Robert Burrow is an English professional rugby league footballer for the Leeds Rhinos of Super League. An England and Great Britain representative hooker/scrum-half, he has spent his entire professional career to date with Leeds. At 165cm (5'5) tall and weighing less than 11 st (70 kg), Burrow is extremely small by rugby league standards, and was known for many years as "the smallest player in Super League". Despite this, he is one of the most successful players in the competition's history, having won a total of 7 Super League championships, two Challenge Cups, been named to the Super League Dream Team on three occasions and won the Harry Sunderland Trophy twice.
Burrow played from the interchange bench for Leeds in the 2011 Challenge Cup final which was lost to Wigan.
Burrow became the first player to win the Harry Sunderland Award twice by winning the unanimous votes of all 37 judges after his impact in 2011's Super League XVIGrand Final. He was not selected for England's post-season 2011 Four Nations campaign due to a rib injury.
Burrow was part of Leeds' Challenge Cup winning teams in 2014 and 2015.