|09 Nov 2019||15:00||Stade Lausanne Rugby||Nyon Rugby||26||26|
|01 Dec 2019||15:00||Nyon LNA Rugby Club||Lausanne University Club Rugby|
|01 Dec 2019||13:00||Nyon Ex-A Rugby Club 2||Lausanne University Club Rugby 2|
|16 Nov 2019||13:00||Entente Red Zones||Mermigans|
|17 Nov 2019||13:00||Nyon M18 Rugby Club||Ecole de Rugby Lausanne|
|24 Nov 2019||11:30||Nyon M16 Rugby Club||Entente 3 lacs|
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.