United Rugby Championship results

2021/22 United Rugby Championship results

The Guinness PRO 14 rugby competition was a third tier rugby competition in Europe. It was played among teams from Wales, Ireland, Scotland Italy and South Africa. It started in 2001 as the Celtic League, was known as the Magners League for a period, then the RaboDirect Pro 12 and then the Guinness PRO 14.

It started as a league for the Celtic nations but was then called the PRO 12 to reflect that teams from outside those nations were involved. In 2017 two South African teams were added to the competition (Pro 14). 

In 2021 the competition was changed to include four South African teams and the name was changed to the United Rugby Championship to reflect that.

There are 16 teams in the competition. They were split into 4 regional pools, 1 for the Welsh teams, 1 for the Irish teams, 1 for the South African teams and a 4th for the Scottish and Italian teams.

Teams will play the other teams in their pool twice, home and away, and each team form the other pools once.

At the end of pool play, the top 8 teams will enter knock-out playoffs with the top 4 having home advantage.

All teams will be eligible for European qualification (including the South African teams). The top team in each regional pool and then the next 4 best placed teams in the table.

     


2021-22 Fixtures and results

September 24

  

  

September 25

   


   

September 26

  

October 1

  

  

October 2

Zebre Rugby

Ulster

Cardiff Rugby

Benetton Rugby

Leinster

Edinburgh Rugby

Munster

Dragons

  

Scarlets

Connacht

Dragons

Benetton Rugby

Glasgow Warriors

Zebre Rugby

Munster

Ospreys

v

v

v

v

v

v

v

v

 

v

v

v

v

v

v

v

v

Lions

Glasgow Warriors

Connacht

Stormers

Bulls

Scarlets

Sharks

Ospreys

  

Lions

Bulls

Leinster

Edinburgh Rugby

Sharks

Ulster

Stormers

Cardiff Rugby

Parma

Belfast

Cardiff

Treviso

Dublin

Edinburgh

Limerick

Newport

  

Llanelli

Galway

  

Treviso

Glasgow

Parma

Limerick

Swansea



     

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