What teams are in the Challenge Cup Final?

The 2021 Challenge Cup Final was the 120th final of rugby league’s Challenge Cup knock-out competition. It took place on 17 July 2021 at Wembley Stadium, between Castleford Tigers and St Helens.

When did St Helens last win the Challenge Cup Final?

World Club Challenge Winners: 2001, 2007. Challenge Cup Winners: 1996, 1997, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2021.

What year did Hull FC win the Challenge Cup?

Hull FC won their first silverware of the modern era in 2005 against Leeds in the Challenge Cup Final in Cardiff. At this time, the Club was near to extinction and very nearly paid the ultimate price, but a merger with Gateshead Thunder provided the catalyst for improved fortunes both financially and in performance.

Which team has won the most Challenge Cups?

The current holders of the Challenge Cup are St. Helens, beating Castleford, 26–12 in the 2021 Final on 17 July 2021 at Wembley Stadium, winning the competition for the thirteenth time. Wigan are the most successful club in the history of the competition, winning the Cup a record 19 times.

Who won the Rugby Challenge Cup 2020?

Leeds Rhinos
The competition was won by Leeds Rhinos who beat Salford Red Devils 17–16 at Wembley Stadium on 17 October 2020. Defending champions Warrington Wolves who won the 2019 title beating St Helens 18–4 at Wembley Stadium on 24 August 2019 were knocked out by Salford in the semi-finals.

How many times has St Helens won the Challenge Cup?

St Helens R.F.C.

Club information
Championships 15 (1932, 1953, 1959, 1966, 1970, 1971, 1975, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2014, 2019, 2020)
Challenge Cups 13 (1956, 1961, 1966, 1972, 1976, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2021)
World Club Challenges 2 (2001, 2007)

Who won the Challenge Cup 2020?

Warrington Wolves
This time last year Warrington Wolves celebrated a shock 18-4 win over favourites St Helens.

Who has won the Super League the most times?

The record for most Super League titles won is held by Leeds with eight titles. Leeds captain Kevin Sinfield currently holds the record for captaining the most Super League title winning sides after captaining Leeds to 7 of their grand final successes.

When did Hull KR last won a trophy?

BBC’s Super League Show takes a look back to when Hull FC won their only Floodlit Trophy title by beating city rivals Hull Kingston Rovers in the 1979-80 final.

Why is it called Hull FC?

Nicknamed the ‘Black & Whites’ due to their historic playing strip of irregular Black & White hoops, the side also go by the name ‘The Airlie Birds’ – a name derived from the street considered to be the club’s spiritual home, The Boulevard, found itself situated on in West Hull, Airlie Street.

Who won the Super League?

St Helens R.F.C.
Super League/Latest Champion

When was the last time Salford won the Challenge Cup?

Salford Red Devils

Club information
Championships 6 (1914, 1933, 1937, 1939, 1974, 1976)
Challenge Cups 1 (1938)
Other top-tier honours 11

Who was the winner of the 1980 Challenge Cup?

The 1980–81 Challenge Cup was the 80th staging of rugby league ‘s oldest knockout competition, the Challenge Cup. Known as the Three Fives Challenge Cup for sponsorship reasons, the final was contested by Widnes and Hull Kingston Rovers at Wembley, with Widnes winning 18–9.

Who was in the FA Cup Final in 1980?

1980 FA Cup Final. The 1980 FA Cup Final was contested by West Ham United and Arsenal at Wembley. West Ham won by a single goal, scored by Trevor Brooking. To date, it is the last time a team from outside the top flight has won the FA Cup. It was West Ham’s third FA Cup triumph and the last time that they have won a major trophy.

When did Blackburn Rovers win the Challenge Cup?

3rd May 1980 was the most famous day in the club’s history. Not only did Rovers win the Challenge Cup for the first time, they did so at Wembley against their greatest rivals, Hull FC.

How did Hull KR win the Challenge Cup?

Not only did Rovers win the Challenge Cup for the first time, they did so at Wembley against their greatest rivals, Hull FC. The game itself, although lacking nothing in atmosphere, excitement and incident, was no great rugby spectacle – there was too much at stake and too much tension, which led to too many errors and penalties.