- First test : 1987
- Wiki page : View page
- Number of teams (est) : 100
- Website : View page
- Results : View result history
Officially formed in 1987, the Women's National Team (known as the Eagles) has been an international powerhouse since its inception. The Eagles won the first official Women's Rugby World Cup in 1991, and finished second in the two following World Cups (1994, 1998). The team finished sixth in the 2002 Women's Rugby World Cup. The Eagles have set the standard for international competition, leading an ensuing wave of women's rugby growth and game development worldwide.
- Tuesday November 23rd 2021read more
Former USA player Emilie Bydwell has been appointed as head coach of the USA women's 7s team,...
- Sunday November 21st 2021read more
A sixty-point second half by England overwhelmed the United States, the fifth best team in the...
- Friday November 12th 2021read more
After the toughest of weeks off the field, Ireland did their talking on it with a gutsy 20-10...
- Tuesday November 02nd 2021read more
Canada have won the first-ever Pacific Fours game, beating USA 15-9 in Glendale.
- Thursday October 21st 2021read more
Women's rugby has lost a true legend and pioneer of the sport with the sad death of Kathy Flores...
- Wednesday September 29th 2021read more
USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand will compete in an annual series – the Pacific Four...
- Monday September 27th 2021read more
Great Britain’s achieved a Fast Four double with a second series win in Edmonton following last...
- Thursday September 16th 2021read more
This weekend sees the first post-Olympic women’s international sevens with the Fast Fours in...