History of rugby union matches between Argentina and Wales
Wales national rugby union team first played Argentina in 1968 when they undertook a two-test tour of the latter country. Argentina awarded full caps for the match but Wales did not. Argentina won the series winning the first match and drawing the second. The first match that both teams awarded full caps was in 1991.
Note: Summary below reflects test results by both teams.
|Drawn||Argentina points||Wales points|
Note: Date shown in brackets indicates when the record was or last set.
|Longest winning streak||2 (11 Jun 2006–18 Aug 2007)||5 (9 Oct 1991–10 Nov 2001)|
|Largest points for|
|Home||50 (12 June 2004)||43 (21 November 1998)|
|Away||30 (10 November 2001)||44 (12 June 2004)|
|Largest winning margin|
|Home||18 (17 June 2006)||34 (16 November 2013)|
|Away||14 (10 November 2012)||18 (16 June 2018)|
Below is a list of matches that Argentina has awarded test match status by virtue of awarding caps, but Wales did not award caps.
|14 September 1968||Gimnasia y Esgrima, Buenos Aires||9–5||Argentina||1968 tour to Argentina|
|28 September 1968||Gimnasia y Esgrima, Buenos Aires||9–9||draw||1968 tour to Argentina|
|16 October 1976||National Stadium, Cardiff||20–19||Wales||1976 Argentina tour|