2009 in rugby union

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Here is the complete list of fixtures and results of test match rugby in 2009. All major international competitions, such as the Tri Nations and the Six Nations Championship, continue, as does the qualification process for the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

International competitions[edit]

Worldwide[edit]

Africa[edit]

Asia[edit]

Europe[edit]

North America[edit]

Oceania[edit]

South America[edit]

Major club competitions[edit]

Europe[edit]

Southern Hemisphere[edit]

Australia[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

South Africa[edit]

International results[edit]

  • Complete list of fixtures involving national teams during 2009.
  • • - International Friendly (a fixture not affiliated to any international tournament.)
  • ♦ - World Cup Qualifying matches.

January[edit]

Date Match Venue Result
31-Jan-2009  Monaco -  Azerbaijan

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Menton (France) 38-12

February[edit]

Date Match Venue Result
7-Feb-2009  Germany -  Georgia

Report

Fritz-Grunebaum-Sportpark, Heidelberg (Germany) 5-38
7-Feb-2009  Spain -  Romania

Report

Estadio Universidad Complutense, Madrid (Spain) 10-19
7-Feb-2009  Portugal -  Russia

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Estádio Universitário, Lisbon (Portugal) 14-18
7-Feb-2009  England -  Italy

Report

Twickenham, London (England) 36-11
7-Feb-2009  Ireland -  France Report Croke Park, Dublin (Ireland) 30-21
8-Feb-2009  Scotland -  Wales Report Murrayfield, Edinburgh (Scotland) 13-26
14-Feb-2009  Georgia -  Portugal

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Boris Paichadze Stadium, Tbilisi (Georgia) 20-20
14-Feb-2009  Germany -  Romania

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Fritz-Grunebaum-Sportpark, Heidelberg (Germany) 0-22
14-Feb-2009  France -  Scotland Report Stade de France, Saint-Denis (France) 22-13
14-Feb-2009  Wales -  England Report Millennium Stadium, Cardiff (Wales) 23-15
15-Feb-2009  Italy -  Ireland

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Stadio Flaminio, Rome (Italy) 9-38
21-Feb-2009  Portugal -  Germany

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Estádio Universitário, Lisbon (Portugal) 44-6
27-Feb-2009  France -  Wales

Report

Stade de France, Saint-Denis (France) 21-16
28-Feb-2009  Spain -  Georgia

Report

Estadio Universidad Complutense, Madrid (Spain) 11-55
28-Feb-2009  Romania -  Russia

Report

Stadionul Naţional de Rugby, Bucharest (Romania) 19-28
28-Feb-2009  Scotland -  Italy

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Murrayfield, Edinburgh (Scotland) 26-6
28-Feb-2009  Ireland -  England

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Croke Park, Dublin (Ireland) 14-13

March[edit]

Date Match Venue Result
14-Mar-2009  Italy -  Wales

Report

Stadio Flaminio, Rome (Italy) 15–20
14-Mar-2009  Scotland -  Ireland

Report

Murrayfield, Edinburgh (Scotland) 15–22
14-Mar-2009  Georgia -  Romania

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Boris Paichadze Stadium, Tbilisi (Georgia) 28–23
14-Mar-2009   Switzerland -  Andorra

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Bern (Switzerland) 32–9
14-Mar-2009  Cyprus -  Slovakia

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Limassol (Cyprus) 33–7
14-Mar-2009  Belgium -  Czech Republic

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Brussels (Belgium) 15–15
15-Mar-2009  England -  France

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Twickenham, London (England) 34-10
15-Mar-2009  Portugal -  Spain

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Estádio Universitário, Lisbon (Portugal) 24-19
21-Mar-2009  Italy -  France

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Stadio Flaminio, Rome (Italy) 8–50
21-Mar-2009  England -  Scotland

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Twickenham, London (England) 26–12
21-Mar-2009  Wales -  Ireland

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Millennium Stadium, Cardiff (Wales) 15–17
21-Mar-2009  Romania -  Portugal

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Stadionul Naţional de Rugby, Bucharest (Romania) 21–22
21-Mar-2009  Andorra -  Armenia

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Andorra la Vella (Andorra) 36–10
21-Mar-2009  Israel -  Luxembourg

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Wingate Institute, Netanya (Israel) 30–0
21-Mar-2009  Slovakia -  Monaco

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Bratislava (Slovakia) 11–10
21-Mar-2009  Bosnia and Herzegovina -  Cyprus

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Zenica (Bosnia and Herzegovina) 6–8
21-Mar-2009  Ukraine -  Czech Republic

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Odessa (Ukraine) 20–10
22-Mar-2009  Russia -  Georgia

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Illichivets Stadium, Mariupol (Ukraine) 21–29
22-Mar-2009  Laos -  Brunei

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Savannakhet National Stadium, Vientiane (Laos) 28–8
25-Mar-2009  Cambodia -  Brunei

Report

Savannakhet National Stadium, Vientiane (Laos) 10–21
28-Mar-2009  Laos -  Cambodia

Report

Savannakhet National Stadium, Vientiane (Laos) 8–3

April[edit]

Date Match Venue Result
4-Apr-2009  Latvia -  Lithuania

Report

Carnikava (Latvia) 12-55
4-Apr-2009   Switzerland -  Serbia

Report

Nyon (Switzerland) 6-12
8-Apr-2009  Chinese Taipei -  Sri Lanka

Report

The Sevens, Dubai (United Arab Emirates) 36–24
8-Apr-2009 Arabian Gulf -  Thailand

Report

The Sevens, Dubai (United Arab Emirates) 36–17
11-Apr-2009  Denmark -  Norway

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Odense (Denmark) 20-18
11-Apr-2009  Greece -  Bulgaria

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Alexandroupoli (Greece) 41-18
11-Apr-2009  Thailand -  Sri Lanka

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The Sevens, Dubai (United Arab Emirates) 17–51
11-Apr-2009 Arabian Gulf -  Chinese Taipei

Report

The Sevens, Dubai (United Arab Emirates) 44–24
18-Apr-2009  Netherlands -  Sweden

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Amsterdam (Netherlands) 36-24
18-Apr-2009  Latvia -  Malta

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Riga (Latvia) 19-32
18-Apr-2009  Hungary -  Austria

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Esztergom (Hungary) 25-13
25-Apr-2009  Japan -  Kazakhstan

Report

Kintetsu Hanazono Rugby Stadium, Osaka (Japan) 87–10
25-Apr-2009  South Korea -  Singapore

Report

Tancheon Sports Complex, Seongnam (South Korea) 65–0
25-Apr-2009  Malta -  Netherlands

Report

Paola (Malta) 7-29
25-Apr-2009  Croatia -  Latvia

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Makarska (Croatia) 21-13
25-Apr-2009  Austria -  Denmark

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Linz (Austria) 6-27
25-Apr-2009  Slovenia -  Norway

Report

Ljubljana (Slovenia) 14-10
25-Apr-2009  Bulgaria -  Finland

Report

Pernik (Bulgaria) 29-10
25-Apr-2009  Luxembourg -  Greece

Report

Luxembourg (city) (Luxembourg) 14-17
25-Apr-2009  Chile -  Brazil

Report

TBA, Santiago (Chile) 79–3
25-Apr-2009  Uruguay -  Paraguay

Report

Estadio Charrúa, Montevideo (Uruguay) 85–7
29-Apr-2009  Uruguay -  Brazil

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Estadio Charrúa, Montevideo (Uruguay) 71–3
29-Apr-2009  Chile -  Paraguay

Report

Estadio Charrúa, Montevideo (Uruguay) 34–13

May[edit]

Date Match Venue Result
2-May-2009  Hong Kong -  Japan

Report

Hong Kong Football Club Stadium (Hong Kong) 6–59
2-May-2009  Kazakhstan -  South Korea

Report

Central Stadium, Almaty (Kazakhstan) 30–27
2-May-2009  Brazil -  Paraguay

Report

Estadio Charrúa, Montevideo (Uruguay) 36–21
2-May-2009  Uruguay -  Chile

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Estadio Charrúa, Montevideo (Uruguay) 46–9
2-May-2009  Croatia -  Sweden

Report

TBC (Croatia) 23–13
2-May-2009  Germany -  Russia

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TBC, Hanover (Germany) 0–53
2-May-2009  Lithuania -  Serbia

Report

TBC (Lithuania) 50–9
9-May-2009  Singapore -  Kazakhstan

Report

Yio Chu Kang Stadium (Singapore) 19–22
9-May-2009  South Korea -  Hong Kong

Report

Tancheon Sports Complex, Seongnam (South Korea) 36–34
9-May-2009  Armenia -  Lithuania

Report

TBC (Armenia) 19–24
9-May-2009  Ukraine -  Moldova

Report

Odessa (Ukraine) 32-0
9-May-2009  Israel -  Slovenia

Report

Israel 26-19
16-May-2009  Japan -  South Korea

Report

Kintetsu Hanazono Rugby Stadium, Osaka (Japan) 80–9
16-May-2009  Moldova -  Poland

Report

Chişinău (Moldova) 28–30
16-May-2009  Hong Kong -  Singapore

Report

Hong Kong Football Club Stadium (Hong Kong) 64–6
23-May-2009  Singapore -  Japan

Report

Yio Chu Kang Stadium (Singapore) 15–45
23-May-2009  Cambodia -  Laos

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Phnom Penh (Cambodia) 24-8
23-May-2009  Israel -  Lithuania

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Israel 3–19
23-May-2009  Canada -  Ireland

Report

Thunderbird Stadium, Vancouver (Canada) 6–25
24-May-2009  Kazakhstan -  Hong Kong

Report

Central Stadium, Almaty (Kazakhstan) 25–6
30-May-2009  Poland -  Belgium

Report

Polonia Stadium, Warsaw (Poland) 14–3
30-May-2009  Canada -  Wales

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York Stadium, Toronto (Canada) 23–32
31-May-2009  United States -  Ireland

Report

Buck Shaw Stadium, Santa Clara (United States) 10–27

June[edit]

Date Match Venue Result
3-June-2009  China -  Pakistan

Report

UITM Mini Stadium, Shah Alam (Malaysia) 25–19
3-June-2009  Malaysia -  India

Report

UITM Mini Stadium, Shah Alam (Malaysia) 43–29
6-June-2009  Pakistan -  India

Report

UITM Mini Stadium, Shah Alam (Malaysia) 3–44
6-June-2009  Malaysia -  China

Report

UITM Mini Stadium, Shah Alam (Malaysia) 43–15
6-June-2009  Lithuania -  Netherlands

Report

Vilnius (Lithuania) 6–3
6-June-2009  Canada -  Georgia

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Infinity Park, Glendale (United States) 42–10
6-June-2009  England -  Argentina

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Old Trafford, Manchester (England) 37–15
6-June-2009  United States -  Wales

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Toyota Park, Bridgeview (United States) 15–48
9-June-2009  Mongolia -  Kyrgyzstan

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Yoshlik Stadium, Tashkent (Uzbekistan) 21–38
12-June-2009  Romania -  Uruguay

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Stadionul Naţional de Rugby, Bucharest (Romania) 17–11
13-June-2009  Tonga -  Fiji

Report

Nuku'alofa (Tonga) 22-36
13-June-2009  New Zealand -  France

Report

Carisbrook, Dunedin (New Zealand) 22–27
13-June-2009  Australia -  Italy

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Canberra Stadium, Canberra (Australia) 31–8
13-June-2009  Uzbekistan -  Kyrgyzstan

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Yoshlik Stadium, Tashkent (Uzbekistan) 31–12
13-June-2009  Uganda -  Tunisia

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Kampala (Uganda) 17–41
13-June-2009  Argentina -  England

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Padre Ernesto Martearena, Salta (Argentina) 24–22
14-June-2009  Ivory Coast -  Namibia

Report

Stade Ohamproux, Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire) 13–13
18-June-2009  Samoa -  Japan

Report

Lawaqa Park, Sigatoka (Fiji) 34–15
20-June-2009  Australia -  Italy

Report

Etihad Stadium, Melbourne (Australia) 34–12
20-June-2009  New Zealand -  France

Report

Westpac Stadium, Wellington (New Zealand) 14–10
21-June-2009  Russia -  Uruguay

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Stadionul Naţional de Rugby, Bucharest (Romania) 29–26
21-June-2009  United States -  Georgia

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Dick's Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City (United States) 31–13
23-June-2009  Tonga -  Samoa

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Churchill Park, Lautoka (Fiji) 13–27
27-June-2009  Tonga -  Japan

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Churchill Park, Lautoka (Fiji) 19–21
27-June-2009  Fiji -  Samoa

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Churchill Park, Lautoka (Fiji) 19-14
27-June-2009  Australia -  France

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ANZ Stadium, Sydney (Australia) 22–6
27-June-2009  New Zealand -  Italy

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AMI Stadium, Christchurch (New Zealand) 27–6
27-June-2009  Cook Islands -  Niue

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Growers Stadium, Pukekohe (New Zealand) 29-7
27-June-2009  Papua New Guinea -  Vanuatu

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Lloyd Robson Oval, Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea) 86–12
27-June-2009  Namibia -  Ivory Coast

Report

Hage Geingob Rugby Stadium, Windhoek (Namibia) 54–14
27-June-2009  Tunisia -  Uganda

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Stade El Menzah, Tunis (Tunisia) 38–13

July[edit]

Date Match Venue Result
1-July-2009  Guam -  Indonesia

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TBA Manila (Philippines) 23–3
1-July-2009  Philippines -  Iran

Report

TBA Manila (Philippines) 15–0
3-July-2009  Fiji -  Japan

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Suva (Fiji) 40–39
4-July-2009  Papua New Guinea -  Cook Islands

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Lloyd Robson Oval, Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea) 29–21
4-July-2009  Indonesia -  Iran

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Nomads Sporting Club, Manila (Philippines) 13–48
4-July-2009  Philippines -  Guam

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Nomads Sporting Club, Manila (Philippines) 25–0
4-July-2009  United States -  Canada

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Blackbaud Stadium, Charleston (United States) 12–6
8-July-2009  Kenya -  Senegal Casablanca (Morocco) 22–7
8-July-2009  Morocco -  Cameroon Casablanca (Morocco) 12–0
10-July-2009  Niger -  Benin Tsévié (Togo)
10-July-2009  Togo -  Mali Tsévié (Togo) 6–5
11-July-2009  Samoa -  Papua New Guinea Apia Park, Apia (Samoa) 115–7
11-July-2009  Morocco -  Kenya Safi (Morocco) 29-11
11-July-2009  Cameroon -  Senegal Safi (Morocco) 3-11
11-July-2009  Nigeria -  Burkina Faso Tsévié (Togo)
11-July-2009  Ghana -  Chad Tsévié (Togo)
11-July-2009  Canada -  United States Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton (Canada) 41–18
12-July-2009  Niger -  Mali Tsévié (Togo)
12-July-2009  Togo -  Benin Tsévié (Togo)
13-July-2009  Nigeria -  Ghana Tsévié (Togo)
13-July-2009  Burkina Faso -  Chad Tsévié (Togo)
14-July-2009  Niger -  Togo Tsévié (Togo)
14-July-2009  Mali -  Benin Tsévié (Togo)
15-July-2009  Burkina Faso -  Ghana Tsévié (Togo)
15-July-2009  Nigeria -  Chad Tsévié (Togo)
18-July-2009  Papua New Guinea -  Samoa Lloyd Robson Oval, Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea)
18-July-2009  New Zealand -  Australia Eden Park, Auckland (New Zealand) 22–16
20-July-2009  Madagascar -  Mauritius Gaborone (Botswana)
20-July-2009  Botswana -  Tanzania Gaborone (Botswana)
20-July-2009  Zambia -  Réunion Gaborone (Botswana)
25-July-2009  South Africa -  New Zealand Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein (South Africa) 28–19

August[edit]

Date Match Venue Result
1-August-2009  South Africa -  New Zealand ABSA Stadium, Durban (South Africa) 31–19
8-August-2009  South Africa -  Australia Newlands, Cape Town (South Africa) 29–17
22-August-2009  Australia -  New Zealand ANZ Stadium, Sydney (Australia) 18–19
29-August-2009  Australia -  South Africa Subiaco Oval, Perth (Australia) 25–32

September[edit]

Date Match Venue Result
5-September-2009  Australia -  South Africa Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane (Australia) 21–6
12-September-2009  New Zealand -  South Africa Waikato Stadium, Hamilton (New Zealand) 29–32
19-September-2009  New Zealand -  Australia Westpac Stadium, Wellington (New Zealand) 33–6
22-September-2009  Barbados -  Bermuda Gamson Savannah (Barbados) 5–47
26-September-2009  Trinidad and Tobago -  Bermuda University of the West Indies Ground, Saint Augustine (Trinidad and Tobago) 32–19

Other Test Match results[edit]

Date Match Venue Result
30-May-2009  England - Barbarians Twickenham, London (England) 26–33
6-June-2009  Australia - Barbarians Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney (Australia) 55–7
20-June-2009  Argentina - French Barbarians Vélez Sársfield, Buenos Aires (Argentina) 32–18
20-June-2009  South Africa - British and Irish Lions ABSA Stadium, Durban (South Africa) 26–21
27-June-2009  South Africa - British and Irish Lions Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria (South Africa) 28–25
4-July-2009  South Africa - British and Irish Lions Coca-Cola Park, Johannesburg (South Africa) 9–28

References[edit]

See also[edit]