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The Brazil national rugby union team (nicknamed Os Tupis is the national side of Brazil, representing them at rugby union. Brazil is a third tier rugby union side, and have yet to make their debut at the Rugby World Cup. Rugby union has been growing substantially in Brazil since 2005 and the number of players is currently estimated at over 16,000. Despite that, the sport in the country is still less successful than it is in their neighbors, such as Argentina and Uruguay.
Brazil started playing international rugby union matches in the early 1930s, when local team received the Junior Springboks, in 1932, and the British Lions, in 1936. The first match against a South American national team was in 1950 against Uruguay in Montevideo, with Uruguayan victory by 8–6. Brazil continued playing sides like Uruguay, Chile and Argentina through the 1950s and into the 1960s. In the 1970s, Brazil began playing a more diverse range of sides, including heavyweights France XV in 1974, in a 99–2 defeat. From the late 1970s to the early 1990s, Brazil mainly contested matches with Chile, Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay.
Brazil returned and went undefeated for seven matches over a period from 2000 to early 2002, playing weaker South American sides like Colombia, Peru and Venezuela. This success has continued and Brazil has been winning the majority of their games in the 2000s. They missed the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
The Uruguay national rugby union team is the representative side of Uruguay, governed by the Unión de Rugby del Uruguay. They have been playing international rugby since 1948. Their jersey is blue and black and they are known as Los Teros. They have qualified three times for the Rugby World Cup, in 1999, 2003 and most recently for the 2015 tournament. Uruguay won the South American Rugby Championship in 1981, the only time that a team other than Argentina won it. They came second on 19 occasions and third the remaining 9. As yet, Uruguay have never beaten Argentina in an official match between the two nations, despite some close results.
Their home stadium is Estadio Charrúa in Montevideo and holds up to 14,000 people.