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Heineken Champions Cup: The greatest finals In the final week of European rugby's 2020/21 season, we look back over the greatest European finals since the inaugural tournament in 1996. Rugby Union
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.
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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.
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The 1997–98 Heineken Cup was the third edition of the Heineken Cup European rugby union club competition. Competing professional club teams from France, Ireland, Italy, Wales, England and Scotland, were divided into five pools of four, in which teams played home and away matches against each other. The pool winners automatically qualified for the knock-out stages.
The 1998–99 Heineken Cup was the fourth edition of the Heineken Cup. Competing teams from France, Ireland, Italy, Wales, and Scotland, were divided into four pools of four, in which teams played home and away matches against each other. Cardiff and Swansea did not compete due to a dispute with their union, the Welsh Rugby Union, whereas teams from England did not compete due to a dispute between European Rugby and the Rugby Football Union. The pool winners and runners-up qualified for the ...
Dominic McKay has returned to rugby union in a major role following his brief stint as Celtic chief executive. McKay has been appointed interim chairman of European Professional Club Rugby, which organises the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup tournaments. The Scot left Celtic on September 10 ...