|Union||Česká Rugbyová Unie|
|World Rugby ranking|
|Current||44 (as of 23 November 2020)|
| Czech Republic 5-5 Austria |
(Vienna, Austria 5 June 2004)
| Czech Republic 40-0 Eastern Germany |
(Prague, Czech Republic 8 November 2009)
| Spain 97-0 Czech Republic |
(Madrid, Spain 9 October 2016)
The Czech Republic women's national rugby union team first played in 2004.
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(Full internationals only)
See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering
|2004-06-05||Austria||5-5||Czech Republic||Hohe Warte, Vienna||[1/1/1]|
|2005-04-30||Austria||5-5||Czech Republic||Hohe Warte, Vienna||[2/2/2]|
|2013-06-29||Czech Republic||15-27||Switzerland||Smichov Stadium, Prague||[3/4/1]|
|2014-06-29 RET||Czech Republic||3-32||Switzerland||Prague, Czech Republic||[5/7/3]|
|2015-10-29||Belgium||20-3||Czech Republic||Unterägeri, Switzerland||[42/6/1]|
|2015-11-01||Czech Republic||15-41||Russia||Unterägeri, Switzerland||[7/43/1]|
|2016-10-09 WCQ||Spain||97-0||Czech Republic||Complutense, Madrid||[114/8/1]|
|2016-10-12 WCQ||Belgium||20-5||Czech Republic||Complutense, Madrid||[34/9/2]|
|2016-10-15 WCQ||Switzerland||24-12||Czech Republic||Complutense, Madrid||[15/10/3]|
|2018-11-17 RET||Switzerland||5–10||Czech Republic||Yverdon-les-Bains, Suisse|||
|2019-03-16 RET||Czech Republic||15–0||Finland||Prague, Czechia|||
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