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European Rugby Champions Cup Winners List, 2021 Toulouse 5th time won

European Rugby champions cup final winners list, runners-up, scores, history since 1996.




The  European Rugby Champions Cup is an annual rugby union tournament organized by EPCR.
 It is the top-tier competition for clubs.
Clubs qualify for the Champions Cup via their final positions in their respective national/regional leagues (Premiership, Top 14, and Pro14) or via winning the second-tier Challenge Cup.

The Rugby Champions Cup was started in 2015, previously it is known as the Heineken Cup.
Leinster (FR) and Toulouse (IRE) have won the title the Most,  record four times.



Toulouse are the current winners of the title, having won their Record Fifth-title by beating La Rochelle in the 2021 Champions Cup final. Now, Leinster Rugby is 1 title Back, they won the competition a four times.

 Toulouse record-holder has won the European Rugby Champions Cup a record Five times in history....







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 Who won the Most European Rugby Champions Cup titles.?



 The win gave Toulouse their first victory in the competition since 2010, making them the first French side to win the title since Toulon six years ago.
 


Five titles:    Toulouse
Four titles :     Leinster
Three titles:    Saracens, Toulon 
Two titles:    Leicester, Munster, Wasps



 Toulouse's Five Champions Cup title wins & 2021 winners. 


1996:   Toulouse   21 - 18   Cardiff  
2003:   Toulouse   22 - 17   Perpignan
2005:   Toulouse   18 - 12   Stade Francais
2010:   Toulouse   21 - 19   Biarritz
2021:   Toulouse   22 - 17   La Rochelle.





European Rugby champions cup winners list, runners-up, since 1996-2021.








Here are the complete finals of Rugby’s European Cup winners list, since the competition started in the 1995-96 to 2021 season knows as Heineken Cup winners list:



Season  -   Winners  -   Runners-up.


1995-96 - Toulouse   
21 - 18 aet     Cardiff 

1996-97 -  Brive   
28 - 9   Leicester 

1997-98 -  Bath   
19 - 18    Brive 

1998-99 -  Ulster   
21 - 6   Colomiers 

1999-00 -  Northampton   
9 - 8   Munster 

2000-01 -  Leicester   
34 - 30   Stade Francais 

2001-02 -  Leicester  
15 - 9   Munster 

2002-03 -  Toulouse   
22 - 17   Perpignan 

2003-04 -  Wasps   
27 - 20    Toulouse 

2004-05 -  Toulouse   
18-12 aet   Stade Francais 

2005-06 -  Munster   
23 - 19   Biarritz 

2006-07 -  Wasps   
25 - 9   Leicester 

2007-08 -  Munster    
16 - 13   Toulouse 

2008-09  - Leinster   
19 - 16   Leicester 

2009-10  - Toulouse   
21-19   Biarritz 

2010-11 -  Leinster  
33 - 22   Northampton 

2011-12 -  Leinster  
42 - 14   Ulster 

2012-13 -  Toulon   
16 - 15    Clermont Auvergne 

2013-14 -  Toulon    
23 - 6    Saracens 

2014-15 -  Toulon   
24 - 18   Clermont Auvergne 

2015-16  -  Saracens   
21 - 9   Racing 92 

2026-17 -  Saracens  
28 - 17    ASM Clermont Auvergne 

2017-18 - Leinster    15  - 12    Racing 92.

2018-19  - Saracens    20  -  10   Leinster   

2019-20  -- Exter Chiefs  31   -  27  Racing 92. 

2020-21  --    Toulouse  22  --  17   La Rochelle....




 European Rugby Champions Cup final Wins by the nation


Country         Winners     Runners-up 

France          9        17
England      10       5
Ireland       7        4
Wales        0        1





Rugby European Player of the Year Award Winners List 2010-2021.




The European Player of the Year award was started by ERC in 2010. Ronan O'Gara received the inaugural award.


Here is the ERC European Rugby Player of the Year award winners list since 2010-2021.



2010 —  Ronan O'Gara   (Ireland  - Munster)
2011 —  Sean O'Brien   (Ireland -  Leinster)
2012 —  Rob Kearney   (Ireland  -  Leinster)
2013 —  Jonny Wilkinson   (France  -  Toulon)
2014 —  Steffon Armitage   (France  -  Toulon)
2015 —  Nick Abendanon   (France  -  Clermont Auvergne)
2016 —  Maro Itoje   (England  -  Saracens)
2017 —  Owen Farrell  (England  -  Saracens)
2018 —  Leone Nakarawa  (France  -  Racing 92)
2019 —   Alex Goode    ( England - Saracens)
2020 —   Sam Simmonds    (England Exeter)
2021 —    Antoine Dupont    (Stade Toulousain)
2022 —






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