Name
Super Rugby

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Poster


Established
1996 (23 years old)

First Recorded Event
0000-00-00

Sport
Rugby

Location
Worldwide

Gender
Male

Alternate Names


Last Edit
Ovokx: 04 Apr 2019
Site
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Upcoming Events
31 Jan 20 Blues Super Rugby  -  Chiefs Super Rugb
31 Jan 20 Brumbies  -  Queensland Reds
31 Jan 20 Sharks Super Rugb  -  Bulls Super Rugby
01 Feb 20 Sunwolves  -  Melbourne Rebels
01 Feb 20 Crusaders Super R  -  New South Wales W
01 Feb 20 Stormers  -  Wellington Hurric
01 Feb 20 Jaguares Super Ru  -  Lions Super Rugby
07 Feb 20 Otago Highlanders  -  Sharks Super Rugb
07 Feb 20 Brumbies  -  Melbourne Rebels
08 Feb 20 Lions Super Rugby  -  Queensland Reds

Latest Results
06 Jul 19 Crusaders Super R 19 - 3  Jaguares Super Ru
29 Jun 19 Crusaders Super R 30 - 26  Wellington Hurric
28 Jun 19 Jaguares Super Ru 39 - 7  Brumbies
22 Jun 19 Brumbies 38 - 13  Sharks Super Rugb
22 Jun 19 Wellington Hurric 35 - 28  Bulls Super Rugby
21 Jun 19 Jaguares Super Ru 21 - 16  Chiefs Super Rugb
21 Jun 19 Crusaders Super R 38 - 14  Otago Highlanders
15 Jun 19 Bulls Super Rugby 48 - 27  Lions Super Rugby
15 Jun 19 Stormers 9 - 12  Sharks Super Rugb
15 Jun 19 Brumbies 40 - 27  Queensland Reds

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Super Rugby is a professional men's rugby union competition involving teams from Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Japan. Building on various Southern Hemisphere competitions dating back to the South Pacific Championship in 1986, with teams from a number of southern nations, Super Rugby started as the Super 12 in the 1996 season with 12 teams from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The Super 12 was established by SANZAR after the sport became professional in 1995.

The name was changed to Super 14 with the addition of two teams for the 2006 season, and with expansion to 15 teams in the three countries for the 2011 season, the competition was rebranded as Super Rugby (with no number). In 2016 two new teams, the Jaguares from Argentina and Sunwolves from Japan, joined the competition, playing in two newly separated African groups.

In 2018, the competition underwent another change in format, this time dropping two teams (the Cheetahs and Kings) from the South African conference, and one (Western Force) from the Australian conference. This left the competition with 15 teams.

The competition has been dominated by New Zealand teams, who have won 16 times in 23 years. The Crusaders have won most often, with nine titles.

Seasons

2010 Season

2011 Season

2012 Season

2013 Season

2014 Season

2015 Season

2016 Season

2017 Season

2018 Season

2019 Season

2020 Season

Teams

Blues Super Rug
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Brumbies
-11

Bulls Super Rug
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Chiefs Super Ru
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Crusaders Super
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Jaguares Super
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Lions Super Rug
-11

Melbourne Rebel
-11

New South Wales
-11

Otago Highlande
-11

Queensland Reds
-11

Sharks Super Ru
-11

Southern Kings
-11

Stormers
-11

Sunwolves
-11

Wellington Hurr
-11

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