Autumn Internationals 2020
The 2020 Autumn International rugby matches were replaced by a new eight-team tournament – the Autumn Nations Cup – which featured the Six Nations teams plus Fiji and Georgia.
In addition, the rescheduled Six Nations matches took place across the final two weekends in October.
Autumn Nations Cup 2020 Fixtures
The inaugural Autumn Nations Cup tournament was played across four weekends from Friday 13th November to Sunday 6th December.
England beat France 22-19 in a tense final to lift the Autumn Nations Cup in front of 2,000 fans at Twickenham.
See below for match reports and highlights.
WARM-UPS / SIX NATIONS
Friday 23rd October 2020
Saturday 24th October 2020
Sunday 25th October 2020
SIX NATIONS - SUPER SATURDAY
Saturday 31st October 2020
AUTUMN NATIONS CUP - ROUND 1
Friday 13th November 2020
Saturday 14th November 2020
Sunday 15th November 2020
AUTUMN NATIONS CUP - ROUND 2
Saturday 21st November 2020
Sunday 22nd November 2020
AUTUMN NATIONS CUP - ROUND 3
Saturday 28th November 2020
Sunday 29th November 2020
AUTUMN NATIONS CUP - FINALS
Saturday 5th December 2020
Sunday 6th December 2020
*See individual match pages for details of broadcasters in the UK & Ireland.
Five things we learned from the Autumn Nations Cup
7th December 2020
England won the inaugural Autumn Nations Cup by beating France 22-19 in an extra-time nail-biter at Twickenham. Here we look at five things we learned from the eight-team tournament.
England clinch Autumn Nations Cup with sudden-death victory over France
6th December 2020
England needed extra time to extinguish France’s brave resistance as they lifted the inaugural Autumn Nations Cup with a 22-19 victory in front of 2,000 noisy fans at Twickenham.
Wales conclude Autumn Nations Cup with stuttering win over Italy
5th December 2020
Wales delivered another unconvincing display under head coach Wayne Pivac as their poor Autumn Nations Cup campaign ended with a 38-18 victory over Italy.
Keith Earls scores twice as Ireland beat Scotland again
5th December 2020
Ireland continued their recent dominance over Scotland by battling back to claim third place in the Autumn Nations Cup with a convincing 31-16 win in Dublin.