1967 Five Nations Tournament


July 3, 2022

The 1967 Five Nations Championship, played from January 14 to April 15, 1967, was won by France, although they lost the opening game to Scotland.


Legend: J matches played, V wins, N draws, D: losses PP points for, PC points against, Δ: difference in points PP-PCPts ranking points (scale: 2 points for a win, 1 point for a draw , nothing for a defeat)T: 1966 title holder. The best attack goes to England, the best defense to Ireland, while France achieves the best point difference.


All ten meetings take place on a Saturday on eight dates:

France matches

Technical sheets of these four meetings:

France - Scotland

Scotland narrowly beat their host, just on foot:

England - France

Second consecutive victory of the Blues against the players of the Rose:

France - Wales

Third consecutive victorious reception of Wales by France:

Ireland - France

France are undefeated against Ireland since 1960 (with a draw in 1965):

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France rugby union team at the 1967 Five Nations Tournament

Notes and References

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