What years did Leinster win the Heineken Cup?

By club

Club Won Years won
Leinster 4 2008–09, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2017–18
Saracens 3 2015–16, 2016–17, 2018–19
Toulon 3 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15
Leicester Tigers 2 2000–01, 2001–02

Where can I watch Heineken Cup final?

There is excellent coverage of the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup in the UK and Ireland, with both finals aired on BT Sport and beIN SPORTS. There will also be quality free-to-air coverage of the Heineken Champions Cup final on Channel 4 (UK) and Virgin Media (Ireland).

How many times did Munster win the Heineken Cup?

Munster won their second Heineken Cup title in three seasons with a nail-biting 16-13 triumph over Toulouse.

What TV channel is the Heineken Cup on?

Heineken Champions Cup on TV is live and exclusive on BT Sport. All matches, including Group stage games, knockout stages and Finals are live on BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 3.

What channel is the Heineken Champions Cup on?

Channel 4
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Who won the Heineken Cup in 2006?

Munster won the tournament, beating Biarritz in the final held at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, on 20 May 2006. The teams were divided into six pools of four, in which teams played home and away matches against each other.

When was the last time the Heineken Cup was played?

The 2014 Heineken Cup Final was the final match of the 2013–14 Heineken Cup, the 19th and final season of Europe’s top club rugby union competition. The Heineken Cup was replaced by a new top-level competition, the European Rugby Champions Cup, effective in 2014–15.

How many tries did Leinster score in the Heineken Cup?

But late scores from replacements Heinke van der Merwe and Sean Cronin set a new final record of five tries. Leinster became only the second team, after Leicester a decade ago, to successfully defend the Heineken Cup, and the second after Toulouse to win more than two European titles.

How many tries did Leinster score against Northampton?

As well as scoring 28 points, including two tries in a remarkable flurry in which Leinster scored 27 unanswered points from 22-6 down, Sexton was also a keynote speaker at half-time, invoking the memory of Liverpool’s famous 2005 European Cup comeback against Milan in Istanbul.