The reasons the rugby union in Australia is in trouble

Australian rugby team, Wallabies, this weekend could be crowned world champions for a third time. While the rugby federation ordered fanatical follow-ups in certain geographic regions and parts of Australian society.

And it has a long and outstanding history, it has failed to keep up with other football codes. in some levels. When the rugby association was professionalized in 1995, the sport’s administrators didn’t expand its appeal. Many people have organized and supported the unique culture of this sport.

While sports such as the Australian Rules encourage indigenous peoples and other minorities to participate. And the A-League has welcomed British Australians to the world by de-nationalizing the sport

In the super-commercialization era of intermediate sport, rugby associations struggled to attract new followers in significant numbers. While the rules were changed and new competitions like Super Rugby and the National Rugby Championship were formed.

The TV ratings were disappointing, not to mention the crowd at the games. Bledisloe Cup match between Australia and New Zealand in Sydney is not an auction. The lousy National Rugby Championship drew an audience of most of the games and ranked low on pay TV.

Potential rugby league fans found very little connection with the National Rugby Championships. And it even less identifiable with different invented clubs. Such as the star stars and game Rays.

The Rugby League is not a national sport. Its support facilities are mainly located in NSW and Queensland. While the sport was introduced across Australia in the 1870s, at the end of World War I, its base was in two states and especially Sydney.

This is similar to the recurring support model for sports such as boating, archery and yachting at the Olympic Games. Australians are fans of these sports for winning medals carry an international reputation.

Also, in the era of talent identification programs, players are identified and included in elite programs. Before that, the philosophy was that all students in the rugby schools of the rugby team would play the sport.