Kazakhstan Rugby Union
Kazakhstan Rugby Union is The national Governing body rugby in the country and is a member of Asia Rugby and world rugby
Rugby union was played in the Russian Empire as early as in 1908. In 1934 the Moscow Championship was started, and in 1936 the first Soviet Championship took place.
Kazakhstan had its own rugby team in the USSR,
Kazakhstan is arguably the most successful ex-Soviet rugby nation aside from Georgia and Russia (who have both qualified for the Rugby World Cup).The Kazakhstan women’s national rugby union team played their first international against Germany in 1993
The Kazakhstan national rugby union team represents Kazakhstan at international level of rugby union. The team are nicknamed “The Nomads”
Kazakhstan have been participating in international competition since 1994.
Kazakhstan women’s team have played in the women’s rugby World Cup 6 times with their First appearance in 1994 the best performance was their 9th place finish in 1998 Amsterdam, in the Netherlands with 16 teams competing