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Men's National Team
After the 69:12 win over Sweden on November 5th, 2022 in Malmö, the Swiss national men’s team has struck again in the Rugby Europe men's trophy on Saturday, November 12th, 2022 and left the pitch in Lausanne with another clear victory over Lithuania. With an indisputable score of 45 : 6, the team secured another bonus point in the competition and move up to the 28th rank in the World Rugby ranking.
Meet Switzerland's Men's National Team
Women's National Team
The Swiss Women's XV's National Team currently takes on rank No. 44 in World Rugby Women's Ranking (as of March 2022). The team is participating in the Rugby Europe Women's Trophy (2nd European division). After a loss against Sweden in March 2022, the team currently takes on the 3rd place. In the last game of the trophy circuit, Switzerland will face Finnland on May 28th in Helsinki.
Meet Switzerland's Women's National Team
Youths National Teams
The youth national team squads comprise of the boy's U16-U18-U20 teams and a girl's U18 national team. This is the most important moment in the career of a young player, as talents are detected, and players develop their individual and collective skills. The goal: to integrate players in the Swiss Olympic-approved youth development program of the Swiss Rugby Union, to begin their official journey towards becoming national elite athletes. At the U18 and U20 level, Switzerland further aims to qualify for the Rugby Europe Championships.
7's National Teams
Rugby returned to the Olympic program at Rio 2016, when the sevens format provided a captivating showcase for this energetic and thrilling team sport. The standard of competition in both the men’s and women’s games is increasing year on year. The Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games featured an amazing rugby sevens competition. In Switzerland, 7's is played on a national level with men's, women's, and under 18 teams (boys and girls). The Swiss National Men's 7's team plays in the 3rd division in the European Championship "Men's 7 Conference". The Swiss Women's 7's team just completed a 4-year cycle with professional coaches from France in order to build up a squad of 25 competitive players. A new cycle is about to start with younger players to target the qualification for the Paris 2024 Olympic games.