1963–64 Northern Rugby Football League season
|1963–64 Rugby Football League season|
|League||Northern Rugby Football League|
|Top point-scorer(s)||Neil Fox 313|
|Top try-scorer(s)||John Stopford 45|
|Second Division Champions||Oldham|
1963-64 season saw the league continue to be split into two divisions with each team playing each other team home and away and no play offs.
Swinton won their sixth Championship.
The 2nd Division Champions were Oldham
Bradford Northern disbanded on 10 December 1963 after playing 13 matches which were then declared null and void, and expunged from the 1963–64 season's records. They had won 1 and lost 12. Their last match on 23 November attracted a club record lowest crowd of just 324 against Barrow.
There was no promotion or relegation as the League returned to one division in 1964-65.
St. Helens won the Lancashire League and Halifax won the Yorkshire League. St. Helens beat Leigh 15–4 to win the Lancashire County Cup and Halifax beat Featherstone Rovers 10–0 to win the Yorkshire County Cup.
|9||Hull Kingston Rovers||30||15||0||15||30|
The months from September until November also saw the appearance of the Australian team in England on their 1963–64 Kangaroo Tour. Other than the three test Ashes series against Great Britain (won 2–1 by Australia), The Kangaroos played 19 matches against Northern Rugby Football League clubs and county representative sides.
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- "RFL All Time Records". Archived from the original on 2009-09-16. Retrieved 2009-08-07.
- "RFL Challenge Cup Roll of Honour". Archived from the original on 2009-09-16. Retrieved 2009-08-07.