The Melbourne Storm was admitted to the new National Rugby League competition in 1998 at the tail end of the Super League war. Under the coaching of Chris Anderson, the Storm were an immediate success. Craig Bellamy later took over the head coaching role and has kept the club near the top of the premiership for over a decade.
The club has unveiled some genuine superstars of the competition, including Billy Slater, Cooper Cronk, Greg Inglis, and Cameron Smith. The Storm has experienced the triumphs of premiership victories, and the deep lows of the salary cap scandal.
Relive each year of the Melbourne Storm in a round by round account of the premier rugby league competition. Including statistical information, this is a must for rugby league fans everywhere.