|Most recent season or competition:|
2019 Super W season
|No. of teams||5|
|NSW Waratahs (2019)|
|Most titles||NSW Waratahs (2)|
|TV partner(s)||Fox Sports|
Five women's rugby teams compete in the Super W as of 2019[update]:
|Brumbies||Canberra, Australian Capital Territory||Canberra Stadium||25,011||2018|
|Melbourne Rebels||Melbourne, Victoria||AAMI Park
Box Hill Rugby Club
|NSW Waratahs||Sydney, New South Wales||Allianz Stadium
|Queensland||Brisbane, Queensland||Ballymore Stadium
|RugbyWA||Perth, Western Australia||Harvey Field
|2018||5||NSW Waratahs||16–13||Queensland||Western Force||Brumbies|
By overall placingsEdit
- The RugbyWA tally includes the result for the team's previous incarnation as the Western Force in 2018.
For the inaugural season, the teams's playing lists were constructed from scratch throughout the later stages of 2018. Clubs were asked to nominate a list of desired players, with the Super W assigning two of these "marquee" players to each club. In addition, clubs were able to sign a number of players with existing connections to the club, or with arrangements for club sponsored work or study. All participants are required to be over the age of 17.
The official internet/mobile broadcast partner of the Super W is Foxtel Now and Foxtel Go part of Foxtel. The company hosts the league website as well as those of each of the eight participation clubs. The Super W has retained digital broadcast rights to matches in the league's inaugural season and will stream all matches live and free on the league website and mobile app.
Official match day attire together with other club merchandise is sold through the Super W's stores and website as well through the clubs and through some retailers.
- "Women's Super W rugby union competition to start without pay for players". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 2 March 2018. Archived from the original on 4 March 2018. Retrieved 12 May 2018.
- Payten, Iain (7 April 2019). "Hewson praises Waratahs' character after downing Queensland for another Super W title". Rugby.com.au.
- "Buildcorp Super W Final: NSW press conference". Rugby Australia. 20 April 2018. Retrieved 12 May 2018.
- "How to watch and live stream Super W 2018: Full fixture and TV guide". The Roar. Retrieved 7 April 2019.
- "Buildcorp in talks to sponsor Super W". The Sydney Morning Herald. 26 February 2018.