The Estonia national rugby union team represents Estonia at a national level in international rugby union competitions. The team is governed by the Estonian Rugby Union, which oversees all rugby union in Estonia. They have yet to play a full international match. The current stadium used by the national team is Viimsi Staadion on generous loan from NordWest Kinnisvara OÜ.
A combined Estonia/Latvia side took on a Swedish representative side in the late 1990s, but a proper national team only started playing in 2009, touring England and playing two matches, losing both.
They came up against Kent club Tonbridge Juddians in their first match, coming out at the wrong end of a 94-7 scoreline. The Juddians gave them a rather torrid time in the scrums, which was probably influenced by the fact that the Estonians only had their first-ever scrum machine session on the morning of the match.
The second fixture saw them square off against England Deaf at Folkestone, this time managing to keep the score to a respectable 21-27.
On 9 June 2012, Estonia faced the Welsh national deaf team in the Estonian capital of Tallinn, losing 93-3.