- Netherlands national rugby union team
Netherlands Union Dutch Rugby Union Coach(es) Hugues Dispas Captain(s) Allard JonkersTeam kitChange kit First international Netherlands 0 - 6 Belgium
(July 1, 1930)
Largest win Netherlands 62 - 0 Denmark
(October 6, 1973)
Largest defeat England 110 - 0 Netherlands
(November 14, 1998)
During the 1940s they played regularly against Belgium and Germany. The 1960s saw the side play West Germany regularly as well as other fixtures including matches against Poland, Sweden, Spain and Czechoslovakia.
The 1970s saw fixtures played against teams including Italy. They won a number of games from 1984 through to 1987. Currently the team plays in the 2010-12 European Nations Cup First Division B
Since the introduction of the Rugby World Cup, the Netherlands has yet to qualify for the finals tournament.
Backs Player Position Club Jeroen Schippers Scrum-half RC Etten-Leur Roger Scheffer Scrum-half LRC Diok Fedde Lingsma Fly-half RC Hilversum Peter Te Kluve Fly-half Utrecht RC Richard Van de Broek Centre LRC Diok Jordy Bonhof Centre LRC Diok Sep Visser Centre Edinburgh Floris van de Ruit Centre RC 't Gooi Jay-Jay Boske Wing RC Hilversum Titus Klumper Wing LRC Diok Tim Visser Wing Edinburgh Bart Viguurs Fullback RC The Dukes Forwards Player Position Club Costin Buburuzan Hooker RC The Dukes Allard Jonkers Prop RC 't Gooi Rob Rijnholt Prop RC Hilversum Miquel van der Cruijsen Prop RC The Dukes Giorgi Tskitishvili Prop Lille Métropole Rugby Koen Buseman Lock Haagse RC Boudewijn de Rouw Lock RC The Dukes Robert Van Trigt Lock RC Hilversum Henry Eikemans Flanker RC The Dukes Tjebbe Jehee Flanker LRC Diok Bobby Teijsse Flanker Amsterdam AC Gerard Viguurs Flanker RC The Dukes Agustin Garello Flanker RC 't Gooi Jason Knox Number eight RC 't Gooi Stefan Vos Number eight RC The Dukes Rugby union in the Netherlands Governing body National teams CompetitionsEuropean Nations Cup • Ereklasse • Klasse2e • Klasse3e • Klasse4e Related articles International Rugby Union Competitions WorldwideMenWomen Multi-sport events ContinentalAfricaAfrica Cup · CAR Development TrophyAsiaAsian Five Nations · Asian Sevens SeriesEuropeOceaniaSouth America Defunct
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