2021 Pro14 Betting Odds
The betting odds for the 2021 Pro14 season are yet to be made available. Here at bets.co.za we will keep you updated as soon as they are.
2021 Pro14 Fixtures
Keeping up to date with fixtures is important for any bettor. Home and away form plays a key role in the Pro14 so stay on top of the fixtures.
2021 Pro14 Results
Knowing the results of both past and present is important. Teams often perform at home and at certain other stadiums. Players can also be rested for certain fixtures as clubs often prioritise the European Champions Cup if there is a fixture the following week.
Pro14 Grand Final
The Pro14 Grand Final is the pinnacle of the Pro14 rugby season. Teams who qualify for the playoffs battle it out to reach the biggest stage of all.
You can watch all the highlights of the Pro14 on the Pro14 Rugby YouTube channel
. There are other sites, especially sites relating to the various teams that showcase some highlights.
When is the Pro14?
The Pro14 generally runs from late September to mid-June of the following year. The dates for the 2020/21 season are yet to be released.
There are 14 teams that participate in the Pro14 tournament every year from Scotland, Ireland, South Africa, Italy and Wales.
Pro14 Free Bets
Many online bookmakers will offer Pro14 free bets and special offers including price boosts. Check bets.co.za for all the latest offers.
Pro14 Winners and Runners-Up
Leinster are the defending Pro14 Champions and have won four of the last seven Pro14 tournaments.
Pro14 Social Media
Follow the Pro14 rugby on all the social media platforms.
The Pro14 is one of the newer rugby union competitions having only really started in the 1999/2000 season. It was then that the two Scottish sides, Edinburgh and Glasgow joined the Welsh Premier Division. The four Irish clubs joined in 2001 after an agreement was reached.
The 2001/02 season it was named the Celtic League as it included teams from Ireland, Wales and Scotland. Two Italian teams joined at the start of the 2010/11 season (Benetton & Zebre) which led to an expansion from 10 to 12 teams.
The tournament then became the Pro12 in 2011 as it reflected the amount of clubs involved. Guinness became the tournament sponsor at the beginning of the 2014/15 season and has held the title sponsorship ever since.
After the Southern Kings and Free State Cheetahs were culled from the Super Rugby tournament as SANZAAR looked for fewer teams, the Pro12 welcomed the two South African sides. Expansion was always on the lips of the organisers but expanding into Europe was difficult with the lower caliber of rugby played.
It was then that the name changed to the Pro14 to once again reflect the amount of teams involved. The format also changed as the league was split into two groups of seven. Each team now plays the other teams in their group on a home and away basis. They also play each team in the opposing group but only on one occasion.
The top four sides from each group qualify for the quarter finals. The 2019/20 season of the Pro14 was suspended due to COVID-19.