Rugby players because they get more recognition
I personally think football
their is 15 players from each team on the feild at anyone time. every team also has about 10 reserves in case a player gets sent off or injured
In South Africa Rugby Union Players are paid an average of four times that of Football players who in turn urn more or less the same as the Cricket Players before the IPL Cricket Tournament was formed.
Which kind of football? That also includes rugby by definition. All sports have similar injury rates; the difference lies in the types of injury and where they occur. Association football injuries mostly feature the legs, particularly the ankles; rugby football, especially league, usually involve shoulder, neck and head injuries; American football often involves head and torso-limb joint injuries. American football originated from rugby, but generally on an average, rugby players get injured more often because they wear no padding(however, a select few in the scrum can wear scrumcaps, to stop their ears from being ripped off). The thory behind the no padding is that you can hit somebody as hard as you like, but you will also feel all of the effects. So if you hit and feel the effects, or hit and pretend you did nothing, which do you think would be more likely to injure?
A Rugby Union players gets much more than Rugby League players. Rugby League players get between (in average) 80,000k-120,000k. The highest paid rugby league player earns 500,000k a year.
Soccer players are paid vastly more at the professional levels than rugby players
Only if one of your starting players gets injured or is on a bye week. Then it is customary to replace that player with an active player from your bench
Their career is over.
if you were a true football fan you would know that NFl is better than rugby the reason is because its more popular,the players are better and every player in the NFL is famoius and gets paid more