Spain at the Rugby World Cup

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Spain's only Rugby World Cup appearance was in 1999 when they competed in Pool A against South Africa (Springboks), Scotland and Uruguay. Spain lost all three games, and finished the tournament ranked 18th out of 20 teams.

Spain has not hosted any Rugby World Cup games.

Qualifying[edit]

By matches[edit]

1999 Rugby World Cup[edit]

Pool 1 matches

Team Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
 South Africa 3 0 0 132 35 6
 Scotland 2 0 1 120 58 4
 Uruguay 1 0 2 42 97 2
 Spain 0 0 3 18 122 0


1999-10-16
Scotland  48 – 0  Spain
Tries: Cameron Mather (2), James McLaren, Shaun Longstaff, Duncan Hodge, Cameron Murray
Con: Duncan Hodge (5)
Pen: Duncan Hodge
Murrayfield, Edinburgh
Referee: Clayton Thomas Wales

Overall record[edit]

 Country Pld W D L F A +/- %
 Uruguay 1 - - 1 15 27 -12 0
 South Africa 1 - - 1 3 47 -44 0
 Scotland 1 - - 1 0 48 -48 0
TOTAL 3 - - 3 18 122 -104 0

Team Records[edit]

Most Points Scored
Most Points Conceded
Worst Losing Margin

Individual Records[edit]

Most Points
Most Points in a Game
Most Tries
Most Drop Goals

References[edit]