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Sat 30 May 2020 | 05:49

REPORT: D-day for Global calendar creeps closer

REPORT: D-day for Global calendar creeps closer
Sat 30 May 2020 | 05:49
REPORT: D-day for Global calendar creeps closer
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SPOTLIGHT: In just over a fortnight the landscape of rugby could change forever at the summit for a revolutionary global calendar.

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According to reports, June 15 is the scheduled date for a follow-up meeting between SANZAAR and the Six Nations where they will reach an agreement on the global calendar proposal.

Rugbypass reported that this summit will include the Premiership, Top 14 and PRO14 – along with World Rugby – in the hope that an agreement can be reached on the best way forward for professional rugby to better aligned the disparate fixture schedules north and south of the equator. 

According to Midi Olympique the various structures on the table have been presented to the Top 14 club presidents who had been looking at a September start for their 2020/21 season in France following the late April cancellation of the suspended 2019/20 season due to the coronavirus pandemic outbreak. 

Paul Goze, president of Ligue Nationale de Rugby, apparently outlined on Friday the two options that will be on the table when the main tournaments from around the world convene in just over a fortnight to decide what is possible. In all cases, the remainder of 2020 would be left blank from new club rugby seasons. 

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The first option would see the Six Nations and the Rugby Championship played at the same time in March and April 2021, with the summer Test window moved to October and running into the traditional November schedule, the one piece of the international schedule that would remain untouched. 

According to Goze, this would result in the Top 14 and the other European leagues starting their new seasons in January 2021 with an eight-week block. They would then break for the Six Nations and the Rugby Championship, before resuming in late April and running the whole way through to September 2021.   

The second option apparently on the table would see the Six Nations and the Rugby Championship continue at their current different times of the year, with the leagues in Europe starting instead in late March 2021 and continuing through to the end of September. 

Midi reported the information relayed by Goze left the majority of the Top 14 club presidents taken aback and concerned that they might not be able to adapt their businesses to a new calendar year schedule.

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