The Nations Cup 1968–69 was the ninth edition of a European rugby union championship for national teams, and fourth with the formula and the name of "Nations Cup".The tournament was won for the first time by Romania, who won all their four games, including a 15-14 win over France at home.

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  • The Nations Cup 1968–69 was the ninth edition of a European rugby union championship for national teams, and fourth with the formula and the name of "Nations Cup".The tournament was won for the first time by Romania, who won all their four games, including a 15-14 win over France at home. (en)
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  • Spain: 15.Del Valle, 14.Abecia, 13.Del rey, 12.Curujo, 11.Matutano, 10.Fonto , 9.Fonfo, 7.Gomez-Reino, 8.Bueno, 6.Mocoroa, 5.Caltazar, 4.Irarorza, 3.Espalza, 2.Hacha, 1.Modrego (en)
  • Italy: 15.Angelo Autore, 14.Elio Michelon, 13.Vittorio Ambron, 12.Fernando Pignotti, 11.Walter Rista, 10.Giampiero Ricci, 9.Umberto Conforto, 7.Franco Cioni, 8.Marco Bollesan, 6.Lucio Boccaletto, 5.Luigi Bettella, 4.Antonio di Zitti , 3.Dominico Armellin, 2.Alessandro Brunelli, 1.Massimo Gini (en)
  • Belgium : 15.Sluys, 14.Michel, 13.Vachandex, 12.Van Krinktiwelt II, 11.Donnez, 10.Brunet, 9.Antoine, 1.Van Krinktiwelt I, 2.Stalmans, 3.Vanderberghe, 4.Maillon, 5.Lefevre, 6.Pirodde, 7.Jacquemin, 8.Van Severen (en)
  • France: 15 Henri Magois, 14 Jean-Marie Bonal, 11 Jean Sillieres, 13 Jo Maso, 12 Andre Ruiz, 10 Lucien Paries, 9 Marcel Puget, 8 W. Sganghero, 7 C. Carrere , 6 B. Dutin, 5 Elie Cester, 4 Benoit Dauga, 3 J.M. Esponda, 2 M.Yachvili, 1 J.C. Noble (en)
  • Romania : 15 V. Daiciulescu, 14 Mihai Suciu, 11 Dan Coravu, 13 M. Wusek, 12 Valeriu Irimescu, 10 .Dragomirescu-Rahtopol, 9 Petre Florescu, 8 R. Demian , 7 Gh. Rascanu, 6 P. Ciobanel, 5 Ion Tutuianu, 4 Constantin Serban, 3 C. Dinu, 2 V.Iorgulescu, 1 G. Stoica, sostituti:, 16 Nicolae Baciu (en)
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  • The Nations Cup 1968–69 was the ninth edition of a European rugby union championship for national teams, and fourth with the formula and the name of "Nations Cup".The tournament was won for the first time by Romania, who won all their four games, including a 15-14 win over France at home. (en)
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  • 1968–69 FIRA Nations Cup (en)
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