Betfred Super League has terminated Toronto Wolfpack’s Super League Participation Agreement for the 2020 season following its withdrawal from the competition last month.
Super League’s action reflects the seriousness of the breach of contract by Toronto Wolfpack, which has impacted Super League and its member clubs.
The Wolfpack would now have to enter into a new Participation Agreement before being able to play in the competition in 2021.
As previously stated by Super League and The RFL, any application received from the Club will be given full and timely consideration.
The Super League Participation Agreement, signed by Toronto Wolfpack in February, is a contract all clubs must sign as a condition of taking part in the competition. It outlines the terms that clubs must meet in order to take part in Super League. One of them is a commitment to fulfilling fixtures.
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