Between 1965 and 1971 it was played by 4 clubs of each country, both Champion's and both Runner's-up, that face each other in ligule type competition. The competition stopped being played in 1972, but returned in 1983 with a new format, with the 2 Champion's facing each other in just one game. In the season 2007–2008 it returned to the ligule type competition. This was the last edition played.
In 2009, a new competition named Iberian Rugby Cup was designed, it was meant to be played with 8 teams, four of each federation, but was suspended.
In 6 January 2013, CDUL defeated Quesos Entrepinares by 24-13, winning their 3rd title, in the return of the Copa Ibérica after a 5 year gap.