Deep Red Creative was commissioned by the Rugby Football League to design for their Head Office interiors including Board Room, Meeting Rooms, and atrium in addition to corridor and stairwell areas. The boardroom included a 35ft timeline graphic charting the history of Rugby League in the UK. The boardroom also accommodated two 5ft high panels showing the original 22 founding clubs and original 12 clubs of Super League which started in 1996.

The meeting rooms included 6 bespoke framed works celebrating incidental and quirky stories including Billy Boston's debut, how Salford aquired the name 'Red Devis' and how Bradord Northern's Frank Whitcombe took over coach driving duties on the way to the 1947 Challenge Cup Final!

The offices atrium area was decorated with a series of 24 perspex panels which celebrated RFL work in community and development of youth and female participation in addition to other slices of history including the Hull FC / Hull KR rivalry, the first Wembley Challenge Cup Final, Wigan's original Central Park home and Great Britain lifting the first ever World Cup.

The final element was to represent all the members of the Rugby League Hall of Fame - a series of 60x60cm framed images designed by Deep Red which feature through the main hall way and stairwell of the RFL's office at Red Hall, Leeds.