England Vixens


The England Vixens were established in 2014 in preparation for the Euro Cup in London. Making it to the final they were narrowly beaten by the more experienced Irish Team. In August 2015 the Vixens went to Croatia for the 2015 Euro Cup where they beat Denmark in the Final to be crowned champions.

In 2016, 3 new coaches were appointed and a training session was held in London to select the team to go to Lisbon for the 2016 Euro Cup. 16 girls from 6 different teams made up the 2016 squad, who lost out to Ireland in the final. At the 2017 Euro Cup, the Vixens put out a stellar performance defeating the reigning International Cup winners the Irish Banshees to avenge their defeat 12 months prior.

Since then, the Vixens have gone through a period of rebuilding, making it through to the Euro Cup Grand Finals in 2018 and 2019 only to lose to strong Irish sides on both occasions.

Euro Cup Performances

London 2014

2nd: Irish Banshees 5.1 (31) def. England Vixens 4.2 (26)

Umag 2015

Winners: England Vixens def. Denmark Valkyries 54-6

Lisbon 2016

2nd: Irish Banshees def. England Vixens 16-7

Bordeaux 2017

Winners: England Vixens def. Irish Banshees 38-14

Cork 2018

2nd: Irish Banshees 5.3 (33) def. England Vixens 1.2 (8)

Norrtälje 2019

2nd: Irish Banshees 6.7 (43) def. England Vixens 2.1 (13)