2019 Super Series – June 28-July 14

USA Rugby is hosting the world’s top five ranked women’s rugby teams with the return of the Super Series. Taking place in the greater San Diego area June 28 to July 14, it showcases the best of the best in the women’s game. 

Kicking off for the first time in three years and increasing from four to five teams, the Super Series will feature No. 1 New Zealand, No. 2 England, No. 3 Canada, No.4 France, and No. 5 United States. The tournament was last hosted by the United States in 2016 where Canada won the title and England claimed runner-up for the second consecutive cycle.

Hosted in partnership with World Rugby, the Women’s Rugby Super Series 2019 serves as a meaningful step in generating more exposure for the larger women’s game and providing athletes with much-needed playing time. With teams all playing each other once, the event will bring a total of ten international test matches to a growing population of rugby fans in Southern California.

Overall, two games will be played per day on June 28, July 2, July 6, July 10 and July 14 allowing both teams and fans multiple opportunities to experience high-level competition. Each team will use one match date as a bye with the first four rounds taking place at the Elite Athlete Training Center — also the training site for the USA Women’s and Men’s Sevens teams — and the final round on July 14 happening at Torero Stadium.

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Schedule & Results


Time (PST)

Team 1


Team 2



6/28/20191:00 PMEngland 38USA 5Chula Vista
6/28/20194:00 PMCanada 20New Zealand 35Chula Vista
7/2/20192:15 PMFrance19Canada36Chula Vista
7/2/20195:15 PMNew Zealand33USA0Chula Vista
7/6/20192:15 PMFrance25New Zealand16Chula Vista
7/6/20195:15 PMCanada17England19Chula Vista
7/10/20192:15 PMEngland20France18Chula Vista
7/10/20195:15 PMCanada18USA20Chula Vista
7/14/20191:00 PMNew Zealand28England13Chula Vista
7/14/20194:00 PMFrance53USA14Torero Stadium

2019 Super Series Standings












Updated World Rugby Standings (as of 7.15.2019)

  1. ​New Zealand
  2. England
  3. France
  4. Canada
  5. USA

World Rugby Standings (as of 6.26.2019)

  1. New Zealand
  2. England
  3. Canada
  4. France
  5. USA


ENGLAND: Zoe Aldcroft, Sarah Beckett, Sarah Bern, Hannah Botterman, Poppy Cleall, Vickii Cornborough, Lark Davies, Chloe Edwards, Sarah Hunter Heather Kerr, Clara Nielson, Cath O’Donnell, Marlie Packer, Ellena Perry, Abbie Scott, Zoe Harrison, Tatyana Heard, Natasha Hunt, Claudia MacDonald, Sarah McKenna, Amber Reed, Leanne Riley, Emily Scarratt, Emily Scott, Kelly Smith, Lydia Thompson, Lagi Tuima, Carys Williams.

NEW ZEALAND: Forne Burkin, Luka Connor, Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate, Phillipa Love, Toka Natua, Aleisha-Pearl Nelson, Leilani Perese, Olivia Ward-Duin, Eloise Blackwell, Karli Faneva, Joanah Ngan-Woo, Charmaine Smith, Les Elder (captain), Charmaine McMenamin, Marcelle Parkes, Kennedy Simon, Pia Tapsell, Kendra Cocksedge, Arihiana Marino-Tauhinu, Chelsea Alley, Kelly Brazier, Krysten Cottrell, Ruahei Demant, Theresa Fitzpatrick, Carla Hohepa, Ayesha Leti-I’iga, Natahlia Moors, Alena Saili, Renee Wickliffe, Selica Winiata

USA: Katy Augustyn, Bui Baravilala, Catie Benson, Amy Naber-Bonté, Stacey Bridges, Ashlee Byrge, Elizabeth Cairns, Gabriella Cantorna, Jennine Duncan, Fane “Eti” Haungatau, Emily Henrich, Katana Howard, Charli Jacoby, Nick James, Rachel Johnson, Alev Kelter, Joanna Kitlinski, Bulou Mataitoga, Olivia Ortiz, Neariah “Nene” Persinger, Hope Rogers, Asinate Serevi, Kristine Sommer, Nicole Strasko, Joycelynn Taufa, Kris Thomas, Alycia Washington, Kate Zackary

CANADA. Alex Tessier, Alysha Corrigan, Amanda Thornborough, Anaïs Holly, Brianna Miller, Courtney Holtkamp, DaLeaka Menin, Elissa Alarie, Fabiola Forteza,  Gabrielle Senft, Gillian Boag, Irene Patrinos, Jacey Grusnick, Janna Slevinky, Laura Russell, Toronto Nomads, Lori Josephson, Marie Thibault, Maude Laliberté, Mckinley Hunt, MP Fauteux, Ngalula Fuamba, Olivia DeMerchant, Paige Farries, Westshore,  Sabrina Poulin, Sara Kaljuvee, Sara Svoboda, Sophie De Goede, Taylor Black, Tyson Beukeboom, Cowichan Piggies, Veronica Harrigan 

FRANCE: Julie Annery (AC Bobigny 93 Rugby); Lise Arricastre (Lons Rugby Female Béarn Pyrénées); Cyrielle Banet (Montpellier RC); Axelle Berthoumieu (Blagnac RF); Caroline Boujard (Montpellier RC); Pauline Bourdon (AS Bayonne); Camille Cabalou (Stade Toulousain Rugby); Lénaïg Corson (Stade Français Paris); Emma Coudert (ASM Romagnat RF); Annaëlle Deshaye (AS Rouen UC); Coumba Diallo (Stade Français Paris); Célia Domain (Blagnac RF); Céline Ferer (AS Bayonne); Maelle Filopon (Stade Toulousain Rugby); Audrey Forlani (Blagnac RF); Gaëlle Hermet (Toulousain Rugby Stadium); Camille Imart (Toulousain Rugby Stadium); Clara Joyeux (Blagnac RF); Fiona Lecat (Stade Toulousain Rugby); Marine Menager (Montpellier RC); Romane Menager (Montpellier RC); Safi N’diaye (Montpellier RC); Morgane Peyronnet (Montpellier RC); Élise Pignot (ASM Romagnat RF); Laure Sansus (Stade Toulousain Rugby); Agathe Sochat (Montpellier RC); Caroline Thomas (ASM Romagnat RF); Laure Touye (Blagnac RF); Jessy Tremouliere (Stade Rennais Rugby); Gabrielle Vernier (Lille Métropole RC Villeneuvois)

Past Results

2014 – Replaced by Women’s Rugby World Cup

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