All India & South Asia Rugby Tournament
Champions Trophy of All India & South Asia Rugby Tournament
|No. of teams||12|
|Army Red (2016)|
|Most titles||Bombay Gymkhana|
The All India & South Asia Rugby Tournament is an amateur league competition for rugby union football clubs in India. The competition has been played since 1924. In 2016 twelve teams took part in the men's edition, with Army Red securing the championship. The 2016 tournament also saw the first women's XVs rugby competition, with six teams participating, and the championship going to the team from the Odisha Rugby Football Association.
After the Calcutta Cup and rugby union in India became popular the Rugby Football Union decided to give Calcutta Cricket and Football Club a similar cup, which was named the All India & South Asia Rugby Tournament. The cup has been played every year since.
2016 Qualifying Teams
|Delhi Hurricanes||3||New Delhi|
|Maharashtra State Police||4||Maharashtra|
|Young Rugby Club||9||Kolkata|
For the first time women competed in a rugby XVs tournament, with six teams participating.
|Young Rugby Club||A||Kolkata|
|Delhi Lions||B||New Delhi|
2015 Qualifying Teams
These are the list of champions of the All India & South Asia Rugby Tournament since 2000.
|Men's All India & South Asia Rugby Tournament|
|2001||Bombay Gymkhana||Old Peterites SC||34-24|
|2003||Sri Lanka Police SC||Bombay Gymkhana||19-17|
|2004||Chennai Cheetahs||Bombay Gymkhana||12-3|
|2005||British Asian Rugby Association||Bangalore RFC||27-3|
|2006||Chennai Cheetahs||Kolkata Police||52-9|
|2007||Army Red||Chennai Cheetahs||12-5|
|2008||Army Red||Chennai Cheetahs|
|2010||Army Red||Chennai Cheetahs||24-16|
|2011||Army Red||Bombay Gymkhana||15-0|
|2012||Bombay Gymkhana||Army Red||7-0|
|2014||Army Red||Delhi Hurricanes||18-0|
|2015||Army Red||Bombay Gymkhana||17-5|
|2016||Army Red||Delhi Hurricanes||18-5|
These are the list of champions of the Women's All India & South Asia Rugby Tournament since its inaugural version in 2016.
|Women's All India & South Asia Rugby Tournament|
|2000||Odisha||Delhi Lions||20 - 0|
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