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  • The Nations Cup 1965–66 was the sixth edition of a European rugby union championship for national teams and was the first with this name. After the 1954 European Cup, the FIRA didn't organize any championship. During the 1964 general assembly in The Hague, it was decided to organize a tournament as a league championship. The teams would be divided in two divisions, with a process of promotion and relegation. The first edition was played between 1965–66. Normally Italy, France and Romania played against each other regularly in "test match" so it was easy to arrange this kind of tournament. (en)
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  • 1966-04-24 (xsd:date)
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  • Romania: 15.A. Penciu, 14.M. Tibuleac, 13.M. Wusek, 12.Valeriu Irimescu, 11.Paul Ciobanel, 10.Gheorghie Dragomirescu-Rahtopol, 9.Adrian Mateescu, 8.Radu Demian (c), 7.Gheorghie Baltaretu, 6.Mircea Iliescu, 5.Mircea Rusu, 4.Ion Tutuianu, 3.Teodor Radulescu, 2.Paul Iordachescu, 1.Constantin Dinu (en)
  • Italy:: 15.Ettore Giugovaz, 14.Giorgio Troncon, 13.Andrea d'Alberton, 12.Roberto Luise, 11.Vittorio Ambron, 10.Francesco Soro, 9.Elio Fusco, 8.Antonio di Zitti , 7.Giancarlo Degli Antoni, 6.Marco Bollesan, 5.Franco Piccinini, 4.Ivo Mazzucchelli, 3.Enzo Bellinazzo, 2.Oreste Vene', 1.Franco Mazzantini (en)
  • France: 15.Claude Lacaze, 14.Pierre Besson, 13.Guy Boniface, 12.Andre Boniface, 11.Christian Darrouy, 10.Jean Gachassin, 9.Jean-Claude Lasserre, 8.Maurice Lira, 7.Michel Crauste , 6.Michel Sitjar, 5.Walter Spanghero, 4.Benoit Dauga, 3.Andre Abadie, 2.Jean-Michel Cabanier, 1.Jean-Claude Berejnoi (en)
  • Italy:=15.Angelo Autore, 14.Luciano Modonesi, 13.Gastone Giani, 12.Andrea d'Alberton, 11.Vittorio Ambron, 10.Francesco Soro II, 9.Umberto Conforto, 8.Franco Zani, 7.Giancarlo Degli Antoni, 6.Marco Bollesan, 5.Antonio di Zitti , 4.Ivo Mazzucchelli, 3.Enzo Bellinazzo, 2.Lucio Avigo, 1.Dominico Armellin (en)
  • West Germany: 15. Dannemberg; 14.Haas; 13. Frauenfeld; 12.Bruhl; 11. Friedel; 10. Wesh; 9. Selingmann;8. Dreyer; 7.Morgenroth; 6. Heupel; 5. Kneifel; 4. Hoppe; 3.Schnidt; 2. Glocke; 1.Nolte. (en)
  • Romania 15.A. Penciu, 14.Vasile Dragomir, 13.Gheorghie Nica, 12.Valeriu Irimescu, 11.Paul Ciobanel, 10.M. Wusek, 9.Adrian Mateescu, 8.Radu Demian, 7.Gheorgie Rascanu, 6.Ion Tutuianu, 5.Mircea Rusu, 4.Vasile Rusu, 3.Gheorghie Stoica, 2.Alexandru Ionescu, 1.Constantin Dinu (en)
  • France :15.Claude Lacaze, 14.Bernard Duprat, 13.Jo Maso, 12.Jean-Claude Lagrange, 11.Christian Darrouy, 10.Jean-Claude Roques, 9.Marcel Puget, 8.Andre Herrero, 7.Michel Crauste , 6.Jean-Joseph Rupert, 5.Walter Spanghero, 4.Benoit Dauga, 3.Arnaldo Gruarin, 2.Jean-Michel Cabanier, 1.Jean-Claude Berejnoi (en)
  • Italy: 15.Luciano Modonesi, 14.Giorgio Troncon, 13.Gastone Giani, 12.Andrea d'Alberton, 11.Vittorio Ambron, 10.Francesco Soro II, 9.Umberto Conforto, 8.Franco Zani, 7.Giancarlo Degli Antoni, 6.Loreto Cucchiarelli, 5.Antonio di Zitti , 4.Ivo Mazzucchelli, 3.Enzo Bellinazzo, 2.Lucio Avigo, 1.Carlo Prosperini (en)
  • Czechoslovakia: 15.Kovrc, 14. Nacer, 13. Eliasek, 12.Hora, 11.Fiala, 10.Kourek, 9.Sendler, 8. Vilek, 7.Fridrik, 6.Krutzner, 5. Tropol, 4. Barchanek, 3.Smrst, 2. Liska, 1.Kradek (en)
  • Italy:=15.E. Giugovaz, 14.G. Troncon, 13.R. Sciacol, 12.R.Luise , 11.V. Ambron, 10.F. II, 9.U.Conforto, 8.A.di Zitti , 7.G.Colussi, 6.D. Armellin, 5.E.Speziali, 4.I.Mazzucchelli, 3.G.Romagnoli, 2.L.Avigo, 1.F. Mazzantini (en)
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  • The Nations Cup 1965–66 was the sixth edition of a European rugby union championship for national teams and was the first with this name. After the 1954 European Cup, the FIRA didn't organize any championship. During the 1964 general assembly in The Hague, it was decided to organize a tournament as a league championship. The teams would be divided in two divisions, with a process of promotion and relegation. The first edition was played between 1965–66. (en)
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  • 1965–66 FIRA Nations Cup (en)
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