Due to the exceptional circumstances of the COVID-19 crisis, EPCR has changed the formats for the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Top 14 is to be abandoned for 2019-20 with continental rugby postponed for four months.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the conclusion to rugby's top European competitions will no longer take place in May.
A five-week break has been implemented in the Premiership, with the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup quarter-finals pushed back.
The fixtures for the 2019-20 Champions Cup and Challenge Cup have been revealed, with Saracens starting their title defence at Racing 92.
Morgan Parra was injured in Clermont Auvergne's European Challenge Cup final triumph and will play no further part in his club's season.
Clermont Auvergne outscored La Rochelle by three tries to one to win their first European trophy for 12 years.
Tottenham's state-of-the-art stadium will stage both European rugby finals in two years' time.
Morgan Parra kicked 16 points but Clermont Auvergne survived a late scare against Harlequins to progress in the European Challenge Cup.
La Rochelle progressed to the European Challenge Cup final for the first time as they edged past Sale Sharks in the last four.
Connacht were blown away in the first half as Sale Sharks booked their place in the European Challenge Cup semi-finals.
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Northampton scored 17 tries in a record victory as they beat Timisoara Saracens 111-3 to reach the European Challenge Cup quarter-finals.
Ryan Mills' last-gasp drop goal put Worcester Warriors into the last eight of the Challenge Cup for the first time in a decade.
Timisoara Saracens have been punished for not doing enough to try to get the game against Northampton Saints to go ahead last Saturday.
Isaia Toeava will undergo surgery on a ruptured rotator cuff in his left shoulder, ruling him out for six months.