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Rugby - Trophee Garibaldi

Inaugurated in 2007, designed by sculptor and former France rugby union team captain Jean-Pierre Rives, the prize for the winner of the annual France-Italy Six Nations match is named after a 19th century French-born Italian revolutionary - Giuseppe Garibaldi.
Prior to 2007, France had won 26 of the 27 matches, with Italy's solitary success coming in Grenoble in 1997.
The only time the match for Trophee Garivbaldi has been played outside Paris or Rome was in 2018, when the game was taken to Marseille.
 
YEAR
VENUE
WINNERS
HOLDERS
2007
Stadio Flaminio
Fra 39-3
FRA
2008
Stade de France
Fra 25-13
FRA
2009
Stadio Flaminio
Fra 50-8
FRA
2010
Stade de France
Fra 46-20
FRA
2011
Stadio Flaminio
Ita 22-21
ITA
2012 Stade de France Fra 30-12 FRA
2013 Stadio Olimpico Ita 23-18 ITA
2014 Stade de France Fra 30-10 FRA
2015 Stadio Olimpico Fra 29-0 FRA
2016 Stade de France Fra 23-21 FRA
2017 Stadio Olimpico Fra 40-18 FRA
2018 Velodrome Fra 34-17 FRA


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