The Springbok Women's team first played in 2004. South Africa have appeared in three Women's Rugby World Cups since their debut in the 2006 tournament. After a four-year absence from international rugby, the Springbok Women embarked on their first international tour since the 2014 Rugby World Cup in November 2018 where they played three Tests in the UK. In 2019, the Bok Women qualified for the RWC in New Zealand in 2022, and played home Tests against Scotland and Spain. After no rugby in 2020, they returned to the field in two Tests against Kenya in 2021 before embarking on a year-end tour to Europe, and in 2022, they built up to the RWC with Tests against Zimbabwe, Namibia, Japan and Spain.
Last Updated: 06 Feb 2023
|There are currently no fixtures available.|