Official website of the Heineken Champions Cup: fixtures & results, pool tables, videos, stats and ticketing information
The European Rugby Champions Cup (known as the Heineken Champions Cup for sponsorship reasons) is an annual rugby union tournament organised by European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR). It is the top-tier competition for clubs whose countries' national teams compete in the Six Nations Championship.
The fixtures for the pool stage of the Heineken Champions Cup have been confirmed, with a new campaign of European club rugby set to begin on Friday 10 December. Club rugby's premier competition will once again be competed for by 24 elite clubs in two pools of 12, with eight representatives from each of Europe’s leading professional leagues.
The European Rugby Challenge Cup is an annual European rugby union competition organised by European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR). It is the second-tier competition for European clubs behind the European Rugby Champions Cup. From its inception in 1996 to 2014, it was known as the European Challenge Cup and governed by European Rugby Cup (ERC).
European Challenge Cup scores, results and fixtures on BBC Sport.
Key 2021/22 EPCR dates announced. As professional rugby in Europe begins to emerge from a hugely challenging period for clubs and fans alike, EPCR is currently finalising details of a new shareholder agreement including new and improved tournament formats for the 2022/23 season and beyond. Ahead of the announcement of that agreement at a future date, 2021/22 will see some modifications to the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup formats, and in order to assist with its stakeholders ...
The Rugby Europe International Championships is the European Championship for tier 2 and tier 3 rugby union nations. The tournament is split into 5 levels, each with 5 or 6 teams. Its highest level is now called the Rugby Europe Championship and, unofficially, referred to as the Six Nations B. All levels play on a one-year cycle, replacing the old format of a two-year cycle, with the teams playing each other both home and away. From September 2016, there will still be an annual champion, however
Gill Burns says the RFU's bid to host the 2025 Women's Rugby World Cup could help inspire a generation and is great news for the sport in England.