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The Spain women's national rugby union team are a national sporting side of Spain, representing them at rugby union.

They played their first match on 2 May 1989, against France, losing 0-28. For a while they were the sixth team in the Women's Six Nations, but this was subsequently altered so that Italy replaced them, in order to mirror the men's tournament.

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History[edit]Edit

Currently there are over 200 clubs in Spain and a league similar to that of male rugby. The first steps were taken in 1913, when women played in secret in schools, but rugby first began to be played seriously at training camps at the School of Architecture of Madrid in the early 70s by a group of architecture students. They formed a group of about 20 girls who trained regularly twice per week and as they were the only ones who practiced, played sided games between themselves.

In the late seventies a group of female PE students taught by Jose Antonio Sancha, a professor of Rugby at Barcelona INEF, decided to train with the men's rugby and played the game seriously (though they were not recognised by the Catalan Federation rugby until 1983).

The first game was played in Barcelona between the BUC and INEF clubs and other clubs quickly formed in different parts of Spain but mainly in the early years only came from Barcelona and Madrid. In a few years female rugby spread to Madrid, the Basque Country and Valencia. In 1991 27 women's teams participating in regional competitions.

The national team first played in Cardiff (Wales) at the Rugby World Cup, where they won the fifth place behind the United States, England, France and New Zealand. In 1994, the Spanish team was unable to come to Scotland because of budgetary problems, however Spain remained one of the top teams in Europe. In 1995 Spain became the unexpected champions of the first European Championship by defeating rival France, in the final 21-6. The 1996 European brought a repeat of that final but this time the Spanish lost by 15-10.

In January 1997 a tour of England took place where Spain and were in the lead against the World Champions until 10 minutes from the end of the match. Only a last minute try by England gave them the win and in European (the first where all the British teams competed) played the final but Spain came 3rd. Spain qualified for the World Championships in Amsterdam and managed a creditable 7th place. Spain again reached the European final in 1999 against France, losing 13-5, after beating Wales (14-8) and Scotland (11-9).

The 2002 World Cup was held in Barcelona, New Zealand retaining its title in defeating (19-9) to England in the final at the Olympic Stadium Lluis Companys. France took the bronze after beating Canada (41-7), while Spain finished in 8th place after yielding to the United States (23-5).

Spain were also members of the Five and Six Nations from 2000 to 2006, finishing third on three occasions and winning 10 of the 33 games they played. However in 2007 they were replaced by Italy because the Six Nations Committee wished to align the women's tournament with the men's. This has severely reduced Spain's opportunities to play top level international rugby, and may have been a factor in Spain's failure to qualify for the 2010 World Cup. However, they were compensated a little in 2010 when they won the "double " of the European 15s and 7s titles without losing a game.

Results[edit]Edit

Summary[edit]Edit

(Full internationals only)

Rugby: Spain internationals 1989-
Opponent First game Played Won Drawn Lost Percentage
Australia 1998 1 0 0 1 0.00%
Belgium 2010 1 1 0 0 100.00%
Canada 1991 2 0 0 2 0.00%
England 1991 14 1 1 12 7.14%
Finland 2011 1 1 0 0 100.00%
France 1989 18 5 0 13 27.78%
Germany 1996 2 2 0 0 100.00%
Ireland 1997 9 5 0 4 55.55%
Italy 1991 11 9 0 2 81.82%
Japan 1991 2 2 0 0 100.00%
Kazakhstan 2006 1 1 0 0 100.00%
Netherlands 1996 5 5 0 0 100.00%
New Zealand 1998 1 0 0 1 0.00%
Russia 1997 2 2 0 0 100.00%
Samoa 2006 2 2 0 0 100.00%
Scotland 1997 16 5 0 11 31.25%
Sweden 2004 5 4 0 1 80.00%
United States 1998 2 0 0 2 0.00%
Wales 1998 9 6 1 2 66.67%
Summary 1989 104 51 2 51 49.04%

Squad[edit]Edit

Spain's 26-woman Elite Player Squad for 2013 Women's European Qualification Tournament:

  • Head Coach: Inés Etxegibel
  • Sport Manager: Alejandro Aguilera
  • Assistant Coach: Beatriz Muriel
  • Fitness Coach: Marta Castilla
  • Match Delegate: Olive Marcel
Forwards
Player Position Height/Weight Age Caps Club
[1] Aroa González Hooker 1.60 m / 69 kg 33 53 INEF Barcelona
[2] Rocío García Prop 1.81 m / 93 kg 32 51 CRAT A Coruña
[3] Saioa Jaurena Prop 1.62 m / 70 kg 23 0 Bizkarians RE
[4] Isabel Rico Prop 1.61 m / 69 kg 25 4 O.Pozuelo
[5] Mª Carmen Sequedo Prop 1.64 m / 72 kg 32 26 Gòtics RC
[6] Lourdes Alameda Lock 1.75 m / 73 kg 21 0 XV Sanse Scrum
[7] Lía Bailán Lock 1.72 m / 71 kg 35 31 CR Cisneros
[8] María Ribera Lock 1.75 m / 74 kg 26 9 INEF Barcelona
[9] María Casado Flanker 1.65 m / 64 kg 27 1 CR Majadahonda
[10] Alexandra Castillón Flanker 1.64 m / 68 kg 22 3 INEF Barcelona
[11] Clara Costa Flanker 1.73 m / 68 kg 27 11 INEF Barcelona
[12] Ángela Del Pan Flanker 1.73 m / 68 kg 27 16 INEF Barcelona
[13] Paula Medín Flanker 1.71 m / 65 kg 28 16 CRAT A Coruña
[14]

[15] Ana Mª Aigneren

Number 8 1.71 m / 88 kg 35 25 O.Pozuelo
[16] Elena Redondo Number 8 1.74 m / 84 kg 22 2 O.Pozuelo
Backs
Player Position Height/Weight Age Caps Club
[17] Marta Cabané Scrumhalf 1.62 m / 59 kg 27 2 GEiEG
[18] Bárbara Plà Scrumhalf 1.61 m / 62 kg 29 36 Bizkarians RE
[19] Helena Roca Flyhalf 1.70 m / 68 kg 36 37 CRAT A Coruña
[20]

[21] Irene Schiavon

Flyhalf 1.71 m / 69 kg 25 4 O.Pozuelo
[22] Laura Esbrí Centre 1.71 m / 64 kg 27 5 INEF Barcelona
[23] Patricia García Centre 1.62 m / 63 kg 23 11 O.Pozuelo
[24] Ana Vanessa Rial Centre 1.72 m / 67 kg 29 12 CRAT A Coruña
[25] Berta García Wing 1.73 m / 71 kg 29 26 CRAT A Coruña
[26] Elisabeth Martínez Wing 1.65 m / 70 kg 24 7 GEiEG
[27] Marina Bravo Fullback 1.73 m / 68 kg 23 16 CR Cisneros
[28] Júlia Plà Fullback 1.55 m / 54 kg 27 22 GEiEG

Squad for 2012 Women's European Trophy:

Forwards
Player Position Height Weight Club
Aroa González Hooker 1.60 m 69 kg INEF Barcelona
Rocio García Prop 1.81 m 93 kg CRAT A Coruña
Nerea Otxoa Prop 1.72 m 76 kg Gaztedi RT
María Ribera Prop 1.75 m 78 kg INEF Barcelona
Eva Rincón Prop 1.64 m 84 kg Getxo RT
Mª Carmen Sequedo Prop 1.63 m 71 kg UE Santboiana
Lía Bailán Lock 1.72 m 72 kg CR Cisneros
Clara Costa Lock 1.73 m 68 kg INEF Barcelona
Aitziber Porras Lock 1.83 m 91 kg Gaztedi RT
Paula Medín Flanker 1.70 m 65 kg CRAT A Coruña
Amets Castrejana Flanker 1.73 m 69 kg Mungia RT
Agurtzane Orbegozo Flanker 1.67 m 70 kg Aviron Bayonnais
Ana Mª Aigneren Number 8 1.72 m 86 kg O. Pozuelo
Ángela Del Pan Number 8 1.74 m 66 kg INEF Barcelona
Rosanna Estanyol Number 8 1.66 m 62 kg Getxo RT
Backs
Player Position Height Weight Club
Isabel Rodríguez Scrumhalf 1.55 m 60 kg Getxo RT
Marina Bravo Flyhalf 1.71 m 65 kg CR Majadahonda
Isabel Dolera Centre 1.60 m 59 kg UE Santboiana
Patricia García Centre 1.65 m 64 kg O. Pozuelo
Bárbara Plà Centre 1.62 m 60 kg INEF Barcelona
Ana Vanessa Rial Centre 1.70 m 68 kg CRAT A Coruña
Berta García Wing 1.73 m 71 kg CRAT A Coruña
Júlia Plà Wing 1.55 m 54 kg GEiEG
Marta Lliteras Wing 1.63 m 61 kg CR Majadahonda
Marta Pucurull Fullback 1.68 m 64 kg INEF Barcelona

Squad for 2011 Women's European Trophy:

Forwards
Player Position Height/Weight Age Caps Club
[29] Aroa González Hooker 1.60 m / 69 kg 32 43 INEF Barcelona
[30] Meritxell Carreras Prop 1.75 m / 85 kg 31 1 USAT XV
[31] Rocío García Prop 1.81 m / 93 kg 30 40 CRAT A Coruña
[32] Nerea Otxoa Prop 1.72 m / 76 kg 34 41 Gaztedi RT
[33] María Ribera Prop 1.75 m / 79 kg 25 5 INEF Barcelona
[34] Mª Carmen Sequedo Prop 1.63 m / 70 kg 31 19 UE Santboiana
[35] Lía Bailán Lock 1.72 m / 71 kg 34 19 CR Cisneros
[36] Aitziber Porras Lock 1.83 m / 92 kg 33 35 Gaztedi RT
[37] Clara Costa Flanker 1.73 m / 68 kg 25 7 INEF Barcelona
[38] Ángela Del Pan Flanker 1.73 m / 66 kg 26 11 INEF Barcelona
[39] Paula Medín Flanker 1.70 m / 65 kg 27 11 CRAT A Coruña
[40] Agurtzane Obregozo Flanker 1.67 m / 70 kg 32 25 Aviron Bayonnais
[41] Amets Castrejana Number 8 1.73 m / 78 kg 28 2 Uribealdea RT
[42] Sara De La Llama Number 8 1.70 m / 72 kg 30 9 Getxo RT
Backs
Player Position Height/Weight Age Caps Club
[43] Ana Crespo Scrumhalf 1.60 m / 58 kg 27 0 O.Pozuelo
[44] Isabel Rodríguez Scrumhalf 1.55 m / 60 kg 36 49 Getxo RT
[45] Marina Bravo Flyhalf 1.71 m / 65 kg 22 9 CR Majadahonda
[46] Laura Esbrí Centre 1.72 m / 64 kg 23 1 INEF Barcelona
[47] Patricia García Centre 1.65 m / 65 kg 22 5 Stade Bordelaise
[48] Bárbara Plà Centre 1.61 m / 62 kg 27 27 Getxo RT
[49] Ana Vanessa Rial Centre 1.70 m / 68 kg 28 6 CRAT A Coruña
[50] Berta García Wing 1.73 m / 71 kg 28 20 CRAT A Coruña
[51] Marta Lliteras Wing 1.73 m / 62 kg 26 4 CR Majadahonda
[52] Elisabeth Martínez Wing 1.65 m / 72 kg 23 2 GEiEG
[53] Júlia Plà Fullback 1.55 m / 55 kg 25 13 GEiEG
[54] Isis Velasco Fullback 1.68 m / 64 kg 23 1 CR Majadahonda

Most caps[edit]Edit

# Player Position Span Matches
1. Inés Etxegibel Fly-half 1997–2007 64
2. Aroa González Hooker 2002–2013 56
2. Isabel Rodríguez Scrum-half 2001–2012 56
4. Rocio García Prop 2003–2013 54
5. Pilar López Lock 1996–2006 49
5. Nerea Otxoa Prop 2003–2013 49

Full internationals[edit]Edit

See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering

[32]
1989-05-02 Spain  0-28  France Boe [1/16/1]
[50]
1991-04-06 (WC) England  12-0  Spain Swansea [8/2/1]
[58]
1991-04-10 (WC) Italy  7-13  Spain Glamorgan Wanderers [9/3/1]
[61]
1991-04-11 (WC) Japan  0-30  Spain Cardiff [3/4/1]
[66]
1991-04-12 (WC) Netherlands  0-30  Spain Cardiff [26/5/1]
[67]
1991-04-11 (WC) Canada  19-4  Spain Cardiff [8/6/1]
[64]
1992-06-13 France  14-10  Spain Bon Encontre [22/7/2]
[118]
1995-04-12 (FIRA) Italy  0-5  Spain Trévise [11/8/2]
[120]
1995-04-16 (FIRA) France  6-22  Spain Trévise [32/9/3]
[132]
1996-04-09 (FIRA) Spain  29-0  Netherlands Madrid [10/28/2]
[134]
1996-04-10 (FIRA) Spain  53-0  Germany Madrid [11/9/1]
[138]
1996-04-14 (FIRA) Spain  10-15  France Madrid [12/35/4]
[148]
1997-01-05 England  17-15  Spain Leeds [29/13/2]
[158]
1997-04-02 (FIRA) Spain  27-0  Ireland NiceFrance [14/15/1]
[161]
1997-04-04 (FIRA) Scotland  11-10  Spain NiceFrance [22/15/1]
[166]
1997-04-06 (FIRA) France  8-25  Spain NiceFrance [42/16/5]
[179]
1997 Spain  17-12  Russia ? [17/8/1]
[192]
1998-05-02 (WC) Spain  28-18  Wales Amsterdam [18/32/1]
[200]
1998-05-05 (WC) Spain  16-38  United States Amsterdam [19/26/1]
[209]
1998-05-09 (WC) New Zealand  46-3  Spain Amsterdam [18/20/1]
[216]
1998-05-12 (WC) Australia  17-15  Spain Amsterdam [9/21/1]
[227]
1998-05-16 (WC) France  9-22  Spain Amsterdam [49/22/6]
[231]
1998-12-05 Spain  3-5  Scotland Madrid [23/34/2]
[246]
1999-04-19 (FIRA) Spain  14-8  Wales BellunoItaly [24/41/2]
[251]
1999-04-21 (FIRA) Spain  11-9  Scotland BellunoItaly [25/40/3]
[255]
1999-04-24 (FIRA) France  13-5  Spain BellunoItaly [56/26/7]
[260]
2000-01-09 Spain  10-42  England Barcelona [27/55/3]
[262]
2000-02-06 (5N) England  31-7  Spain Banbury [56/28/4]
[264]
2000-02-18 (5N) Spain  13-9  Scotland Murcia [29/42/4]
[268]
2000-03-18 (5N) France  38-5  Spain Dax [60/30/8]
[271]
2000-04-01 (5N) Spain  18-10  Wales MajadahondaMadrid [31/48/3]
[275]
2000-05-08 (FIRA) Spain  58-16  Italy RoquetasSpain [32/27/3]
[280]
2000-05-10 (FIRA) Spain  13-10  Scotland AlmeriaSpain [33/47/5]
[284]
2000-05-13 (FIRA) Spain  0-31  France AlmeriaSpain [34/63/9]
[300]
2001-02-0? Spain  42-0  Ireland Madrid [34/35/2]
[302]
2001-02-18 (5N) England  28–12  Spain Worcester [67/36/5]
[304]
2001-03-03 (5N) Spain  6–0  France Madrid [37/65/10]
[307]
2001-03-18 (5N) Scotland  19-8  Spain Melrose [52/38/6]
[309]
2001-04-08 (5N) Wales  0–5  Spain Wrexham [55/39/4]
[311]
2001-05-06 (FIRA) Spain  34-3  Italy Lille UCFrance [40/31/4]
[322]
2001-05-10 (FIRA) England  8-15  Spain LilleFrance [72/41/6]
[329]
2001-05-12 (FIRA) Spain  3-15  Scotland LilleFrance [42/55/7]
[343]
2002-02-02 (6N) France  24–0  Spain Bègles [71/43/11]
[347]
2002-02-16 (6N) Spain  14–17  Scotland Barcelona [44/59/8]
[350]
2002-03-02 (6N) Spain  20–0  Wales Madrid [45/62/5]
[358]
2002-03-25 (6N) Ireland  6–8  Spain Limerick [43/46/3]
[360]
2002-04-07 (6N) Spain  14–53  England Madrid [47/82/7]
[367]
2002-05-13 (WC) Spain  62-0  Japan Barcelona [48/12/1]
[375]
2002-05-18 (WC) Spain  5-13  England Barcelona [49/83/8]
[383]
2002-05-21 (WC) Spain  16-23  Scotland Barcelona [50/65/9]
[390]
2002-05-25 (WC) Spain  5-23  United States Barcelona [51/44/2]
[397]
2003-02-15 (6N) Wales  44–0  Spain Cardiff Arms Park [73/52/6]
[401]
2003-02-2? (6N) Spain  0–16  Ireland Madrid [53/50/4]
[403]
2003-03-09 (6N) England  69–0  Spain Harlequins RFC [88/54/9]
[406]
2003-03-22 (6N) Spain  7–27  France Girona [55/83/12]
[410]
2003-03-29 (6N) Scotland  48–7  Spain Meadowbank [72/56/10]
[412]
2003-05-01 (FIRA) Italy  5-29  Spain MalmöSweden [40/57/5]
[414]
2003-05-03 (FIRA) France  10-16  Spain MalmöSweden [86/58/13]
[429]
2004-02-15 (6N) Spain  3-71  England Pinares de Venecia, Zaragoza [59/94/10]
[433]
2004-02-21 (6N) France  24-0  Spain Perpignan [88/60/14]
[435]
2004-03-06 (6N) Spain  6-5  Scotland Lalin, Pontevedra [61/76/11]
[438]
2004-03-20 (6N) Ireland  7-8  Spain Thomond Park, Limerick [57/62/5]
[441]
2004-03-27 (6N) Wales  7-12  Spain Arms Park, Cardiff [82/63/7]
[443]
2004-05-01 (FIRA) France  24-5  Spain CastresFrance [92/64/15]
[452]
2004-05-05 (FIRA) Spain  31-5  Sweden ToulouseFrance [65/35/1]
[456]
2004-05-08 (FIRA) Ireland  20-12  Spain ToulouseFrance [61/66/6]
[477]
2005-02-05 (6N) Spain  19-17  Ireland Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid [67/63/7]
[478]
2005-02-12 (6N) Spain  10-10  Wales O CoutoOurense [68/89/8]
[482]
2005-02-26 (6N) Scotland  19-3  Spain AnnieslandGlasgow [85/69/12]
[485]
2005-03-12 (6N) England  76-0  Spain Imber Court, London [109/70/10]
[489]
2005-03-19 (6N) Spain  0-39  France San Boï de Llobregat, Barcelona [71/99/16]
[521]
2006-02-04 (6N) Ireland  25-10  Spain Donnybrook, Dublin [69/72/8]
[525]
2006-02-11 (6N) Spain  3-86  England Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid [73/116/12]
[529]
2006-02-25 (6N) France  38-0  Spain Saint Jean De Luz, Biarritz [104/74/17]
[530]
2006-03-10 (6N) Wales  10-0  Spain Sardis Rd, Pontypridd [98/75/9]
[535]
2006-03-18 (6N) Spain  12-16  Scotland Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid [76/95/13]
[560]
2006-08-31 (WC) Spain  0-24  Scotland St. Albert Rugby ParkSt. Albert [77/96/14]
[567]
2006-09-04 (WC) Canada  79-0  Spain St. Albert Rugby ParkSt. Albert [57/78/1]
[572]
2006-09-08 (WC) Spain  14-12  Samoa St. Albert Rugby ParkSt. Albert [79/11/1]
[582]
2006-09-12 (WC) Spain  17-12  Kazakhstan Ellerslie Rugby ParkEdmonton [80/1/36]
[584]
2006-09-16 (WC) Samoa  5-10  Spain Ellerslie Rugby ParkEdmonton [13/81/2]
[627]
2007-04-28 (FIRA) Spain  15-6  Italy Ciudad Universitaria, MadridSpain [82/58/6]
[631]
2007-04-30 (FIRA) Spain  54-3  Russia Ciudad Universitaria, MadridSpain [83/23/2]
[635]
2007-05-02 (FIRA) Spain  22-22  England Ciudad Universitaria, MadridSpain [84/132/13]
[640]
2007-05-05 (FIRA) Spain  37-0  Netherlands Ciudad Universitaria, MadridSpain [85/80/3]
[684]
2008-05-17 (FIRA) Ireland  41-7  Spain Amsterdam [90/86/9]
[689]
2008-05-20 (FIRA) Sweden  0-20  Spain DrachtenNetherlands [48/87/2]
[701]
2008-05-24 (FIRA) Scotland  27-25  Spain Amsterdam [114/88/15]
[741]
2009-05-17 (FIRA) Germany  0-74  Spain StockholmSweden [56/89/2]
[747]
2009-05-20 (FIRA) Sweden  11-6  Spain Enköping [53/90/3]
[751]
2009-05-23 (FIRA) Italy  7-12  Spain StockholmSweden [77/91/6]
[807]
2010-05-08 (FIRA) Netherlands  12-26  Spain Longwy [96/92/4]
[813]
2010-05-12 (FIRA) Belgium  0-66  Spain Metz [25/93/1]
[824]
2010-05-15 (FIRA) Italy  13-31  Spain Stade de la MeinauStrasbourg [85/94/8]
[866]
2011-01-03 Spain  28-13  Scotland Madrid [95/136/16]
[885]
2011-04-30 (FIRA) Spain  119-0  Finland University of A Coruña [96/9/1]
[886]
2011-05-04 (FIRA) Spain  18-3  Sweden University of A Coruña [97/72/4]
[941]
2012-05-13 (FIRA) England  61-0  Spain RoveretoItaly [187/98/14]
[944]
2012-05-16 (FIRA) France  60-3  Spain RoveretoItaly [164/99/18]
[946]
2012-05-19 (FIRA) Italy  54-3  Spain RoveretoItaly [101/100/9]
[965]
2012-12-03 Italy  29-12  Spain Centro di Preparazione Olimpica

Roma

[102/101/10]
[986]
2013-04-20 (WCQ) Spain  55-0  Sweden Ciudad Universitaria, MadridSpain [102/75/5]
[987]
2013-04-23 (WCQ) Spain  78-0  Netherlands Ciudad Universitaria, MadridSpain [103/109/5]
[994]
2013-04-23 (WCQ) Spain  38-7  Italy Ciudad Universitaria, MadridSpain [104/110/11]

Other internationals[edit]Edit

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2002-01-19 Spain  5-10  England A Cornella [-/-/-]
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2003-02-01 Spain  0-34  England A Cornella [-/-/-]
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2004-01-31 England A  35-5  Spain Imber Court [-/-/-]
[-]
2006-??-?? Basque Country  5-54  Spain [-/-/-]
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2008-02-09 Spain  5-22  England A Madrid [-/-/-]
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2009-02-07 England A  29-0  Spain London Welsh [-/-/-]
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2010-02-14 Spain  5-10  England A Gijón [-/-/-]
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2010-05-10 (FIRA) France A  5-22  Spain Verdun [-/-/-]
[-]
2011-03-19 England A  34-7  Spain Guildford [-/-/-]
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2011-05-02 (FIRA) Spain  12-11  France A University of A Coruña [-/-/-]
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2011-05-07 (FIRA) Spain  3-5  England A University of A Coruña [-/-/-]
[-]
2013-01-05 Wales XV  7-0[1]  Spain National Centre of Excellence, Cardiff [-/-/-]
[-]
2013-01-20 Ireland XV  39-7  Spain Ashbourne [-/-/-]
[-]
2013-02-23 Spain  29-19 [55] Nomads Las MestasGijón [-/-/-]
[-]
2014-03-09 Spain  - ' Valladolid [-/-/-]

Summary[edit]Edit

(Games against national teams)

Rugby: Catalonia games against national XVs 1990-
Opponent First game Played Won Drawn Lost Percentage
Basque Country 1995 2 1 0 1 50.00%
Germany 1995 1 1 0 0 100.00%
Italy 2000 1 0 0 1 0.00%
Netherlands 2009 1 0 0 1 0.00%
Wales 1990 1 1 0 0 100.00%
Summary 1995- 6 3 0 3 50.00%

Other matches[edit]Edit

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1990-10-21 Catalonia  4-0  Wales Barcelona [-/-/-]
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1995-05-06 Germany  3-75  Catalonia Rottweil [-/-/-]
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2000-03-31 Catalonia  21-50  Italy AubagneFrance [-/-/-]
[-]
2009-04-21 Netherlands  24-10  Catalonia RC Waterland [-/-/-]
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2010-03-14 Catalonia  12-17  Basque Country Lleida [-/-/-]
[-]
2010-12-05 Basque Country  15-22  Catalonia Durango, Biscay [-/-/-]
[-]
2012-02-05 Portugal  16-7  Galicia Estádio Universitário de Lisboa [-/
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