The regional governing body for Rugby in Europe ‘Rugby Europe’, has now been teaming up with the World Rugby for the purpose of launching the first ever annual club competition exclusively for the emerging European countries in the sport.
Starting in the month of September 2021, the Rugby Europe Super Cup is going to consist of eight teams, which are going to me made by a mix of several professional clubs and also the franchise outfits. The Eastern Conference is going to be featuring the teams including The Tel-Aviv Heat from Israel, Enisey-STM and Lokomotiv Penza of Russia and The Black Lions from Georgia.
The Western Conference is going to including the teams, The Brussels Devils of Belgium, The Lusitanos of Portugal, The Delta of the Netherlands and The Castilla Y Leon Iberians of Spain. The pool stage is also going to see each team play each other home and away between the months of September 2021 and December 2021, along with the top two teams qualifying for the semi-finals scheduled in April 2022, and the inaugural champion of the tournament is then going to be crowned in May 2022.
The Rugby Europe is going to be planning the expansion of the competition for the purpose of including the new teams and new countries in order for strengthening the standard of the rugby union across the continent of Europe, and the Rugby Europe have also added that, all the 27 matches from the competition are going to be filmed and broadcast across the digital platforms and television.