The 1982 Five Nations Championship was the fifty-third series of the rugby union Five Nations Championship. Including the previous incarnations as the Home Nations and Five Nations, this was the eighty-eighth series of the northern hemisphere rugby union championship. Ten matches were played between 16 January and 20 March. The winner of the championship was Ireland, with three wins and one defeat. It was the team's ninth title (excluding seven previous other titles which were shared). Ireland also won the Triple Crown, its fifth such honour, its first since 1949 and last one until 1985. The team's only defeat came on the final day of the competition, losing 22-9 to France in Paris, denying the Irish what would have been only their second ever Grand Slam.

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  • Le Tournoi des cinq nations 1982 voit la victoire de l'Irlande qui manque de peu le grand chelem, victime du baroud d'honneur des Français. Ces derniers réalisent l'un de leurs plus mauvais tournois de l'après-guerre et évitent de très peu la cuillère de bois. (fr)
  • Die Ausgabe 1982 des jährlich stattfindenden Rugby-Union-Turniers Five Nations (seit 2000 Six Nations) fand an sechs Spieltagen zwischen dem 16. Januar und dem 20. März statt. Turniersieger wurde Irland, das mit Siegen gegen alle britische Mannschaften die Triple Crown schaffte. (de)
  • Il torneo di rugby a 15 delle Cinque Nazioni del 1982 si disputò dal 16 gennaio al 20 marzo. Il torneo venne vinto dall'Irlanda. (it)
  • The 1982 Five Nations Championship was the fifty-third series of the rugby union Five Nations Championship. Including the previous incarnations as the Home Nations and Five Nations, this was the eighty-eighth series of the northern hemisphere rugby union championship. Ten matches were played between 16 January and 20 March. The winner of the championship was Ireland, with three wins and one defeat. It was the team's ninth title (excluding seven previous other titles which were shared). Ireland also won the Triple Crown, its fifth such honour, its first since 1949 and last one until 1985. The team's only defeat came on the final day of the competition, losing 22-9 to France in Paris, denying the Irish what would have been only their second ever Grand Slam. Wales's defeat by Scotland was their first loss at home in a Five Nations championship match since France won at Cardiff in March 1968. The Ireland vs Wales game was delayed by a week due to a frozen pitch in Dublin. (en)
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  • Con.: Gabernet
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  • Drops: Lescarboura
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  • Pen.: Campbell
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  • . J. P. Bonnet
  • A. M. Hosie
  • A. Welsby
  • C. Norling
  • D. I. H. Burnett
  • F. Palmade
  • J. A. F. Trigg
  • J. A. Short
  • K. Rowland
  • M. D. M. Rea
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  • John Carleton
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  • Mike Slemen
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  • Le Tournoi des cinq nations 1982 voit la victoire de l'Irlande qui manque de peu le grand chelem, victime du baroud d'honneur des Français. Ces derniers réalisent l'un de leurs plus mauvais tournois de l'après-guerre et évitent de très peu la cuillère de bois. (fr)
  • Die Ausgabe 1982 des jährlich stattfindenden Rugby-Union-Turniers Five Nations (seit 2000 Six Nations) fand an sechs Spieltagen zwischen dem 16. Januar und dem 20. März statt. Turniersieger wurde Irland, das mit Siegen gegen alle britische Mannschaften die Triple Crown schaffte. (de)
  • Il torneo di rugby a 15 delle Cinque Nazioni del 1982 si disputò dal 16 gennaio al 20 marzo. Il torneo venne vinto dall'Irlanda. (it)
  • The 1982 Five Nations Championship was the fifty-third series of the rugby union Five Nations Championship. Including the previous incarnations as the Home Nations and Five Nations, this was the eighty-eighth series of the northern hemisphere rugby union championship. Ten matches were played between 16 January and 20 March. The winner of the championship was Ireland, with three wins and one defeat. It was the team's ninth title (excluding seven previous other titles which were shared). Ireland also won the Triple Crown, its fifth such honour, its first since 1949 and last one until 1985. The team's only defeat came on the final day of the competition, losing 22-9 to France in Paris, denying the Irish what would have been only their second ever Grand Slam. (en)
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  • Five Nations 1982 (de)
  • Tournoi des Cinq Nations 1982 (fr)
  • Cinque Nazioni 1982 (it)
  • 1982 Five Nations Championship (en)
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