1987–89 FIRA Trophy

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1987-89 FIRA Trophy
Date 25 October 1987 – 9 May 1989
Countries  France
 Italy
 Romania
 Spain
 Soviet Union
Tournament statistics
Champions  France
Matches played 20
1985–1987 (Previous) (Next) 1989–1990

The 1987–89 FIRA Trophy was the 27th edition of a European rugby union championship for national teams. It was played along two seasons (1987–1988 and 1988–89).

The tournament was won by France.

First division[edit]

Place Nation Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against diff.
1  France 8 7 0 1 241 92 +149 22
2  Soviet Union 8 5 0 3 117 104 +13 18
3  Romania 8 5 0 3 117 128 -11 18
4  Italy 8 2 0 6 95 148 -53 12
6  Spain 8 1 0 7 93 191 -98 10
  • Spain relegated to second division

Point system: try 4 pt, conversion: 2 pt., penalty kick 3 pt. drop 3 pt
Click "show" for more info about match (scorers, line-up etc.)
25 October 1987
Romania  18 - 10  Soviet Union

7 November 1987
Soviet Union  12 - 9  Italy

11 November 1987
France  49 - 3  Romania

5 December 1987
Spain  0 - 13  Italy

7 February 1988
France A1 France 19 - 9  Italy

2 April 1988
Italy  3 - 12  Romania

17 April 1988
Romania  16 - 7  Spain

23 April 1988
Soviet Union  12 - 7  Spain

15 May 1988
Spain  16 - 32 France France XV

22 May 1988
Soviet Union  17 - 10 France France XV

23 October 1988
Soviet Union  23 - 9  Romania

5 November 1988
Italy  12 - 18  Soviet Union

20 November 1988
Spain  21 - 9  Soviet Union

26 November 1988
Romania  12 - 16  France

19 February 1989
Italy  12 - 40 France France A1

19 March 1989
France XV France 57 - 7  Spain

15 April 1989
Romania  28 - 4  Italy

20 May 1989
France XV France 18 - 16  Soviet Union

21 May 1989
Spain  16 - 19  Romania

2 June 1989
Italy  33 - 19  Spain

Second division[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Place Nation Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against diff.
1  Poland 6 6 0 0 126 49 +77 18
2  Morocco 6 2 1 3 47 66 -19 11
3  Czechoslovakia 6 2 0 4 78 96 -18 10
4  Tunisia 6 1 1 4 62 102 -40 9
1987
Tunisia  6 - 11  Morocco

23 April 1988
Czechoslovakia  18 - 9  Tunisia

13 May 1988
Morocco  7 - 13  Poland

15 May 1988
Poland  18 - 9  Czechoslovakia

21 May 1988
Czechoslovakia  15 - 0  Morocco

29 May 1988
Poland  18 - 6  Morocco

1988
Poland  21 - 6  Tunisia


25 March 1989
Morocco  17 - 8  Czechoslovakia

5 May 1989
Tunisia  26 - 16  Czechoslovakia

20 May 1989
Czechoslovakia  12 - 26  Poland

1989
Tunisia  9 - 30  Poland


1989
Morocco  6 - 6  Tunisia

Pool B[edit]

Place Nation Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against diff.
1  Belgium 8 6 1 1 155 103 +52 21
2  West Germany 8 5 0 3 139 95 +44 18
3  Portugal 8 4 1 3 118 117 +1 17
4  Netherlands 8 3 0 5 111 115 -4 14
5  Yugoslavia 8 1 0 7 66 159 -93 10
25 October 1987
Netherlands  15 - 20  Belgium

15 November 1987
 West Germany 21 - 24  Belgium
Berlin

29 November 1987
Yugoslavia  6 - 15  West Germany

13 December 1987
Portugal  7 - 13  Belgium

21 February 1988
Portugal  16 - 9  Netherlands
Lousa

20 March 1988
West Germany  6 - 3  Netherlands

14 April 1988
Belgium  18 - 11  Yugoslavia

17 April 1988
Netherlands  31 - 10  Yugoslavia

17 April 1988
Portugal  13 - 9  West Germany

8 May 1988
Yugoslavia  9 - 22  Portugal

22 October 1988
Belgium  27 - 9  Netherlands


13 November 1988
Yugoslavia  9 - 31  Belgium

20 November 1988
West Germany  29 - 6  Yugoslavia

27 November 1988
Yugoslavia  6 - 0  Netherlands

10 December 1988
Belgium  7 - 16  West Germany

5 April 1989
Netherlands  23 - 17  Portugal

8 April 1989
Belgium  15 - 15  Portugal

16 April 1989
Netherlands  21 - 13  West Germany

22 April 1989
Portugal  13 - 9  Yugoslavia
Lousa

30 April 1989
 West Germany 30 - 15  Portugal

Final[edit]

29 1989
Poland  25 - 23  Belgium

  • Polonia promoted to division 1

Third division[edit]

Place Nation Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against difference
1  Bulgaria 4 4 0 0 78 21 +57 12
2  Andorra 4 1 0 3 43 64 -21 6
3  Luxembourg 4 1 0 3 21 57 -36 6
  • Bulgaria promoted to division 2
8 October 1987
Andorra  24 - 3  Luxembourg

28 May 1988
Bulgaria  30 - 6  Andorra

1988
Luxembourg  4 - 14  Bulgaria

23 April 1989
Luxembourg  10 - 6  Andorra

28 May 1989
Andorra  7 - 21  Bulgaria

1989
Bulgaria  13 - 4  Luxembourg

Bibliography[edit]

  • (Italian) Francesco Volpe, Valerio Vecchiarelli (2000), 2000 Italia in Meta, Storia della nazionale italiana di rugby dagli albori al Sei Nazioni, GS Editore (2000) ISBN 88-87374-40-6.
  • (Italian) Francesco Volpe, Paolo Pacitti (Author), Rugby 2000, GTE Gruppo Editorale (1999).

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