Manly Sea Eagles

Full Name: Manly-Warringah District Rugby League Football Club
Nicknames: Sea Eagles
Founded: 1946
Ground: Brookvale Oval
Capacity: 23,000
City: Sydney
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The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles or simply Manly as they are better known are no strangers to these shires having played in the World Club Challenge twice recently. This success and exposure to British fans has lead the Sea Eagles to have a large following over here and now thanks to the internet you can now follow Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles games live and .

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The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles or simply Manly Sea Eagles as they are most often referred to are one of the most consistent team in the NRL who have enjoyed good levels of success throughout their history.

Formed in 1946, it wasn’t until 1972 when the club first enjoyed picking up their first title although they had finished runner up 5 times before finally winning) but that win started a decade of glory for the club winning the title 4 times in the 1970’s.

A solitary win in the 1980’s and 1 in the 1990’s was followed by the darkest day in the clubs history as they became one of the victims of the ‘Super League War’ by been thrown out of the league. Common sense prevailed in the end and the Sea Eagles were re-admitted in 2002.

In 2009, the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles won their first Word Club Challenge to cement their place in history and as one of the world’s leading Rugby League clubs.

Manly’s Brookvale Oval home ground is one of the most atmospheric in the NRL and it is there Warringah based home ground where the tam excels which has led to the stadium been nicknamed ‘Fortress Brookvale’.