England women's national rugby union team

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England
England national rugby union team (emblem).svg
Union Rugby Football Union
Emblem(s) Red Rose
Ground(s) Twickenham
Coach(es) Gary Street
Captain(s) Katy McLean
Team kit
Change kit
First international
 England 22-4 Wales 
(5 April 1987)
Largest win
 England 101–0 South Africa 
(14 May 2005)
Largest defeat
 New Zealand 67–0 England 
(13 August 1997)
World Cup
Appearances 7 (First in 1991)
Best result Champions, 1994, 2014

The England women's national rugby union team are a national sporting side of England, representing them at rugby union. The side first played in 1982.

History[edit]

(Source: RFUW)

Women’s Rugby was first played seriously in Great Britain in the late 1970s. Early teams were established through the student network and included Keele University, University College of London, Imperial College, York University and St Mary’s Hospital.

Until May 1994 Women’s’ Rugby was run by the Women’s Rugby Football Union (WRFU), formed in 1983. The WRFU was responsible for rugby in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. When the WRFU was formed there were 12 founder teams as members in the first year. These teams included: Leicester Polytechnic, Sheffield University, UCL, University of Keele, Warwick University, Imperial College, Leeds University, Magor Maidens, York University and Loughborough University.

In 1994 the Rugby Football Union for Women (RFUW) was formed in England with each of the Home Nations governing their own countries. The RFUW currently has over 410 Clubs: 170 Senior clubs, 80 student sides, 29 Under 18’s sides, 103 Under 16’s sides, and 40 Schools. These clubs are slotted into regions, these being: North West, North East, Yorkshire & Humber, East Midlands, West Midlands, Eastern Counties, London & South East North, South East South, South West (North) and South West (South) There are also 16 Partnership Officers developing girls rugby in their geographical regions.

Until 2009 the badge and logo of England women's national teams was significantly different from that worn by men's teams. However, in 2009 – in anticipation of the merger between the RFU and RFUW – England teams adopted the men's rose.

Many top men’s clubs have had women’s teams from time to time. These have included Wasps, Saracens, Worcester, Rosslyn Park, London Irish, London Welsh, Waterloo, Richmond, Blackheath and Harlequins, but not all of these clubs still field women's sides. One effect of the continued division between RFU and RFUW is that there remains little incentive for clubs to create women's sections, and little encouragement for those that do field women's teams to actively integrate them fully into the host club.

The first women’s International in Great Britain took place when Great Britain played against France in April 1986 at Richmond Athletic Ground, London. France won 14 – 8. Since then Great Britain has played the Netherlands and Italy and taken part in the first European Cup against France, Holland and Italy. Great Britain has not played since they beat Italy in 1990. England first played against Wales on 5 April 1987, when they won 22 – 4 at Pontypool Park, Wales. An England v Wales International has taken place every year since and on all occasions has been won by England.

England have taken part in every Women’s Rugby World Cup competition, winning in 1994 and finishing as runner-up on four other occasions.

The 1995/1996 season saw the introduction of a Home Nations Championship between England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which England won in its inaugural year. England won the Championship every year except from the 1997/98 season when Scotland won it. France joined the competition in the 1998/99 season making it the Five Nations Championship with England achieving the Grand Slam in three successive seasons. In the 2001/02 season, Ireland rejoined the fold in preparation for the World Cup, and the competition expanded to be known as the Six Nations, since when England have never finished lower than runner-up, and have won the title (and Grand Slam) three more times.

Overall[edit]

N.B. In recent years the England Women's RFU have not entered their first-string XV into the FIRA European championships, and as a result, the WRFU does not include the results of these games in their own first XV's overall statistics. Nevertheless, as most of England's opponents treat FIRA tournament games as full internationals, they are recorded as such in the overall results table below.

For more information on the status of women's rugby internationals see Women's international rugby.

Correct, as of August 17, 2014.

Opponent Played Won Lost Drawn  % Won Overall
 Australia 4 4 0 0 100%
 Canada 22 19 2 1 86.36%%
 France 34 24 10 0 70.59%
 Germany 1 1 0 0 100%
 Ireland 20 19 1 0 95%
 Italy 13 13 0 0 100%
 Kazakhstan 3 3 0 0 100%
 Netherlands 4 4 0 0 100%
 New Zealand 22 7 14 1 34.09%
 Russia 2 2 0 0 100%
 Samoa 2 2 0 0 100%
 Scotland 23 21 2 0 91.34%
 South Africa 5 5 0 0 100%
 Spain 15 13 1 1 86.66%
 Sweden 3 3 0 0 100%
 United States 13 12 1 0 92.31%
 Wales 31 30 1 0 96.77%
Total 217 182 32 3 83.87%

Squad[edit]

Squad to 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup:[1]

Forwards

 

Backs

International Results[edit]

Results[edit]

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

Full internationals[edit]

[13]
1987-04-05 Wales  4–22  England Pontypool Park [1/1/1]
[19]
1988-04-24 Wales  6–36  England Newport RFC [2/2/2]
[27]
1988-10-15 England  40–0  Sweden Waterloo [3/5/1]
[30]
1989-02-12 England  38–4  Wales Moseley RFC [4/4/3]
[35]
1990-02-11 Wales  12–18  England Neath RFC [5/5/4]
[45]
1990-10-21 Netherlands  0–26  England Utrecht [19/6/1]
[46]
1991-03-24 England  24–13  Wales Waterloo [7/6/5]
[50]
1991-04-06 (WC) England  12–0  Spain Swansea [8/2/1]
[54]
1991-04-08 (WC) England  25–9  Italy Llanharan [9/8/1]
[60]
1991-04-12 (WC) England  13–0  France Cardiff Arms Park [10/21/1]
[61]
1991-04-14 (WC) England  6–19  United States Cardiff [11/10/1]
[63]
1992-02-09 Wales  10–14  England National Stadium Cardiff [9/12/6]
[69]
1993-03-14 England  23–5  Wales Northampton RFC [13/10/7]
[72]
1993-06-08 (CC) England  17–6  United States Fletcher’s Fields Markham, Ontario [14/12/2]
[73]
1993-06-10 (CC) Canada  8–12  England Ajax Wanderers, Ajax, Ontario [8/15/1]
[75]
1993-06-12 (CC) England  38–0  Wales Fletcher’s Fields Markham, Ontario [16/13/8]
[81]
1994-02-13 Wales  10–11  England Bridgend [15/17/9]
[82]
1994-02-18 England  32–8  France Wolverhampton [18/25/2]
[84]
1994-04-11 (WC) England  66–0  Russia Boroughmuir [19/1/1]
[90]
1994-04-15 (WC) Scotland  0–26  England Boroughmuir [5/20/1]
[95]
1994-04-17 (WC) England  24–10  Canada Gala [21/12/2]
[100]
1994-04-20 (WC) England  18–6  France Gala [22/28/3]
[108]
1994-04-24 (WC) England  38–23  United States Edinburgh Academicals RFC [23/19/3]
[113]
1994-12-18 England  30–5  Netherlands Wasps RFC [24/25/2]
[114]
1995-02-12 England  25–0  Wales Sale RFC [25/22/10]
[126]
1996-02-04 (HN) England  56–3  Wales Leicester [26/23/11]
[128]
1996-02-18 France  6–15  England Villand Bonnot [33/27/4]
[130]
1996-03-03 (HN) Scotland  8–12  England Meggetland, Edinburgh [16/28/2]
[131]
1996-03-17 (HN) England  12–8  Ireland Sunbury [29/11/1]
[148]
1997-01-05 England  17–15  Spain Leeds [30/10/2]
[151]
1997-01-26 (HN) England  23–3  Scotland Blackheath [31/19/3]
[152]
1997-02-09 (HN) Ireland  0–32  England Limerick [13/32/2]
[153]
1997-02-23 England  15–17  France Northampton [33/39/5]
[155]
1997-03-09 (HN) Wales  22–24  England Worcester [28/34/12]
[157]
1997-04-02 (FIRA) England  40–3  Netherlands Nice, France [35/33/3]
[162]
1997-04-04 (FIRA) France  10–15  England Nice, France [41/36/6]
[165]
1997-04-06 (FIRA) England  24–8  Scotland Nice, France [37/23/4]
[171]
1997-08-13 New Zealand  67–0  England Burnham [14/38/1]
[172]
1997-08-31 Germany  0–84  England Hürth [16/39/1]
[180]
1998-02-01 France  5–13  England Villeneuve d' Ascq, Lille [43/40/7]
[182]
1998-02-15 (HC) England  29–12  Wales Waterloo [41/29/13]
[185]
1998-03-21 (HC) Scotland  8–5  England Stewarts Melville [28/42/5]
[187]
1998-04-05 (HC) England  62–8  Ireland Worcester [43/21/3]
[191]
1998-05-02 (WC) England  75–0  Sweden Amsterdam [44/18/2]
[198]
1998-05-05 (WC) Canada  6–72  England Amsterdam [20/45/3]
[206]
1998-05-09 (WC) Australia  13–30  England Amsterdam [8/46/1]
[214]
1998-05-12 (WC) England  11–44  New Zealand Amsterdam [47/19/2]
[226]
1998-05-16 (WC) Canada  15–31  England Amsterdam [23/48/4]
[234]
1999-02-28 (5N) England  34–7  Scotland Richmond RFC [49/36/6]
[237]
1999-03-07 (5N) Ireland  0–56  England Dublin [29/50/4]
[238]
1999-03-21 (5N) England  13–8  France Worcester [51/52/8]
[242]
1999-04-10 (5N) Wales  11–83  England Swansea [40/52/14]
[245]
1999-04-19 (FIRA) England  91–3  Netherlands Belluno, Italy [53/43/4]
[250]
1999-04-21 (FIRA) England  0–19  France Belluno, Italy [54/55/9]
[254]
1999-04-24 (FIRA) England  13–15  Scotland Belluno, Italy [55/41/7]
[260]
2000-01-09 Spain  10–42  England Barcelona [24/56/3]
[262]
2000-02-06 (5N) England  31–7  Spain Banbury [57/25/4]
[263]
2000-02-18 (5N) France  8–24  England Massy, Paris [58/58/10]
[266]
2000-03-05 (5N) England  51–0  Wales Newbury [59/45/15]
[270]
2000-04-01 (5N) Scotland  9–64  England Edinburgh [45/60/8]
[273]
2000-05-08 (FIRA) England * 41–3  Kazakhstan Vera, Spain [61/21/1]
[279]
2000-05-10 (FIRA) England * 12–19  France Roquetas, Spain [62/59/11]
[281]
2000-05-13 (FIRA) England * 40–20  Scotland Almeria, Spain [63/48/9]
[290]
2000-09-23 (CC) England  31–7  United States Winnipeg [64/34/4]
[293]
2000-09-27 (CC) Canada  10–34  England Winnipeg [29/65/5]
[294]
2000-09-30 (CC) England  13–32  New Zealand Winnipeg [66/26/3]
[299]
2001-02-04 (5N) Wales  0–18  England Newport [52/67/16]
[302]
2001-02-18 (5N) England  28–12  Spain Worcester [68/33/5]
[305]
2001-03-04 (5N) England  39–0  Scotland Richmond [69/51/10]
[308]
2001-04-08 (5N) England  50–6  France Northampton [70/67/12]
[312]
2001-05-06 (FIRA) England * 29–15  Kazakhstan Tourcoing, France [71/24/2]
[322]
2001-05-10 (FIRA) England * 8–15  Spain Lille, France [72/38/6]
[327]
2001-05-12 (FIRA) France  23–34  England* Lille, France [70/73/12]
[330]
2001-05-26 Australia  19–41  England T.G.Milner, Eastwood, Sydney [12/74/2]
[331]
2001-06-02 Australia  5–15  England Newcastle, New South Wales [13/75/3]
[332]
2001-06-09 New Zealand  15–10  England Rotorua [27/76/4]
[333]
2001-06-16 New Zealand  17–22  England North Harbour Stadium [28/77/5]
[345]
2002-02-03 (6N) Scotland  8–35  England Dunbar [58/78/11]
[348]
2002-02-17 (6N) England  79–0  Ireland Worcester [79/41/5]
[349]
2002-03-01 (6N) France  22–17  England Tournon, Lyon [73/80/14]
[354]
2002-03-23 (6N) England  40–0  Wales London Welsh [81/63/17]
[359]
2002-04-07 (6N) Spain  14–53  England Madrid [44/82/7]
[365]
2002-05-13 (WC) England  63–9  Italy Barcelona [83/36/2]
[375]
2002-05-18 (WC) Spain  5–13  England Barcelona [46/84/8]
[385]
2002-05-21 (WC) Canada  10–53  England Barcelona [35/85/6]
[393]
2002-05-25 (WC) England  9–19  New Zealand Barcelona [86/32/6]
[396]
2003-02-15 (6N) England  57–0  France Twickenham [87/80/15]
[399]
2003-02-21 (6N) Wales  7–69  England Cardiff Arms Park [74/88/17]
[403]
2003-03-09 (6N) England  69–0  Spain Harlequins RFC [89/51/9]
[407]
2003-03-22 (6N) England  31–0  Scotland Harlequins RFC [90/71/12]
[408]
2003-03-28 (6N) Ireland  3–46  England Thomond Park RFC, Limerick [53/91/6]
[419]
2003-06-14 (CC) Canada  5–10  England Thunderbird Stadium, Vancouver [40/92/7]
[420]
2003-06-18 (CC) England  15–8  United States Thunderbird Stadium, Vancouver [93/46/5]
[422]
2003-06-28 (CC) Canada  18–21  England Thunderbird Stadium, Vancouver [42/94/8]
[429]
2004-02-15 (6N) Spain  3–71  England Pinares de Venecia , Zaragoza [56/95/10]
[432]
2004-02-21 (6N) Scotland  7–20  England Netherdale, Galashiels [75/96/13]
[434]
2004-03-06 (6N) England  51–10  Ireland Twickenham, London [97/56/7]
[437]
2004-03-20 (6N) England  53–3  Wales The Stoop, London [98/81/19]
[440]
2004-03-27 (6N) France  13–12  England Bourg-en-Bresse, Lyon [91/99/16]
[445]
2004-05-02 (FIRA) England * 73–7  Italy Toulouse, France [100/42/3]
[454]
2004-05-05 (FIRA) England * 39–3  Wales Toulouse, France [101/84/20]
[458]
2004-05-08 (FIRA) France  8–6  England* Toulouse, France [94/102/17]
[466]
2004-06-13 (CC) Canada  11–35  England Calgary Rugby Park [44/103/9]
[468]
2004-06-19 (CC) England  0–38  New Zealand Edmonton [104/37/7]
[471]
2004-11-14 England  45–5  Canada Richmond [105/46/10]
[473]
2004-11-17 England  41–3  Canada Newbury [106/47/11]
[476]
2005-02-04 (6N) Wales  0–81  England Arms Park, Cardiff [88/107/21]
[480]
2005-02-13 (6N) England  10–13  France Imber Court, London [108/96/18]
[483]
2005-02-26 (6N) Ireland  0–32  England St Mary's College, Dublin [65/109/8]
[485]
2005-03-12 (6N) England  76–0  Spain Imber Court, London [110/67/10]
[490]
2005-03-19 (6N) England  22–10  Scotland Twickenham, London [111/87/14]
[497]
2005-05-14 England  101–0  South Africa Imber Court RFC [112/4/1]
[512]
2005-10-15 Samoa  0–53  England Ericsson Stadium, Auckland [6/113/1]
[513]
2005-10-22 New Zealand  24–15  England Eden Park, Auckland [41/114/8]
[515]
2005-10-26 New Zealand  33–8  England Waikato Stadium, Hamilton [42/115/9]
[522]
2006-02-04 (6N) England  38–15  Wales Old Albanians, St Albans [116/95/22]
[525]
2006-02-11 (6N) Spain  3–86  England La Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid [70/117/12]
[527]
2006-02-25 (6N) Scotland  5–22  England Murrayfield [83/118/15]
[532]
2006-03-11 (6N) France  0–28  England Bondoufle, Paris [105/119/19]
[534]
2006-03-17 (6N) England  29–10  Ireland Old Albanians, St Albans [120/73/9]
[562]
2006-08-31 (WC) England  18–0  United States St. Albert Rugby Park, St. Albert [121/55/6]
[566]
2006-09-04 (WC) England  74–8  South Africa Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton [122/8/2]
[574]
2006-09-08 (WC) England  27–8  France St. Albert Rugby Park, St. Albert [123/109/20]
[579]
2006-09-12 (WC) Canada  6–10  England Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton [59/124/12]
[588]
2006-09-17 (WC) England  17–25  New Zealand Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton [125/47/10]
[598]
2007-02-03 (6N) England  60–0  Scotland Old Albanians, St Albans [126/101/16]
[602]
2007-02-10 (6N) England  23–0  Italy Twickenham, London [127/54/4]
[606]
2007-02-25 (6N) Ireland  0–32  England Thomond Park, Limerick [82/128/11]
[609]
2007-03-11 (6N) England  38–12  France Old Albanians, St Albans [129/115/21]
[611]
2007-03-17 (6N) Wales  0–30  England Taffs Well RFC, Cardiff [107/130/23]
[626]
2007-04-28 (FIRA) England * 62–0  Russia Barcelona, Spain [131/22/2]
[630]
2007-04-30 (FIRA) England * 41–11  Italy Barcelona, Spain [132/59/5]
[635]
2007-05-02 (FIRA) Spain  22–22  England* Barcelona, Spain [81/133/13]
[641]
2007-05-05 (FIRA) England * 27–17  France Barcelona, Spain [134/120/22]
[655]
2007-12-15 England  34–0  United States London Irish [135/62/7]
[657]
2008-02-02 (6N) England  55–0  Wales London Irish [136/113/24]
[659]
2008-02-09 (6N) Italy  6–76  England Rome [63/137/6]
[663]
2008-02-23 (6N) France  0–31  England Bergerac, Agen [123/138/23]
[666]
2008-03-08 (6N) Scotland  5–34  England Meggetland [110/139/17]
[667]
2008-03-15 (6N) England  17–7  Ireland London Irish [140/89/11]
[681]
2008-05-17 (FIRA) England  80–3  Sweden Amsterdam [141/22/3]
[691]
2008-05-20 (FIRA) England  22–11  Ireland Drachten, Netherlands [142/91/12]
[703]
2008-05-24 (FIRA) England  12–6  Wales Amsterdam [143/120/25]
[712]
2008-08-19 England  50–3  United States Esher, England [144/63/8]
[713]
2008-08-22 (NC) England  17–14  United States Esher, England [145/64/9]
[714]
2008-07-24 (NC) England  43–9  Canada Esher, England [146/66/13]
[716]
2008-07-29 England  24–0  Canada Esher, England [147/68/14]
[724]
2009-02-07 (6N) England  69–13  Italy London Welsh [148/67/7]
[726]
2009-02-14 (6N) Wales  16–15  England Taffs Well [122/149/26]
[729]
2009-02-27 (6N) Ireland  13–29  England St Mary's RFC, Dublin [95/150/13]
[733]
2009-03-15 (6N) England  52–7  France London Welsh [151/133/24]
[736]
2009-03-21 (6N) England  72–3  Scotland London Welsh [152/120/18]
[762]
2009-08-10 (NC) England  36–7  United States Oakville, Ontario [153/67/10]
[763]
2009-08-13 (NC) England  43–8  France Oakville, Ontario [154/136/25]
[765]
2009-08-19 (NC) England  25–0  South Africa Oakville, Ontario [155/14/3]
[768]
2009-08-22 (NC) Canada  0–22  England Fletchers Fields Markham, Ontario [73/156/15]
[777]
2009-11-14 England  3–16  New Zealand Esher [157/52/11]
[780]
2009-11-21 England  10–3  New Zealand Twickenham [158/53/12]
[786]
2010-02-06 (6N) England  31–0  Wales Esher [154/126/27]
[789]
2010-02-13 (6N) Italy  0–41  England Stadio Nando Capra, Noceto, Parma [76/155/8]
[800]
2010-02-28 (6N) England  22–5  Ireland Pillar Data Arena, Esher, Surrey [156/100/14]
[802]
2010-03-13 (6N) Scotland  0–51  England Meggetland, Edinburgh [127/157/19]
[805]
2010-03-19 (6N) France  10–11  England Stade Commandant Bougouin, Rennes [144/158/26]
[839]
2010-08-20 (WC) England  27–0  Ireland Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [164/103/15]
[846]
2010-08-24 (WC) England  82–0  Kazakhstan Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [165/47/3]
[852]
2010-08-28 (WC) England  37–10  United States Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [166/76/11]
[858]
2010-09-01 (WC) England  15–0  Australia Twickenham Stoop [167/31/4]
[864]
2010-09-05 (WC) England  10–13  New Zealand Twickenham Stoop [168/58/13]
[869]
2011-02-06 (6N) Wales  9–19  England Cross Keys [137/169/28]
[871]
2011-02-12 (6N) England  68–5  Italy Esher [170/87/9]
[875]
2011-02-27 (6N) England  16–3  France Sixways Stadium, Worcester [171/153/27]
[878]
2011-03-13 (6N) England  89–0  Scotland Twickenham [172/140/20]
[879]
2011-03-18 (6N) Ireland  0–31  England Ashbourne [111/173/16]
[900]
2011-08-02 (NC) England  15–11  United States Oakville, Ontario [174/79/12]
[901]
2011-08-05 (NC) England  46–8  South Africa Chatham-Kent, Ontario [175/26/4]
[904]
2011-08-09 (NC) Canada  10–22  England Oakville, Ontario [90/176/16]
[906]
2011-08-13 (NC) Canada  19–41  England Oakville, Ontario [91/177/17]
[909]
2011-11-05 France  16–15  England Stade Pierre-de-Coubertin, Châteaurenard [157/178/28]
[917]
2011-11-26 England  10–0  New Zealand Twickenham, London [179/59/14]
[918]
2011-11-29 England  21–7  New Zealand Esher [180/60/15]
[919]
2011-12-03 England  8–8  New Zealand Esher [181/61/16]
[922]
2012-02-05 (6N) Scotland  0–47  England Lasswade [143/181/21]
[923]
2012-02-12 (6N) Italy  3–43  England Rino Venegoni Stadium, Parabiago, Milan [93/182/10]
[926]
2012-02-25 (6N) England  33–0  Wales Twickenham stadium [183/143/29]
[931]
2012-03-11 (6N) France  3–15  England Stade Charlety, Paris [160/184/29]
[932]
2012-03-17 (6N) England  23–6  Ireland Esher RFC [185/116/17]
[941]
2012-05-13 (FIRA) England  61–0  Spain Rovereto, Italy [187/98/14]
[943]
2012-05-16 (FIRA) Italy  8–32  England Rovereto, Italy [98/188/11]
[945]
2012-05-19 (FIRA) England  29–25  France Rovereto, Italy [189/165/30]
[957]
2012-11-03 England  23-13  France Esher [190/166/31]
[961]
2012-11-23 England  16-13  New Zealand Esher [191/62/17]
[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]
[970]
2013-02-02 (6N) England  76-0  Scotland Esher [194/148/22]
[973]
2013-02-09 (6N) Ireland  25-0  England Ashbourne [118/195/18]
[975]
2013-02-23 (6N) England  20-30  France Twickenham [196/171/21]
[978]
2013-03-09 (6N) England  34-0  Italy [Esher] [197/106/12]
[982]
2013-03-17 (6N) Wales  16-20  England Aberavon [150/198/30]
[1000]
2013-07-13 New Zealand  29-10  England [65/199/20]
[1001]
2013-07-16 New Zealand  14-9  England Waikato Stadium, Hamilton [66/200/21]
[1002]
2013-07-20 New Zealand  29-8  England ECOlight Stadium, Pukekohe [67/201/22]
[1003]
2013-07-30 (NC) Canada  29-25  England University of Northern Colorado [92/202/18]
[1005]
2013-08-04 (NC) England  18-17  South Africa University of Northern Colorado [203/30/5]
[1008]
2013-08-07 (NC) United States  21-36  England University of Northern Colorado [91/204/13]
[1010]
2013-08-10 (NC) Canada  27-13  England Infinity Park, Glendale [95/205/19]
[1019]
2013-11-09 England  40 - 20  France Twickenham Stadium, London, England [206/179/33]
[1020]
2013-11-13 England  32 - 3  Canada Twickenham Stoop, London, England [207/98/20]
[1023]
2014-02-01 (6N) France  18-6  England Stade des Alpes, Grenoble [180/208/34]
[1027]
2014-02-09 (6N) Scotland  0-63  England Rubislaw, Aberdeen [157/209/23]
[1028]
22 February 2014 (6N) England  17-10  Ireland Twickenham [210/124/19]
[1031]
7 March 2014 (6N) England  35-3  Wales Twickenham Stoop [211/155/31]
[1037]
16 March 2014 (6N) Italy  0 - 24  England Giulio e Silvio Pagani, Rovato [115/212/13]
[1061]
2014-08-01 (WC) England  65–3  Samoa CNR, Marcoussis #1 []
[1065]
2014-08-05 (WC) England  45–5  Spain CNR, Marcoussis #1 []
[1071]
2014-08-09 (WC) England  13-13  Canada CNR, Marcoussis #1 []
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2014-08-13 (WC) England  40–7  Ireland Stade Jean-Bouin, Paris []
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2014-08-17 (WC) England  21-9  Canada Stade Jean-Bouin, Paris []

Other matches[edit]

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2002-01-19 Spain  5–10  England A Cornella [-/-/-]
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2002-02-16 Wales A  0–53  England A Bridgend [-/-/-]
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2002-03-02 England Academy  5–0  Netherlands Staines [-/-/-]
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2002-03-24 England A  79–0  Wales A London Welsh [-/-/-]
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2002-04-14 England Academy  35–0  Wales A Chester [-/-/-]
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2003-02-01 Spain  0–34  England A Cornella [-/-/-]
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2003-03-23 Wales A  22–12  England Academy Caerphilly [-/-/-]
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2003-03-29 Netherlands  15–14  England Devp. Amsterdam [-/-/-]
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2004-01-31 England A  35–5  Spain Imber Court [-/-/-]
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2004-02-22 England Devp.  15–5  Netherlands Newbury [-/-/-]
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2004-03-27 France A  14–32  England A Bourg-en-Bresse [-/-/-]
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2004-04-25 England Academy  80–0  Wales A Broadstreet, Coventry [-/-/-]
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2004-12-08 England A  50–17  Wales Clifton [-/-/-]
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2005-01-09 Ireland  25–19  England Academy St Mary's RFC, Dublin [-/-/-]
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2005-02-06 Netherlands  19–36  England Academy Amsterdam [-/-/-]
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2005-02-12 England A  29–6  France A Imber Court [-/-/-]
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2005-03-20 England Academy  48–0  Wales A Birchgrove [-/-/-]
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2005-05-07 England A  42–12  South Africa Old Albanians, St Albans [-/-/-]
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2005-05-10 England Academy  25–19  South Africa Old Albanians, St Albans [-/-/-]
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2006-01-29 England A  8–21  United States Imber Court [-/-/-]
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2006-02-12 England A  17–10  Italy Imber Court [-/-/-]
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2006-02-26 Netherlands  13–0  England Students RAF Halton [-/-/-]
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2006-04-14 England Select XV  35–5  Sweden RAF Halton [-/-/-]
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2006-04-16 England Students  15–10  Sweden RAF Halton [-/-/-]
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2007-03-11 England A  21–7  France A Old Albanians, St Albans [-/-/-]
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2008-02-09 Spain  5–22  England A Madrid [-/-/-]
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2008-02-23 France A  0–3  England A Bergerac, Agen [-/-/-]
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2008-12-12 England Development  20–10  Italy A London Welsh [-/-/-]
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2008-12-14 England A  20–0  Italy Old Deer Park [-/-/-]
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2008-12-20 Ireland President's XV  8–19  England St Mary's RFC, Dublin [-/-/-]
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2009-02-07 England A  29–0  Spain London Welsh [-/-/-]
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2009-02-28 England A  7–14 Nomads Esher [-/-/-]
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2009-03-15 England A  38–5  France A London Welsh [-/-/-]
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2009-03-21 England A  15–17 Nomads London Welsh [-/-/-]
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2009-11-17 England A  3–48  New Zealand Esher [-/-/-]
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2010-02-07 England A  12–10 Nomads Esher [-/-/-]
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2010-02-14 Spain  5–10  England A Gijón [-/-/-]
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2010-03-13 England A  26–7 Nomads Esher [-/-/-]
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2010-03-19 France A  20–0  England A Rennes [-/-/-]
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2011-02-23 England A  19–22 Nomads Esher [-/-/-]
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2011-03-19 England A  34–7  Spain Guildford [-/-/-]
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2011-04-30 (FIRA) England A  5–0  Italy A University of Coruña [-/-/-]
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2011-05-02 (FIRA) England A  36–0  Netherlands INEF Bastiaqueiro [-/-/-]
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2011-05-04 (FIRA) England A  39–0  Russia Fotecarmoa, Vilagarcía [-/-/-]
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2011-05-07 (FIRA) Spain  3–5  England A University of Coruña [-/-/-]

Honours[edit]

Winners (2): 1994, 2014[2]
Runners-up (4): 1991, 2002, 2006, 2010
Winners (13): 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Grand Slam (12): 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012
Triple Crown (16): 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014
Winners (5): 1997, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012
Runners-up (1): 2004

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ IRB (2014). "England Squad". Rwcwomens.com. Retrieved 27 August 2014. 
  2. ^ James Riach. "England 21-9 Canada - Women’s rugby World Cup match report". the Guardian. Retrieved 2 December 2014. 

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