The Heineken European Cup's no more - long live the European Rugby Champions Cup!
The new tournament will be 20 strong with the top seven from the Pro 12 as well as the six best from the English Premiership and the French Top 14 and one other.
What was the Amlin is now the European Rugby Challenge Cup and there's also another tournament quaintly called the Qualifying Competition.
The Champions Cup will have a pool stage of five groups by four teams with the five winners and the best three runners up making it through to the quarter finals.
Telly wise Sky and BT will share the matches equally including the final which will be broadcast live by both channels.