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The Millennium Trophy (Irish: Corn na Mílaoise) is a rugby union award contested annually by Ireland and England as part of the Six Nations Championship. It was initiated in 1988 as part of Dublin's millennial celebrations. The trophy has the shape of a horned Viking helmet, and was donated by Digital. As of 2015, England have won it 17 times, and Ireland 11 times. Ireland are the current holders.
This was the only Millennium Trophy match not to be part of the Five/Six Nations Championship.
|England||17||1988–92, 1995–2000, 2002–03, 2008, 2012–14|
|Ireland||11||1993-94, 2001, 2004–07, 2009–11, 2015|
- Longest winning streak: 6 – England, 1995–2000
- Biggest winning margin: 40 points, 1997: Ireland 6-46 England
- Smallest winning margin: 1 point, 1994: England 12–13 Ireland; and 2009: Ireland 14-13 England
- Highest aggregate: 68 points – 2000, England 50–18 Ireland
- Lowest aggregate: 18 points – 2013, Ireland 6-12 England