South American Rugby Championship
|Current season, competition or edition:
2013 South American Rugby Championship "A"
|No. of teams||12|
|Most recent champion(s)||Argentina|
The South American Rugby Championship is a three-tiered, annual rugby union competition that features teams from South America. The tournament began in 1951 and was hosted by Uruguay, and was won by Argentina. It wasn't until 2005 when the first official Division B tournament was held, which was eventually won by Brazil. In 2012, a C Division was added, and was won by Costa Rica.
Past Tournaments – Division A
Past Tournaments – Division B
|Year||Winner||Runner-up||Third Place||Fourth Place||Fifth Place|
Past Tournaments – Division C
|Year||Winner||Runner-up||Third Place||Fourth Place|
|2012||Costa Rica||Guatemala||Ecuador||El Salvador|
|2013||Ecuador||Costa Rica||Guatemala||El Salvador|
- Not completed