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Rugby League 3
Rugby League 3 Cover.jpg
Developer(s) Sidhe Interactive
Publisher(s) Home Entertainment Suppliers
Platform(s) Wii
Release date(s) March 18, 2010[1]
Genre(s) Sports
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Rating(s) G
Media Wii DVD
Input methods Wii Remote, Nunchuk, GameCube controller

Rugby League 3 is an upcoming video game based on the sport of Rugby League that will be released on March 18, 2010 in Australia, France, New Zealand and the United Kingdom[2][1]. It will be the fourth rugby league video game released by Sidhe Interactive since 2003 with the lastest being Rugby League 2 World Cup Edition in 2008.



  • Visceral Wii Remote motion controls bring the physicality of Rugby League into your living room[3].
  • 38 stadia from Australia, France, New Zealand and the United Kingdom[3].
  • Team level gameplay features including defensive line controls, attacking strategy selection, team confidence, and AI support play[3].
  • Build a champion team in the Multi-year Franchise Mode including advanced player management, Dally M Player of the Year and Man of Steel, club records and optional manual rep selection[3].
  • Create and customise players, teams, and competitions[3].
  • Broadcast style presentation with enhanced replay angles, match highlights, and in-game commentary from Channel Nine’s Andrew Voss .


There are demos at a range of locations.

Screen Shots:

Sreenshots have been release and can be found on the official website.


There are 8 confirmed domestic leagues to date and over 80 teams in the game, as well as an unconfirmed amount of national teams. New to Rugby League 3 are the Toyota Cup, Co-operative Championship and Championship One; none of which are featured in prior versions.[1]



So far the following clubs have been confirmed (Toyota Cup teams are currently known but are not in teams list):[4][1]

International Teams[1]


The list of stadia appearing in Rugby League 3 include[1]


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