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International Team Records


Team

The World's Most Played Fixtures
(27/3/1871 - 19/8/2013)

Total

Opponents

Date of First Match

Analysis

149

New Zealand vs Australia

15/8/1903

149-102-41-6-2974-2043

131

England vs Scotland

27/31871 - The First ever Test

131-69-42-18-1502-1119

127

Ireland vs Scotland

19/2/1877

127-57-65-5-1336-1305

126

England vs Ireland

15/2/1875

126-72-46-8-1447-1036

124

England vs Wales

19/2/1881

124-56-56-12-1546-1422

119

Wales vs Ireland

28/1/1882

119-65-48-6-1398-1275

118

Wales vs Scotland

8/1/1883

118-67-48-3-1507-1185

Most Points in a Year (+400)

Total

Country

Tests
played

Average

Year

658

South Africa

17

38.71

2007

644

England

17

37.88

2003

643

Argentina

14

45.93

2003

602

New Zealand

14

43.00

2003

594

New Zealand

12

49.50

2007

568

France

18

31.56

2003

542

England

11

49.27

2001

535

South Africa

13

41.15

1997

523

Australia

14

37.36

2003

514

New Zealand

12

42.83

1995

502

Ireland

16

31.37

2003

495

New Zealand

13

38.08

2010

489

New Zealand

15

32.60

2008

480

France

17

28.24

2007

474

New Zealand

10

47.40

2000

466

New Zealand

14

33.29

2012

456

New Zealand

12

38.00

2011

447

New Zealand

12

37.25

2005

447

Wales

12

37.25

2004

447

South Africa

13

34.38

1999

440

Australia

15

29.33

2010

432

Argentina

15

28.8

2012

416

South Africa

12

34.67

2005

410

Australia

12

34.17

2007

408

South Africa

13

31.38

2004

407

Wales

16

25.44

2011

405

Australia

13

31.15

1999

403

Wales

11

36.64

2001

Most Tries in a Year (+50)

Total

Country

Tests
played

Average

Year

92

Argentina

14

6.57

2003

81

New Zealand

14

5.79

2003

81

South Africa

17

4.76

2007

80

New Zealand

12

6.67

2007

74

South Africa

13

5.69

1997

70

England

11

6.36

2001

68

England

17

4.00

2003

64

Australia

14

4.57

2003

61

New Zealand

12

5.08

1995

60

New Zealand

10
12

6.00
5.00

2000
2011

60

France

18

3.33

2003

59

New Zealand

13

4.54

2010

57

Ireland

16

3.56

2003

56

New Zealand

15

3.73

2008

55

New Zealand

12

4.58

2005

54

Wales

12

4.50

2004

53

Argentina

9

5.89

2004

53

France

16

3.31

1995

52

South Africa

13

4.00

1999

52

Australia

13
12

4.00
4.33

2005
2007

51

Australia

15

3.40

2010

51

France

16

3.19

2007

51

Argentina

15

3.40

2012

50

Ireland

10

5.00

2000

50

New Zealand

14

3.57

2012

Drawn Games in Internationals without scoring

Date

Venue and Teams

1878

Oval, London: England vs Scotland

1885

Hampden Park, Glasgow: Scotland vs Wales

1886

Raeburn Place, Edinburgh: Scotland vs England

1887

Llanelli: Wales vs England

1893

Ravenhill, Belfast: Ireland vs Scotland

1896

Lansdowne Road, Dublin: Ireland vs Scotland

1900

Inverleith, Edinburgh: Scotland vs England

1900

Lansdowne Road, Dublin: Ireland vs Scotland

1903

Kimberley Athletic Park, Kimberley, SA: South Africa vs British Lions

1910

Twickenham, London: England vs Ireland

1921

Athletic Park, Wellington (NZ): New Zealand vs South Africa

1930

Twickenham, London: England vs Scotland

1936

Stradey Park, Swansea: Wales vs England

1961

Parc des Princess, Paris: France vs South Africa

1962

Twickenham, London: England vs Wales

1963

Lansdowne Road, Dublin: Ireland vs England

1964

Murrayfield, Edinburgh: Scotland vs New Zealand

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-

Highest Totals in Drawn Games in Internationals (+20)

Score & Date

Venue and Teams

30 - 2005

Absa Staduim, Durban: South Africa vs France

29 - 2006

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff: Wales vs Australia

28 - 2001

Murrayfield, Edinburgh: Scotland vs Wales

27 - 2000

Markham, Canada: Canada vs Ireland

26 - 1997

Twickenham, London: England vs New Zealand

25 - 1983

Murrayfield, Edinburgh: Scotland vs New Zealand

25 - 2005

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff: British & Irish Lions vs Argentina

21 - 1921

Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff: Wales vs Ireland

21 - 1985

Ferrocarill Stadium, Buenos Aires: Argentina vs New Zealand

20 - 1987

Lancaster Park, Christchurch: Scotland vs France (RWC)

20 - 1993

King's Park, Durban: South Africa vs France

20 - 2002

Stade de Francais, Paris: France vs New Zealand

20 - 2009

Croke Park, Dublin: Ireland vs Australia

Highest Totals in an International (+100)

164 points

Hong Kong beat Singapore (27/10/1994: Kuala Lumpur) by 164-13
- WORLD CUP.

155 points

Japan beat Chinese Taipei (7/7/2002: Tokyo) by 155-3
- WORLD CUP.

152 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (1/5/2002: Mendoza) by 152-0.

147 points

Argentina beat Venezuela (1/5/2004: Santiago) by 147-7.

145 points

New Zealand beat Japan (4/6/1995, Bloemfontein) by 145-17

144 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (27/4/2003: Mendoza) by 144-0.

142 points

Australia beat Namibia (25/10/2003, Adelaide) by 142-0

134 points

Japan beat Chinese Taipei (27/10/1998, Singapore) by 134-6
- WORLD CUP

134 points

England beat Romania (17/11/2001, London) by 134-0

134 points

South Africa beat Uruguay (11/6/2005, East London, SA) by 134-3

130 points

Zimbabwe beat Botswana (7/9/1996, Harare) by 130-10

129 points

Japan beat Sri Lanka (9/10/2002, Tokyo) by 129-6

121 points

Japan beat Philippines (20/4/2013, Tokyo) by 121-0

120 points

Japan beat Chinese Taipei (21/7/2002, Tainan) by 120-3
- WORLD CUP

120 points

Fiji beat Niue Island (10/9/1983)

119 points

Korea beat Chinese Taipei (30/6/2002, Seoul) by 119-7

119 points

Tonga beat Korea (22/3/2003, Teufaiva Stadium, Nuku'alofa) by 119-0
- WORLD CUP

118 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (1998, Bangkok) by 118-3

116 points

Japan beat Sri Lanka (1998, Bangkok) by 116-0

116 points

Fiji beat Niue Island (10/9/1983, Suva) by 120-4

116 points

Sweden beat Luxembourg (5/5/2001, Cessange) by 116-3
- RWC

116 points

Namibia beat Madagascar (15/6/2002, Windhoek) by 116-0
- WORLD CUP

115 points

Samoa beat Papua New Guiney (11/7/2009, Apia) by 115-7
- RWC

114 points

Argentina beat Brazil (2/10/1993, Sao Paolo) by 114-3

114 points

Hong Kong beat Chinese Taipei (9/11/1996, Singapore) by 114-12

114 points

Japan beat Arabian Gulf (3/5/2008) by 114-6

113 points

Fiji beat Solomon Islands (21/8/1969, Suva) by 113-13

112 points

Korea beat Malaysia (5/11/1996, Seoul) by 112-5

112 points

Namibia beat Madagaskar (15/6/2002, Windhoek) by 112-0
- WORLD CUP

111 points

Zimbabwe beat Nigeria (1/8/1987, Harare) by 111-12

111 points

England beat Uruguay (2/11/2003, Brisbane) by 111-13

111 points

Japan beat UAE (13/5/2011, Dubai) by 111-0

111 points

Argentina beat Brazil (23/5/2012, Santiago) by 111-0

110 points

England beat Netherlands (14/11/1998, Huddersfield) by 110-0
- WORLD CUP

109 points

Argentina beat Brazil (9/10/1979, Santiago) by 109-3

108 points

Germany beat Serbia & Montenegro (12/11/2005, Heidelberg) by 108-0
- WORLD CUP

108 points

Mauritius beat Burkino Faso (10/12/2005) by 108-3

108 points

New Zealand beat Portugal (15/9/2007, Lyon, France) by 108-13

107 points

Zambia beat Rwanda (9/9/2003, Lusaka) by 107-9

106 points

England beat USA (21/8/1999, London) by 106-8

106 points

Japan beat United Arab Emirates (5/5/2012, Fukuoka) by 106-3

105 points

South Africa beat Namibia (15/8/2007, Cape Town, SA) by 105-13

104 points

Italy beat Czech Republic (18/5/1994, Vianda) by 104-8
- WORLD CUP

104 points

Russia beat Denmark (13/5/2000, Copenhagen) by 104-7

103 points

Argentina beat Brazil (8/10/1989, Montevideo) by 103-0

103 points

Japan beat Malaysia (1994, Kuala Lumpur) by 103-9

103 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (24/9/1995, Asuncion) by 103-9

103 points

Hong Kong beat Malaysia (3/11/1996) by 103-5

102 points

Korea beat Malaysia (12/11/1988, Seoul) by 102-0

102 points

New Zealand beat Tonga (16/6/2000, Albany) by 102-0

102 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (21/9/1985, Asuncion) by 102-3

102 points

Wales beat Portugal (17/5/1994, Lisbon) by 102-11
- WORLD CUP

102 points

Italy beat Denmark (1/11/1997, Brescia) by 102-3
- WORLD CUP

102 points

Chili beat Paraguay (3/5/2003, Montevideo) by 102-0

102 points

Uruguay beat Paraguay (14/5/2011) by 102-6

101 points

South Africa beat Italy (19/6/1999, Durban) by 101-0

101 points

New Zealand beat Italy (14/10/1999, Huddersfield) by 101-3

101 points

England beat Tonga (15/10/1999, London) by 101-10

101 points

Philippines beat Brunei (2/7/2008) by 101-0

101 points

New Zealand beat Samoa (3/9/2008, New Plymouth, NZ) by 101-14

101 points

Philippines beat Brunei (2/7/2008) by 101-0

101 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (15/5/2010) by 101-7

100 points

Romania beat Bulgaria (21/9/1976, Bucharest) by 100-0

100 points

Denmark beat Finland (10/10/1987, Copenhagen) by 100-0

100 points

Uganda beat Burundi (11/9/2003, Entebbe) by 100-0

100 points

Scotland beat Japan (13/11/2004, Perth, Scotland) by 100-8

Biggest Winning Margin in an International (+60)

152 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (1/5/2002: Mendoza) by 152-0

152 points

Japan beat Chinese Taipei (2002: Tokyo) by 155-3

151 points

Hong Kong beat Singapore (1994: Kuala Lumpur) by 164-13

144 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (27/4/2004: Mendoza) by 144-0

142 points

Australia beat Namibia (2003: Adelaide) by 142-0

140 points

Argentina beat Venezuela (1/5/2004: Santiago) by 147-7

134 points

England beat Romania (2001, London) by 134-0

131 points

South Africa beat Uruguay (2005, East London, SA) by 134-3

128 points

New Zealand beat Japan (1995, Bloemfontein) by 145-17

128 points

Japan beat Taiwan (1998, Singapore) by 134-6

123 points

Japan beat Sri Lanka (2002) by 129-6

121 points

Japan beat Philippines (20/4/2013, Tokyo) by 121-0

120 points

Zimbabwe beat Botswana (1996) by 130-10

119 points

Tonga beat Korea (21/3/2003, Nuku'alofa) by 119-0

117 points

Japan beat Taiwan (2002, Tainan) by 120-3

116 points

Fiji beat Niue Island (10/9/1983, Suva) by 120-4

116 points

Japan beat Sri Lanka (1998, Bangkok) by 116-0

116 points

Namibia beat Madagascar (15/6/2002, Windhoek) by 116-0

115 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (1998, Bangkok) by 118-3

113 points

Sweden beat Luxembourg (2001, Cessange) by 116-3

112 points

Namibia beat Madagaskar (15/6/2002, Windhoek) by 112-0

112 points

Japan beat Chinese Taipei (2002, Seoul) by 119-7

111 points

Argentina beat Brazil (2/10/1993, San Pablo) by 114-3

111 points

Japan beat UAE (13/5/2011, Dubai) by 111-0

111 points

Argentina beat Brazil (23/5/2012, Santiago) by 111-0

110 points

Fiji beat Solomon Islands (1969) by 113-13

110 points

England beat Netherlands (1998, Huddersfield) by 110-0

108 points

Germany beat Serbia & Montenegro (12/11/2005, Heidelberg) by 108-0

108 points

Japan beat Arabian Gulf (3/5/2008) by 114-6

108 points

Samoa beat Papua New Guiney (11/7/2009, Apia) by 115-7 - RWC QUAL 

107 points

Korea beat Malaysia (1996) by 112-5

106 points

Argentina beat Brazil (9/10/1979, Santiago) by 109-3

105 points

Mauritius beat Burkino Faso (10/12/2005) by 108-3

103 points

Japan beat United Arab Emirates (5/5/2012, Fukuoka) by 106-3

102 points

Korea beat Malyasia (1988) by 102-0

102 points

Hong Kong beat Chinese Taipei (1996) by 114-12

102 points

New Zealand beat Tonga (2000, Albany) by 102-0

102 points

Chili beat Paraguay (2003, Montevideo) by 102-0

101 points

South Africa beat Italy (1999, Durban) by 101-0

101 points

Philippines beat Brunei (2/7/2008) by 101-0

100 points

Fiji beat Solomon Islands (21/8/1969, Suva) by 113-13

100 points

Romania beat Bulgaria (21/0/1976, Bucharest) by 100-0

100 points

Denmark beat Finland (1987) by 100-0

100 points

Uganda beat Burundi (2003) by 100-0

99 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (21/9/1985, Asuncion) by 102-3

99 points

Zimbabwe beat Nigeria (1987) by 111-12

99 points

Italy beat Denmark (1/11/1997, Brescia) by 102-3
- WORLD CUP

98 points

Hong Kong beat Malaysia (1996) by 103-5

98 points

England beat USA (1999, London) by 106-8

98 points

New Zealand beat Italy (1999, Huddersfield) by 101-3

98 points

England beat Urguay (2003, Brisbane) by 111-13

98 points

Zambia beat Rwanda (2003) by 107-9

98 points

Wales beat Japan (2004, Cardiff) by 98-0

98 points

Japan beat Arabian Gulf (3/5/2008) by 114-6

97 points

Russia beat Denmark (13/5/2000, Copenhagen) by 104-7

97 points

Romania beat Ukraine (19/3/2005) by 97-0

97 points (*)

Guyana beat St Lucia (10/8/2005, Bridgetown) by 97-0 -  WC QUAL

96 points

Argentina beat Brazil (14/10/1973, Sao Paulo) by 96-0

96 points

Italy beat Czech Republic (1994, Vianda) by 104-8

96 points

Germany beat Luxembourg (27/11/2004, Fritz-Grunebaum, Heidelberg) by 96-0  - WC QUAL

96 points

Uruguay beat Paraguay (14/5/2011) by 102-6

95 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (14/10/1973, Sao Paulo) by 98-3

95 points

Brazil beat Costa Rica (2006) by 95-0

95 points

Georgia beat Czech Republic (7/4/2007) by 98-3

95 points

New Zealand beat Portugal (15/9/2007, Lyon, France) by 108-13

94 points

Japan beat Malaysia (1994, Kuala Lumpur) by 103-9

94 points

Argentina beat Brazil (8/10/1989, Montevideo) by 103-9

94 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (24/9/1995, Asuncion) by 103-9

94 points

Arabian Gulf beat India (2001, Bahrain, UAE) by 97-3

94 points

Papua New Guinea beat Vanuata (20/8/2005, Port Moresby) by 97-3 - WC QUAL

94 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (15/5/2010) by 101-7

93 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (25/9/1975, Asuncion) by 93-0

93 points

Hong Kong beat Thailand (1994, Kuala Lumpur) by 93-0

92 points

Romania beat Portugal (13/4/1996) by 92-0

92 points

Chile beat Venezuela (2004, Santiago) by 95-3

92 points

Scotland beat Japan (2004, Perth, Scotland) by 100-8

92 points

South Africa beat Namibia (2007, Cape Town, South Africa) by 105-13

92 points

India beat Pakistan (14/6/2008, Delhi, India) by 92-0
- WC QUAL

91 points

Wales beat Portugal (1994, Lisbon) by 102-11

91 points

Sweden beat Norway (2000, Vanersborg) by 91-0

91 points

New Zealand beat Fiji (2005, Albany, NZ) by 91-0

91 points

USA beat Barbados (1/7/2006, Steuber Rugby Stadium, Stanford, California) by 91-0

91 points

Cyprus beat Bulgaria (28/4/2012) by 94-3

90 points

Uruguay beat Paraguay (1998) by 93-3

90 points

England beat Tonga (1999, London) by 100-10

90 points

Tonga beat Cook Islands (8/7/2006, Nuku'alofa) by 90-0

90 points

Reunion beat Mayotte (5/7/2008) by 90-0

90 points

Japan beat United Arab Emirates (10/5/2013) by 93-3

89 points

Romania beat Morocco (17/11/1976) by 89-0

89 points

Tonga beat Solomon Islands (1/1/1979) by 92-3

89 points

Scotland beat Ivory Coast (1995, Rustenburg) by 89-0

89 points

Latvia beat Bulgaria (1997, Riga) by 89-0

89 points

Malaysia beat China (31/5/2012) by 89-0

88 points

Georgia beat Netherlands (3/2/2002, Tblisi) by 88-0

88 points

Japan beat Hong Kong (8/5/2005, Tokyo) by 91-3

88 points

Australia beat Japan (2007, Lyon) by 91-3

87 points

Korea beat Singapore (1994, Kuala Lumpur) by 90-3

87 points

New Zealand beat Samoa (3/9/2008, New Plymouth, NZ) by 101-14

87 points

South Africa beat Namibia (22/9/2011, North Harbour, NZ) by 87-0 - RWC

87 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (28/4/2012, Almaty) by 87-0

86 points

Fiji beat Papua New Guinea (30/8/1979) by 86-0

86 points

Fiji beat Solomon Islands (8/9/1983, Suva) by 86-0

86 points

Papua New Guinea beat Tahiti (1997, Port Moresby) by 92-6

86 points

Cook Islands beat Tahiti (2001, Port Moresby) by 86-0

85 points

Fiji beat Papua New Guinea (23/8/1969) by 88-3

85 points

New Zealand beat Argentina (21/6/1997, Wellington) by 93-8

85 points

Singapore beat India (1998, Singapore) by 85-0

85 points

Switzerland beat Slovenia (17/3/2012) by 85-0

84 points

Thailand beat India (1998, Singapore) by 90-6

84 points

Uruguay beat Paraguay (1998, Asuncion) by 93-9

84 points

New Zealand beat Tonga (2003, Brisbane) by 91-7

84 points

Uruguay beat Venezuela (2004, Santiago) by 92-8

83 points

South Africa beat Wales (1998, Pretoria) by 96-13

83 points

Russia beat Germany (2000, Krasnadar) by 89-6

83 points

Italy beat Portugal (2006, L'Aquila) by 83-0

83 points

Argentina Jaguars beat Chile (2009) by 89-6

82 points

Scotland beat Spain (1998, Edinburgh) by 85-3

82 points

Australia beat Spain (2001, Madrid) by 92-10

82 points

Australia beat Romania (2003, Brisbane) by 90-8

82 points (*)

Trinidad & Tobago beat St. Lucia (8/8/2005, Georgetown, St. Lucia) by 82-0

82 points

Tonga beat Korea (2007, Auckland) by 85-3

82 points

Japan beat Korea (2007) by 82-0

81 points

Switzerland beat Bulgaria (2000, Pernik) by 90-9

81 points (*)

Barbados beat St Lucia (13/8/2005, Bridgetown) by 81-0

81 points

Korea beat Chinese Taipei (2004) by 99-18

80 points

Ireland beat USA (2000, Manchester, New Hampshire) by 83-3

80 points

Tonga beat Korea (1/2/2007) by 83-3

80 points

Ivory Coast beat Mauritius (26/6/2013, Yamoussoukro) by 83-3 - African CAR Championship

79 points

Namibia beat Portugal (31/8/1990) by 88-9

79 points

Kazakstan beat India (2002) by 89-10

78 points

Argentina beat Brazil (1/10/1991, Buenos Aires) by 84-6

78 points

Romania beat Belgium (19/4/1996) by 83-5

78 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (13/9/1997, Corrientes) by 78-0

78 points

England beat Georgia (2003, Perth) by 84-6

78 points

Uruguay beat Paraguay (25/4/2009) by 85-7 - RWC QUAL

77 points

Namibia beat Portugal (21/4/1990) by 86-9

77 points

Austria beat Luxembourg (2001, Vienna) by 77-0

77 points

France beat Namibia (2007, Toulouse) by 87-10

77 points

New Zealand beat Romania (2007, Toulouse) by 85-8

77 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (25/4/2009, Osaka) by 87-10-RWC QUAL

77 points

Japan beat Sri Lanka (21/5/2011) by 90-13

76 points

Australia beat England (1998, Brisbane) by 76-0

76 points

Andorra beat Norway (2004) by 76-0

76 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (10/5/2008) by 82-6

76 points

Chile beat Brazil (25/4/2009, Viá del Mar) by 79-3-RWC QUAL

76 points

New Zealand beat Japan (16/9/2011) by 83-7. RWC.

76 points

Qatar beat China (5/6/2013, Petaling Jaya Stadium) by 76-0

75 points

Argentina beat Chile (30/9/1995, Santiago) by 78-3

75 points

Japan beat Hong Kong (2000, Aomori) by 75-0

75 points

Uruguay beat Paraguay (2002: Mendoza) by 81-6.

75 points

Tonga beat Korea (15/3/2003: Seoul) by 75-0.

75 points

Mauritius beat Burundi (13/8/2005) by 75-0

75 points

Chile beat Brazil (25/4/2009) by 78-3 - RWC QUAL

75 points

Hong Kong beat United Arab Emirates (27/4/2012) by 85-10

75 points

Argentina beat Chile (1/5/2013: Montevideo) by 85-10 - RWC QUAL

74 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (29/10/1977, Concepcion) by 77-3

74 points

Australia beat Tonga (1998, Canberra) by 74-0

74 points

Scotland beat Portugal (1998: Edinburgh) by 85-11

74 points

Brazil beat Colombia (13/10/2004, Sao Paulo) by 74-0

74 points

Wales
Beat USA (2005, Connecticut) by 77-3
Beat Namibia (2011, New Plymouth, NZ) by 81-7 - RWC

74 points

Guam beat Brunei (29/6/2008) by 74-0

74 points

Papua New Guiney beat Vanuatu (27/6/2009, Port Moresby) by 86-12 - WC QUAL

74 points

Georgia beat Germany (6/2/2010) by 77-3 - RWC QUAL

74 points

Netherlands beat Belgium (10/5/2010, Verdun) by 74-0

74 points

Morocco beat Niger (23/6/2013, Yamoussoukro) by 77-3 - African CAR Championship

74 points

Ivory Coast beat Zambia (23/6/2013, Yamoussoukro) by 77-3 - African CAR Championship

73 points

Andorra beat Norway (4/9/2004, Andorra La Vella) by 76-3

73 points

Japan beat Arabian Gulf (16/4/2006, Tokyo) by 82-9

73 points

Kazakstan beat Sri Lanka (2007 by 79-6

72 points

Argentina beat Brazil (13/9/1951: Buenos Aires) by 72-0

72 points

Argentina beat Brazil (25/10/1977: Tucuman) by 78-6

72 points

Wales beat Romania (2001: Cardiff) by 81-9

72 points

Thailand beat Sri Lanka (2002) by 72-0

72 points

Tonga beat Papua New Guinea (6/12/2003: Nuku'alofa) by 84-12.

72 points

Namibia beat Kenya (27/5/2006: Hage Geingob Stadium, Windhoek) by 84-12.

72 points

Slovenia beat Bosnia Herzegovina (2007) by 77-5.

72 points

Lithuania beat Serbia & Montenegro (24/4/2010) by 77-5

72 points

Japan beat Russia (6/11/2010, Tokyo) by 75-3

71 points

Samoa beat South Korea (1990: Tokyo) by 74-3

71 points

South Africa beat Italy (1999, Port Elizabeth) by 74-3

71 points

Paraguay beat Peru (21/6/2008, Asuncion) by 71-0 - RWC QUAL

71 points

Japan beat Korea (16/5/2009, Osaka) by 80-9 - RWC QUAL

71 points

Romania beat Ukraine (31/3/2012) by 71-0 - Six Nations B

71 points

Brazil beat Mexico (20/4/2013, Sao Jose dos Campos) by 76-5

70 points

Argentina beat Uruguay (28/10/1977, Tucuman) by 70-0

70 points

Australia beat Samoa (1994, Sydney) by 73-3

70 points

Romania beat Belgium (1997, Brussels) by 83-13

70 points

Ireland beat Georgia (1998, Dublin) by 70-0

70 points

England beat Canada (2004, London) by 70-0

70 points

Brazil beat Peru (10/10/2004, Sao Paulo) by 73-3

70 points

Spain beat Slovenia (26/3/2005, Ljubljana, Slovenia) by 76-6

70 points

Namibia beat Kenya (27/5/2006) by 82-12

70 points

Venezuela beat Costa Rica (2006) by 70-0

70 points

Japan beat Hong Kong (2007) by 73-3

70 points

Namibia beat Zambia (26/5/2007) by 80-10

70 points

Qatar beat Lebanon (27/4/2012) by 70-0 at the IRB Division 4 HSBC Asian 5 Nations Final - In Dubai

69 points

USA beat Japan (6/7/1996, San Francisco) by 74-5

69 points

Ireland beat Japan (2000, Rome) by 78-9

69 points

Namibia beat Uganda (31/8/2003) by 82-13

69 points

Chinese Taipei beat Pakistan (2007) by 72-3

69 points

Romania beat Czeck Republic (22/3/2008) by 76-7

69 points

Portugal beat Germany (27/2/2010) by 69-0 - WC QUAL

69 points

Cyprus beat Bulgaria (28/4/2012, Paphos) by 79-10

69 points

Cyprus beat Bulgaria (16/3/2013) by 79-10

68 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (12/10/1989, Montevideo) by 75-7

68 points

Japan beat Arabian Golf (2003, Colombo) by 74-5

68 points

Canada beat Barbados (2006, Bridgetown) by 71-3

68 points

Kenia beat Cameroon (13/7/2008, Nairobi) by 76-8 - WC QUAL

68 points

Uruguay beat Brazil (29/4/2009, Montevideo) by 71-3 - RWC QUAL

68 points

Chile beat Paraguay (17/5/2011) by 71-3

67 points

Samoa beat Korea (8/4/1990, Tokyo) by 74-7

67 points

Sweden beat Lithuania (1997, Pluge) by 84-17

67 points

Tonga beat Korea (1999) by 82-15

67 points

France beat Fiji (2001) by 77-10

67 points

Australia beat Samoa (2005, Sydney) by 74-7

67 points

Tonga beat Cook Islands (24/6/2006, Rauratonga) by 77-10

67 points

Japan beat Hong Kong (19/5/2012, Tokyo) by 67-0

67 points

Cyprus beat Greece (26/5/2012) by 72-5.

66 points

New Zealand beat Canada (1995, Auckland) by 73-7

66 points

New Zealand beat Fiji (1997, Hamilton) by 71-5

66 points

Russia beat Ukraine (1999) by 71-5

66 points

Namibia beat Germany (17/10/1999) by 79-13

66 points

Luxembourg beat Norway (2000, Cessange) by 78-12

66 points

Japan beat South Korea (2002, Tokyo) by 90-24

66 points

South Africa beat Uruguay (2003, Perth) by 72-6

66 points

Canada beat Barbados 69-3 (24/6/2006) by 69-3

66 points

Spain beat Belgium (12/5/2010, Metz, Belgium) by 66-0

65 points

Romania beat Belgium (4/10/1997, Brussels) by 83-18

65 points

Georgia beat Ukraine (26/2/2005) by 65-0

65 points

Georgia beat Czeck Republic (12/6/2005) by 75-10

65 points

Korea beat Singapore (25/4/2009, Seoul) by 65-0 - RWC QUAL

64 points

New Zealand beat Italy (1987, Auckland) by 70-6

64 points

South Africa beat Tonga (1997, Cape Town) by 74-10

64 points

Japan beat Chinese Taipei (1998, Bangkok) by 69-5

64 points

Korea beat The Netherlands (1999, Seoul) by 78-14

64 points

Hong Kong beat Philippines (16/4/2011) by 74-10

64 points

England beat Romania (24/9/2011) by 67-3

63 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (7/10/1979, Vina del Mar) by 76-13

63 points

Argentina beat Chile (11/10/1993, Buenos Aires) by 70-7

63 points

Russia beat Netherlands (2002, Krasnodar) by 73-10

63 points

New Zealand beat Italy (2003, Melbourne) by 70-7

63 points

Germany beat Austria (34/6/2005, Hohewate Stadium, Vienna) by 69-6

63 points

Brazil beat United Arab Emirates (13/12/2011) by 66-3

63 points

Nigeria beat Mauritius (23/6/2013, Yamoussoukro) by 66-3 - African CAR Championship

62 points

Argentina beat Uruguay (9/9/1951, Buenos Aires) by 62-0

62 points

Georgia beat Bulgaria (23/2/1995) by 70-8

62 points

Russia beat Netherland (2002, Moscow) by 65-3

62 points

New Zealand beat Canada (2003, Melbourne) by 68-6

62 points

New Zealand beat Italy (2007, Marseille) by 76-14

62 points

Israel beat Finland (2/5/2009) by 70-8

62 points

Australia beat USA (23/9/2011) by 67-5

61 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (16/10/1971, Montevideo) by 61-0

61 points

New Zealand beat Fiji (1987, Christchurch) by 74-13

61 points

Romania beat Poland (1998, Bucharest) by 74-13

61 points

Canada beat Namibia (14/10/1999, Toulouse) by 72-11

61 points

Romania beat Spain (2002, Bucharest) by 67-6

61 points

Samoa beat Papua New Guiney (18/7/2009, Port Moresby) by 73-12 - RWC QUAL 

61 points

Argentina beat Uruguay (25/5/2011) by 75-14

61 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (7/5/2011) by 61-0

61 points

Qatar beat Uzbekestan (25/4/2012) by 74-13

61 points

Hong Kong beat United Arab Emirates (10/12/2011) by 72-14

60 points

Argentina beat Brazil (12/10/1961, Montevideo) by 60-0

60 points

Ireland beat Romania (1986, Dublin) by 60-0

60 points

Ukraine beat Yugoslavia (1996, Kiev) by 60-0

60 points

Korea beat Chinese Taipei (1998, Singapore) by 81-21

60 points

Italy beat Netherlands (1998, Huddersfield) by 67-7

60 points

Fiji beat Samoa (1996, Suva) by 60-0

60 points

England beat Italy (1999, London) by 67-7

60 points

Spain beat Netherlands (2002, Murcia) by 63-3

60 points

Germany beat Austria (2005, Vienna) by 69-9

60 points

Italy beat Russia (2006, Moscow) by 67-7

60 points

Argentina beat Namibia (22/9/2007, Marseille) by 63-3

60 points

Georgia beat Spain (12/2/2011) by 60-0

60 points

Cyprus beat Finland (26/3/2011) by 70-10

60 points

Qatar beat Lebanon (27/4/2012) by 60-0

60 points

New Zealand beat Ireland (23/6/2012) by 60-0

60 points

South Africa beat Argentina (17/8/2013) by 73-13

(*) - Trinidad & Tobago (82-0), Guyana (97-0) and Barbados (81-0) scored massive victories in the space of five days over St. Lucia - scoring 260 points to none.

Biggest Points Winning Margin by an International Touring Team

128

Western Samoa beat Marlborough (1993) by 128-0

111

New Zealand beat South Australia (1974) by 117-6

106

British Lions beat Western Australia (2001) by 116-10

103

New Zealand beat Northern New South Wales (1962) by 103-0

102

New Zealand beat Japan XV (1987) by 106-4

99

New Zealand beat South Australia (1984) by 99-0

97

British Lions beat South Western Districts (1974) by 97-0

Most Points in an International Series

Two Matches

175

South Africa (1999) vs Italy in South Africa

155

New Zealand (1997) vs Argentina in New Zealand

117

Wales (2001) vs Japan in Japan

117

New Zealand (2001) vs Argentina in New Zealand

109

New Zealand (1988) vs Argentina in New Zealand

Four Matches

159

New Zealand (1997: Tri-Nations vs Australia/South Africa)

148

South Africa (1997: Tri-Nations vs Australia/New Zealand)

Most Consecutive Test Victories

18

Cyprus (6/9/2008-16/3/2013)

17

New Zealand (18/9/1965 to 14/6/1969)

17

South Africa (23/8/1997 to 28/11/1998)

17

Lithuania (2006-2010)

(*) - New Zealand were unbeaten in 23 consecutive matches between 22/5/1987 and 4/8/1990 - but drew the 11th of these matches vs Australia (16/7/1988 - 19-19 in Brisbane)

Most Consecutive Test Without Defeat

23

New Zealand (22 wins, 1 draw: 22/5/1987 to 4/8/1990)

17

New Zealand (15 wins, 2 draws: 1961 to 1964)

17

Romania (11 wins, 6 draws: 26/5/1961 to 15/11/1964)

17

New Zealand (17 wins: 18/9/1965 to 4/8/1969)

17

South Africa (17 wins: 1997 to 1998)

16

South Africa (15 wins, 1 draw: 1994 to 1996)

15

South Africa (12 wins, 3 draws: 1960 to 1963)

15

Argentina (15 wins: 7/8/1971 to 21/10/1973)

15

New Zealand (15 wins: 9/9/2011 to 29/9/2012)

14

England (14 wins: 23/3/2002 to 23/8/2003)

Longest Losing Run

18

France (between 28/1/1911 and 17/2/1920)

17

Scotland (between 24/2/1951 and 8/1/1955)

Unbeaten International Teams on Long Tours

1891

British team in South Africa: played 19: won 19

1924-'25

New Zealand in Great Britain: played 32: won 32

1974

British Lions in South Africa: played 22: won 21, drew 1

Most Points by a Touring Team

976

New Zealand (1905-'06) in Great Britain, France and Canada (830 in Great Britain alone; 888 in Great Britain and France); only 59 points against them on tour.

Most Tries by a Team in an International (+12)

26

Hong Kong (1994: vs Singapore)

25

Fiji (21/8/1969: vs Solomon Islands)

24

Argentina vs Paragauy
1/5/2002
27/4/2003

23

Japan (6/7/2002: vs Chinese Taipei)

23

Argentina (1/5/2004: vs Venezuela)

22

Australia (2003: vs Namibia)

21

Fiji (10/9/1983: vs Niue Island)

21

New Zealand (1995: vs Japan)

21

South Africa (2005: vs Uruguay)

20

Argentina (8/10/1989: vs Brazil)

20

Japan (27/10/1998: vs Chinese Taipei)

20

England (2001: vs Romania)

19

Fiji (18/8/1969: vs Papua New Guinea)

19

Argentina (9/10/1979: vs Brazil)

19

Argentina (21/9/1985: vs Paragauy)

18

Argentina (14/10/1973: vs Paraguay)

18

Argentina (20/10/1973: vs Brazil)

18

Fiji (30/8/1979: vs Papua New Guinea)

18

Argentina (2/10/1993: vs Brazil)

18

Japan (1998: vs Kazakstan)

18

Japan (21/7/2002: vs Chinese Taipei)

18

Japan (1998: vs Sri Lanka)

18

Namibia (15/6/2002: vs Madagaskar)

18

Japan (3/5/2008: vs Arabian Gulf)

18

Japan (20/4/2013: vs Philippines)

17

Romania (17/11/1976: vs Morocco)

17

Argentina (1/10/1991: vs Brazil)

17

Russia (13/5/2000: vs Denmark)

17

Tonga (21/3/2003: vs Korea)

17

England (2003: vs Uruguay)

17

Samoa (11/7/2009: vs Papua New Guiney)

17

Japan (13/5/2011: vs UAE)

17

Argentina beat Brazil (23/5/2012, Santiago) by 111-0

16

Argentina beat Uruguay (9/9/1951, Buenos Aires)

16

Romania (21/10/1951: vs East Germany)

16

Fiji (8/9/1983: vs Solomon Islands)

16

Namibia (21/4/1990: vs Portugal)

16

Wales (1994: vs Portugal)

16

Wales (1994: vs Czech Republic)

16

Argentina (24/9/1995: vs Paragauy)

16

Italy (1997: vs Denmark)

16

England (1998: vs Netherlands)

16

England (1999: vs USA)

16

Georgia (7/4/2007: vs Czech Republic)

16

New Zealand (2007: Portugal)

16

Japan beat United Arab Emirates (5/5/2012, Fukuoka) by 106-3

15

Argentina (25/9/1975: vs Paraguay)

15

Papua New Guinea (1997: vs Tahiti)

15

Latvia (1997: vs Bulgaria)

15

South Africa (1998: vs Wales)

15

South Africa (1999: vs Italy)

15

New Zealand (2000: vs Tonga)

15

Scotland (2004: vs Japan)

15

New Zealand (2005: vs Fiji)

15

Romania (19/3/2005: vs Ukraine)

15

South Africa (2007: vs Namibia)

15

New Zealand (2008: vs Samoa)

15

Japan (15/5/2010: vs Kazakstan)

15

Japan (10/5/2013): vs United Arab Emirates)

14

Argentina (12/10/1961: vs Brazil)

14

Romania (16/4/1978: vs Spain)

14

Argentina (7/10/1989: vs Paragauy)

14

New Zealand (1997: vs Argentina)

14

Thailand (1998: vs India)

14

New Zealand (1999: vs Italy)

14

Georgia (3/2/2002: vs Netherlands)

14

Wales (2004: vs Japan)

14

Tonga (8/7/2006: vs Cook Islands)

13

England (1881: vs Wales)

13

South Africa (1907: vs France)

13

Argentina (16/10/1971: vs Paraguay)

13

New Zealand (1993: vs USA)

13

France (1924: vs Romania)

13

Romania (1976: vs Bulgaria)

13

Argentina (25/10/1977: vs Brazil)

13

Australia (1987: vs South Korea)

13

France (1987: vs Zimbabwe)

13

Samoa (8/4/1990: vs Korea)

13

Scotland (1995: vs Ivory Coast)

13

Romania (1997: vs Belgium)

13

Singapore (1998: vs India)

13

Korea (1998: vs Taiwan)

13

Scotland (1998: vs Portugal)

13

Scotland (1998: vs Spain)

13

England (1999: vs Tonga)

13

Namibia (17/10/1999: vs Germany)

13

Ireland (2000: vs USA)

13

Australia (2001: vs Spain)

13

Japan (2002: vs South Korea)

13

Australia (2003: vs Romania)

13

New Zealand (2003: vs Tonga)

13

Tonga (24/6/2006: vs Cook Islands)

13

USA (1/7/2006: vs Barbados)

13

Italy (2006: vs Portugal)

13

Tonga beat Korea (10/2/2007, Auckland)

13

Australia beat Japan (2007, Lyon)

13

France beat Namibia (2007, Toulouse)

13

New Zealand beat Romania (2007, Toulouse)

13

Samoa beat Papua New Guiney (18/7/2009)

13

New Zealand (16/9/2011: vs Japan)

13

Japan beat Kazakstan (28/4/2012, Almaty) by 87-0

13

Argentina beat Chile (1/5/2013, Montevideo) by 82-10

12

Scotland (1887: vs Wales)

12

Fiji (1963: vs Samoa)

12

New Zealand (1987: vs Italy)

12

New Zealand (1987: vs Fiji)

12

Australia (1990: vs USA)

12

South Africa
1997: vs Tonga
2003: vs Uruguay
22/9/2011: vs Namibia - RWC

12

Australia
1991: vs Wales
2005: vs Samoa

12

Argentina (11/10/1969: vs Chile)

12

Argentina vs Brazil
12/10/1971
27/9/1975

12

Argentina vs Paraguay
29/10/1977
13/9/1997

12

Romania (1998: vs Poland)

12

Tonga (1999: vs Korea)

12

France (2001: vs Fiji)

12

Tonga
2002: vs Papua New Guinea
2003: vs Korea
2006: vs Cook Islands

12

England
2003: vs Georgia
2004: vs Canada

12

Namibia
2006: vs Kenya
2007: vs Zambia

12

Wales: 2011: vs Namibia

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