2003–04 European Nations Cup First Division
|Date||16 February 2003 – 27 March 2004|
|Antim Cup||Romania (2003, 2004)|
The 2003–2004 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 Championship saw another new face in the Czech Republic who replaced the relegated Netherlands. The Championship was won by the surprise package of Portugal, with their Iberian neighbours Spain being relegated.
- Week 1
Czech Republic-Romania was originally scheduled for 15 February but was postponed.
- Week 2
Czech Republic-Russia was originally scheduled for 22 February but was postponed.
- Week 3
- Week 5
- Week 6
- Week 7
- Russia-Czech Republic, originally scheduled for 21 February 2004 and postponed due snow, wasn't played.
- Week 8
- Week 9
- Week 10
- 2002–2004 European Nations Cup Second Division
- 2002–2003 European Nations Cup Third Division
- 2003–2004 European Nations Cup Third Division