- 06/04/2020 – While matches and training sessions have sadly been put on hold by the government’s measures necessary to contain the outbreak of the Coronavirus, it is still possible to learn more about coaching, refereeing, medical aspects, player welfare, strength & conditioning, and other topics in rugby. The FSR has created an overview of the different online education resources and courses in english, german, and french on its new Online Course Page .Take advantage of these resources.
- 27/03/2020 – All official competitions are cancelled for the rest of the spring/summer season of 2020.This applies to all official competitions in all age categories in Swiss Rugby. There will be no Swiss Champions or Cup winners this season and no promotion or relegation at the end of the season. All official Swiss Rugby Competitions will restart in the new season in September 2020, hoping the situation will allow this to happen. more…
- 13/03/2020 – Following the decision of the State Council of the Canton of Vaud (urgent measures for the protection of the population – Vaud State press release) to close the places of entertainment, we inform you that the Colovray Sports Center is closed to all users until April 30, whether for sports clubs or individuals.
- 12/03/2020 – Rugby Europe has just announced that they are suspending all their international matches immediately. The Rugby Europe Trophy Match Switzerland v Netherlands, scheduled for Saturday, March 14th, 2020, in Geneve Plan-Les-Ouates, will therefore not take place. more…
|01 Dec 2019||15:00||Nyon Rugby||Lausanne University Rugby||29||12|
|22 Mar 2020||15:00||Nyon LNA Rugby Club||Entente Neuchatel/Yverdon|
|22 Mar 2020||15:00||Nyon Ex-A Rugby Club 2||Entente Neuchatel/Yverdon 2|
|22 Mar 2020||12:00||Mermigans||Rugby Football Club Basel|
|28 Mar 2020||15:00||Nyon M18 Rugby Club||Entente Genève|
|28 Mar 2020||15:00||Nyon M16 Rugby Club||GPLO/Avusy|
Nyon is a municipality in the district of Nyon in the canton of Vaud in Switzerland.
It is located some 25 kilometers north east of Geneva’s city centre, and since the 1970s it has become part of the Geneva metropolitan area. It lies on the shores of Lake Geneva and is the seat of the district of Nyon. The town has (as of December 2018) a population of 21,198 and is famous in the sporting world for being the headquarters of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) and the European Club Association (ECA). It is connected to the rest of Switzerland by way of the Route Suisse, the A1 Motorway and the railways of the Arc Lémanique.