European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR)

Logistics company DHL has been added as a sponsor of rugby union’s Heineken Champions Cup and EPCR Challenge Cup. EPCR has announced DHL as its ‘Official Logistics Partner’. U

European Professional Club Rugby, organising body of the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup tournaments, has appointed Dominic McKay as a non-executive director and as its chairman on an interim basis.

Vincent Gaillard, the former chief executive of European Professional Club Rugby, is to take up a new role as executive director of World Rowing

The finals of this year’s Champions Cup and Challenge Cup rugby union competitions, originally scheduled to take place in Marseille, will now be held at London’s Twickenham Stadium, with up to 10,000 fan…

Backers of a new world championship for leading club rugby union teams are increasingly optimistic the first edition can be launched in 2022, according to UK newspaper The Telegraph

European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR), organising body of the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup tournaments, has revealed that it is considering an expanded version of the former as it explores options…

The shutdown of professional sport in Japan will have cost the economy ¥274.7bn ($2.6bn/€2.4b

European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) has reconfirmed the suspension of its Champions Cup and Challenge Cup club competitions, with the upcoming semi-finals and finals matches having been postponed

Italian sportswear brand Kappa has agreed a deal to become the official technical apparel partner of the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup club rugby union competitions

Title sponsorship is first and foremost a way of making consumers aware of a brand name, putting the brand into the mouths of fans as they talk about a team, competition or other property.

European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) has announced a series of changes to the qualification process for the Champions Cup, one of its showpiece club rugby union competitions.

European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) has announced that the Spanish city of Bilbao will host its showpiece Champions Cup, Challenge Cup and Continental Shield finals in 2018, while Newcastle in England will stage the events in 2019.

The European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) body has announced that the 2016 finals of its European Rugby Cup and Champions Challenge Cup club rugby union tournaments will take place in the French city of Lyon before Scotland hosts the showpiece matches in 2017.