2003–04 European Nations Cup Third Division
The 2002-2004 European Nations Cup was the fourth edition of the newly reformed European Championship for tier 2 & 3 Rugby Union Nations. This was the second two year cycled championship, the first to be planned from the start.
The Third division had a controversy development during the 2002-03 season
The European federation decided to reset tournament and change from a "two-years" formula to a double "two-years formula".
There were no relegation, due the 2007 Rugby World Cup – Europe qualification
The highest level was the Pool "A", with five teams:
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The middle level was the Pool "B", with five teams:
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At the lowest level of competition, participated four team:
Third place final
- 2003–2004 European Nations Cup First Division
- 2002–2004 European Nations Cup Second Division
- 2002–2003 European Nations Cup Third Division