between four teams in the 2017 season, the league has developed with the 2021 season being contested by 10 teams playing home and away against each other with subsequent play-offs and a grand final.
The first women's competition that was set up was the Women's Rugby League Championship, set up in 2014. It was mostly made up of community clubs with only Hunslet, Featherstone Rovers and Rochdale Hornets being professional clubs with a women's team. The league had a very low profile and only ran for three years until the Women's Super League was formed in 2017.
To give the sport a bigger profile, the Super League name used by the men's game was adopted in 2017. The new league was still made up of community clubs but more professional clubs entered a women's team, notably Bradford Bulls took over the Bradford Thunderbirds team. The four founding clubs were Bradford Bulls, Castleford Tigers, Featherstone Rovers and Thatto Heath Crusaders.
The league expanded the following year with Leeds, York and Wigan joining while St. Helens took over from Thatto Heath Crusaders. The league was expanded again to eight clubs for 2019 with the addition of Wakefield Trinity Ladies.
The league continued to grow with Warrington Wolves and Huddersfield Giants joining from the Championship for the 2020 season. The structure was also slightly changed with the addition of the Shield Final for the bottom six clubs to play for.