2005–06 Top 14 season

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2005–06 Top 14 season
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Countries France
Date25 August 2005 – 10 June 2006
ChampionsBiarritz (5th title)
Runners-upToulouse
RelegatedToulon, Pau
Matches played185
Attendance1,922,393
(average 10,391 per match)
Highest attendance79,604
Stade Français v Biarritz
4 March 2006
Lowest attendance4,163
Agen v Brive
27 August 2005
Top point scorerFrance Cédric Rosalen (Narbonne)
328 points
Top try scorerFiji Rupeni Caucaunibuca (Agen)
17 tries

The 2005–06 Top 14 competition was the 107th French domestic rugby union club competition operated by the Ligue Nationale de Rugby (LNR) and the 1st using the name Top 14. Previously the league was known as Top 16 but the restructuring of the league at the end of the 2004–05 season meant that it shrank from 16 to 14 clubs. Toulon were the only promoted team having won the 2004–05 Pro D2.

During the season attendance records in the league were broken with 79,502 spectators attending the Round 9 clash between Stade Français and Toulouse at the Stade de France, shattering the attendance record for any regular league season game in France (not just rugby union).[1] However, that record was short-lived when 79,604 spectators attended the Round 17 match between Stade Français and Biarritz Olympique.[2]

The regular season finished in late May 2006, with Biarritz finishing at the top of the ladder. The semi-finals and final were contested in June, with Biarritz defeating Toulouse to claim back-to-back titles, and their fifth overall. Two teams were relegated with newly promoted Toulon, who had easily the poorest record in top 14 with just 3 wins from 26 games, being the first to go down, followed by Pau who were much more competitive but not quite good enough to stay up, finishing 3 points from safety. Both clubs would drop to the 2006–07 Pro D2.

Teams[edit]

Number of teams by regions[edit]

Teams Region or country Team(s)
5  Nouvelle-Aquitaine Agen, Bayonne, Biarritz, Brive and Pau
 Occitanie Castres, Montpellier, Narbonne, Perpignan and Toulouse
2  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Bourgoin and Clermont
1  Île-de-France Stade Français
 Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Toulon

Table[edit]

2005–06 Top 14 Table
Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Diff. Bonus Points Points
1 Biarritz (C) 26 19 0 7 694 350 344 14 90
2 Stade Français (SF) 26 19 0 7 633 437 196 13 89
3 Toulouse (F) 26 19 0 7 713 427 286 12 88
4 Perpignan (SF) 26 18 0 8 671 398 273 12 84
5 Agen 26 15 0 11 655 540 115 10 70
6 Bourgoin 26 14 0 12 591 516 75 11 67
7 Castres 26 13 0 13 685 559 126 14 66
8 Clermont 26 14 0 12 577 569 8 7 63
9 Brive 26 10 1 15 431 553 -122 9 51
10 Narbonne 26 11 0 15 533 775 -242 3 47
11 Montpellier 26 9 0 17 574 659 -85 10 46
12 Bayonne 26 8 1 17 514 669 -155 9 43
13 Pau (R) 26 9 0 17 476 790 -314 4 40
14 Toulon (R) 26 3 0 23 332 837 -505 7 19
Green background Top four advance to playoffs, and receive places in the 2006–07 Heineken Cup.

Blue background Fifth to seventh also qualify for the 2006–07 Heineken Cup.
Pink background Bottom two places are relegated to the 2006–07 Rugby Pro D2

Fixtures & Results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

19 August 2005
Toulon 10–20 Biarritz
Stade Mayol
Attendance: 13,079[3]
20 August 2005
Brive 15–10 Bourgoin
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 7,249[4]
20 August 2005
Narbonne 26–20 Stade Français
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 7,873[5]
20 August 2005
Pau 16–28 Clermont
Stade du Hameau
Attendance: 5,907[6]
20 August 2005
Montpellier 16–34 Castres
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,873[7]
20 August 2005
Perpignan 34–9 Agen
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 12,604[8]
20 August 2005
Bayonne 12–26 Toulouse
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 10,444[9]

Round 2[edit]

26 August 2005
Biarritz 29–8 Perpignan
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 7,937[10]
27 August 2005
Stade Français 31–3 Toulon
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 9,081[11]
27 August 2005
Bourgoin 37–9 Bayonne
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 5,449[12]
27 August 2005
Clermont 29–23 Montpellier
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 10,330[13]
27 August 2005
Castres 36–6 Narbonne
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 5,981[14]
27 August 2005
Agen 19–13 Brive
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 4,163[15]
27 August 2005
Toulouse 52–9 Pau
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 13,486[16]

Round 3[edit]

2 September 2005
Agen 29–25 Biarritz
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 7,030[15]
3 September 2005
Pau 18–29 Bourgoin
Stade du Hameau
Attendance: 5,101[6]
3 September 2005
Montpellier 12–24 Toulouse
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 6,585[7]
3 September 2005
Narbonne 34–28 Clermont
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 7,059[5]
3 September 2005
Toulon 9–16 Castres
Stade Mayol
Attendance: 13,336[3]
3 September 2005
Brive 19–19 Bayonne
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 6,996[4]
4 September 2005
Perpignan 16–12 Stade Français
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 12,291[8]

Round 4[edit]

9 September 2005
Stade Français 37–24 Agen
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 7,840[11]
10 September 2005
Toulouse 64–22 Narbonne
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 14,464[16]
10 September 2005
Castres 18–23 Perpignan
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 6,279[14]
10 September 2005
Bourgoin 17–3 Montpellier
Stade Pierre Rajon[12]
Attendance: 5,424
10 September 2005
Clermont 64–12 Toulon
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 10,141[13]
10 September 2005
Bayonne 44–16 Pau
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 8,707[9]
10 September 2005
Biarritz 43–5 Brive
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 5,592[10]

Round 5[edit]

16 September 2005
Toulon 15–18 Toulouse
Stade Mayol
Attendance: 13,239[3]
17 September 2005
Narbonne 15–29 Bourgoin
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 5,965
17 September 2005
Perpignan 34–25 Clermont
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 11,508[8]
17 September 2005
Agen 40–16 Castres
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 6,594[15]
17 September 2005
Biarritz 7–14 Stade Français
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 6,383[10]
17 September 2005
Montpellier 33–0 Bayonne
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 4,904[7]
17 September 2005
Brive 34–10 Pau
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 6,283[4]

Round 6[edit]

23 September 2005
Bourgoin 40–21 Toulon
Stade Pierre Rajon[12]
Attendance: 6,286
24 September 2005
Toulouse 30–22 Perpignan
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 18,703[16]
24 September 2005
Clermont 37–24 Agen
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 10,832[13]
24 September 2005
Castres 13–19 Biarritz
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 6,124[14]
24 September 2005
Bayonne 47–21 Narbonne
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 7,770[9]
24 September 2005
Pau 21–12 Montpellier
Stade du Hameau
Attendance: 5,371[6]
24 September 2005
Stade Français 25–17 Brive
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 7,783[11]

Round 7[edit]

30 September 2005
Stade Français 25–10 Castres
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 6,448[11]
1 October 2005
Perpignan 27–3 Bourgoin
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 12,168[8]
1 October 2005
Agen 16–33 Toulouse
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 9,362[15]
1 October 2005
Biarritz 9–0 Clermont
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 5,612[10]
1 October 2005
Toulon 19–14 Bayonne
Stade Mayol
Attendance: 13,371[3]
1 October 2005
Narbonne 26–19 Pau
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 5,628[5]
1 October 2005
Brive 18–14 Montpellier
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 6,100[4]

Round 8[edit]

8 October 2005
Toulouse 26–20 Biarritz
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 18,639[16]
8 October 2005
Bourgoin 33–6 Agen
Stade Pierre Rajon[12]
Attendance: 6,481
8 October 2005
Clermont 23–12 Stade Français
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 12,671[13]
8 October 2005
Bayonne 15–33 Perpignan
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 9,601[9]
8 October 2005
Pau 31–28 Toulon
Stade du Hameau
Attendance: 6,219[6]
8 October 2005
Montpellier 36–13 Narbonne
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,767[7]
8 October 2005
Castres 48–14 Brive
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 5,087[14]

Round 9[edit]

14 October 2005
Biarritz 29–10 Bourgoin
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 5,388[10]
15 October 2005
Stade Français 29–15 Toulouse
Stade de France
Attendance: 79,502[17]
15 October 2005
Castres 41–8 Clermont
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 5,770[14]
15 October 2005
Agen 26–12 Bayonne
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 6,685[15]
15 October 2005
Perpignan 40–14 Pau
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 11,811[8]
15 October 2005
Toulon 8–3 Montpellier
Stade Mayol
Attendance: 13,352[3]
15 October 2005
Brive 12–10 Narbonne
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 6,559[4]

Round 10[edit]

11 November 2005
Pau 26–23 Agen
Stade du Hameau
Attendance: 5,173[6]
12 November 2005
Bourgoin 29–16 Stade Français
Stade Pierre Rajon[12]
Attendance: 9,017
12 November 2005
Bayonne 10–9 Biarritz
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 12,055[9]
12 November 2005
Toulouse 29–24 Castres
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 18,699[16]
12 November 2005
Montpellier 19–17 Perpignan
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 6,510[7]
12 November 2005
Narbonne 37–19 Toulon
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 6,290[5]
12 November 2005
Clermont 15–11 Brive
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 10,298[13]

Round 11[edit]

18 November 2005
Clermont 28–22 Toulouse
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 13,850[13]
19 November 2005
Castres 29–16 Bourgoin
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 5,372[14]
19 November 2005
Stade Français 27–19 Bayonne
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 7,978[11]
19 November 2005
Biarritz 33–16 Pau
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 5,579[10]
19 November 2005
Agen 41–10 Montpellier
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 5,219[15]
19 November 2005
Perpignan 33–0 Narbonne
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 5,785[8]
19 November 2005
Brive 21–16 Toulon
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 11,915[4]

Round 12[edit]

2 December 2005
Toulon 12–25 Perpignan
Stade Mayol
Attendance: 13,225[3]
3 December 2005
Bourgoin 22–11 Clermont
Stade Pierre Rajon[12]
Attendance: 6,810
3 December 2005
Bayonne 11–34 Castres
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 7,374[9]
3 December 2005
Pau 9–32 Stade Français
Stade du Hameau
Attendance: 7,244[6]
3 December 2005
Montpellier 18–21 Biarritz
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,478[7]
3 December 2005
Narbonne 27–25 Agen
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 6,014[5]
3 December 2005
Brive 10–9 Toulouse
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 11,218[4]

Round 13[edit]

23 December 2005
Toulouse 29–19 Bourgoin
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 15,989[16]
23 December 2005
Clermont 37–15 Bayonne
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 10,746[13]
23 December 2005
Castres 66–8 Pau
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 5,492[14]
23 December 2005
Stade Français 45–13 Montpellier
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 6,995[11]
23 December 2005
Biarritz 59–10 Narbonne
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 5,046[10]
23 December 2005
Agen 30–0 Toulon
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 4,506[15]
23 December 2005
Perpignan 24–6 Brive
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 11,416[8]

Round 14[edit]

6 January 2006
Stade Français 36–24 Narbonne
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 7,079[11]
7 January 2006
Bourgoin 19–14 Brive
Stade Pierre Rajon[12]
Attendance: 5,957
7 January 2006
Toulouse 13–19 Bayonne
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 13,536[16]
7 January 2006
Clermont 27–13 Pau
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 9,000[13]
7 January 2006
Castres 52–28 Montpellier
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 4,801[14]
7 January 2006
Biarritz 57–12 Toulon
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 5,126[10]
7 January 2006
Agen 33–14 Perpignan
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 6,325[15]

Round 15[edit]

27 January 2006
Toulon 11–24 Stade Français
Stade Mayol
Attendance: 13,408[3]
27 January 2006
Perpignan 3–17 Biarritz
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 11,518[8]
27 January 2006
Brive 18–16 Agen
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 11,708[4]
28 January 2006
Bayonne 22–33 Bourgoin
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 8,341[9]
28 January 2006
Pau 13–27 Toulouse
Stade du Hameau
Attendance: 5,114[6]
28 January 2006
Montpellier 42–13 Clermont
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,335[7]
28 January 2006
Narbonne 41–10 Castres
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 7,578[5]

Round 16[edit]

18 February 2006
Montpellier 33–20 Bourgoin
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,170[7]
18 February 2006
Narbonne 27–19 Toulouse
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 8,395[5]
18 February 2006
Toulon 14–36 Clermont
Stade Mayol
Attendance: 11,579[3]
18 February 2006
Perpignan 34–3 Castres
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 11,529[8]
18 February 2006
Agen 12–8 Stade Français
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 9,280[15]
18 February 2006
Pau 21–18 Bayonne
Stade du Hameau
Attendance: 11,517[6]
18 February 2006
Brive 8–15 Biarritz
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 7,822[4]

Round 17[edit]

3 March 2006
Clermont 15–20 Perpignan
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 11,247[13]
4 March 2006
Bourgoin 35–13 Narbonne
Stade Pierre Rajon[12]
Attendance: 5,857
4 March 2006
Toulouse 53–0 Toulon
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 13,565[16]
4 March 2006
Castres 19–26 Agen
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 6,321[14]
4 March 2006
Stade Français 21–16 Biarritz
Stade de France
Attendance: 79,604[17]
4 March 2006
Bayonne 44–14 Montpellier
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 7,691[9]
4 March 2006
Pau 16–15 Brive
Stade du Hameau
Attendance: 6,484[6]

Round 18[edit]

10 March 2006
Biarritz 17–9 Agen
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 4,482[10]
11 March 2006
Bourgoin 52–13 Pau
Stade Pierre Rajon[12]
Attendance: 5,175
11 March 2006
Toulouse 13–5 Montpellier
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 12,156[16]
11 March 2006
Clermont 30–9 Narbonne
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 10,513[13]
11 March 2006
Castres 43–11 Toulon
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 5,665[14]
11 March 2006
Stade Français 23–16 Perpignan
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 8,990[11]
11 March 2006
Bayonne 17–11 Brive
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 7,114[9]

Round 19[edit]

17 March 2006
Brive 22–28 Stade Français
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 9,294[4]
18 March 2006
Toulon 13–15 Bourgoin
Stade Mayol
Attendance: 11,013[3]
18 March 2006
Perpignan 15–13 Toulouse
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 12,662[8]
18 March 2006
Agen 42–3 Clermont
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 6,894[15]
18 March 2006
Biarritz 18–14 Castres
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 5,103[10]
18 March 2006
Narbonne 27–15 Bayonne
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 6,695[5]
18 March 2006
Montpellier 41–36 Pau
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,698[7]

Round 20[edit]

24 March 2006
Toulouse 19–7 Agen
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 16,841[16]
25 March 2006
Bourgoin 15–18 Perpignan
Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne
Attendance: 22,621[12]
25 March 2006
Clermont 6–16 Biarritz
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 11,778[13]
25 March 2006
Castres 10–11 Stade Français
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 7,809[14]
25 March 2006
Bayonne 43–16 Toulon
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 8,062[9]
25 March 2006
Pau 28–24 Narbonne
Stade du Hameau
Attendance: 6,311[6]
25 March 2006
Montpellier 24–13 Brive
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,206[7]

Round 21[edit]

7 April 2006
Stade Français 28–15 Clermont
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 8,961[11]
8 April 2006
Agen 24–20 Bourgoin
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 8,642[15]
8 April 2006
Biarritz 29–20 Toulouse
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 12,707[10]
8 April 2006
Perpignan 54–13 Bayonne
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 11,963[8]
8 April 2006
Toulon 16–20 Pau
Stade Mayol
Attendance: 10,978[3]
8 April 2006
Narbonne 19–15 Montpellier
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 7,723[5]
8 April 2006
Brive 23–18 Castres
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 7,789[4]

Round 22[edit]

14 April 2006
Bourgoin 36–22 Biarritz
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 8,094[12]
15 April 2006
Toulouse 15–0 Stade Français
Stade Muncipal
Attendance: 35,439[18]
15 April 2006
Clermont 28–26 Castres
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 10,231[13]
15 April 2006
Bayonne 19–25 Agen
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 10,521[9]
15 April 2006
Pau 15–12 Perpignan
Stade du Hameau
Attendance: 6,349[6]
15 April 2006
Montpellier 65–0 Toulon
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,376[7]
15 April 2006
Narbonne 32–22 Brive
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 6,640[5]

Round 23[edit]

28 April 2006
Castres 24–44 Toulouse
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 9,510[14]
29 April 2006
Stade Français 33–7 Bourgoin
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 9,998[11]
29 April 2006
Biarritz 53–7 Bayonne
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 7,617[10]
29 April 2006
Agen 22–11 Pau
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 7,671[15]
29 April 2006
Perpignan 42–20 Montpellier
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 11,913[8]
29 April 2006
Toulon 33–9 Narbonne
Stade Mayol
Attendance: 10,703[3]
29 April 2006
Brive 29–14 Clermont
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 11,342[4]

Round 24[edit]

5 May 2006
Bourgoin 23–24 Castres
Stade Pierre Rajon[12]
Attendance: 6,451
6 May 2006
Bayonne 28–11 Stade Français
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 9,800[9]
6 May 2006
Pau 26–20 Biarritz
Stade du Hameau
Attendance: 9,080[6]
6 May 2006
Montpellier 44–19 Agen
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,654[7]
6 May 2006
Narbonne 25–13 Perpignan
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 10,773[5]
6 May 2006
Toulon 13–20 Brive
Stade Mayol
Attendance: 10,624[3]
7 May 2006
Toulouse 26–11 Clermont
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 18,854[16]

Round 25[edit]

12 May 2006
Biarritz 57–7 Montpellier
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 5,233[10]
13 May 2006
Clermont 22–10 Bourgoin
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 12,051[13]
13 May 2006
Castres 30–23 Bayonne
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 6,183[14]
13 May 2006
Stade Français 42–26 Pau
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 8,782[11]
13 May 2006
Agen 58–24 Narbonne
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 7,716[15]
13 May 2006
Perpignan 52–0 Toulon
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 11,745[8]
13 May 2006
Toulouse 37–27 Brive
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 16,736[16]

Round 26[edit]

27 May 2006
Bourgoin 12–37 Toulouse
Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne
Attendance: 24,790[12]
27 May 2006
Bayonne 19–24 Clermont
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 11,115[9]
27 May 2006
Pau 25–27 Castres
Stade du Hameau
Attendance: 7,043[6]
27 May 2006
Montpellier 24–43 Stade Français
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 6,251[7]
27 May 2006
Narbonne 12–34 Biarritz
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 8,664[5]
27 May 2006
Toulon 21–50 Agen
Stade Mayol
Attendance: 11,051[3]
27 May 2006
Brive 14–42 Perpignan
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 8,627[4]

Knock-out stages[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

2 June 2006
Biarritz 12–9 Perpignan
3 June 2006
Stade Français 9–12 Toulouse
Stade de Gerland, Lyon
Attendance: 30,000[19]

Final[edit]

2006-06-10
Biarritz 40 – 13 Toulouse
Tries Gobelet 45'
Bobo 48'
Traille 61'
August 70'
Harinordoquy 73'
Con Yachvili (3) 46', 49', 62'
Pen Yachvili (3) 1', 24', 31'
Try Lamboley 64'
Con Élissalde 65'
Pen Élissalde 30'
Drop Michalak 6'
Stade de France, Saint-Denis
Attendance: 79,474
Referee: Didier Mené France
FB 15 France Nicolas Brusque Substituted off 55'
RW 14 France Jean-Baptiste Gobelet
OC 13 France Philippe Bidabé
IC 12 France Damien Traille Substituted off 75'
LW 11 Fiji Sireli Bobo
FH 10 France Julien Peyrelongue
SH 9 France Dimitri Yachvili Substituted off 71'
N8 8 France Imanol Harinordoquy
OF 7 France Thierry Dusautoir
BF 6 France Serge Betsen Substituted off 63'
RL 5 France Olivier Olibeau Substituted off 50'
LL 4 France Jérôme Thion
TP 3 France Benoît Lecouls Substituted off 41' Substituted in 72'
HK 2 France Benoît August (c) Substituted off 73'
LP 1 Romania Petru Bălan Substituted off 72'
Replacements:
HK 16 France Benjamin Noirot Substituted in 73'
PR 17 Samoa Census Johnston Substituted in 41'
LK 18 France David Couzinet Substituted in 50'
N8 19 France Thomas Lièvremont Substituted in 63'
SH 20 France Julien Dupuy Substituted in 71'
FH 21 France Benjamin Dambielle Substituted in 55'
CE 22 Argentina Federico Martín Aramburú Substituted in 75'
Coach:
France Patrice Lagisquet
FB 15 France Clément Poitrenaud
RW 14 France Vincent Clerc Substituted off 55'
OC 13 France Yannick Jauzion
IC 12 France Florian Fritz
LW 11 France Cédric Heymans
FH 10 France Frédéric Michalak Substituted off 58'
SH 9 France Jean-Baptiste Élissalde
N8 8 Tonga Finau Maka Substituted off 69'
OF 7 France Jean Bouilhou
BF 6 France Yannick Nyanga Substituted off 55'
RL 5 Ireland Trevor Brennan
LL 4 France Fabien Pelous Substituted off 47'
TP 3 Argentina Omar Hasan Substituted off 61'
HK 2 France Yannick Bru (c) Substituted off 61'
LP 1 France Jean-Baptiste Poux Substituted off 47' Substituted in 61'
Replacements:
HK 16 France Virgile Lacombe Substituted in 61'
PR 17 South Africa Daan Human Substituted in 47'
LK 18 France Romain Millo-Chluski Substituted in 47'
FL 19 France Grégory Lamboley Substituted in 55'
N8 20 New Zealand Isitolo Maka Substituted in 69'
FH 21 France Jean-Frédéric Dubois Substituted in 58'
FB 22 France Xavier Garbajosa Substituted in 55'
Coach:
France Guy Novès

Leading scorers[edit]

  • Note that points scorers includes tries as well as conversions, penalties and drop goals.

Attendances[edit]

  • Attendances do not include the semi-finals or final as these are at neutral venues.
Club Home
Games
Total Average Highest Lowest % Capacity
Agen 13 90,087 6,930 9,362 4,163 53%
Bayonne 13 118,595 9,123 12,055 7,114 54%
Biarritz 13 81,805 6,293 12,707 4,482 42%
Bourgoin 13 118,412 9,109 24,790 5,175 68%
Brive 13 112,902 8,685 11,915 6,100 58%
Castres 13 80,394 6,184 9,510 4,801 54%
Clermont 13 143,688 11,053 13,850 9,000 68%
Montpellier 13 73,807 5,677 6,585 4,904 71%
Narbonne 13 95,297 7,331 10,773 5,628 61%
Pau 13 86,913 6,686 11,517 5,101 48%
Perpignan 13 148,913 11,455 12,662 5,785 69%
Stade Français 13 249,041 19,157 79,604 6,448 73%
Toulon 13 158,958 12,228 13,408 10,624 89%
Toulouse 13 227,107 17,470 35,439 12,156 83%

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Bourgoin would also play two games at the 35,616 capacity Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in Saint-Étienne.
  2. ^ Stade Français would also play two games at the 81,338 capacity Stade de France.
  3. ^ Toulouse would also play one game at the 35,575 capacity Stadium Municipal.

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