The winner of the competition's top division is recognised as the rugby champion of Asia. The top division, sometimes referred to as the Tri Nations, includes the top three Asian teams each season. Division 1 includes the next four teams and Division 2 includes the next four. Division three is further divided geographically, with each of the West, East and South Central divisions including three teams. As of , Japan is the most successful team, securing 25 out of a possible 30 titles since Japan has won all Asia Rugby Championships from onwards.
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Founded in by eight charter nations, the Union today has 31 member unions in countries across Asia, stretching from Kazakhstan to Guam.
In arrear the scenes along with Korea next to the Asia Rugby Challenge
The first recorded instance of a team being established and rugby being played was in Japan in with the founding of the Yokohama Football Club. Records from illustrate British sailors also staging a match in Yokohama. The earliest trace of Rugby in India dates back to scratch matches played in Calcutta and Madras during the visit of H. Galatea in The teak goal posts used on the occasion of the 1st Calcutta match were afterwards used by the Calcutta Football Club CFC up to at least