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Premiership Rugby | Premiership Rugby Salary Cap

For the 2020-21 Salary Cap Year, the level of the Salary Cap is £6,400,000 with the following credits and exclusions: Home Grown Player Credits totalling £600,000 (up to £50,000 per player ...

What will Premiership Rugby salary cap mean? | Rugby Union ...

Clubs have agreed to cut the league's salary cap from £7m to £6m for the 2021/22 campaign. The salary cap has been cut to ease the pressure on clubs following the coronavirus pandemic.

The Rugby salary caps of each country ranked - here's who has ...

The overall Super Rugby salary cap has been adjusted to a total of Aus$5.5million (US$4.3 million), with the average player receiving Aus £125,000 in 2018. Reports said this was a rise of about 10 percent.

Salary Cap : Premiership Rugby | Aviva Premiership Rugby ...

Salary Cap. The level of the Salary Cap is proportionate and aligned to the growth of the business and is linked directly to the annual net central distributions to the Clubs from Premiership...

Salary cap - Wikipedia

Major League Rugby. The current team salary cap in the Major League Rugby is $500,000. Other North American leagues. Salary caps are common in other leagues. The salary cap of the first Arena Football League was $1.82 million per team in its final season in 2008.

Premiership salary cap to remain at £7m in 2018-19 and 2019 ...

The salary cap limit currently stands at £6.5m, but this will rise to £7m at the start of the 2017-18 season. "We have a very strong and highly competitive league," Premiership Rugby chief ...

Premiership Rugby clubs unanimously approve salary cap ...

Premiership Rugby clubs unanimously approve salary cap overhaul Last Updated: 02/06/20 12:04pm All 13 Premiership clubs have unanimously approved a sweeping overhaul of the league’s salary cap.

Rugby's rich list: The world's highest-paid players in 2020

WalesOnline reports that Scotland captain Stuart Hogg was the highest-paid player in Scotland during his time with the Glasgow Warriors, but added an extra £200,000 to his salary when he joined English club Exeter Chiefs last year. 9. Michael Hooper (Australia/Waratahs) – £572,000 (AU$1.1m)