|Union||Kazakhstan Rugby Union|
|Head coach||Ali Black|
|World Rugby ranking|
|Current||15 (as of 23 November 2020)|
| Kazakhstan 10-11 Germany |
( Hanover, Germany 31 October 1993)
| Kazakhstan 67-0 Thailand |
( Bangkok, Thailand 3 June 2005)
| England 82-0 Kazakhstan |
( Guildford, England 24 August 2010)
|Appearances||6 (First in 1994)|
|Best result||9th place, 1998|
The Kazakhstan women's national rugby union team is nicknamed the Nomads. It is controlled by the Kazakhstan Rugby Union.
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Kazakhstan won the 2014 Asian Four Nations Championship in Hong Kong.
(Full internationals only)
See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering
|1994-04-13 (WC)||Kazakhstan||8-29||Wales||Edinburgh Academicals RFC||[2/16/1]|
|1994-04-15 (WC)||Canada||28-0||Kazakhstan||Edinburgh Academicals RFC||[11/3/1]|
|1994-04-21 (WC)||Kazakhstan||31-12||Sweden||Stirling County||[5/13/1]|
|1999-04-19 (FIRA)||France||28-0||Kazakhstan||Belluno, Italy||[54/18/2]|
|1999-04-21 (FIRA)||Netherlands||0-24||Kazakhstan||Belluno, Italy||[41/19/1]|
|1999-04-24 (FIRA)||Wales||13-18||Kazakhstan||Belluno, Italy||[43/20/3]|
|2000-05-08 (FIRA)||England||41-3||Kazakhstan||Vera, Spain||[60/21/1]|
|2000-05-10 (FIRA)||Ireland||15-31||Kazakhstan||Vera, Spain||[32/22/3]|
|2000-05-13 (FIRA)||Wales||6-3||Kazakhstan||Vera, Spain||[50/23/4]|
|2001-05-06 (FIRA)||England||29-15||Kazakhstan||Tourcoing, France||[71/24/2]|
|2001-05-10 (FIRA)||Italy||0-20||Kazakhstan||Lille, France||[31/25/1]|
|2001-05-12 (FIRA)||Wales||beat||Kazakhstan||Lille, France||[58/26/5]|
|2006-08-31 (WC)||Kazakhstan||0-20||Samoa||Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton||[33/9/2]|
|2006-09-04 (WC)||Kazakhstan||17-32||Scotland||St. Albert Rugby Park, St. Albert||[34/97/1]|
|2006-09-08 (WC)||Canada||45-5||Kazakhstan||Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton||[58/35/2]|
|2006-09-12 (WC)||Spain||17-12||Kazakhstan||Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton||[77/1/36]|
|2006-09-16 (WC)||Kazakhstan||36-0||South Africa||Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton||[37/11/1]|
|2008-06-05 (AC)||Kazakhstan||64-3||Uzbekistan||Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan||[40/2/1]|
|2008-06-07 (AC)||Kazakhstan||39-3||Japan||Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan||[41/23/3]|
|2009-11-04 (WCQ)||Hong Kong||14-58||Kazakhstan||Republic Polytechnic, Singapore||[12/42/1]|
|2009-11-06 (WCQ)||Japan||5-43||Kazakhstan||Padang, Singapore||[25/43/4]|
|2010-04-08||Kazakhstan||17-22||South Africa||Al Ain, Dubai||[44/16/2]|
|2010-04-10||Kazakhstan||0-38||South Africa||Al Ain, Dubai||[45/17/3]|
|2010-08-20 (WC)||Kazakhstan||0-51||United States||Surrey Sports Park, Guildford||[46/74/1]|
|2010-08-24 (WC)||England||82-0||Kazakhstan||Surrey Sports Park, Guildford||[165/47/3]|
|2010-08-28 (WC)||Ireland||37 – 3||Kazakhstan||Surrey Sports Park, Guildford||[105/48/4]|
|2010-09-01 (WC)||South Africa||25 – 10||Kazakhstan||Surrey Sports Park, Guildford||[23/49/4]|
|2010-09-05 (WC)||Kazakhstan||8 – 12||Sweden||Surrey Sports Park, Guildford||[50/69/4]|
|2011-05-14||Kazakhstan||58-3||Uzbekistan||Kazakh National University||[51/4/2]|
|2012-07-05 (AC)||Kazakhstan||51-0||China||Kunshan, China||[52/8/2]|
|2012-07-07 (AC)||Japan||8-17||Kazakhstan||Kunshan, China||[31/53/25]|
|2013-09-04 (AC)||Kazakhstan||91-7||Singapore||Almaty Central Stadium, Almaty, Kazakhstan||[54/19/1]|
|2013-09-07 (AC)||Kazakhstan||25-23||Japan||Almaty Central Stadium, Almaty, Kazakhstan||[55/33/26]|
|2014-05-18 (AC)||Hong Kong||10-13||Kazakhstan||Aberdeen Stadium, Aberdeen, Hong Kong||[27/56/2]|
|2014-05-21 (AC)||Kazakhstan||68-0||Singapore||Aberdeen Stadium, Aberdeen, Hong Kong||[57/23/2]|
|2014-05-24 (AC)||Kazakhstan||49-17||Japan||Aberdeen Stadium, Aberdeen, Hong Kong||[58/36/5]|
|2014-08-01 (WC)||New Zealand||79-5||Kazakhstan||CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 2||[72/59/1]|
|2014-08-05 (WC)||United States||47–7||Kazakhstan||CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 2||[97/60/2]|
|2014-08-09 (WC)||Ireland||40–5||Kazakhstan||CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 2||[129/61/5]|
|2014-08-13 (WC)||Spain||18–5||Kazakhstan||CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 1||[109/62/2]|
|2014-08-17 (WC)||Samoa||31–0||Kazakhstan||CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 1||[23/63/1]|
|2015-04-25 (AC)||Kazakhstan||40-0||Hong Kong||Almaty Central Stadium, Almaty, Kazakhstan||[64/28/3]|
|2015-05-09 (AC)||Japan||27-12||Kazakhstan||Level-5 Stadium, Fukuoka||[37/65/8]|
|1994-04-17 (WC)||Scottish Students||0-27||Kazakhstan||Kirkcaldy||[-/-/-]|
|2016-11-16||Hong Kong XV||25–22||Kazakhstan XV||King's Park, Hong Kong||[-/-/-]|
|2016-11-20||Hong Kong XV||37–10||Kazakhstan XV||King's Park, Hong Kong||[-/-/-]|
Squad to 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup:
Note: Flags indicate national union for the club/province as defined by World Rugby.
|Player||Position||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Club/province|
|Nigora Nurmatova||Hooker||23/01/1990 (24)||Almaty SRC|
|Irina Radzivil||Hooker||27/10/1979 (34)||Olymp SRC|
|Yelena Yevdokimova||Hooker||18/11/1989 (24)||Almaty SRC|
|Olga Bakhtiguzina||Prop||22/03/1990 (24)||Almaty SRC|
|Natalya Kamendrovskaya||Prop||17/04/1990 (24)||Almaty SRC|
|Yelena Muradova||Prop||31/01/1989 (25)||Almaty SRC|
|Yelena Rogacheva||Prop||07/11/1983 (30)||Taraz|
|Olga Sazonova||Prop||24/01/1986 (28)||Almaty SRC|
|Veronika Stepanyuga||Prop||12/11/1994 (19)||Almaty SRC|
|Svetlana Karatygina||Lock||11/05/1974 (40)||Almaty SRC|
|Yelena Kiryushina||Lock||02/01/1985 (29)||Almaty SRC|
|Marianna Balashova||Flanker||01/12/1984 (29)||Almaty SRC|
|Anastassiya Khamova||Flanker||19/04/1980 (34)||Almaty SRC|
|Symbat Zhamankulova||Flanker||16/06/1991 (23)||Olymp SRC|
|Amina Baratova||Scrum-half||10/09/1982 (31)||Almaty SRC|
|Karina Proskurina||Scrum-half||25/09/1990 (23)||Olymp SRC|
|Svetlana Klyuchnikova||Fly-half||27/06/1984 (30)||Almaty SRC|
|Balzhan Koishybayeva||Centre||22/01/1994 (20)||Almaty SRC|
|Lyudmila Matiyeva||Centre||14/11/1993 (20)||Almaty SRC|
|Oxana Shardina||Centre||23/03/1991 (23)||Olymp SRC|
|Anna Yakovleva||Centre||10/11/1983 (30)||Almaty SRC|
|Kundyzay Baktybayeva||Wing||27/03/1989 (25)||Almaty SRC|
|Lilya Bazyaruk||Wing||14/02/1989 (25)||Almaty SRC|
|Lyudmila Sapronova||Wing||17/10/1992 (21)||Olymp SRC|
|Aigerym Daurembayeva||Fullback||04/08/1980 (33)||Almaty SRC|
|Aigul Dairbayeva||Fullback||10/02/1993 (21)||Olymp SRC|
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