Throughout the 25 years, some clubs have had more highs than others with only four clubs - St Helens, Leeds Rhinos, Wigan Warriors and Warrington Wolves - playing every season since the competition kicked off in 1996. Only four clubs have had their name etched on the Super League trophy, below is an all-time table for every club to have played in the competition. Teams who have played one season or less in the top flight have not been included in the list while points accumulated in the Super 8s have also been omitted.
5. Bradford Bulls: 617
Despite being relegated from the top flight in 2014, the Bulls sit fifth in the all-time points ladder. Bradford won the Super League title four times and reached the Grand Final seven times. They also became the first side to win the treble in the summer era, achieving the feat in 2003.
6. Hull FC: 613
The Black and Whites did not compete in the first Super League season in 1996 after missing the cut-off with a 10th-placed finish in the final winter season. They won the first division title in the same year, earning a place in Super League in 1997. They lost against St Helens in their only Grand Final appearance in 2006.
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7. Castleford Tigers: 550
The Tigers were one of the founding members of Super League but were relegated from the top flight in 2004. They made an immediate return but dropped out of the division again after losing to rivals Wakefield Trinity in the 'Battle of Belle Vue.' They returned in 2007 before winning the League Leaders' Shield in 2017, they reached the Grand Final in the same season but were beaten by Leeds Rhinos.
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8. Huddersfield Giants: 498
The Giants have spent the majority of the summer era in the top flight. They were relegated in 2001 but breezed through their 2002 campaing in the second tier to earn promotion back to Super League. They won the League Leaders' Shield in 2013 but have never played in a Grand Final. The points tally includes the 2000 season when they merged with Sheffield to become the Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants.
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