Denmark women's national rugby union team

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Denmark
UnionDansk Rugby Union
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First colours
World Rugby ranking
Current29 (as of 23 November 2020)
First international
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 0-113 Netherlands  Flag of the Netherlands.svg
( Amsterdam, Netherlands 8 May 2003)
Biggest win
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 17-0 Norwegian Barbarians  Flag of Norway.svg
( Copenhagen, Denmark 1 November 2003)
Biggest defeat
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 141-3 Denmark  Flag of Denmark.svg
( Toulouse, France 2 May 2004)

The Denmark women's national rugby union team are a national sporting side of Denmark, representing them at rugby union. The side first played in 2003.

Contents

History

Results summary

(Full internationals only)

Rugby: Denmark internationals 2003-
OpponentFirst gamePlayedWonDrawnLostPercentage
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 200410010.00%
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 200320020.00%
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 2003201125.00%
Summary2003501410.00%

Results

See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering

Full internationals

[415]
2003-05-08 (FIRA) Denmark  Flag of Denmark.svg0-113 Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands [1/61/1]
[417]
2003-05-11 (FIRA) Denmark  Flag of Denmark.svg10-10 Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Amsterdam, Netherlands [2/2/1]
[445]
2004-05-02 (FIRA) Denmark  Flag of Denmark.svg3-141 Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Toulouse, France [3/62/2]
[448]
2004-05-05 (FIRA) Denmark  Flag of Denmark.svg0-47 Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Toulouse, France [4/41/1]
[460]
2004-05-08 (FIRA) Denmark  Flag of Denmark.svg5-8 Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Toulouse, France [5/5/2]

Other matches

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2003-05-03 Denmark  Flag of Denmark.svg0-37 Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden A Copenhagen [-/-/-]
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2003-11-01 Denmark  Flag of Denmark.svg17-0 Flag of Norway.svg  Norwegian Barbarians Copenhagen [-/-/-]

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