List of Germany national rugby union team results

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The Germany national rugby union team is the national team of the third-tier rugby union-playing nation Germany. They first played in 1927 and have yet to qualify for the Rugby World Cup. Rugby union in Germany is administered by the Deutscher Rugby-Verband. The German National Team regularly compete in the European Nations Cup, the senior men's rugby tournament for European nations below the Six Nations. Following victory in Division 2A of that tournament in 2006-08, Germany competed in Division One, the top tier of the European Nations Cup for 2008-10 but was relegated again immediately.

This is a list of games played by the German team against other nations and selections. Non-national team selections like second or amateur teams are distinguished by XV behind the unions name.

Internationals[edit]

Germany's results according to the German Rugby Federation:[1][2]

1920s[edit]

Date Location Opposition Result Tournament
17 April 1927 Paris  France 5-30 Friendly
15 May 1927 Frankfurt am Main  France 17-16 Friendly
18 March 1928 Hannover  France 3-14 Friendly
28 April 1929 Paris  France 0-24 Friendly
9 June 1929 Barcelona  Spain 24-15 Friendly as part of the Expo '29

1930s[edit]

Date Location Opposition Result Tournament
6 April 1930 Berlin  France 0-34 Friendly
18 May 1930 Dresden  Spain 5-0 Friendly
19 April 1931 Paris  France 0-34 Friendly
8 November 1931 Leipzig  Czechoslovakia 38-0 Friendly
17 April 1932 Frankfurt am Main  France 4-20 Friendly
26 March 1933 Paris  France 17-38 Friendly
3 December 1933 Düsseldorf  Netherlands 23-0 Friendly
25 March 1934 Hannover  France 9-13 Friendly
6 May 1934 Prague  Czechoslovakia 19-9 Friendly
2 December 1934 Maastricht  Netherlands 21-0 Friendly
24 March 1935 Paris  France 3-18 Friendly
17 November 1935 Cologne  Netherlands 11-5 Friendly
14 May 1936 Berlin  Italy 19-8 1936 FIRA Tournament
also European Nations Cup 1936
17 May 1936 Berlin  France 14-19 1936 FIRA Tournament
also European Nations Cup 1936
20 May 1936 Hamburg  Romania 37-9 Friendly
1 November 1936 Hannover  France 3-6 Friendly
15 November 1936 Hilversum  Netherlands 28-16 Friendly
1 January 1937 Milan  Italy 6-3 Friendly
18 April 1937 Paris  France 6-27 Friendly
14 October 1937 Paris  Italy 7-9 Expo '37
also 1937 FIRA Tournament
16 October 1937 Paris  Romania 30-0 Expo '37
also 1937 FIRA Tournament
31 October 1937 Düsseldorf  Belgium 34-6 Friendly
6 March 1938 Stuttgart  Italy 10-0 Friendly
27 March 1938 Frankfurt am Main  France 3-0 Friendly
19 May 1938 Bucharest  Romania 8-3 1938 FIRA Tournament
22 May 1938 Bucharest  France 5-8 1938 FIRA Tournament
11 February 1939 Milan  Italy 12-3 Friendly

1940s[edit]

Date Location Opposition Result Tournament
5 May 1940 Stuttgart  Italy 0-4 Friendly

1950s[edit]

Date Location Opposition Result Tournament
2 March 1952 Hannover  Belgium 16-9 1952 Rugby Union European Cup
27 April 1952 Padua  Italy 6-14 1952 Rugby Union European Cup
27 December 1952 Madrid  Spain 17-6 Friendly
17 May 1953 Hannover  Italy 3-21 Friendly
21 March 1954 Frankfurt am Main  Spain 6-6 Friendly
28 March 1954 Grenoble  France XV 3-25 Friendly
18 April 1954 Parma  France XV 3-28 1954 Rugby Union European Cup
13 March 1955 Milan  Italy 8-24 Friendly
10 April 1955 Hannover  France XV 0-16 Friendly
25 March 1956 Heidelberg  Italy 3-12 Friendly
1 April 1956 Toulon  France XV 6-32 Friendly
21 May 1956 Huy  Belgium 16-0 Friendly
24 March 1957 Berlin  France XV 3-11 Friendly
14 April 1957 Cologne  Belgium 33-3 Friendly
5 May 1957 Brno  Czechoslovakia 3-9 Friendly
1 December 1957 Barcelona  Spain 16-3 Friendly
12 December 1957 Milan  Italy 0-8 Friendly
30 March 1958 Nantes  France XV 6-6 Friendly
27 April 1958 Hannover  Czechoslovakia 0-11 Friendly
4 May 1958 Brussels  Romania 0-9 Expo 58
20 October 1958 Kraków  Poland 11-3 Friendly
16 November 1958 Eindhoven  Netherlands 24-0 Friendly
15 March 1959 Heidelberg  Spain 19-14 Friendly
30 March 1959 Hannover  France XV 0-27 Friendly
13 September 1959 Heidelberg  Netherlands 39-0 Friendly
16 October 1959 Liège  Belgium 8-6 Friendly
24 October 1959 Braunschweig  Poland 8-9 Friendly

1960s[edit]

Date Location Opposition Result Tournament
10 April 1960 Hannover  Italy 5-11 Friendly
17 April 1960 Clermont-Ferrand  France XV 6-14 Friendly
24 April 1960 Barcelona  Spain 3-9 Friendly
9 October 1960 Breukelen  Netherlands 42-6 Friendly
16 October 1960 Rzeszów  Poland 8-3 Friendly
15 January 1961 Piacenza  Italy 0-19 Friendly
2 April 1961 Heidelberg  France XV 9-27 Friendly
1 October 1961 Hannover  Poland 11-3 Friendly
29 October 1961 Offenbach  Belgium 52-3 Friendly
15 April 1962 Hannover  Spain 14-6 Friendly
22 April 1962 Dijon  France XV 11-53 Friendly
27 May 1962 Berlin  Italy 11-13 Friendly
20 October 1962 Tienen  Belgium 50-3 Friendly
21 October 1962 The Hague  Netherlands 37-6 Friendly
14 April 1963 Frankfurt am Main  France XV 9-16 Friendly
16 June 1963 Prague  Czechoslovakia 6-3 Friendly
13 October 1963 Rüsselsheim  Netherlands 12-13 Friendly
22 March 1964 Bologna  Italy 3-17 Friendly
29 March 1964 Vichy  France XV 3-34 Friendly
11 October 1964 The Hague  Netherlands 18-5 Friendly
31 October 1964 Hürth  Belgium 11-3 Friendly
15 November 1964 Bucharest  Romania 3-19 Friendly
17 April 1965 Hannover  France XV 3-8 Friendly
10 October 1965 Berlin  Netherlands 48-8 Friendly
17 October 1965 Michelstadt  Czechoslovakia 25-6 1965–1966 FIRA Nations Cup
14 November 1965 Hannover  Romania 8-9 1965–1966 FIRA Nations Cup
10 April 1966 Chalon-sur-Saône  France XV 6-8 1965–1966 FIRA Nations Cup
23 October 1966 The Hague  Netherlands 12-0 Friendly
30 October 1966 Berlin  Italy 3-3 1965–1966 FIRA Nations Cup
26 March 1967 Hamburg  France XV 0-22 Friendly
15 October 1967 Hannover  Netherlands 6-0 Friendly
29 October 1967 Bucharest  Romania 5-27 1967–1968 FIRA Nations Cup
22 November 1967 Prague  Czechoslovakia 6-9 1967–1968 FIRA Nations Cup
14 April 1968 Lons-le-Saunier  France XV 8-26 1967–1968 FIRA Nations Cup
12 October 1968 The Hague  Netherlands 11-0 Friendly
3 November 1968 Venice  Italy 14-22 Friendly
5 April 1969 Cologne  France XV 6-20 1968–1969 FIRA Nations Cup
12 October 1969 Offenbach  Netherlands 14-13 Friendly
26 October 1969 Hamburg  Czechoslovakia 11-18 1968–1969 FIRA Nations Cup
9 November 1969 Hannover  Romania 3-6 1968–1969 FIRA Nations Cup
30 November 1969 Le Creusot  France XV 6-33 Friendly

1970s[edit]

Date Location Opposition Result Tournament
24 October 1970 The Hague  Netherlands 29-3 Friendly
21 November 1970 Heidelberg  France XV 3-18 Friendly
16 October 1971 Bonn  Netherlands 14-9 Friendly
17 October 1971 Liège  Belgium 27-9 Friendly
26 March 1972 Besançon  France XV 9-35 Friendly
21 October 1972 Apeldoorn  Netherlands 17-13 Friendly
22 October 1972 Bonn  Belgium 28-3 Friendly
28 October 1972 Ostrava  Czechoslovakia 3-47 Friendly
12 November 1972 Bucharest  Romania 11-10 Friendly
26 November 1972 Hannover  France XV 0-11 Friendly
20 October 1973 Verviers  Belgium 20-9 Friendly
27 October 1973 Heidelberg  Romania 9-33 Friendly
10 November 1973 Le Creusot  France XV 0-31 Friendly
7 April 1974 Hannover  Portugal 20-10 1973–1974 FIRA Trophy - Group B
1 May 1974 Makarska  Yugoslavia 20-8 1973–1974 FIRA Trophy - Group B
5 May 1974 Rho  Italy 10-16 1973–1974 FIRA Trophy - Group B
25 May 1974 Hannover  Czechoslovakia 6-6 1973–1974 FIRA Trophy - Group B
19 October 1974 Wageningen  Netherlands 21-32 1974–1975 FIRA Trophy - Group B
20 October 1974 Varel  Belgium 24-3 Friendly
13 April 1975 Heidelberg  Morocco 19-11 1974–1975 FIRA Trophy - Group B
4 May 1975 Warsaw  Poland 6-29 1974–1975 FIRA Trophy - Group B
26 October 1975 Hannover  Belgium 43-3 1975–1976 FIRA Trophy - Group B
9 November 1975 Heidelberg  France XV 12-24 Friendly
28 March 1976 Casablanca  Morocco 3-30 1975–1976 FIRA Trophy - Group B
6 November 1976 Říčany  Czechoslovakia 6-22 1976–1977 FIRA Trophy - Group B
21 November 1976 Hannover  Netherlands 13-13 1976–1977 FIRA Trophy - Group B
20 February 1977 Auxerre  France XV 3-50 Friendly
17 April 1977 Hannover  Soviet Union 16-22 1976–1977 FIRA Trophy - Group B
8 May 1977 Stockholm  Sweden 32-9 1976–1977 FIRA Trophy - Group B
23 October 1977 Hilversum  Netherlands 9-10 1977–1978 FIRA Trophy - Group B
30 October 1977 Berlin  Sweden 11-16 1977–1978 FIRA Trophy - Group B
7 May 1978 Kharkov  Soviet Union 9-64 1977–1978 FIRA Trophy - Group B
28 October 1978 Geneva   Switzerland 18-0 1978–1979 FIRA Trophy - Group B
8 April 1979 Hannover  Morocco 6-13 1978–1979 FIRA Trophy - Group B
20 October 1979 Stockholm  Sweden 10-4 1979–1980 FIRA Trophy - Group B
11 November 1979 Hannover  Czechoslovakia 6-27 Friendly
25 November 1979 Heidelberg  Spain 0-13 1979–1980 FIRA Trophy - Group B

1980s[edit]

Date Location Opposition Result Tournament
30 March 1980 Hilversum  Netherlands 10-16 1979–1980 FIRA Trophy - Group B
30 May 1980 Hannover  Yugoslavia 6-6 1979–1980 FIRA Trophy - Group B
16 November 1980 Hannover  Netherlands 13-10 1980–1981 FIRA Trophy - Group B
30 November 1980 Kardeljevo  Yugoslavia 16-0 1980–1981 FIRA Trophy - Group B
29 March 1981 Heidelberg  Tunisia 30-9 1980–1981 FIRA Trophy - Group B
12 April 1981 Casablanca  Morocco 6-22 1980–1981 FIRA Trophy - Group B
1 November 1981 Hannover  Soviet Union 10-7 1981–1982 FIRA Trophy - Group A
29 November 1981 Rovigo  Italy 0-23 1981–1982 FIRA Trophy - Group A
21 March 1982 Heidelberg  France XV 15-53 1981–1982 FIRA Trophy - Group A
4 April 1982 Bucharest  Romania 18-60 1981–1982 FIRA Trophy - Group A
24 October 1982 Moscow  Soviet Union 9-31 1982–1983 FIRA Trophy - Group A
7 November 1982 Hannover  Italy 3-23 1982–1983 FIRA Trophy - Group A
20 February 1983 Bourg-en-Bresse  France XV 0-84 1982–1983 FIRA Trophy - Group A
27 March 1983 Heidelberg  Romania 12-26 1982–1983 FIRA Trophy - Group A
8 May 1983 Hannover  Morocco 13-16 1982–1983 FIRA Trophy - Group A
25 June 1983 Heidelberg  Soviet Union 9-37 Friendly
29 October 1983 Tunis  Tunisia 9-23 1983–1984 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
13 November 1983 Hannover  Yugoslavia 38-0 1983–1984 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
15 April 1984 Heidelberg  Czechoslovakia 3-15 1983–1984 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
5 May 1984 Norrköping  Sweden 13-15 1983–1984 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
4 November 1984 Hannover  Netherlands 10-23 1984–1985 FIRA Trophy - Group C
31 March 1985 Heidelberg   Switzerland 30-12 Friendly
4 May 1985 Karlskrona  Sweden 18-6 1984–1985 FIRA Trophy - Group C
5 May 1985 Copenhagen  Denmark 21-4 Friendly
10 November 1985 Hannover  Spain 13-11 1985–1987 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
23 November 1985 Essen  Denmark 15-0 Friendly
1 December 1985 Geneva   Switzerland 18-10 Friendly
13 April 1986 Poznań  Poland 12-28 1985–1987 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
27 April 1986 Heidelberg  Morocco 6-0 1985–1987 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
29 November 1986 Madrid  Spain 0-50 1985–1987 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
5 April 1987 Casablanca  Morocco 0-7 1985–1987 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
10 May 1987 Hannover  Poland 6-20 1985–1987 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
27 September 1987 Hundested  Denmark 20-3 Friendly
15 November 1987 Berlin  Belgium 21-24 1987–1989 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
29 November 1987 Split  Yugoslavia 15-6 1987–1989 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
20 March 1988 Heidelberg  Netherlands 6-3 1987–1989 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
17 April 1988 Arcos de Valdevez  Portugal 9-13 1987–1989 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
20 November 1988 Hannover  Yugoslavia 26-9 1987–1989 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
10 December 1988 Brussels  Belgium 16-7 1987–1989 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
16 April 1989 Hilversum  Netherlands 13-21 1987–1989 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
30 April 1989 Hannover  Portugal 30-15 1987–1989 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
17 September 1989 Heidelberg  Netherlands 6-12 1989–1990 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
30 September 1989 Bonn  Samoa 9-55 Friendly

1990s[edit]

Date Location Opposition Result Tournament
18 March 1990 Madrid  Spain 8-19 1989–1990 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
22 April 1990 Sofia  Bulgaria 44-12 1989–1990 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
5 May 1990 Hannover  Czechoslovakia 32-7 1989–1990 FIRA Trophy - Group B2
21 July 1990 Windhoek  Namibia 7-54 Friendly 1
25 November 1990 Hannover  Belgium 7-7 1990–1992 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
28 April 1991 Hilversum  Netherlands 4-17 1990–1992 FIRA Trophy - Group B1 2
19 May 1991 Heidelberg  Poland 6-0 1990–1992 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
3 November 1991 Gdańsk  Poland 10-6 1990–1992 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
28 March 1992 Hannover  Netherlands 7-3 1990–1992 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
11 April 1992 Brussels  Belgium 10-17 1990–1992 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
24 October 1992 Moscow  Russia 10-13 1992-1993 FIRA Preliminary Tournament - Pool A
15 November 1992 Stuttgart  Belgium 13-10 1992-1993 FIRA Preliminary Tournament - Pool A
17 April 1993 Casablanca  Morocco 3-23 1992-1993 FIRA Preliminary Tournament - Pool A
1 May 1993 Berlin  Lithuania 31-5 1995 Rugby World Cup qualifying
8 May 1993 Riga  Latvia 27-5 1995 Rugby World Cup qualifying
30 May 1993 Hannover  France XV 27-71 1992-1993 FIRA Preliminary Tournament - Pool A
2 October 1993 Tunis  Tunisia 6-15 1992–1994 FIRA Trophy - Group A2
10 October 1993 Delft  Netherlands 10-20 Friendly
21 November 1993 Heusenstamm  Belgium 32-16 1992–1994 FIRA Trophy - Group A2
26 March 1994 Hannover  Morocco 35-18 1992–1994 FIRA Trophy - Group A2
17 April 1994 Lisbon  Portugal 20-18 1992–1994 FIRA Trophy - Group A2
2 May 1994 Bucharest  Romania 6-60 1995 Rugby World Cup qualifying
4 May 1994 Bucharest  Russia 5-67 1995 Rugby World Cup qualifying
23 October 1994 Ricany  Czech Republic 5-12 FIRA Trophy - Group A2
13 November 1994 Hannover  Spain 10-29 FIRA Trophy - Group A2
8 December 1994 Arlon  Belgium 12-14 FIRA Trophy - Group A2
6 May 1995 Oujda  Morocco 6-21 Friendly
14 May 1995 Heidelberg  Portugal 16-26 FIRA Trophy - Group A2
23 September 1995 Hannover  Czech Republic 28-17 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
15 October 1995 Tbilisi  Georgia 3-14 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
21 April 1996 Hilversum  Netherlands 5-6 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
12 May 1996 Hannover  Denmark 16-11 FIRA Trophy - Group B1
16 November 1996 Brussels  Belgium 3-24 FIRA Trophy - Pool A
24 November 1996 Heidelberg  Spain 17-25 FIRA Trophy - Pool A
20 April 1997 Aalborg  Denmark 13-8 FIRA Trophy - Play-off 9th - 12th
10 May 1997 Prague  Czech Republic 14-9 FIRA Trophy - Play-off 9th - 10th
4 October 1997 Andorra la Vella  Andorra 54-11 1999 Rugby World Cup - European qualification
19 October 1997 Hannover  Czech Republic 31-17 1999 Rugby World Cup - European qualification
28 March 1998 Amsterdam  Netherlands 24-38 Friendly
4 April 1998 Lisbon  Portugal 6-30 1999 Rugby World Cup - European qualification
26 April 1998 Heidelberg  Spain 9-24 1999 Rugby World Cup - European qualification
11 October 1998 Hannover  Tunisia 13-6 FIRA - Pool C
25 October 1998 Heusenstamm  Luxembourg 54-7 FIRA - Pool C
25 April 1999 Heidelberg  Belgium 27-17 FIRA - Pool C
17 October 1999 Gera  Namibia 13-79 Friendly
  • 1 Not recognised by Namibia as an official test match.
  • 2 Points awarded to Germany due to Netherlands using an ineligible player.

2000s[edit]

Date Location Opposition Result Tournament Report
2 April 2000 Odessa  Ukraine 17-20 European Nations Cup Second Division 2000
16 April 2000 Krasnodar  Russia 6-89 European Nations Cup Second Division 2000
1 May 2000 Rottweil  Croatia 11-40 European Nations Cup Second Division 2000
7 May 2000 Varel  Denmark 19-39 European Nations Cup Second Division 2000
21 October 2000 Berlin  Poland 13-26 2001 European Nations Cup Second Division
12 November 2000 Heusenstamm  Ukraine 12-19 2001 European Nations Cup Second Division
8 April 2001 Konstanz  Czech Republic 30-17 2001 European Nations Cup Second Division
28 April 2001 Copenhagen  Denmark 21-10 2001 European Nations Cup Second Division
20 May 2001 Split  Croatia 14-14 2001 European Nations Cup Second Division
21 October 2001 Malmö  Sweden 10-32 2003 Rugby World Cup – European qualification
10 November 2001 Heidelberg  Denmark 34-24 2003 Rugby World Cup – European qualification
24 November 2001 Hannover  Latvia 44-0 2003 Rugby World Cup – European qualification
6 April 2002 Gdynia  Poland 12-20 2003 Rugby World Cup – European qualification
24 November 2002 Heidelberg  Ukraine 26-26 2002–2004 European Nations Cup Second Division Pool A
9 March 2003 Hannover  Netherlands 15-3 2002–2004 European Nations Cup Second Division Pool A
29 March 2003 Gdynia  Poland 37-15 2002–2004 European Nations Cup Second Division Pool A
27 April 2003 Trelleborg  Sweden 24-16 2002–2004 European Nations Cup Second Division Pool A
12 October 2003 Kiev  Ukraine 3-6 2002–2004 European Nations Cup Second Division Pool A
10 April 2004 Amsterdam  Netherlands 13-14 2002–2004 European Nations Cup Second Division Pool A
25 April 2004 Hannover  Sweden 40-0 2002–2004 European Nations Cup Second Division Pool A
16 May 2004 Heidelberg  Poland 34-10 2002–2004 European Nations Cup Second Division Pool A
13 November 2004 Chişinău  Moldova 27-18 2007 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification, Round 2
27 November 2004 Heidelberg  Luxembourg 96-0 2007 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification, Round 2
2 April 2005 Heidelberg  Denmark 56-0 2007 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification, Round 2
23 April 2005 Vienna  Austria 69-9 2007 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification, Round 2
29 October 2005 Marsa  Malta 43-0 2007 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification, Round 3
12 November 2005 Heidelberg  Serbia and Montenegro 108-0 2007 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification, Round 3
1 April 2006 Brandenburg Welsh Districts XV 36–16 Friendly
22 April 2006 Zagreb  Croatia 25–15 2007 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification, Round 3
29 April 2006 Hannover  Belgium 33–15 2007 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification, Round 3 Line up
13 May 2006 Heidelberg  Spain 18–6 2007 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification, Play-Off Line up
27 May 2006 Madrid  Spain 10–36 2007 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification, Play-Off Line up
16 September 2006 Bern   Switzerland 40–10 Friendly
11 November 2006 Chişinău  Moldova 24–26 2006-2008 European Nations Cup Second Division Line up
Report
18 November 2006 Heidelberg  Belgium 32–13 2006-2008 European Nations Cup Second Division Line up
Report
24 February 2007 Pontypridd Welsh Districts XV 24–13 Friendly Line up
21 April 2007 Kiev  Ukraine 22–14 2006-2008 European Nations Cup Second Division Line up
Report
28 April 2007 Hannover  Netherlands 21–12 2006-2008 European Nations Cup Second Division Line up
Report
29 September 2007 Frankfurt am Main   Switzerland 49–13 Friendly Line up
10 November 2007 Brussels  Belgium 18–32 2006-2008 European Nations Cup Second Division Line up
Report
24 November 2007 Heidelberg  Moldova 34–5 2006-2008 European Nations Cup Second Division Line up
Report
19 April 2008 Hannover  Ukraine 13–5 2006-2008 European Nations Cup Second Division Line up
Report
26 April 2008 Amsterdam  Netherlands 27–17 2006-2008 European Nations Cup Second Division Line up
Report
8 November 2008 Berlin Welsh Districts XV 14–27 Friendly Line up
15 November 2008 Madrid  Spain 11–22 2008-2010 European Nations Cup First Division
also 2011 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification
Line up
Report
7 February 2009 Heidelberg  Georgia 5–38 2008-2010 European Nations Cup First Division
also 2011 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification
Line up
Report
14 February 2009 Heidelberg  Romania 0–22 2008-2010 European Nations Cup First Division
also 2011 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification
Line up
Report
21 February 2009 Lisbon  Portugal 6–44 2008-2010 European Nations Cup First Division
also 2011 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification
Line up
2 May 2009 Hannover  Russia 0–53 2008-2010 European Nations Cup First Division
also 2011 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification
Line up
Report
12 December 2009 Heidelberg  Hong Kong 24–14 Friendly Line up

2010s[edit]

Date Location Opposition Result Tournament Report
6 February 2010 Tbilisi  Georgia 3–77 2008-2010 European Nations Cup First Division
also 2011 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification
Line up
Report
13 February 2010 Constanţa  Romania 5–67 2008-2010 European Nations Cup First Division
also 2011 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification
Line up
Report
27 February 2010 Heusenstamm  Portugal 0–69 2008-2010 European Nations Cup First Division
also 2011 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification
Line up
Report
12 March 2010 Sochi  Russia 11–48 2008-2010 European Nations Cup First Division
also 2011 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification
Line up
Report
20 March 2010 Heidelberg  Spain 17–21 2008-2010 European Nations Cup First Division
also 2011 Rugby World Cup - Europe qualification
Line up
20 November 2010 Frankfurt am Main  Poland 17–22 2010-12 European Nations Cup First Division Report
27 November 2010 Amsterdam  Netherlands 29–10 2010-12 European Nations Cup First Division Report
11 December 2010 Heidelberg  Hong Kong 34–13 Friendly Report
12 March 2011 Heidelberg  Czech Republic 23–29 2010-12 European Nations Cup First Division Report
19 March 2011 Brussels  Belgium 25–28 2010-12 European Nations Cup First Division Report
2 April 2011 Chişinău  Moldova 15–28 2010-12 European Nations Cup First Division Report
12 November 2011 Hannover  Netherlands 23–7 2010-12 European Nations Cup First Division Report
19 November 2011 Gdańsk  Poland 8–34 2010-12 European Nations Cup First Division Report
10 March 2012 Prague  Czech Republic 20–17 2010-12 European Nations Cup First Division Report
17 March 2012 Heusenstamm  Belgium 29–30 2010-12 European Nations Cup First Division Report
24 March 2012 Heidelberg  Moldova 40–7 2010-12 European Nations Cup First Division Report
27 October 2012 Berlin  Ukraine 46–28 2012-14 European Nations Cup First Division Report
3 November 2012 Gdańsk  Poland 13–22 2012-14 European Nations Cup First Division Report
17 November 2012 Heidelberg  Moldova 32–14 2012-14 European Nations Cup First Division Report
9 March 2013 Prague  Czech Republic 27–8 2012-14 European Nations Cup First Division Report
6 April 2013 Hamburg  Sweden 73–17 2012-14 European Nations Cup First Division Report
26 October 2013 Kharkiv  Ukraine 28–16 2012-14 European Nations Cup First Division Report
9 November 2013 Berlin  Poland 43–13 2012-14 European Nations Cup First Division Report
16 November 2013 Chișinău  Moldova 15–30 2012-14 European Nations Cup First Division Report
5 April 2014 Heidelberg  Czech Republic 76–12 2012-14 European Nations Cup First Division Report
26 April 2014 Stockholm  Sweden 45–20 2012-14 European Nations Cup First Division Report
10 May 2014 Amsterdam  Netherlands 17-7 2015 Rugby World Cup – Europe qualification Report
24 May 2014 Hamburg  Russia 20–31 2015 Rugby World Cup – Europe qualification Report
29 October 2014 Windhoek  Namibia 20–58 Friendly
7 February 2015 Heusenstamm  Georgia 8–64 2014-16 European Nations Cup First Division Report
14 February 2015 Pforzheim  Russia 22–46 2014-16 European Nations Cup First Division Report
28 February 2015 Lisbon  Portugal 3–11 2014-16 European Nations Cup First Division Report
14 March 2015 Heidelberg  Romania 12–17 2014-16 European Nations Cup First Division Report
21 March 2015 Madrid  Spain 16–48 2014-16 European Nations Cup First Division Report
28 November 2015 Blumenau  Brazil 29–12 Friendly Report
4 December 2015 São Paulo  Brazil 31–7 Friendly
6 February 2016 Tbilisi  Georgia 7–59 2014-16 European Nations Cup First Division Report
13 February 2016 Sochi  Russia 20–46 2014-16 European Nations Cup First Division Report
27 February 2016 Hanover  Portugal 50–27 2014-16 European Nations Cup First Division Report
12 March 2016 Iași  Romania 7–61 2014-16 European Nations Cup First Division Report
19 March 2016 Cologne  Spain 17–17 2014-16 European Nations Cup First Division Report

Matches against other teams[edit]

This list is incomplete

Date Location Opposition Result Tournament
8 September 1956 London Harlequin F.C. 8–26 Friendly
19 March 2000 Hannover Flag of the British Army.svg British Army 26–9 Friendly
12 August 2000 Hannover Barbarian F.C. 19–47 Friendly
27 April 2002 Heidelberg  Canada Under 23 14–20 Friendly
1 April 2006 Brandenburg  Welsh Districts XV 36–16 Friendly
24 February 2007 Pontypridd  Welsh Districts XV 24–13 Friendly
8 November 2008 Berlin  Welsh Districts XV 14–27 Friendly
5 March 2011 Frankfurt  New Zealand Ambassadors 19–43 Friendly
5 November 2011 Frankfurt  New Zealand Ambassadors 19–17 Friendly
13 October 2012 Frankfurt  New Zealand Ambassadors 22–20 Friendly
23 February 2013 Heidelberg  Welsh Student XV 17–35 Friendly
5 October 2013 Frankfurt  New Zealand Ambassadors 20–3 Friendly
11 October 2014 Pforzheim  New Zealand Ambassadors 21–19 Friendly
24 January 2015 Galway Connacht Eagles 7–50 Friendly
3 October 2015 Heidelberg La Rochelle 10–66 Friendly
  • German wins in bold.
  • Locations of German home games in bold.

Record of international matches[edit]

Germany 1927 to 1940[edit]

German test matches prior to 1945
Country First Match Overall Won Tie Lost
 France 1927 15 2 0 13
 Spain 1929 2 2 0 0
 Czechoslovakia 1931 2 2 0 0
 Netherlands 1933 4 4 0 0
 Italy 1936 6 4 0 2
 Romania 1936 3 3 0 0
 Belgium 1937 1 1 0 0
Overall record until 1940 33 18 0 15

Federal Republic of Germany[edit]

As of 20 March 2016:

1952 to present
Country First Match Played Won Tie Lost  % Won
 Belgium 1952 26 18 1 7 69%
 Italy 1952 14 0 1 13 0%
 Spain 1952 19 6 2 11 32%
 France 1954 27 0 1 26 0%
 Czechoslovakia 1957 12 2 1 9 17%
 Romania 1958 13 1 0 12 8%
 Netherlands 1958 36 22 1 13 61%
 Poland 1958 17 8 0 9 47%
 Yugoslavia 1974 6 5 1 0 83%
 Portugal 1974 10 4 0 6 40%
 Morocco 1975 10 3 0 7 30%
 Sweden 1977 9 6 0 3 67%
 Soviet Union 1977 5 1 0 4 20%
  Switzerland 1978 5 5 0 0 100%
 Tunisia 1981 4 2 0 2 50%
 Denmark 1985 9 8 0 1 89%
 Western Samoa 1989 1 0 0 1 0%
 Bulgaria 1990 1 1 0 0 100%
 Namibia 1990 3 0 0 3 0%
 Russia 1992 8 0 0 8 0%
 Latvia 1993 2 2 0 0 100%
 Lithuania 1993 1 1 0 0 100%
 Czech Republic 1994 9 7 0 2 78%
 Georgia 1995 5 0 0 5 0%
 Andorra 1997 1 1 0 0 100%
 Luxembourg 1998 2 2 0 0 100%
 Ukraine 2000 8 4 1 3 50%
 Croatia 2000 3 1 1 1 33%
 Moldova 2004 7 4 0 3 57%
 Austria 2005 1 1 0 0 100%
 Malta 2005 1 1 0 0 100%
 Serbia and Montenegro 2005 1 1 0 0 100%
 Hong Kong 2009 2 2 0 0 100%
 Brazil 2015 2 2 0 0 100%
Overall record 1952–2016 280 121 10 149 43%
Unofficial matches against British forces in Germany
1952 to 1999
Selection Years Overall Won Tie Lost
Flag of the British Army.svg British Army of the Rhine 1952–1983 33 12 4 17
Air Force Ensign of the United Kingdom.svg Royal Air Force Germany 1955–1982 26 14 4 8
Government Ensign of the United Kingdom.svg British Forces Germany 1995–1999 5 3 0 2
Overall Record 1952–1999 64 29 8 27

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ List of Germany results (German) DRV website. Retrieved 19 March 2011
  2. ^ Statsguru / Team analysis / Germany / Test matches scrum.com. Retrieved 19 March 2011

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