2006–07 Top 14 season

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2006–07 Top 14 season
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Countries  France
Champions Stade Français (13th title)
Runners-up Clermont
Relegated Narbonne, Agen
Matches played 185
Attendance 2,065,975
(average 11,167 per match)
Highest attendance 79,741
Stade Français v Toulouse
27 January 2007
Lowest attendance 4,553
Bourgoin v Montpellier
26 September 2006
Top point scorer Australia Brock James (Clermont)
377 points
Top try scorer France Aurélien Rougerie (Clermont)
13 tries

The 2006–07 Top 14 competition was the 108th French domestic rugby union club competition operated by the Ligue Nationale de Rugby (LNR) and the 2nd using the name Top 14. Biarritz were out to defend their crown, after their defeat of Toulouse in the 2005-06 Top 14 final. New teams to the league included Albi and Montauban who were promoted from 2004–05 Pro D2, replacing relegated sides Toulon and Pau.[1] During the season attendance records in the league were once again broken with 79,741 attending the Round 19 clash between Stade Français and Toulouse at the Stade de France, and over 2 million supporters attended games across the campaign.

In the league Stade Français jumped out to an early lead, winning their first nine matches. Although they faded somewhat as the season went on, they held on to top the regular-season ladder. Toulouse and Clermont each entered the final week with a chance to top the ladder, but Stade Français' win over Agen (without a bonus point) made it impossible for Clermont to overtake them, while Toulouse failed to secure the bonus point in their win over Bourgoin that would have made it possible for them to pip the Parisians for the top seed. The last playoff berth came down to the last round between Biarritz and Perpignan, with Biarritz securing fourth place in style with a bonus-point win over Castres.

The final Heineken Cup berth came down to the last round as well, with Bourgoin holding off the challenge of Top 14 newcomers Montauban. The relegation battle came down to the last week. Narbone had been assured of the drop after Round 25, while any of six other clubs were in mathematical danger of the drop going into the final week. In the end, Agen, who were next-to-last entering the final week, were consigned to the drop by league leaders Stade Français. Both clubs would be relegated to the 2007–08 Pro D2.

The play-offs saw Stade Français and Clermont win their respective semi-finals to qualify for the final. In the end it was Stade Français who lifted the Bouclier de Brennus as Top 14 champions for the 13th time in the clubs history, beating Clermont 23-18 at the Stade de France.

Teams[edit]

Number of teams by regions[edit]

Teams Region or country Team(s)
7  Occitanie Albi, Castres, Montauban, Montpellier, Narbonne, Perpignan and Toulouse
4  Nouvelle-Aquitaine Agen, Bayonne, Biarritz, Brive
2  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Bourgoin and Clermont
1  Île-de-France Stade Français

Table[edit]

2006–07 Top 14 Table
Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Diff. Bonus Points Points
1 Stade Français (C) 26 19 1 6 667 433 234 9 87
2 Toulouse (SF) 26 18 2 6 643 424 219 10 86
3 Clermont (F) 26 18 0 8 772 454 318 11 84
4 Biarritz (SF) 26 16 1 9 549 385 164 10 76
5 Perpignan 26 16 1 9 493 398 95 9 75
6 Bourgoin 26 11 1 14 543 484 59 12 58
7 Montauban 26 10 2 14 475 493 -18 10 54
8 Bayonne 26 11 1 14 452 647 -195 5 51
9 Brive 26 10 1 15 419 516 -97 8 50
10 Albi 26 11 1 14 333 512 -179 4 50
11 Castres 26 9 1 16 531 576 -45 11 49
12 Montpellier 26 9 1 16 442 596 -154 10 48
13 Agen (R) 26 9 1 16 382 520 -138 6 44
14 Narbonne (R) 26 8 0 18 521 784 -263 7 39
Green background Top four advance to playoffs, and receive places in the 2007–08 Heineken Cup.

Blue background Fifth to sixth also qualify for the 2007–08 Heineken Cup.
{ink background Bottom two places are relegated to the 2007–08 Rugby Pro D2

The seventh-place team would have received a Heineken Cup place if a French club had advanced farther in that season's Heineken Cup than any club from England or Italy. However, the quarterfinal losses of Biarritz and Stade Français, the last two remaining French sides in the 2006-07 Heineken Cup, to English sides Northampton Saints and Leicester Tigers, meant that the "extra" Heineken Cup place would go to England. (The remaining two semifinalists were another English side, eventual winners London Wasps, and Welsh side Llanelli Scarlets.)

The 2007-08 Heineken Cup was in doubt earlier this season. French clubs announced plans to boycott the competition, and the English PRL clubs joined them, demanding a financial stake in the competition from the RFU. However, recent negotiations have ensured that top teams from both countries will now play.

Fixtures & Results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

18 August 2006
Biarritz 29–24 Clermont (1 BP)
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 12,631[2]
19 August 2006
(1 BP) Stade Français 52–20 Montpellier
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 8,150[3]
19 August 2006
Albi 24–12 Bayonne
Stadium Municipal d'Albi
Attendance: 5,088[4]
19 August 2006
Agen 18–6 Bourgoin
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 7,164[5]
19 August 2006
(1 BP) Montauban 41–20 Narbonne
Stade Sapiac
Attendance: 6,403[6]
19 August 2006
Perpignan 20–16 Castres (1 BP)
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 13,860[7]
19 August 2006
Brive 9–24 Toulouse
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 12,747[8]

Round 2[edit]

25 August 2006
Castres 16–26 Stade Français
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 6,669[9]
25 August 2006
Montpellier 26–7 Agen
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,449[10]
26 August 2006
(1 BP) Bourgoin 42–17 Brive
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 5,080[11]
26 August 2006
(1 BP) Toulouse 23–0 Albi
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 16,548[12]
26 August 2006
Bayonne 9–20 Montauban
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 9,815[13]
26 August 2006
Narbonne 25–18 Biarritz (1 BP)
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 7,299[14]
26 August 2006
Clermont 25–12 Perpignan
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 10,556[15]

Round 3[edit]

30 August 2006
Albi 21–18 Bourgoin (1 BP)
Stadium Municipal d'Albi
Attendance: 5,054[4]
30 August 2006
(1 BP) Montauban 19–24 Toulouse
Stade Sapiac
Attendance: 9,053[6]
30 August 2006
(1 BP) Biarritz 54–0 Bayonne
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 13,013[2]
30 August 2006
(1 BP) Perpignan 45–6 Narbonne
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 12,826[7]
30 August 2006
(1 BP) Stade Français 45–13 Clermont
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 8,935[3]
30 August 2006
Montpellier 20–16 Castres (1 BP)
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,807[10]
30 August 2006
Agen 22–16 Brive (1 BP)
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 6,515[5]

Round 4[edit]

3 September 2006
(1 BP) Bourgoin 35–22 Montauban
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 5,050[11]
3 September 2006
Toulouse 20–3 Biarritz
Stade Muncipal
Attendance: 28,955[16]
3 September 2006
Bayonne 9–20 Perpignan
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 7,969[13]
3 September 2006
Narbonne 24–33 Stade Français
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 7,332[14]
3 September 2006
(1 BP) Clermont 55–7 Montpellier
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 9,791[15]
3 September 2006
Brive 6–3 Albi (1 BP)
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 6,908[8]
3 September 2006
Castres 31–26 Agen (1 BP)
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 5,784[9]

Round 5[edit]

8 September 2006
Biarritz 12–6 Bourgoin (1 BP)
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 8,355[2]
9 September 2006
Perpignan 30–17 Toulouse
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 13,250[7]
9 September 2006
(1 BP) Stade Français 48–29 Bayonne
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 8,455[3]
9 September 2006
(1 BP) Montpellier 33–10 Narbonne
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,825[10]
9 September 2006
Castres 13–9 Clermont (1 BP)
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 5,850[9]
9 September 2006
Montauban 21–20 Brive (1 BP)
Stade Sapiac
Attendance: 6,014[6]
9 September 2006
(1 BP) Agen 32–3 Albi
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 6,776[5]

Round 6[edit]

15 September 2006
Bourgoin 22–3 Perpignan
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 5,839[11]
16 September 2006
(1 BP) Toulouse 12–16 Stade Français
Stade Muncipal
Attendance: 33,661[16]
16 September 2006
Bayonne 25–20 Montpellier (1 BP)
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 9,481[13]
16 September 2006
(1 BP) Narbonne 39–17 Castres
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 6,236[14]
16 September 2006
(1 BP) Brive 14–21 Biarritz
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 7,817[8]
16 September 2006
Albi 12–10 Montauban (1 BP)
Stadium Municipal d'Albi
Attendance: 6,373[4]
16 September 2006
Clermont 20–3 Agen
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 9,892[15]

Round 7[edit]

22 September 2006
Montpellier 9–9 Toulouse
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 6,545[10]
23 September 2006
(1 BP) Stade Français 41–27 Bourgoin
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 8,485[3]
23 September 2006
(1 BP) Castres 39–15 Bayonne
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 5,918[9]
23 September 2006
(1 BP) Clermont 43–0 Narbonne
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 8,943[15]
23 September 2006
(1 BP) Perpignan 24–13 Brive
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 11,454[7]
23 September 2006
Biarritz 20–6 Albi
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 7,592[2]
23 September 2006
Agen 13–9 Montauban (1 BP)
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 7,171[5]

Round 8[edit]

26 September 2006
Bourgoin 25–3 Montpellier
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 4,553[11]
26 September 2006
(1 BP) Toulouse 35–3 Castres
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 14,535[12]
26 September 2006
Bayonne 24–13 Clermont
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 9,568[13]
26 September 2006
Brive 6–21 Stade Français
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 9,629[8]
26 September 2006
Albi 16–7 Perpignan
Stadium Municipal d'Albi
Attendance: 6,431[4]
26 September 2006
Montauban 19–13 Biarritz (1 BP)
Stade Sapiac
Attendance: 7,216[6]
26 September 2006
Narbonne 33–18 Agen
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 6,266[14]

Round 9[edit]

30 September 2006
Agen 20–18 Biarritz (1 BP)
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 7,245[5]
30 September 2006
Castres 18–16 Bourgoin (1 BP)
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 6,211[9]
30 September 2006
Narbonne 25–12 Bayonne
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 7,033[14]
30 September 2006
(1 BP) Montpellier 12–17 Brive
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,540[10]
30 September 2006
(1 BP) Perpignan 13–18 Montauban
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 11,824[7]
30 September 2006
Stade Français 25–12 Albi
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 8,549[3]
30 September 2006
(1 BP) Clermont 46–9 Toulouse
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 13,376[15]

Round 10[edit]

6 October 2006
Montauban 15–9 Stade Français (1 BP)
Stade Sapiac
Attendance: 9,046[6]
7 October 2006
Biarritz 25–10 Perpignan
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 8,326[2]
7 October 2006
Albi 15–9 Montpellier (1 BP)
Stadium Municipal d'Albi
Attendance: 5,623[4]
7 October 2006
Bayonne 19–15 Agen (1 BP)
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 10,539[13]
7 October 2006
Brive 22–15 Castres (1 BP)
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 7,461[8]
7 October 2006
Toulouse 40–34 Narbonne (1 BP)
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 14,232[12]
7 October 2006
(1 BP) Bourgoin 22–28 Clermont
Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne[17]
Attendance: 16,914

Round 11[edit]

14 October 2006
Bayonne 9–20 Toulouse
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 12,858[13]
14 October 2006
(1 BP) Castres 16–19 Albi
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 9,091[9]
14 October 2006
(1 BP) Clermont 44–3 Brive
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 12,264[15]
14 October 2006
Montpellier 19–17 Montauban (1 BP)
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,877[10]
14 October 2006
(1 BP) Narbonne 20–23 Bourgoin
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 7,016[14]
14 October 2006
(1 BP) Agen 6–13 Perpignan
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 6,386[5]
14 October 2006
Stade Français 22–16 Biarritz (1 BP)
Stade de France
Attendance: 79,619[18]

Round 12[edit]

3 November 2006
Albi 6–27 Clermont
Stadium Municipal d'Albi
Attendance: 6,882[4]
4 November 2006
Perpignan 11–10 Stade Français (1 BP)
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 13,116[7]
4 November 2006
(1 BP) Biarritz 44–11 Montpellier
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 7,740[2]
4 November 2006
(1 BP) Bourgoin 39–10 Bayonne
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 5,139[11]
4 November 2006
Brive 23–21 Narbonne (1 BP)
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 8,487[8]
4 November 2006
Montauban 15–15 Castres
Stade Sapiac
Attendance: 7,497[6]
4 November 2006
Agen 24–16 Toulouse
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 11,293[5]

Round 13[edit]

10 November 2006
Toulouse 25–15 Bourgoin
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 13,557[12]
11 November 2006
Stade Français 31–8 Agen
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 8,356[3]
11 November 2006
(1 BP) Bayonne 29–6 Brive
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 9,385[13]
11 November 2006
(1 BP) Castres 12–16 Biarritz
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 6,299[9]
11 November 2006
(1 BP) Montpellier 12–15 Perpignan
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 6,417[10]
11 November 2006
(1 BP) Narbonne 50–12 Albi
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 6,825[14]
11 November 2006
Clermont 27–16 Montauban
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 10,066[15]

Round 14[edit]

17 November 2006
Montpellier 25–13 Stade Français
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 5,846[10]
18 November 2006
Clermont 25–17 Biarritz
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 12,865[15]
18 November 2006
Bayonne 15–9 Albi (1 BP)
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 10,540[13]
18 November 2006
Bourgoin 31–18 Agen
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 4,740[11]
18 November 2006
Narbonne 37–33 Montauban (1 BP)
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 7,265[14]
18 November 2006
(1 BP) Toulouse 26–29 Brive
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 13,902[12]
18 November 2006
Castres 19–13 Perpignan (1 BP)
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 5,652[9]

Round 15[edit]

24 November 2006
(1 BP) Stade Français 43–18 Castres
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 6,698[3]
24 November 2006
Albi 13–13 Toulouse
Stadium Municipal d'Albi
Attendance: 8,555[4]
25 November 2006
Agen 14–9 Montpellier (1 BP)
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 5,321[5]
25 November 2006
(1 BP) Biarritz 42–14 Narbonne
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 6,711[2]
25 November 2006
Brive 28–3 Bourgoin
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 8,077[8]
25 November 2006
(1 BP) Montauban 17–18 Bayonne
Stade Sapiac
Attendance: 6,675[6]
25 November 2006
(1 BP) Perpignan 32–15 Clermont
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 11,838[7]

Round 16[edit]

1 December 2006
(1 BP) Bayonne 11–15 Biarritz
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 13,841[13]
2 December 2006
(1 BP) Bourgoin 36–11 Albi
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 4,816[11]
2 December 2006
Toulouse 30–21 Montauban
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 17,752[12]
2 December 2006
(BP) Narbonne 15–19 Perpignan
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 9,483[14]
2 December 2006
Clermont 29–17 Stade Français
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 13,685[15]
2 December 2006
(1 BP) Castres 51–13 Montpellier
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 5,768[9]
2 December 2006
Brive 19–13 Agen (1 BP)
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 10,098[8]

Round 17[edit]

22 December 2006
Agen 20–9 Castres
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 5,680[5]
23 December 2006
Montauban 26–17 Bourgoin
Stade Sapiac
Attendance: 6,066[6]
23 December 2006
Montpellier 18–31 Clermont
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 6,048[10]
23 December 2006
(1 BP) Perpignan 36–30 Bayonne (1 BP)
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 12,051[7]
23 December 2006
(1 BP) Stade Français 41–0 Narbonne
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 8,263[3]
23 December 2006
Albi 19–3 Brive
Stadium Municipal d'Albi
Attendance: 5,453[4]
23 December 2006
(1 BP) Biarritz 16–21 Toulouse
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 11,667[2]

Round 18[edit]

6 January 2007
Bourgoin 9–0 Biarritz
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 6,833[11]
6 January 2007
Toulouse 16–12 Perpignan (1 BP)
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 18,914[12]
6 January 2007
Albi 16–6 Agen
Stadium Municipal d'Albi
Attendance: 6,408[4]
6 January 2007
(1 BP) Brive 11–16 Montauban
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 8,814[8]
6 January 2007
Clermont 30–23 Castres (1 BP)
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 11,185[15]
6 January 2007
Narbonne 32–9 Montpellier
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 7,648[14]
6 January 2007
Bayonne 29–27 Stade Français (1 BP)
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 12,821[13]

Round 19[edit]

26 January 2007
(1 BP) Montpellier 39–17 Bayonne
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 6,049[10]
27 January 2007
Agen 22–18 Clermont (1 BP)
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 7,196[5]
27 January 2007
(1 BP) Castres 62–14 Narbonne
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 6,667[9]
27 January 2007
Biarritz 15–6 Brive
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 7,296[2]
27 January 2007
(1 BP) Montauban 15–19 Albi
Stade Sapiac
Attendance: 7,841[6]
27 January 2007
Perpignan 16–9 Bourgoin (1 BP)
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 13,102[7]
27 January 2007
Stade Français 22–20 Toulouse (1 BP)
Stade de France
Attendance: 79,741[18]

Round 20[edit]

23 March 2007
Albi 10–23 Biarritz
Stadium Municipal d'Albi
Attendance: 7,411[4]
24 March 2007
Bourgoin 19–19 Stade Français
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 8,057[11]
24 March 2007
Bayonne 19–12 Castres (1 BP)
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 12,496[13]
24 March 2007
Brive 22–22 Perpignan
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 11,978[8]
24 March 2007
Montauban 22–12 Agen
Stade Sapiac
Attendance: 7,975[6]
24 March 2007
(1 BP) Toulouse 28–10 Montpellier
Stade Muncipal
Attendance: 19,551[16]
24 March 2007
Narbonne (1 BP) 26–29 Clermont (1 BP)
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 8,870[14]

Round 21[edit]

6 April 2007
Montpellier 19–7 Bourgoin
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 6,144[10]
7 April 2007
Castres 19–35 Toulouse (1 BP)
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 9,293[9]
7 April 2007
Stade Français 18–13 Brive (1 BP)
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 8,960[3]
7 April 2007
(1 BP) Agen 19–26 Narbonne
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 7,433[5]
7 April 2007
(1 BP) Clermont 61–24 Bayonne (1 BP)
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 12,307[15]
7 April 2007
Perpignan 20–3 Albi
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 12,246[7]
7 April 2007
Biarritz 9–9 Montauban
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 8,889[2]

Round 22[edit]

13 April 2007
Biarritz 17–7 Agen
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 8,562[2]
14 April 2007
(1 BP) Albi 16–21 Stade Français
Stadium Municipal d'Albi
Attendance: 8,183[4]
14 April 2007
Bayonne 16–8 Narbonne
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 13,379[13]
14 April 2007
Bourgoin 32–19 Castres
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 5,786[11]
14 April 2007
Montauban 12–29 Perpignan
Stade Sapiac
Attendance: 8,731[6]
14 April 2007
Brive 25–16 Montpellier
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 10,526[8]
15 April 2007
Toulouse 24–7 Clermont
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 14,003[12]

Round 23[edit]

27 April 2007
Narbonne 10–41 Toulouse (1 BP)
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 9,756[14]
28 April 2007
Perpignan 15–23 Biarritz
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 13,643[7]
28 April 2007
Agen 16–16 Bayonne
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 9,258[5]
28 April 2007
(1 BP) Clermont 40–9 Bourgoin
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 13,517[15]
28 April 2007
Montpellier 23–14 Albi
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 6,404[10]
28 April 2007
Stade Français 24–17 Montauban (1 BP)
Stade Jean-Bouin
Attendance: 8,999[3]
28 April 2007
Castres 17–15 Brive (1 BP)
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 9,108[9]

Round 24[edit]

4 May 2007
(1 BP) Perpignan 31–18 Agen
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 11,116[7]
5 May 2007
Biarritz 22–13 Stade Français
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 11,704[2]
5 May 2007
Albi 19–12 Castres (1 BP)
Stadium Municipal d'Albi
Attendance: 9,690[4]
5 May 2007
(1 BP) Bourgoin 44–11 Narbonne
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 6,272[11]
5 May 2007
Montauban 13–12 Montpellier (1 BP)
Stade Sapiac
Attendance: 5,669[6]
5 May 2007
(1 BP) Toulouse 47–28 Bayonne (1 BP)
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 18,722[12]
5 May 2007
Brive 28–22 Clermont (1 BP)
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 11,704[8]

Round 25[edit]

11 May 2007
(1 BP) Toulouse 47–0 Agen
Stade Ernest-Wallon
Attendance: 18,768[12]
12 May 2007
Bayonne 18–11 Bourgoin (1 BP)
Stade Jean Dauger
Attendance: 13,926[13]
12 May 2007
Castres 25–13 Montauban
Stade Pierre-Fabre
Attendance: 8,622[9]
12 May 2007
(1 BP) Clermont 70–6 Albi
Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin
Attendance: 13,503
12 May 2007
Narbonne 21–42 Brive (1 BP)
Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitié
Attendance: 9,125[14]
12 May 2007
(1 BP) Montpellier 39–29 Biarritz (1 BP)
Stade Sabathé
Attendance: 6,491[10]
13 May 2007
Stade Français 12–11 Perpignan (1 BP)
Stade de France
Attendance: 69,805[18]

Round 26[edit]

26 May 2007
(1 BP) Albi 29–0 Narbonne
Stadium Municipal d'Albi
Attendance: 7,101[4]
26 May 2007
Agen 5–18 Stade Français
Stade Armandie
Attendance: 10,224[5]
26 May 2007
(1 BP) Biarritz 32–17 Castres
Parc des Sports Aguiléra
Attendance: 9,097[2]
26 May 2007
(1 BP) Bourgoin 20–21 Toulouse
Stade Pierre Rajon
Attendance: 8,098[11]
26 May 2007
(1 BP) Brive 6–9 Bayonne
Stade Amédée-Domenech
Attendance: 7,899[8]
26 May 2007
(1 BP) Montauban 19–21 Clermont
Stade Sapiac
Attendance: 5,821[6]
26 May 2007
Perpignan 14–9 Montpellier (1 BP)
Stade Aimé Giral
Attendance: 12,250[7]

Knock-out stages[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

1 June 2007
Stade Français 18–6 Biarritz
2 June 2007
Toulouse 15–20 Clermont
Stade Vélodrome, Marseille
Attendance: 55,405[19]

Final[edit]

2007-06-12
Stade Français 23 – 18 Clermont
Tries Pichot 69'
Samo 78'
Con Hernández (2/2)
Pen Hernández (3) 50', 53', 64'
Pen James (5) 19', 34', 43', 60', 74'
Drop Floch 39'
Stade de France, Saint-Denis
Attendance: 79,654[19]
Referee: Franck Maciello France
FB 15 France Nicolas Jeanjean
RW 14 France Julien Arias
OC 13 France Stéphane Glas
IC 12 France David Skrela
LW 11 France Christophe Dominici
FH 10 Argentina Juan Martín Hernández
SH 9 Argentina Agustín Pichot (c)
N8 8 France Pierre Rabadan
OF 7 France Rémy Martin
BF 6 Italy Mauro Bergamasco Substituted off 46'
RL 5 Canada Mike James Substituted off 48'
LL 4 France Arnaud Marchois Substituted off 48'
TP 3 Argentina Pedro Ledesma
HK 2 France Benjamin Kayser Substituted off 57'
LP 1 Argentina Rodrigo Roncero
Replacements:
HK 16 France Dimitri Szarzewski Substituted in 57'
PR 17 France Damien Weber
LK 18 France David Auradou Substituted in 48'
N8 19 Australia Radike Samo Substituted in 48'
SH 20 Italy Sergio Parisse Substituted in 46'
FH 21 France Jérôme Fillol
CE 22 France Brian Liebenberg Substituted in 49'
Coach:
France Fabien Galthié
FB 15 France Anthony Floch
RW 14 France Aurélien Rougerie (c)
OC 13 France Tony Marsh
IC 12 Italy Gonzalo Canale
LW 11 France Julien Malzieu
FH 10 Australia Brock James
SH 9 France Pierre Mignoni
N8 8 France Elvis Vermeulen
OF 7 France Alexandre Audebert
BF 6 New Zealand Sam Broomhall
RL 5 France Thibaut Privat Substituted off 49'
LL 4 Canada Jamie Cudmore Substituted off 46'
TP 3 Argentina Martín Scelzo Substituted off 50'
HK 2 Argentina Mario Ledesma
LP 1 France Laurent Emmanuelli
Replacements:
PR 16 Georgia (country) Davit Zirakashvili Substituted in 50'
HK 17 France Brice Miguel
LK 18 France Loïc Jacquet Substituted in 46'
LK 19 Argentina Gonzalo Longo Substituted in 49'
N8 20 Italy Alessandro Troncon
SH 21 Fiji Seremaia Bai
CE 22 South Africa Grant Esterhuizen
Coach:
New Zealand Vern Cotter

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 97,662 7,512 11,293 5,321 58%
Albi 13 88,252 6,789 9,690 5,054 57%
Bayonne 13 146,618 11,278 13,926 7,969 67%
Biarritz 13 121,583 9,353 13,013 6,711 62%
Bourgoin 13 87,177 6,706 16,914 4,553 61%
Brive 13 122,145 9,396 12,747 6,908 63%
Castres 13 90,932 6,995 9,293 5,652 61%
Clermont 13 151,950 11,688 13,685 8,943 72%
Montauban 13 94,007 7,231 9,053 5,669 63%
Montpellier 13 78,442 6,034 6,545 5,449 75%
Narbonne 13 100,154 7,704 9,756 6,236 64%
Perpignan 13 162,576 12,506 13,860 11,116 75%
Stade Français 13 313,015 24,078 79,741 6,698 75%
Toulouse 13 243,100 18,700 33,661 13,557 81%

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

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

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