Czechoslovakia national rugby union team
|Union||Czechoslovak Rugby Union|
Germany 38 – 0 Czechoslovakia
(Leipzig, Germany; 9 November 1931)
| Czechoslovakia 56 – 4 East Germany
(Varna, Bulgaria; 18 September 1974)
| Romania 60 – 6 Czechoslovakia
(Bucharest, Romania; 9 April 1978)
The Czechoslovakia national rugby union team was the national rugby team of Czechoslovakia, before the country was split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia. They participated in qualifiers for the 1991 Rugby World Cup, but did not qualify.
A Czechoslovak international team including players from an Austrian club called Wiener Amateure as well as players from the Slavia Bratislava club first played against Romania in 1927, but the match is seen as unofficial, since the Czechoslovak Rugby Union was only formed in 1928. They were captained by one František Ruber, who incidentally was a very good friend of Ondřej Sekora. Their first official match was against Germany in Leipzig in 1931.
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