England AKA the Red Roses, represent England in women’s international rugby union. They compete in the annual Women’s Six Nations Championship with France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. England have won the championship on a total of 16 out of 25 occasions – winning the Grand Slam 15 times and the Triple Crown 21 times – making them by far the most successful side in the tournament’s history.

England are currently ranked first in the world. They have won the Women’s Rugby World Cup twice in 1994 and 2014, and have been runners-up on five other occasions. Their coach is Simon Middleton after the contract of their previous coach Gary Street, who had been head coach since 2006, wasn’t renewed.

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Women’s 6 Nations 2020

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