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Women's rugby union has a history going back to the late 19th century but it was not until 1982 that the first international fixture (or "Test Match") took place. The match was organised in connection with the Dutch Rugby Union's 50th anniversary. As part of the celebrations on June 13, 1982 the French national women's team was invited to Utrecht to play the Dutch, France winning 4-0[1] in a game that has since been recognised as the first ever women's international[2] rugby unionmatch.

Official recognition of women's internationals was not immediate. Almost all women's rugby was originally organised outside of the control of either national unions or the IRB. Partly as a result no internationally agreed list of rugby internationals exists. However, even in the male game, the IRB does not decide which matches are "full internationals" (or "test matches"), leaving such decisions up to participating unions.

As a result one country may classify a match as a full international (and award full test caps) while the opposition may not - countries may even award caps for games against an opposition that is not a national team (World XVs, for example).[3]

International rugby initially grew slowly.[4] Sweden joined France and the Netherlands in 1984, followed by Italy in 1985, but it was not until 1987 that the first international took place outside Europe. However, since 2003 the game has expanded rapidly and now over 50 nations have played at least one "test match".

Over 1000 internationals have now been played. Traditional centres of rugby New Zealand, England and France have been the most successful nations, but they have been joined by a number of "non-traditional" nations who have been almost as successful - such as the USA and Kazakhstan. Unlike men's rugby, there is no official ranking of women's teams - generally the IRB refer to the placings in the preceding World Cup. However FIRA compile an annual ranking of European teams and rugby statistician Serge Piquet has produced a currently unofficial, but generally accepted, world ranking list. Another ranking list appears on The Roon Ba website [6]

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 [hide*1 International women's matches

International women's matches[edit]Edit

Definition of an "international":

Individual unions compile their own international records. As a result the list below will conflict with some of these "official" records (much in the same way as they will conflict with each other) as unions:

  • may not include some games in their official records because they fielded a below strength team in a tournament for full international XVs, or
  • may include games which are not listed below because they fielded a full strength team in a friendly against an unofficial or "A" team.

For consistency this list has used the following criteria when defining what is or is not an international:

  • Tournament games between national representative XVs from tournaments for full international teams, regardless of an individual union's selection policy;
  • "Friendly" fixtures which it appears were generally promoted prior to the game as being between full strength national XVs. In case of doubt the opinion of the home union - i.e. the promoter of the game - has carried the most weight.
  • Fixtures between official national selections and supra-national teams (such as "World XVs").

Full internationals and tournaments[edit]Edit

Each match below is prefixed by a unique running number, has a three number suffix indicating how many games each team had played up to this point, and how many games had been played between the two sides. For example:

[74]
1993-12-19 Scotland  0-23  Wales Burnbrae, Glasgow [2/13/1]

indicates that this was not only the 74th women's international, it was the second played by Scotland, the 13th played by Wales, and the first between the two sides.

list of games involving advertised "A" teams and other games of doubtful international status is also appended after the main list.

1982[edit]Edit

Tournaments

  • None

Other matches

[[5]]
1982-06-13 Netherlands  0-4  France Utrecht [1/1/1]

1983[edit]Edit

Tournaments

  • None

Other matches

[2]
1983-06-05 France  10-0  Netherlands La Teste [2/2/2]

1984[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

None

Other matches[edit]Edit

[3]
1984-05-27 Netherlands  0-3  France Hilversum [3/3/3]
[4]
1984-10-21 Sweden  0-34  Netherlands Malmö [1/4/1]

1985[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

None

Other matches[edit]Edit

[5]
1985-06-02 France  20-0  Netherlands Bourg en Bresse [4/5/4]
[6]
1985-06-22 Italy  0-0  France Riccione [1/5/1]
[7]
1985-10-19 Netherlands  19-0  Sweden Nijmegen [6/2/2]

1986[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

None

Other matches[edit]Edit

[8]
1986-04-19 Great Britain  8-14  France Richmond[6] [1/6/1]
[9]
1986-05-01 Netherlands  10-0  France Enschede [7/7/5]
[10]
1986-05-18 France  12-0  Italy Bardos [8/2/2]
[11]
1986-10-17 Netherlands  11-6  Sweden Akersloot [8/3/3]
[12]
1986-12-31 Belgium  0-32  Sweden Brussels [1/4/1]

1987[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

None

Other matches[edit]Edit

[13]
1987-04-05 Wales  4-22  England Pontypool Park [1/1/1[7]]
[14]
1987-05-02 France  28-6  Great Britain Chalon-sur-Saône [9/2/2]
[15]
1987-05-17 Italy  4-16  France Rome [3/10/3]
[16]
1987-05-31 France  22-3  Netherlands Chalon-sur-Saône [11/9/6]
[17]
1987-11-14 Canada  3-22  United States Victoria, British Columbia[8] [1/1/1]
[18]
1987-11-22 Great Britain  16-0  Netherlands Richmond [3/10/1]

1988[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[20-25] (1988-05-21 to 1988-05-23) European Cup at Bourg en BresseFrance

Other matches[edit]Edit

[19]
1988-04-24 Wales  6-36  England Newport RFC [2/2/2]
[26]
1988-08-08 United States  26-10  Canada Saranac Lake [2/2/2]
[27]
1988-10-15 England  40-0  Sweden Waterloo [3/5/1]
[28]
1988-11-27 Belgium  0-66  France Brussels [2/15/1]
[29]
1988-11-27 Netherlands  3-0  Wales Utrecht [14/3/1]

1989[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

None

Other matches[edit]Edit

[30]
1989-02-12 England  38-4  Wales Moseley RFC [4/4/3]
[31]
1989-03-04 Great Britain  13-0  France Rosslyn Park [7/16/4]
[32]
1989-05-02 Spain  0-28  France Boe [1/17/1]
[33]
1989-09-03 Canada  3-28  United States Edmonton [3/3/3]
[34]
1989-10-14 Germany  0-8  Sweden Berlin [1/6/1]

1990[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[38-44] (1990-08-28 to 1990-09-01) RugbyFest 1990 at ChristchurchNew Zealand

Other matches[edit]Edit

[35]
1990-02-11 Wales  12-18  England Neath RFC [5/5/4[9]]
[36]
1990-03-18 Great Britain  32-0  Italy Moseley [8/7/2[10]]
[37]
1990-04-14 Netherlands  0-10  France ? [15/18/8]
[45]
1990-10-21 Netherlands  0-26  England Utrecht [19/6/1]

1991[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[47-68] (1991-04-04 to 1991-09-15) World Cup at Cardiff

Other matches[edit]Edit

[46]
1991-03-24 England  24-13  Wales Waterloo [7/6/5]
[69]
1991-11-09 Sweden  20-6  Germany Trelleborg [10/2/2]

1992[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

None

Other matches[edit]Edit

[70]
1992-02-09 Wales  10-14  England National Stadium

Cardiff

[10/12/6]
[71]
1992-06-13 France  14-10  Spain Bon Encontre [22/7/2]
[72]
1992-09-13 United States  13-12  Canada Blaine, Minnesota [11/9/4]
[73]
1992-10-17 Germany  0-39  Netherlands Hanover [3/24/1]
[74]
1992-11-15 France  24-0  Netherlands Fécamp [23/25/9]

1993[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[79-84] (1993-06-08 to 1993-06-12) Canada Cup at Fletcher's FieldsToronto

Other matches[edit]Edit

[75]
1993-02-14 Scotland  10-0  Ireland Raeburn PlaceEdinburgh[11] [1/1/1]
[76]
1993-03-13 Italy  8-5  Netherlands Stadio ComunaleRho [12/26/2]
[77]
1993-03-14 England  23-5  Wales Northampton RFC [13/11/7]
[78]
1993-04-04 Italy  0-24  France Rovigo [12/24/5]
[85]
1993-10-10 Netherlands  53-0  Germany Delft [26/4/2]
[86]
1993-10-31 Germany  11-10  Kazakhstan Hanover [5/1/1]
[87]
1993-12-19 Scotland  0-23  Wales BurnbraeGlasgow [2/15/1]

1994[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[91-116] (1994-04-11 to 1994-04-24) World Cup at Edinburgh, Scotland

Other matches[edit]Edit

[88]
1994-02-13 Ireland  0-5  Scotland RavenhillBelfast [2/3/2]
[89]
1994-02-13 Wales  10-11  England Bridgend [16/17/9]
[90]
1994-02-18 England  32-8  France Wolverhampton [18/25/2]
[117]
1994-04-24 Scotland  60-0  Sweden Meggetland [9/15/1]
[118]
1994-09-02 Australia  0-37  New Zealand Sydney [1/8/1]
[119]
1994-11-19 Germany  12-0  Sweden Hamburg [6/16/3]
[120]
1994-11-28 Germany  3-15  Kazakhstan Hanover [7/7/2]
[121]
1994-12-18 Wales  0-5  Scotland The Brewery FieldBridgend [21/10/3]
[122]
1994-12-18 England  30-5  Netherlands Wasps RFC [24/25/2]

1995[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[126-129] (1995-04-12 to 1995-04-16) FIRA European Championship at TrevisoItaly

Other matches[edit]Edit

[123]
1995-02-12 England  25-0  Wales Sale RFC [24/22/10]
[124]
1995-02-18 Scotland  20-3  Ireland MyresideEdinburgh [11/7/4]
[125]
1995-03-05 Ireland  10-39  France Dublin [8/30/2]
[126]
1995-03-19[12] Wales  25-0  Ireland Cardiff []
[131]
1995-04-30 Scotland  10-12  Italy MeggetlandEdinburgh [12/15/1]
[132]
1995-05-14 Germany [13] 50-0  Portugal Heidelberg [8/1/1]
[133]
1995-07-22 New Zealand  64-0  Australia Auckland [9/2/2]
[134]
1995-09-23 Netherlands  5-3  Scotland Amsterdam [27/13/1]

1996[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[134-140] (1996-01-21 to 1996-03-03) Women's Home Nations Championship at Various

[141-147] (1996-04-08 to 1996-04-14) FIRA European Championship at MadridSpain

[150-155] (1996-09-08 to 1996-09-14) Canada Cup at EdmontonCanada

Other matches[edit]Edit

[137]
1996-02-18 France  6-15  England Villand Bonnot [33/27/4]
[148]
1996-08-24 Germany  3-53  Kazakhstan Hanover [12/8/3]
[149]
1996-08-31 Australia  5-28  New Zealand Sydney [3/10/3]
[156]
1996-11-30 Scotland  27-3  Netherlands Meggetland [17/34/2]

1997[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[158-164] (1997-01-12 to 1997-03-09) Women's Home Nations Championship at Various

[165-176] (1997-04-02 to 1997-04-06) FIRA European Championship at Nice, France

Other matches[edit]Edit

[157]
1997-01-05 England  17-15  Spain Leeds [30/13/2]
[162]
1997-02-23 England  15-17  France Northampton [33/39/5]
[177]
1997-07-06 Canada  12-21  United States Ajax, Ontario [21/23/7]
[182]
1997-08-02 Australia  24-28  United States Brisbane [4/24/1]
[183]
1997-08-05 Sweden  0-42  Scotland Stockholm [18/24/2]
[184]
1997-08-13 New Zealand  67-0  England Burnham [14/38/1]
[185]
1997-08-16 New Zealand  44-0  Australia Dunedin [15/5/4]
[186]
1997-08-31 Germany  0-84  England Hürth [16/39/1]
[187]
1997-10-26 Netherlands  31-7  Germany Amsterdam [34/17/5]
[188]
1997-11-09 Germany  6-32  Ireland Hamburg [18/18/2]
[178]
1997-??-?? Kazakhstan  5-7  Russia ? [9/5/2]
[179]
1997-??-?? Kazakhstan  0-15  Russia ? [10/6/3]
[180]
1997-??-?? Kazakhstan  12-35  Russia ? [11/7/4]
[181]
1997-??-?? Spain  17-12  Russia ? [17/8/1]

1998[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[190-196] (1998-02-15 to 1998-04-05) Women's Home Nations Championship at Various

[199-238] (1998-05-01 to 1998-05-16) World Cup at AmsterdamNetherlands

Other matches[edit]Edit

[189]
1998-02-01 France  5-13  England Villeneuve d'AscqLille [43/40/7]
[192]
1998-02-21 Scotland  19-3  France Raeburn PlaceEdinburgh [26/44/1]
[197]
1998-04-08 Japan  42-14  Hong Kong Kumagaya Rugby Stadium [9/1/1]
[198]
1998-04-12 Japan  39-0  Hong Kong Kumagaya Rugby Stadium [10/2/2]
[239]
1998-08-29 Australia  3-27  New Zealand Sydney [11/21/5]
[240]
1998-12-05 Spain  3-5  Scotland ? [23/34/2]

1999[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[241-251] (1999-03-05 to 1999-04-09) Women's Five Nations Championship at Various

[253-264] (1999-04-19 to 1999-04-24) FIRA European Championship at Belluno, Italy

[266-268] (1999-10-13 to 1999-10-19) Triangular '99 at Palmerston North, New Zealand

Other matches[edit]Edit

[250]
1999-04-09 Germany  12-19  Netherlands Hanover [24/44/7]
[252]
1999-04-11 Germany  6-34  Kazakhstan Hanover [25/17/4]
[265]
1999-08-08 United States  16-11  Canada Saranac Lake, NY [30/27/9]

2000[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[270-280] (2000-02-04 to 2000-04-01) Women's Five Nations Championship at Various

[281-295] (2000-05-06 to 2000-05-14) FIRA European Championship at Almeria, Spain

[299-304] (2000-09-23 to 2000-09-30) Canada Cup at Winnipeg

[305] (2000-12-15 to 2000-12-15) Asian World Cup qualifier at Aberdeen ParkHong Kong

Other matches[edit]Edit

[269]
2000-01-09 Spain  10-42  England Barcelona [27/56/3]
[274]
2000-02-20 Netherlands  54-7  Belgium Amsterdam [44/3/1]
[296]
2000-06-06 United States  10-17  Canada New York [33/30/11]
[297]
2000-08-12 Germany  5-30  Sweden Hanover [29/23/5]
[298]
2000-09-01 Samoa  10-12  Japan Apia Park [1/11/1]

2001[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[307-316] (2001-02-03 to 2001-03-17) Women's Five Nations Championship at Various

[320-337] (2001-05-06 to 2001-05-12) FIRA European Championship at Lille

Other matches[edit]Edit

[306]
2001-01-15 Wales  72-5  Netherlands Bridgend [52/52/2]
[309]
2001-02-09 Spain  42-0  Ireland Madrid [37/32/2]
[310]
2001-02-16 Ireland  0-53  France Dublin [35/65/5]
[319]
2001-04-08 Netherlands  105-0  Belgium Amsterdam [50/4/2]
[338]
2001-05-26 Australia  19-41  England T.G.Milner, EastwoodSydney [12/74/2]
[339]
2001-06-02 Australia  5-15  England Newcastle, NSW [13/75/3]
[340]
2001-06-09 New Zealand  15-10  England Rotorua [27/76/4]
[341]
2001-06-16 New Zealand  17-22  England North Harbour StadiumAlbanyNorth Shore City [28/77/5]
[342]
2001-07-07 Canada  23-3  United States Twin Elm ParkOttawa [34/37/13]
[343]
2001-08-05 United States  22-21  Canada Saranac LakeNew York [38/35/14]
[344]
2001-10-18 Wales  7-21  Canada Glamorgan Wanderers [60/36/4]
[345]
2001-10-21 Wales  11-12  Canada Caerphilly [61/37/5]
[346]
2001-10-24 Netherlands  0-15  Ireland Amsterdam [53/39/3]
[347]
2001-10-28 Wales  13-13  Canada Ebbw Vale [62/38/6]
[348]
2001-11-11 Scotland  13-3  Sweden Edinburgh [56/27/3]
[349]
2001-11-18 Wales  17-20  United States Ebbw Vale [63/39/3]
[350]
2001-11-24 Scotland  22-3  United States Inverleith [57/40/2]

2002[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[351-369] (2002-02-02 to 2002-04-07) Women's Six Nations Championship at Various

[360-364] (2002-03-20 to 2002-03-23) FIRA ENC XV-a-side Tournament at TrevisoItaly

[370-401] (2002-05-11 to 2002-05-26) World Cup at BarcelonaSpain

Other matches[edit]Edit

[402]
2002-11-24 Scotland  34-3  Sweden MurrayfieldEdinburgh[14] [67/30/4]

2003[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[403-417] (2003-02-15 to 2003-03-29) Women's Six Nations Championship at Various

[418-425] (2003-05-01 to 2003-05-11) FIRA European Championship at MalmöSweden & AmsterdamNetherlands

[426-429] (2003-06-14 to 2003-06-28) Churchill Cup at Thunderbird StadiumVancouver

[433-434] (2003-12-03 to 2003-12-04) NAWIRA Caribbean Women’s 15-a-side Championship at Port of Spain

Other matches[edit]Edit

[430]
2003-07-06 Sweden  5-49  Scotland Linköping [34/73/5]
[431]
2003-10-04 New Zealand  37-0 World XV Eden ParkAuckland [33/2/2]
[432]
2003-10-11 New Zealand  38-18 World XV Whangarei [34/3/3]

2004[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[435-449] (2004-02-14 to 2004-03-27) Women's Six Nations Championship at Various

[450-467] (2004-05-01 to 2004-05-08) FIRA European Championship at ToulouseFrance

[471-475] (2004-06-08 to 2004-06-19) Churchill Cup at VancouverCalgary, and Edmonton

Other matches[edit]Edit

[468]
2004-05-29 South Africa  5-8  Wales Adcock StadiumPort Elizabeth [1/86/1]
[469]
2004-06-05 Austria  5-5  Czech Republic Hohe WarteVienna [1/1/1]
[470]
2004-06-05 South Africa  15-16  Wales Loftus VersfeldPretoria [2/87/2]
[476]
2004-06-19 Jamaica  15-3  Cayman Islands Montego Bay [3/1/1]
[477]
2004-11-06 Netherlands  15-7  Japan Amsterdam [65/17/2]
[478]
2004-11-14 England  45-5  Canada Richmond [105/49/10]
[479]
2004-11-14 Ireland  55-0  Japan DonnybrookDublin [62/18/3]
[480]
2004-11-17 England  41-3  Canada Newbury [106/50/11]
[481]
2004-11-27 Scotland  6-12  United States MurrayfieldEdinburgh [82/49/3]

2005[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[482-497] (2005-02-03 to 2005-03-19) Women's Six Nations Championship at Various

[498-510] (2005-04-07 to 2005-05-23) FIRA European Championship at HamburgGermany and ZenicaBosnia

[511-514] (2005-06-03 to 2005-06-03) Asian World Cup Qualifiers at BangkokThailand

[515-518] (2005-06-29 to 2005-07-05) Canada Cup at Ottawa

Other matches[edit]Edit

[491]
2005-02-26 Rwanda  0-92  Uganda Kigali [1/1/1]
[502]
2005-04-30 Austria  5-5[15]  Czech Republic Hohe WarteVienna [2/2/2]
[503]
2005-04-30 Wales  9-24  South Africa Ebbw Vale RFC [93/3/3]
[504]
2005-05-14 England  101-0  South Africa Imber Court RFC [112/4/1]
[519]
2005-10-15 Samoa  0-53  England Ericsson StadiumAuckland [6/113/1]
[520]
2005-10-22 New Zealand  24-15  England Eden ParkAuckland [41/114/8]
[521]
2005-10-22 Italy  11-14  Wales Treviso [46/94/5]
[522]
2005-10-26 New Zealand  33-8  England Waikato StadiumHamilton [42/115/9]
[523]
2005-11-11 France  13-5  Canada Nantes [100/54/4]
[524]
2005-11-11 France  29-0  Canada Nanterre [101/55/5]
[525]
2005-12-10 Uganda  81-0  Rwanda Kampala [2/2/2]

2006[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[528-542] (2006-02-04 to 2006-03-18) Women's Six Nations Championship at Various

[543-545] (2006-04-14 to 2006-04-18) Pacific tri-nations at Teufaiva ParkNukuʻalofaTonga

[546-558] (2006-04-23 to 2006-04-30) FIRA ENC XV Championship at TrevisoItaly

[559, 565] (2006-06-09 to 2006-08-12) Elgon Cup at Kampala and Nairobi

[566-595] (2006-08-27 to 2006-09-18) World Cup at EdmontonCanada

[596-598] (2006-09-28 to 2006-09-30) NAWIRA Caribbean Women’s Championship at KingstonJamaica

[599-603] (2006-11-17 to 2006-11-19) ARFU Women's Rugby Championship at KunmingChina

Other matches[edit]Edit

[526]
2006-01-21 Scotland  6-13  United States NetherdaleGala [90/50/4]
[527]
2006-01-25 Ireland  5-23  United States Limerick [68/51/2]
[???]
2006-03-25 Belgium  15-7  Netherlands Brussels [??/??/?? [16]]
[555]
2006-04-29 Ireland  15-8  Canada Galway [74/56/2]
[559]
2006-05-06 Wales  16-11  Canada Glamorgan Wanderers [100/57/7]
[561]
2006-06-10 United States  25-10  Canada Boulder, Colorado [52/58/17]
[562]
2006-06-13 United States  18-20  Canada Boulder, Colorado [53/59/18]
[563]
2006-06-17 South Africa  35-0  Netherlands Port Elizabeth [5/76/1]
[564]
2006-06-24 South Africa  42-12  Netherlands Durban [6/77/2]
[601]
2006-11-18 Wales  31-7  Italy Glamorgan Wanderers [101/54/6]
[604]
2006-12-03 Wales  24-0  Netherlands Llanrumney [101/78/2]

2007[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[605-619] (2007-02-03 to 2007-03-16) Women's Six Nations Championship at Various

[621-648] (2007-04-11 to 2007-05-05) FIRA European Championship at Belgium and BarcelonaSpain

[655-658] (2007-11-02 to 2007-11-04) ARFU Women's Rugby Championship at KunmingChina

Other matches[edit]Edit

[620]
2007-04-01 Netherlands  62-5  Belgium Eindhoven [79/12/4]
[649]
2007-08-27 United States  5-18  Canada Blaine, Minnesota [59/65/19]
[650]
2007-08-29 United States  7-45  Canada Blaine, Minnesota [60/66/20]
[651]
2007-09-22 Zimbabwe  0-28  Zambia Harare [1/1/1[17]]
[652]
2007-10-16 New Zealand  21-10  Australia Cooks GardensWanganui [48/23/7]
[653]
2007-10-20 New Zealand  29-12  Australia Wellington [49/24/8]
[654]
2007-10-28 Germany  37-0  Luxembourg Heidelberg [49/5/1]
[659]
2007-11-04 Scotland  3-45  Canada Glasgow [106/67/4]
[660]
2007-11-09 Wales  3-25  Canada Cardiff [112/68/8]
[661]
2007-12-01 Belgium  7-19  Netherlands Ghent [16/84/5]
[662]
2007-12-15 England  34-0  United States London Irish [135/61/7]

2008[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[663-677] (2008-02-13 to 2008-03-16) Women's Six Nations Championship at Various

[680-685] (2008-05-03 to 2008-05-10) NAWIRA Caribbean Women's Championship at Georgetown, Guyana

[687-709] (2008-05-17 to 2008-05-25) FIRA European Championship at Amsterdam

[706, 718] (2008-05-24 to 2008-08-16) Elgon Cup at Kampala and Nairobi

[710-716] (2008-06-03 to 2008-06-08) ARFU Women's Rugby Championship at TaldykorganKazakhstan

[720-722] (2008-08-22 to 2008-08-26) Nations Cup at EsherEngland

Other matches[edit]Edit

[678]
2008-03-16 Germany  0-43  Netherlands Aachen [50/85/15]
[679]
2008-04-20 Netherlands  50-10  Germany Valkenswaard [86/51/16]
[686]
2008-05-10 Netherlands  10-0  Brazil Amsterdam [87/1/1]
[717]
2008-06-14 Jamaica  15-0  Cayman Islands Kingston, Jamaica [9/5/3]
[719]
2008-08-19 England  50-3  United States Esher [144/62/8]
[723]
2008-08-29 England  24-0  Canada Esher [147/71/14]
[724]
2008-10-14 Australia  3-37  New Zealand Viking ParkCanberra [25/50/9]
[725]
2008-10-18 Australia  16-22  New Zealand Viking ParkCanberra [26/51/10]
[726]
2008-11-02 Germany  12-5  Sweden Hanover [55/50/8]
[727]
2008-12-04 Singapore  10-10  Hong Kong St Andrew's School, Singapore [8/10/2]
[728]
2008-12-05 Singapore  0-5  Hong Kong Yio Chu Kang StadiumSingapore [9/11/3]

2009[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[730-744] (2009-02-07 to 2009-03-21) Women's Six Nations Championship at Various

[747-758] (2009-05-17 to 2009-05-23) FIRA European Trophy (World Cup Qualifier) at Stockholm and Enköping

[759-764] (2009-06-21 to 2009-06-27) NAWIRA Caribbean Women's Championship at Bridgetown, Barbados

[771, 778] (2009-08-02 to 2009-08-29) Elgon Cup at Kampala and Nairobi

[766] (2009-08-08 to 2009-08-08) Oceania World Cup Qualifier at Samoa

[772-777] (2009-08-10 to 2009-08-24) Nations Cup at OakvilleCanada

[781-785] (2009-11-03 to 2009-11-05) Asia World Cup Qualifier at Singapore

Other matches[edit]Edit

[729]
2009-01-10 Scotland  32-0  Sweden Meggetland [115/51/7]
[745]
2009-04-25 Sweden  0-24  Netherlands Norrköping [53/91/11]
[746]
2009-04-26 Sweden  3-7  Netherlands Norrköping [54/92/12]
[765]
2009-06-27 United States  17-25  Canada Infinity ParkGlendale, Colorado [65/72/22]
[779]
2009-10-03 Singapore  63-0  Malaysia Yio Chu Kang StadiumSingapore [10/1/1]
[780]
2009-10-10 Hong Kong  22-17  Singapore So Kan Poh StadiumHong Kong [12/11/4]
[782]
2009-10-24 Norway  5-22  Finland Oslo [17/8/2]
[786]
2009-11-14 England  3-16  New Zealand Esher [157/52/11]
[787]
2009-11-18 France  5-14  Canada Dijon [139/77/8]
[788]
2009-11-21 England  10-3  New Zealand Twickenham [158/53/12]
[789]
2009-11-21 France  22–0  Canada Stade de FranceSaint-Denis [140/78/9]
[790]
2009-11-28 Wales  56-7  Sweden St Helen'sSwansea [126/57/2]

2010[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[793-807] (2010-02-06 to 2010-03-20) Women's Six Nations Championship at Various

[810-821] (2019-05-08 to 2010-05-15) FIRA European Trophy at Alsace Lorraine

[828-829] (2010-07-03 to 2010-07-10) Elgon Cup at Kampala and Nairobi

[-] (2010-08-14 to 2010-08-20) NACRA Women's Championship at Nassau, Bahamas

[833] (2010-08-21 to 2010-08-21) Caribbean Women's Championship at Nassau, Bahamas

[835-865] (2010-08-20 to 2010-09-05) 2010 Women's Rugby World Cup at London

Other matches[edit]Edit

[791]
2010-01-12 United States  8-18  Canada Lakeland, Florida [71/79/24]
[792]
2010-01-16 United States  11-10  Canada Lakeland, Florida [72/80/25]
[808]
2010-04-02 Netherlands  19-0  Sweden Leiden [96/59/13]
[809]
2010-04-04 Netherlands  20-7  Sweden Amsterdam [97/60/14]
[810]
2010-04-08 Kazakhstan  17-22  South Africa Al AinDubai [44/16/2]
[811]
2010-04-10 Kazakhstan  0-38  South Africa Al AinDubai [45/17/3]
[812]
2010-04-18 Netherlands  83-0  Germany Maastricht [98/58/17]
[814]
2010-05-08 Uganda  10-10  Kenya Kampala [9/7/7]
[826]
2010-05-22 Japan  17-0  Hong Kong Prince Chichibu Memorial StadiumTokyo [27/15/5]
[814]
2010-05-22 Kenya  8-0  Uganda Nairobi [8/10/8]
[828]
2010-06-05 Scotland  8-27  South Africa Lasswade [129/18/1]
[829]
2010-06-12 Scotland  17-41  South Africa Lasswade [130/19/2]
[830]
2010-06-14 Canada  14-8  United States Shawnigan Lake School [81/72/26]
[831]
2010-06-18 Canada  34-22  United States Bear Mountain StadiumLangford [82/73/27]
[832]
2010-08-19 Bahamas  0-65 [1] Caribbean Select XV NassauBahamas [1/1/1]
[866]
2010-12-18 Malaysia  0-81  Hong Kong Royal Selangor ClubKuala Lumpur [2/16/1]

2011[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[868-882] (2011-02-04 to 2011-03-20) Women's Six Nations Championship at Various

[884-889] (2011-04-30 to 2011-05-07) FIRA European Trophy at A CoruñaSpain

[892,899] (2011-07-09 to 2011-07-16) Elgon Cup at Nairobi and Kampala

[893-898] (2011-07-09 to 2011-07-16) NACRA Women's Championship at Cayman Islands

[900-908] (2011-08-02 to 2011-08-13) Nations Cup at OakvilleCanada

[912-917] (2011-11-24 to 2011-11-26) Asian Championship (II Division) at Chao Anou Vong stadium, VientianeLaos

Other matches[edit]Edit

Main article: 2011 end of year women's rugby tests

[867]
2011-01-03 Spain  28-13  Scotland Madrid [95/136/16]
[883]
2011-04-29 Hong Kong  0-15  Japan Hong Kong [17/28/6]
[890]
2011-05-14 Kazakhstan  58-3  Uzbekistan Kazakh National University [51/4/2]
[891]
2011-05-21 Hong Kong  53-8  Singapore Hong Kong [18/14/6]
[908]
2011-09-04 Belgium  7-15   Switzerland Kituro Rugby ClubSchaerbeekBrussels[18] [27/1/1]
[909]
2011-10-29 France  37-0  Italy Stade des ArborasNice [156/91/12]
[910]
2011-11-05 France  16-15  England Stade Pierre-de-CoubertinChâteaurenard [157/178/28]
[911]
2011-11-06 Netherlands  10-33  Scotland Amsterdam [104/142/5]
[918]
2011-11-26 England  10-0  New Zealand TwickenhamLondon [179/59/14]
[919]
2011-11-29 England  21-7  New Zealand Esher [180/60/15]
[920]
2011-12-03 England  8-8  New Zealand Esher [181/61/16]

2012[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[921-935] (2012-02-03 to 2012-03-??) Women's Six Nations Championship at Various

[936-937] (2012-04-21 to 2012-04-28) Elgon Cup at Kampala and Nairobi

[938-948] (2012-05-03 to 2012-05-20) FIRA European Championship at EnkopingSweden and RoveretoItaly

[948-952] (2012-06-14 to 2012-06-16) Asian Championship (II Division) at ManilaPhilippines

[953-956] (2012-07-05 to 2012-07-07) Asian Four Nations at KunshanChina

Other matches[edit]Edit

Main article: 2012 end of year women's rugby union tests

[946]
2012-05-19 Japan  61-15  Hong Kong Chichibunomiya Rugby StadiumTokyo [29/19/7]
[957]
2012-10-06 Finland  5-15   Switzerland[19] Myllypuro Sports ParkHelsinki [14/2/1]
[958]
2012-11-03 England  23-13  France Esher [190/166/31]
[959]
2012-11-18 Italy  20-34  United States Centro Sportivo di

Roma

[101/83/1]
[960]
2012-11-21 France  13-0  United States Stade Marcel GarcinOrléans [167/84/4]
[961]
2012-11-23 England  16-13  New Zealand Esher [191/62/17]
[962]
2012-11-24 France  27-3  United States Stade de FranceParis [168/85/5]
[963]
2012-11-27 England  17-8  New Zealand Aldershot Military Stadium [192/63/18]
[964]
2012-12-01 England  32-23  New Zealand Twickenham [193/64/19]
[965]
2012-12-03 Italy  29-12  Spain Centro di Preparazione Olimpica

Roma

[102/101/10]
[966]
2012-12-12 Singapore  21-45  Hong Kong Yio Chu Kang Stadium [17/22/7]
[967]
2012-12-15 Singapore  17-44  Hong Kong Yio Chu Kang Stadium [18/23/8]

2013[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[968-982] (2013-02-02 to 2013-03-17) Women's Six Nations Championship at Various

[984-993] (2013-05-20 to 2013-05-27) FIRA World Cup Qualification Tournament at Madrid

[997-998] (2013-06-15 to 2013-06-22) Elgon Cup at Kampala and Nairobi

[1003-1010] (2013-07-30 to 2013-08-10) Nations Cup at Colorado

[1011-1014] (2013-09-04 to 2013-09-07) ARFU Women's Rugby Championship at Almaty

Other matches[edit]Edit

Main article: 2013 mid-year women's rugby union tests

[983]
2013-04-13 Switzerland   5-25  Belgium Centre de Sportif ColovrayNyon [3/28/2]
[990]
2013-04-27 Hong Kong  29-0  Singapore Hong Kong [23/18/9]
[994]
2013-06-07 United States  13-10  France Oxnard College [86/174/6]
[995]
2013-06-11 United States  25-27  France Oxnard College [87/175/7]
[996]
2013-06-14 United States  12-18  France StubHub Center Campus, Carson, California [88/176/8]
[999]
2013-06-29 Czech Republic  15-27   Switzerland Tatra Smichov Stadium, Prague [3/4/1]
[1000]
2013-07-13 New Zealand  29-10  England Eden ParkAuckland [65/199/20]
[1001]
2013-07-16 New Zealand  14-9  England Waikato StadiumHamilton [66/200/21]
[1002]
2013-07-20 New Zealand  29-8  England ECOlight StadiumPukekohe [67/201/22]
[1015]
2013-09-07 South Africa  63-3  Uganda East London, Eastern Cape [33/19/1]
[1016]
2013-10-19 Namibia  31-10  Botswana Windhoek, Namibia[20] [1/1/1]
[1017]
2013-11-02 France  27-19  Canada Pontarlier, France[21] [177/96/11]
[1018]
2013-11-05 France  6-11  Canada Amnéville, France [178/97/12]
[1019]
2013-11-09 England  40-20  France Twickenham StadiumLondon, England[22] [206/179/33]
[1020]
2013-11-13 England  32-3  Canada Twickenham StoopLondon, England[23] [207/98/20]
[1021]
2013-11-16 Switzerland   0-42  Czech Republic Nyon[24] [5/4/2]

2014[edit]Edit

Tournaments[edit]Edit

[1024-1038] (2014-02-01 to 2014-03-16) Women's Six Nations Championship at Various

[1039-104?] (2014-06-29 to 2014-11-02) 2014 Women's European Trophy at Various

[-] (2014-08-01 to 2014-08-17) 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup at Paris

Other matches[edit]Edit

[1033]
2014-03-08 Switzerland   '  Finland Unterägeri [6/15/2]
[1038]
2014-04-20 Spain  '  Wales ValladolidCastile and León [107/156/10]
[-]
2014-06-29 Spain  '  Ireland ValladolidCastile and León [108/127/10]
[-]
2014-07-15 Spain  ' ' ValladolidCastile and León [109/-/-]
[-]
2014-07-17 Spain  ' '
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