Azerbaijan national rugby union team

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Azerbaijan
Union Azerbaijan Rugby Union
Coach(es) Malkhaz Cheishvili
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First international
Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  Bosnia and Herzegovina 36–17 Azerbaijan  Flag of Azerbaijan.svg
(16 April 2005)
Largest win
Flag of Azerbaijan.svg  Azerbaijan 11 – 8 Bosnia and Herzegovina  Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg
(30 April 2005)
Largest defeat
Flag of Cyprus.svg  Cyprus 59 – 0 Azerbaijan  Flag of Azerbaijan.svg
(6 March 2010)
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Azerbaijan playing Bosnia

The Azerbaijan national rugby union team competes in division 3D of the European Nations Cup. Azerbaijan have yet to qualify for the Rugby World Cup.

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Record

AgainstPlayedWonLostDrawnWin percentage
Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  Bosnia and Herzegovina 615016.66%
Flag of Cyprus.svg  Cyprus 20200%
Flag of Greece.svg  Greece 20200%
Flag of Israel.svg  Israel 10100%
Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg 10100%
Flag of Monaco.svg  Monaco 10100%
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 10100%
Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia 20200%
Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey 10100%
Total1711605.88%

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