Learning disability super league

The ‘Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League’ gives people with learning disabilities the opportunity to play an adapted version of Rugby League, playing in festivals and events across the UK.

The programme aims to promote the development of skills, confidence, and positive experiences for people with learning disabilities.

This is a world-first initiative as a professional sports league shares its brand with a learning disability sports programme. The inclusive competition continues to grow with Club Foundations from all over Rugby League now represented in the Learning Disability Super League- including Leeds Rhinos, St Helens, Wigan Warriors, Warrington Wolves, York City Knights, Hull FC and Hull KR.

Learning Disability Rugby League is a specially adapted non-competitive game, which focuses on encouraging participation and skills development.

The LDSL programme is part of a wider strategic partnership between Community Integrated Care, the Super League and the RFL, which aims to develop and enhance the community programmes provided by the sport to people with care and support needs.


Leeds Rugby Academy, Bridge Road, Kirkstall, Leeds LS5 3BW


Every Friday- 3-4pm