Toa Samoa
Nicknames: Toa Samoa
First WC Appearance: 1995
No. Of WC Titles: 0
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Samoa Rugby League

Formally known as Western Samoa within Rugby League circles, the Samoan Rugby League team can boast a strong line up including stars from both the NRL and Super League making them a dangerous opponent for any International Rugby League team.

The Samoa Rugby League team have developed a reputation for playing the game with not only flair but with ‘big hit’s which always makes them popular with natural fans.

Since playing in their first ever International competition at the 1988 Pacific Cup in which they reached the final, the Samoan’s have been one of the success stories of world Rugby League and they have caught the imagination of rugby fans with their all or nothing displays at the World Cup and in the 4 Nations.

Having made their first ever appearance at a Rugby League World Cup in 1995 it was just 5 years later they reached the World Cup quarter finals before been defeated by New Zealand.

Toa Samoa’s reputation and standing as a test side has been boosted by their performances in the 4 Nations, the RLWC and in one of Test Matches as part of the Pacific Test Series, were they were even chosen by England as a warm up for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup.

The Samoan’s home ground is Apia Park, a 15,000 capacity multi sports venue in the Samoan capital of Apia and it was at this venue that the Samoans recorded their biggest victory with a 0-76 win over New Caledonia in 2004.