Autumn Nations Cup 2020

Here you’ll find all the latest news on the Autumn Nations Cup, the eight-team tournament which is taking place in Europe from Friday 13 November to Sunday 6 December.

The tournament was created to replace the traditional November Internationals, which can’t take place this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the related worldwide travel restrictions.

The eight teams have been split into two groups – England, Georgia, Ireland and Wales in one, Fiji, France, Italy and Scotland in the other. They will play a round-robin pool stage before facing the team in the other group that is ranked in the same position. So it’s 1st v 1st, 2nd v 2nd and so on.

Supporters will not be in attendance at any of the tournament’s 16 matches due to lockdown restrictions relating to the pandemic across Europe.

Below are some quick links to help you find the information you’re looking for with regards this new competition.

You’ll find details on each of the individual countries taking part in the tournament here:

Autumn Nations Cup Fixtures: All the date, kick-off and venue information for the tournament

Autumn Nations Cup TV Coverage: Find out how to watch the matches wherever you are

Autumn Nations Cup Format: The structure of the new tournament explained

Autumn Nations Cup Referees: The officials who are taking charge of each match

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