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French rugby federation allows transgender people to compete
The move goes against World Rugby which recommended last year that transgender women should not play in women’s elite or international teams for safety reasons.
France v Scotland Six Nations match cancelled due to COVID outbreak
Around 10 of France’s 102 territorial areas known as departments are in a "very worrying situation" in terms of COVID-19 infections, government spokesman Gabriel Attal has said.
England win 2020 Six Nations championship after Ireland fail in Paris
The English triumphed after Ireland failed to capitalise on earlier results and lost to the French in Paris.
Carles Puigdemont takes in rugby game ahead of Perpignan rally
It is the nearest MEP Puigdemont has come to returning to Catalonia since fleeing in 2017.
Coronavirus postpones Ireland-Italy rugby but Lyon-Juventus goes ahead
The Lyon-Juventus Champions League match is going ahead despite local concerns about the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus.
England power past Ireland in the Six Nations
Irish dreams of a Grand Slam are over, but both teams are still in contention for the championship
European rugby club signs player who said 'hell awaits' gay people
Israel Folau was sacked from the Australian national rugby union team last year over homophobic comments he made on social media. Now he's sparked shock by signing for Catalan Dragons.
England Rugby fined over V-formation haka response
England players fanned out across the pitch as the All Blacks delivered the traditional challenge, but rules say they must not cross the halfway line.
England and South Africa go head to head for Rugby's biggest prize
A thrilling win over New Zealand last weekend secured England’s place against South Africa, who narrowly squeezed past Wales in their semi-final.
Rugby referee pulled from World Cup semis after photo with Welsh fans
Jaco Peyper posed with fans mimicking a key red-card incident in a quarter-final he refereed.
South Africa and Wales make it through to the World Cup semi-finals
Wales waited until the sixth last minute to beat France with a try from Ross Moriarty and clinch victory by one point, winning 20-19.
Rugby: England to face All Blacks as both sides ease into semi-finals
New Zealand will face England in next Saturday's Rugby World Cup semi-finals after the All Blacks pummelled a flat Ireland 46-14 in Saturday's last-eight clash in Tokyo.
England beat Australia to reach Rugby World Cup semi-finals
England beat Australia to win through to the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup for the first time in 12 years.
France and New Zealand through to Rugby World Cup quarter finals
France narrowly beat Tonga 23-21 to stay in the running. New Zealand demolished Namibia 71-9.
All Blacks beat South Africa 23-13 in World Cup opening match
Four minutes of first-half brilliance led an otherwise unconvincing New Zealand to a 23-13 victory over South Africa in a clash between two World Cup favourites on Saturday that never quite lived up to its billing.
2019 Rugby World Cup: Euronews' guide to when, where and who
20 nations from 6 continents will compete over six weeks for the Webb Ellis Cup.
World Rugby mulls impact of private deal with Six Nations
Private equity firm CVC is in negotiations to buy a stake in the commerical arm of the Six Nations as the Rugby World Cup gets underway in Japan.
World Rugby announces gender neutral naming for World Cup tournaments
It means the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 in New Zealand will now be named Rugby World Cup 2021, starting the gender-neutral roll out.
Rugby league player found dead in French hotel room after team debut
British rugby league player Archie Bruce, 20, was found dead in his hotel bedroom on Sunday after making his team debut in game a against Toulouse.
Sacked rugby player Israel Folau raises €146,804 to fund legal battle
Australian former professional rugby player Israel Folau is seeking to raise 3 million Australian dollars (€1.8 million) to fund legal action against Rugby Australia and the New South Wales Waratahs for his sacking last month.
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Rugby, six yards under water
Rugby star Carl Fearns on being an Englishman in France
Back row forward Carl Fearn moved from the UK to France to play for Lyon Olympique Universitaire. He talks to Euronews about the sport, the city, the language, and craving a decent curry!
Former rugby player opts for an apology over charges following attack
Former international rugby player Gareth Thomas has opted for an apology over pressing charges against a boy who attacked him for being gay.
Springboks confident against Argentina for second test
The South African's beat Argentina, 34-21 in their opening match of the annual four-nations southern hemisphere competition. They'll be hoping to do the same at the weekend
New Boks skipper Kolisi wants to inspire all South Africans
The 26-year-old loose forward was named as the first black test captain of the Boks for their home three-test series against England next month.
Rugby players form ‘scrum’ to free ambulance stuck in mud
When the ambulance carrying an injured rugby player got stuck in mud, his teammates and rivals clubbed together to push it out of trouble.