Czech Republic national rugby union team

The Czech rugby union team represents the Czech Republic in the sport of Rugby Union. She is playing in Division 1B of the European Nations Cup and could yet qualify for any World Cup. Czech Republic is classified by the World Association International Rugby Board in the third strength class ( third tier ).

The first game after the division of Czechoslovakia denied the team on 15 May 1993 against Andorra and lost with 3:6. A year later they suffered their heaviest defeat in the young history of 8:104 against Italy. In the season 2006/ 08 Czech Republic reached the first division of the European Nations Cup, but was beaten in all ten games and immediately rose again. The team has a few professionals who play in France. The most famous among them is the captain Martin Jagr, who plays in the first division at RC Toulon.


Results at World Championships

  • World Cup 1987: did not participate
  • World Cup 1991: did not participate
  • World Cup 1995: not qualified
  • World Cup 1999: not qualified
  • World Cup 2003: not qualified
  • World Cup 2007: not qualified (4th qualifying round)