Nicknames: The Cedars (Al Arz)
Governing Body: Lebanese Rugby League Federation
Ground: International Olympic Stadium
City: Tripoli, Lebanon
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Lebanon Rugby League
The Lebanon national rugby league team have participated in international competitions since 1998. Formed in Australia by Lebanese Australians and featuring a majority of heritage players, the relative success of the team helped develop the game in Lebanon itself.
There is a domestic competition in Lebanon, called the Lebanon Championship and it is from here that the national team get their domestic players from with a number of heritage players adding extra quality.
Lebanon qualified for the 2000 World Cup but failed to get past the group stage. They have also qualified for the 2017 World Cup.
The Lebanon national rugby league team have enjoyed plenty of success having won the Mediterranean Cup including 3 wins over France and 1 over Italy.
When you think of Lebanon and Rugby League one name instantly comes to mind and that is Hazem El Masri, who is not only the record holder for both caps and points for Lebanon but also one of the biggest scorers in the history of Rugby League and the record NRL points scorer.
The Lebanese Rugby League team are nicknamed Al Arz (The Cedars) after the Cedar tree that also features on the national flag of Lebanon.