- First test : 1989
- Wiki page : View page
- Number of teams (est) : 30
- Website : View page
- Results : View result history
Scottish Women’s Rugby has been part of Scottish Rugby, the national governing body for rugby in Scotland, since the integration of the Scottish Women’s Rugby Union (SWRU) and the Scottish Rugby Union (SRU) in June 2009. Previous to that the SWRU had been responsible for running the women's game since 1993. Scotland compete in both the 6 Nations and European Championships and have competed in three Women’s Rugby World Cups, hosting the 1994 edition.
- Friday February 25th 2022read more
Scotland have qualified for the World Cup – and will appear in the finals for the first time...
- Wednesday February 16th 2022read more
It’s the tournament that at times we feared might never happen. Endlessly delayed and put back...
- Monday November 22nd 2021read more
Scotland will face Colombia and Samoa will face Kazakhstan or Hong Kong in the semi-finals of...
- Sunday November 14th 2021read more
Scotland ran out comfortable 36-12 winners against Japan this evening, but may have as much to...
- Thursday September 16th 2021read more
This weekend sees the first post-Olympic women’s international sevens with the Fast Fours in...
- Thursday September 02nd 2021read more
Details about the European world cup qualifier have been published.
- Sunday June 06th 2021read more
Russia have won the first round of the European Championship, beating Spain in the final...
- Monday May 17th 2021read more
Great Britain put in some great performances, but France still finished on top at the three-day...