France has won more EPCR Champions Cup titles than any other nation, including each of the past three.
Get ready to catch some familiar names in new colors soon.
The Investec Champions Cup begins Dec. 8 across Europe and South Africa as 24 of some of the best rugby clubs in the world compete for the European championship.
If the Top 14 is the best club rugby league in the world today, weekends like Round 8 only strengthen that claim.
With first and seventh place in the Top 14 separated by only five points, there isn’t a lot of room for error in France’s top flight of professional club rugby.
The road to Tottenham HotSpur Stadium begins Dec. 8.
It feels like it was only yesterday that Toulouse was lifting the Top 14 trophy at a packed Stade de France.
The first key step in preparation for the 2023-2024 EPCR season was taken Wednesday, when the pool draws for the Champions Cup and EPCR Challenge Cup were staged at the superbly appointed Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Chiefs and All Blacks scrumhalf Brad Weber has been unveiled as the latest signing for Paris-based Top 14 side Stade Français.
Racing 92 and Union Bordeaux-Bègles, who will be competing in next season’s Heineken Champions Cup, both progressed to the TOP 14 semifinals over the weekend.
Racing 92 defeated Parisian rivals Stade Français 33 – 20 to secure a place in the semi-finals, where they will face Stade Toulousain.
The internet is littered with lists of the heaviest rugby players, even if frustratingly few are anything accurate.
Amidst the fanfare for France’s hard-fought Six Nations win against Scotland, fans also were given another showcase of Top 14 rugby to savor this weekend.
Set your calendars, and mark your days. The rugby scene for just about every type of fan, from club and international to casual and diehard, is about to ramp up all across the globe.
The Heineken Champions Cup is facing a major overhaul which could come as early as next season according to reports published by The Telegraph.