Quilter Cup
SportRugby union
Founded2016
No. of teams3
Most recent
champion(s)
England

The Quilter Cup (formerly the Old Mutual Wealth Cup) is a rugby union trophy awarded to the winner of the annual test/non-test match between England and other home nations as well as Barbarians. It is currently England's since 2019.

Creation of the trophy was revealed on 2 December 2015 when RFU announced a four-year partnership with Old Mutual Wealth, part of Old Mutual.[1]

The inaugural Old Mutual Wealth Cup match was won by England, who beat Wales 27–13 at Twickenham Stadium on 29 May 2016.[2]

From 2018 the competition was renamed to reflect the new name of the sponsor Quilter plc.[3]

Results

No. Date Venue Score Opposition Winner Match report
1 29 May 2016 Twickenham Stadium, London 27 – 13  Wales  England BBC Sports
2 28 May 2017 Twickenham Stadium, London 28 – 14 Barbarians  England BBC Sports
3 27 May 2018 Twickenham Stadium, London 45 – 63  England Barbarians England Rugby
4 2 June 2019 Twickenham Stadium, London 51– 43 Barbarians  England
5 25 October 2020[a] Twickenham Stadium, London Cancelled Barbarians

Notes

  1. ^ Despite initially being postponed from 21 June to 25 October due to the COVID-19 pandemic the match was later cancelled due to a breach of COVID protocols.[4]

References

  1. ^ "RFU agrees partnership with Old Mutual Wealth". englandrugby.com. 2 December 2015. Retrieved 26 May 2018.
  2. ^ "Old Mutual Wealth Cup - England Vs Barbarians". Old Mutual Wealth. Retrieved 18 May 2017.
  3. ^ "Old Mutual Wealth Management Limited changes name to Quilter plc". Old Mutual Wealth. 28 March 2018. Retrieved 26 May 2018.
  4. ^ "England-Barbarians match called off". BBC Sport. Retrieved 23 October 2020.