- First test : 1990
- Wiki page : View page
- Number of teams (est) : 100
- Website : View page
- Results : View result history
The Black Ferns are the current Women's Rugby World Cup champions. They won four consecutive World Cups, winning the first International Rugby Board (IRB)-sponsored Cup in 1998, the 2002 World Cup in Barcelona, the 2006 World Cup in Edmonton, Canada, and the 2010 World Cup in London, before losing in 2014 and winning it back in 2017. The Black Ferns have participated in most WRWC events since its inauguration in 1991, only missing the 1994 Championship in Scotland. They also won the Canada Cup in 1996, 2000, and 2005. The NZ Sevens team are the reigning World Champions.
- Friday January 21st 2022read more
Details for New Zealand's newest women's competition 'Sky Super Rugby Aupiki' have been released...
- Tuesday January 11th 2022read more
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- Wednesday December 15th 2021read more
New Zealand women's players won big in the country's prestigious ASB Rugby Awards this week. ...
- Saturday November 20th 2021read more
France beat an improved New Zealand team 29-7 in front of a packed house in Castres.
- Wednesday November 17th 2021read more
Ali Donnelly reflects on New Zealand's struggles this Autumn.
- Saturday November 13th 2021read more
New Zealand fell to their third defeat of the Autumn with France too good in Pau, winning 38-13...
- Sunday November 07th 2021read more
England ran out 56-15 winners over New Zealand as they inflicted back-to-back defeats on the...
- Sunday October 31st 2021read more
A crowd of 9,748 at Sandy Park, Exeter saw a superb all-round performance by England that...