Rugby Football League Championship Third Division
|Instituted||1991-1993 (as Third Division)|
1995-1998 (as Division Two)
|Replaced by||League 1|
|Most titles||Hull Kingston Rovers (2 titles)|
|Related competition||Challenge Cup|
|Promotion to||Second Division|
The Rugby Football League Championship Third Division was founded in 1991 and was the third tier of professional rugby league in the UK until 1998.
The RFL Championship Third Division was founded in 1991 to make the top two divisions more competitive. The competition ran for two seasons until it was scrapped in 1993. The third division was resurrected in 1995 and ran for another three seasons although there was no promotion in 1995-96. In 1999 the Second and Third Divisions were merged to create the Northern Ford Premiership, the third division was recreated again in 2003.
In 2003 rugby league beneath Super League were completely re-organised into the Rugby League National Leagues. The Third Division was renamed National League Two.
- In 1993, Chorley Borough, Blackpool Gladiators and Nottingham City were relegated to the National Conference League.
|3||Hull Kingston Rovers||2||1995-96, 1996|
- § Denotes club now defunct
- Rugby Football League Championship
- Rugby Football League Championship Second Division
- Rugby League National Leagues