List of results of the Australian national rugby league team

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The following list is a complete collection of results for the Australia national rugby league team. It includes Test matches, World Cup matches and Tests played under the banner of Super League (Australia).

All-time records[edit]

Test Matches[edit]

Below is table of the official representative rugby league matches played by Australia at test level up until 9 November 2014:[1]

Opponent Played Won Lost Drawn Win % For Aga Diff
 England 13 10 2 1 76.92% 345 166 +179
 Fiji 6 6 - - 100.00% 366 24 +342
 France 59 43 14 2 72.88% 1,414 537 +877
 Great Britain 137 72 60 5 52.55% 2,287 1,707 +580
 Ireland 1 1 - - 100.00% 50 0 +50
 New Zealand 129 95 31 3 73.64% 2,943 1,694 +1249
 Papua New Guinea 11 11 - - 100.00% 580 68 +512
 Rest of World 1 1 - - 100.00% 28 8 +20
 Russia 1 1 - - 100.00% 110 4 +106
 Samoa 2 2 - - 100.00% 110 28 +84
 South Africa 3 3 - - 100.00% 174 33 +141
 United States 1 1 - - 100.00% 62 0 +62
 Wales 4 4 - - 100.00% 150 55 +95
Total 368 250 107 11 67.93% 8,619 4,324 +4295

1. Matches played against this team are considered a Test by the Australian Rugby League only.

Test Matches[edit]

Win Loss Draw

2010–2019[edit]

Test # Date Opponent F A Venue City Crowd Tour/Competition
368 15 November
2014
 New Zealand 18 22 Westpac Stadium Wellington 25,183 2014 Rugby League Four Nations
367 9 November
2014
 Samoa 44 18 Wollongong Showground Wollongong 18,456
366 2 November
2014
 England 16 12 Melbourne Rectangular Stadium Melbourne 20,585
365 25 October
2014
 New Zealand 12 30 Lang Park Brisbane 47,813
364 2 May
2014
 New Zealand 30 18 Sydney Football Stadium Sydney 25,429 2014 ANZAC Test
363 30 November
2013
 New Zealand 34 12 Old Trafford Manchester 74,468 2013 Rugby League World Cup
362 23 November
2013
 Fiji 64 0 Wembley Stadium London 67,545
361 16 November
2013
 United States 62 0 The Racecourse Ground Wrexham 5,762
360 9 November
2013
 Ireland 50 0 Thomond Park Limerick 5,021
359 9 November
2013
 Fiji 34 2 Langtree Park St Helens 14,137
358 9 November
2013
 England 28 20 Millennium Stadium Cardiff 45,052
357 19 April
2013
 New Zealand 32 12 Canberra Stadium Canberra 25,628 2013 ANZAC Test
356 13 October
2012
 New Zealand 18 10 Willows Sports Complex Townsville 26,497 (Friendly)
355 20 April
2012
 New Zealand 20 12 Eden Park Auckland 35,339 2012 ANZAC Test
354 19 November
2011
 England 30 8 Elland Road Leeds 34,174 2011 Rugby League Four Nations
353 13 November
2011
 Wales 56 14 Racecourse Ground Wrexham 5,233
352 5 November
2011
 England 36 20 Wembley Stadium London 42,344
351 5 November
2011
 New Zealand 26 12 Halliwell Jones Stadium Warrington 12,491
350 16 October
2011
 New Zealand 42 6 Newcastle Sports Centre Newcastle 32,890 (Friendly)
349 6 May
2011
 New Zealand 20 10 Robina Stadium Gold Coast 26,301 2011 ANZAC Test
348 13 November
2010
 New Zealand 16 12 Lang Park Brisbane 36,299 2010 Rugby League Four Nations
347 6 November
2010
 New Zealand 34 20 Eden Park Auckland 44,324
346 31 October
2010
 England 34 20 Melbourne Rectangular Stadium Melbourne 18,894
345 24 October
2010
 Papua New Guinea 42 0 Parramatta Stadium Parramatta 11,308
344 7 May
2010
 New Zealand 12 8 Melbourne Rectangular Stadium Melbourne 29,442 2010 ANZAC Test

2000–2009[edit]

Test # Date Opponent F A Venue City Crowd Tour/Competition
343 14 November
2009
 England 46 16 Elland Road Leeds 31,042 2009 Rugby League Four Nations
342 7 November
2009
 France 42 4 Stade Charléty Paris 8,657
341 31 October
2009
 England 26 16 DW Stadium Wigan 8,657
340 31 October
2009
 New Zealand 20 20 Twickenham Stoop Stadium Wigan 8,657
339 8 May
2009
 New Zealand 38 10 Lang Park Brisbane 37,152 2009 ANZAC Test
338 22 November
2008
 New Zealand 20 34 Lang Park Brisbane 50,559 2008 Rugby League World Cup
337 16 November
2008
 Fiji 52 0 Sydney Football Stadium Sydney 15,855
336 9 November
2008
 Papua New Guinea 46 6 Willows Sports Complex Townsville 16,239
335 2 November
2008
 England 52 4 Docklands Stadium Melbourne 36,927
334 25 October
2008
 New Zealand 30 6 Sydney Football Stadium Sydney 34,157
333 9 May
2008
 New Zealand 28 12 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 34,571 2008 ANZAC Test
332 13 October
2007
 New Zealand 58 0 Wellington Stadium Wellington 16,681
331 20 April
2007
 New Zealand 30 6 Lang Park Brisbane 35,241 2007 ANZAC Test
330 25 November
2006
 New Zealand 16 12 Sydney Football Stadium Sydney 27,325 2006 Rugby League Tri-Nations
329 18 November
2006
 Great Britain 33 10 Lang Park Brisbane 44,258
328 4 November
2006
 Great Britain 12 23 Sydney Football Stadium Sydney 24,953
327 21 October
2006
 New Zealand 20 15 Docklands Stadium Melbourne 30,732
326 14 October
2006
 New Zealand 30 18 Mount Smart Stadium Auckland 17,887
325 5 May
2006
 New Zealand 50 12 Lang Park Brisbane 44,191 2006 ANZAC Test
324 26 November
2005
 New Zealand 24 0 Elland Road Leeds 26,514 2005 Rugby League Tri-Nations
323 19 November
2005
 Great Britain 26 14 KC Stadium Hull 25,150
322 13 November
2005
 France 44 12 Stade Aimé Giral Perpignan 7,913
321 6 November
2005
 Great Britain 26 6 JJB Stadium Wigan 25,004 2005 Rugby League Tri-Nations
320 21 October
2005
 New Zealand 28 26 Mount Smart Stadium Auckland 16,258
319 15 October
2005
 New Zealand 28 38 Stadium Australia Sydney 28,255
318 22 April
2005
 New Zealand 32 16 Lang Park Brisbane 40,317 2005 ANZAC Test
317 27 November
2004
 Great Britain 44 4 Elland Road Leeds 39,200 2004 Rugby League Tri-Nations
316 1 21 November
2004
 France 52 30 Stade Ernest-Wallon Toulouse 10,000
315 13 November
2004
 Great Britain 12 24 JJB Stadium Wigan 25,004 2004 Rugby League Tri-Nations
314 30 October
2004
 Great Britain 12 8 City of Manchester Stadium Manchester 38,572
313 23 October
2004
 New Zealand 32 12 Loftus Road London 16,725
312 16 October
2004
 New Zealand 16 16 North Harbour Stadium Auckland 19,118
311 23 April
2004
 New Zealand 37 10 Newcastle International Sports Centre Newcastle 21,537 2004 ANZAC Test
310 21 November
2003
 Great Britain 18 12 Galpharm Stadium Huddersfield 24,163 2003 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France 2003 Ashes Series
309 14 November
2003
 Great Britain 23 20 KC Stadium Hull 25,147
308 7 November
2003
 Great Britain 22 18 JJB Stadium Wigan 24,614
307 18 October
2003
 New Zealand 16 30 North Harbour Stadium Auckland 21,926
306 25 July
2003
 New Zealand 48 6 Sydney Football Stadium Sydney 30,605
305 12 October
2003
 New Zealand 32 24 Wellington Stadium Wellington 25,015
304 12 July
2003
 Great Britain 64 10 Sydney Football Stadium Sydney 31,844
303 24 November
2001
 Great Britain 28 8 JJB Stadium Wigan 25,011 2001 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain 2001 Ashes Series
302 17 November
2001
 Great Britain 40 12 Reebok Stadium Bolton 22,152
301 11 November
2001
 Great Britain 12 20 Galpharm Stadium Huddersfield 21,758
300 7 October
2001
 Papua New Guinea 54 12 Lloyd Robson Oval Port Moresby 16,000
299 13 July
2001
 New Zealand 28 10 Wellington Stadium Wellington 26,580
298 25 November
2000
 New Zealand 40 12 Old Trafford Manchester 44,329 2000 Rugby League World Cup
297 19 November
2000
 Wales 46 22 McAlpine Stadium Huddersfield 8,114
296 11 November
2000
 Samoa 66 10 Vicarage Road Watford 5,404
295 4 November
2000
 Russia 110 4 The Boulevard Hull 3,444
294 1 November
2000
 Fiji 66 8 Gateshead International Stadium Gateshead 4,167
293 28 October
2000
 England 22 2 Twickenham Stadium London 32,758
292 7 October
2000
 Papua New Guinea 82 0 Willows Sports Complex Townsville 21,000
291 21 April
2000
 New Zealand 52 0 Stadium Australia Sydney 26,023 2000 ANZAC Test
  1. This match was only considered a Test by the French Rugby League (FFR13) when it was played. The Australian Rugby League (ARL) has retrospectively classified this game as a Test.

1997 Super League[edit]

The following Super League matches are considered to be Tests by the Rugby League International Federation, New Zealand Rugby League and Rugby Football League, but not by the Australian Rugby League.

Test # Date Opponent F A Venue City Crowd Tour/Competition
N/A 20 November
1997
 Great Britain 37 20 Elland Road Leeds 40,324 1997 Super League Test Series
N/A 16 November
1997
 Great Britain 12 20 Old Trafford Manchester 39,337
N/A 1 November
1997
 Great Britain 38 14 Wembley Stadium London 41,135
N/A 26 September
1997
 New Zealand 12 30 North Harbour Stadium Auckland 17,500
N/A 25 April
1997
 New Zealand 34 22 Sydney Football Stadium Sydney 23,829 1997 ANZAC Test

1990–1999[edit]

Test # Date Opponent F A Venue City Crowd Tour/Competition
290 5 November
1999
 New Zealand 22 20 Mount Smart Stadium Auckland 21,204 1999 Rugby League Tri-Nations
289 22 November
1997
 Great Britain 42 6 Lang Park Brisbane 12,511
288 15 November
1997
 New Zealand 22 24 Mount Smart Stadium Auckland 22,131
287 5 November
1999
 New Zealand 20 14 Stadium Australia Sydney 30,245 1999 ANZAC Test
286 16 October
1998
 New Zealand 36 16 North Harbour Stadium Auckland 24,620
285 16 October
1998
 New Zealand 36 16 North Harbour Stadium Auckland 24,620
284 9 October
1998
 New Zealand 30 12 Lang Park Brisbane 18,571
283 5 November
1998
 New Zealand 16 22 North Harbour Stadium Auckland 24,640 1998 ANZAC Test
282 2 11 July
1997
 Rest of World 28 8 Lang Park Brisbane 14,927
281 2 6 October
1996
 Papua New Guinea 52 8 Lloyd Robson Oval Port Moresby 15,000
280 2 12 July
1996
 Fiji 84 14 Newcastle International Sports Centre Newcastle 19,000
279 28 October
1995
 England 16 8 Wembley Stadium London 66,540 1995 Rugby League World Cup
278 22 October
1995
 New Zealand 30 20 McAlpine Stadium Huddersfield 16,608
277 14 October
1995
 Fiji 66 0 McAlpine Stadium Huddersfield 7,127
276 10 October
1995
 South Africa 86 6 Gateshead International Stadium Gateshead 9,191
275 7 October
1995
 England 16 20 Wembley Stadium London 41,271
274 14 July
1995
 New Zealand 46 10 Lang Park Brisbane 20,803 1995 Trans-Tasman Test series
273 7 July
1995
 New Zealand 20 10 Sydney Football Stadium Sydney 27,568
272 23 June
1995
 New Zealand 26 8 Lang Park Brisbane 25,304
271 4 December
1994
 France 74 0 Stade de la Méditerranée Béziers 8,000 1994 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France
270 20 November
1994
 Great Britain 23 4 Elland Road Leeds 39,486 1994 Ashes Series
269 5 November
1994
 Great Britain 38 8 Old Trafford Manchester 43,930
268 22 October
1994
 Great Britain 4 8 Wembley Stadium London 57,034
267 6 July
1994
 Great Britain 58 0 Parramatta Eels Sydney 27,318
266 30 June
1993
 New Zealand 16 4 Lang Park Brisbane 31,000 1993 Trans-Tasman Test series
266 25 June
1993
 New Zealand 16 8 Palmerston North Showgrounds Palmerston North 19,000
265 20 June
1993
 New Zealand 14 14 Mount Smart Stadium Auckland 22,994
264 24 October
1992
 Great Britain 10 6 Wembley Stadium London 73,761 1989-1992 Rugby League World Cup Final
263 1 15 July
1992
 Papua New Guinea 36 14 Townsville Sports Reserve Townsville 12,470
262 1 3 July
1992
 Great Britain 16 10 Lang Park Brisbane 32,313 1992 Great Britain Lions tour of Australasia 1992 Ashes Series
261 26 June
1992
 Great Britain 33 10 Princes Park Melbourne 31,005
260 12 June
1992
 Great Britain 22 6 Sydney Football Stadium Sydney 40,141
259 1 13 October
1991
 Papua New Guinea 40 6 Lloyd Robson Oval Port Moresby 14,500
258 6 October
1991
 Papua New Guinea 58 2 Danny Leahy Oval Goroka 13,000
257 1 31 July
1991
 New Zealand 40 12 Lang Park Brisbane 26,200 1991 Trans-Tasman series
256 24 July
1991
 New Zealand 44 0 Sydney Football Stadium Sydney 34,911
255 3 July
1991
 New Zealand 8 24 Olympic Park Stadium Melbourne 26,900
254 1 9 December
1990
 France 34 10 Stade Aimé Giral Perpignan 2,000 1990 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France
253 2 December
1990
 France 60 4 Parc de Sports Avignon 3,000
252 1 24 November
1990
 Great Britain 14 0 Elland Road Leeds 32,500 1990 Ashes Series
251 10 November
1990
 Great Britain 14 10 Old Trafford Manchester 46,615
250 27 October
1990
 Great Britain 12 19 Wembley Stadium London 52,274
249 19 August
1990
 New Zealand 24 6 Athletic Park Wellington 25,000
248 1 27 June
1990
 France 34 2 Pioneer Oval Parkes 12,384
  1. The result of this match counted towards the nomadic 1989-1992 Rugby League World Cup.
  2. This match is considered a Test by the Australian Rugby League (ARL) only.


1980–1989[edit]

Test# Date Competition Result Stadium City Crowd
235 23 July 1989 1989 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 22–14 Mount Smart Stadium Auckland 15,000
234 16 July 1989 1989 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 8–0 Rotorua International Stadium Rotorua 26,000
233 10 July 1989 1989 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 26–6 Queen Elizabeth II Park Christchurch 15,000
232 9 October 1988 1985–1988 World Cup Final Australia def. New Zealand 25–12 Eden Park Auckland 47,329
231 20 July 1988 One-off Test Australia def. Papua New Guinea 70–81 Eric Weissel Oval Wagga Wagga 11,685
230 9 July 1988 1988 Ashes series Great Britain def. Australia 26–121 Sydney Football Stadium Sydney 15,944
229 28 June 1988 1988 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 34–14 Lang Park Brisbane 27,130
228 11 June 1988 1988 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 17–6 Sydney Football Stadium Sydney 24,480
227 21 July 1987 One-off Test New Zealand def. Australia 13–6 Lang Park Brisbane 16,500
226 13 December 1986 1986 Kangaroo tour Australia def. France 52–01 Stade d'Albert Domec Carcassonne 5,000
225 30 November 1986 1986 Kangaroo tour Australia def. France 44–2 Stade Gilbert Brutus Perpignan 5,000
224 22 November 1986 1986 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 24–151 Central Park Wigan 20,169
223 8 November 1986 1986 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 34–4 Elland Road Leeds 30,808
222 25 October 1986 1986 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 38–16 Old Trafford Manchester 50,583
221 5 October 1986 1986 Kangaroo tour Australia def. Papua New Guinea 62–121 Lloyd Robson Oval Port Moresby 17,000
220 29 July 1986 1986 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 32–121 Lang Park Brisbane 22,811
219 6 July 1986 1986 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 22–8 Carlaw Park Auckland 14,566
218 19 June 1986 1986 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 29–12 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 34,302
217 7 July 1985 1985 Trans-Tasman series New Zealand def. Australia 18–01 Carlaw Park Auckland 15,327
216 30 June 1985 1985 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 10–6 Carlaw Park Auckland 19,132
215 18 June 1985 1985 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 26–20 Lang Park Brisbane 22,000
214 7 July 1984 1984 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 20–7 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 18,756
213 26 June 1984 1984 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 18–6 Lang Park Brisbane 26,534
212 12 June 1984 1984 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 25–8 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 30,190
211 9 July 1983 1983 Trans-Tasman series New Zealand def. Australia 19–12 Lang Park Brisbane 15,000
210 12 June 1983 1983 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 16–4 Carlaw Park Auckland 18,000
209 18 December 1982 1982 Kangaroo tour Australia def. France 23–9 Stade d'Egassiairal Narbonne 5,000
208 5 December 1982 1982 Kangaroo tour Australia def. France 15–4 Parc des Sports Avignon 6,000
207 28 November 1982 1982 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 32–8 Headingley Leeds 17,318
206 20 November 1982 1982 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 27–6 Central Park Wigan 23,216
205 30 October 1982 1982 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 40–4 Boothferry Park Hull 26,771
204 25 September 1982 1982 Kangaroo tour Australia def. Papua New Guinea 38–2 Lloyd Robson Oval Port Moresby 15,000
203 17 July 1982 1982 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 20–2 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 16,775
202 3 July 1982 1982 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 11–8 Lang Park Brisbane 11,400
201 18 July 1981 1981 Australia-French series Australia def. France 17–2 Lang Park Brisbane 14,000
200 4 July 1981 1981 Australia-French series Australia def. France 43–3 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 16,277
199 15 June 1980 1980 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 15–6 Carlaw Park Auckland 9,706
198 1 June 1980 1980 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 17–6 Carlaw Park Auckland 12,321
  1. The result of this match counted towards the 1985–1988 Rugby League World Cup.

1970–1979[edit]

Test# Date Competition Result Stadium City Crowd
197 14 July 1979 1979 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 21–7 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 16,844
196 30 June 1979 1979 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 24–16 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 26,857
195 16 June 1979 1979 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 35–0 Lang Park Brisbane 23,000
194 10 December 1978 1978 Kangaroo tour France def. Australia 11–10 Stade de Toulouse Toulouse 7,060
193 26 November 1978 1978 Kangaroo tour France def. Australia 13–10 Stade d'Albert Domec Carcassonne 7,000
192 18 November 1978 1978 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 23–6 Headingley Leeds 29,627
191 5 November 1978 1978 Ashes series Great Britain def. Australia 18–14 Odsal Stadium Bradford 26,447
190 15 October 1978 1978 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 15–9 Central Park Wigan 17,644
189 22 July 1978 1978 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 33–16 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 6,541
188 15 July 1978 1978 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 38–7 Lang Park Brisbane 14,000
187 24 June 1978 1978 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 24–2 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 16,577
186 25 June 1977 1977 World Cup Final Australia def. Great Britain 13–12 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 24,457
185 18 June 1977 1977 World Cup Australia def. Great Britain 19–5 Lang Park Brisbane 27,000
184 11 June 1977 1977 World Cup Australia def. France 21–9 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 13,231
183 29 May 1977 1977 World Cup Australia def. New Zealand 27–12 Carlaw Park Auckland 18,000
182 12 November 1975 1975 World Cup Final Australia d. England 25–0 Headingley Leeds 7,727
181 1 November 1975 1975 World Cup England d. Australia 16–13 Central Park Wigan 9,393
180 26 October 1975 1975 World Cup Australia d. France 41–2 Stade Gilbert Brutus Perpignan 10,440
179 19 October 1975 1975 World Cup Australia d. Wales 18–6 St Helens Rugby and Cricket Ground Swansea 11,112
178 27 September 1975 1975 World Cup Australia d. New Zealand 24–8 Carlaw Park Auckland 20,000
177 28 June 1975 1975 World Cup Australia drew with England 10–10 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 33,858
176 22 June 1975 1975 World Cup Australia d. France 26–6 Lang Park Brisbane 9,000
175 14 June 1975 1975 World Cup Australia d. Wales 13–3 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 25,386
174 1 June 1975 1975 World Cup Australia d. New Zealand 36–8 Lang Park Brisbane 10,000
173 20 July 1974 1974 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 22–18 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 55,505
172 6 July 1974 1974 Ashes series Great Britain def. Australia 16–11 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 48,006
171 15 June 1974 1974 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 12–6 Lang Park Brisbane 30,280
170 16 December 1973 1973 Kangaroo tour Australia def. France 14–3 Stade de Toulouse Toulouse 5,000
169 9 December 1973 1973 Kangaroo tour Australia def. France 21–11 Stade Gilbert Brutus Perpignan 7,630
168 1 December 1973 1973 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 15–5 Wilderspool Warrington 10,019
167 24 November 1973 1973 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 14–6 Headingley Leeds 16,674
166 3 November 1973 1973 Ashes series Great Britain def. Australia 21–12 Wembley Stadium London 9,874
165 11 November 1972 1972 World Cup Final Australia drew with Great Britain 10–10 Stade de Gerland Lyon 4,321
164 5 November 1972 1972 World Cup Australia def. France 31–9 Stade de Toulouse Toulouse 10,332
163 1 November 1972 1972 World Cup Australia def. New Zealand 9–5 Parc des Princes Paris 8,000
162 29 October 1972 1972 World Cup Great Britain def. Australia 27–21 Stade Gilbert Brutus Perpignan 6,324
161 15 July 1972 1972 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 31–7 Lang Park Brisbane 24,000
160 8 July 1972 1972 Trans-Tasman series Australia def. New Zealand 36–11 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 29,714
159 26 June 1971 One-Off Test New Zealand def. Australia 24–3 Carlaw Park Auckland 13,917
158 7 November 1970 1970 World Cup Final Australia def. Great Britain 12–7 Headingley Leeds 18,776
157 1 November 1970 1970 World Cup France def. Australia 17–15 Odsal Stadium Bradford 6,215
156 24 October 1970 1970 World Cup Great Britain def. Australia 11–4 Headingley Leeds 15,084
155 21 October 1970 1970 World Cup Australia def. New Zealand 47–11 Central Park Wigan 9,586
154 4 July 1970 1970 Ashes series Great Britain def. Australia 21–17 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 61,258
153 20 June 1970 1970 Ashes series Great Britain def. Australia 28–7 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 60,962
152 6 June 1970 1970 Ashes series Australia def. Great Britain 37–15 Lang Park Brisbane 42,807

1960–1969[edit]

Test# Date Competition Result Stadium City Crowd
151 7 June 1969 New Zealand def. Australia 18–14 Carlaw Park Auckland 9,848
150 1 June 1969 Australia def. New Zealand 20–10 Carlaw Park Auckland 13,375
149 7 January 1968 France def. Australia 16–13 Stade de Toulouse Toulouse 4,898
148 24 December 1967 France def. Australia 10–3 Stade d'Albert Domec Carcassonne 4,971
147 17 December 1967 France drew with Australia 7–7 Stade Vélodrome Marseilles 5,193
146 9 December 1967 Australia def. Great Britain 11–3 Station Road Swinton 13,615
145 3 November 1967 Australia def. Great Britain 17–11 White City London 17,445
144 21 October 1967 Great Britain def. Australia 16–11 Headingley Leeds 22,293
143 8 July 1967 Australia def. New Zealand 13–9 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 27,530
142 1 July 1967 Australia def. New Zealand 35–22 Lang Park Brisbane 30,122
141 10 June 1967 Australia def. New Zealand 22–13 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 33,416
140 23 July 1966 Australia def. Great Britain 19–14 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 63,505
139 16 July 1966 Australia def. Great Britain 6–4 Lang Park Brisbane 45,057
138 25 June 1966 Great Britain def. Australia 17–13 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 57,962
137 26 June 1965 New Zealand def. Australia 7–5 Carlaw Park Auckland 11,383
136 19 June 1965 Australia def. New Zealand 13–8 Carlaw Park Auckland 13,295
135 18 July 1964 Australia def. France 35–9 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 16,731
134 4 July 1964 Australia def. France 27–2 Lang Park Brisbane 20,076
133 13 June 1964 Australia def. France 20–6 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 20,270
132 18 January 1964 Australia def. France 16–8 Parc des Princes Paris 5,979
131 22 December 1963 Australia def. France 21–9 Stade de Toulouse Toulouse 6,932
130 8 December 1963 France def. Australia 8–5 Stade Chaban-Delmas Bordeaux 4,261
129 30 November 1963 Great Britain def. Australia 16–5 Headingley Leeds 20,947
128 9 November 1963 Australia def. Great Britain 50–12 Station Road Swinton 30,833
127 16 October 1963 Australia def. Great Britain 28–2 Wembley Stadium London 13,946
126 27 July 1963 Australia def. South Africa 54–21 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 16,995
125 20 July 1963 Australia def. South Africa 34–6 Lang Park Brisbane 10,210
124 29 June 1963 Australia def. New Zealand 14–0 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 45,657
123 22 June 1963 New Zealand def. Australia 16–13 Lang Park Brisbane 30,748
122 7 June 1963 Australia def. New Zealand 7–3 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 48,330
121 14 July 1962 Australia def. Great Britain 18–17 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 42,104
120 30 June 1962 Great Britain def. Australia 17–10 Lang Park Brisbane 34,766
119 9 June 1962 Great Britain def. Australia 31–12 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 70,174
118 8 July 1961 New Zealand def. Australia 10–8 Carlaw Park Auckland 12,424
117 1 July 1961 New Zealand def. Australia 12–10 Carlaw Park Auckland 11,485
116 16 July 1960 France 7–5 def. Australia Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 29,127
115 2 July 1960 Australia def. 56–6 Exhibition Ground Brisbane 32,644
114 11 June 1960 Australia drew with France 8–8 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 49,868
113 20 January 1960 Australia def. France 16–8 Parc des Sports Roanne 3,437

1950–1959[edit]

Test# Date Competition Result Stadium City Crowd
112 20 December 1959 Australia def. France 17–2 Stade Chaban-Delmas Bordeaux 8,848
111 12 December 1959 Great Britain def. Australia 18–12 Central Park Wigan 26,089
110 21 November 1959 Great Britain def. Australia 11–10 Headingley Leeds 30,184
109 31 October 1959 Australia def. France 20–19 Stade Pershing Paris 9,864
108 17 October 1959 Australia def. Great Britain 22–14 Station Road Swinton 35,224
107 4 July 1959 New Zealand def. Australia 28–12 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 31,629
106 27 June 1959 Australia def. New Zealand 38–10 Exhibition Ground Brisbane 30,994
105 13 June 1959 Australia def. New Zealand 9–8 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 38,613
104 19 July 1958 Great Britain def. Australia 40–17 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 68,720
103 5 July 1958 Great Britain def. Australia 25–18 Exhibition Ground Brisbane 33,563
102 14 June 1958 Australia def. Great Britain 15–8 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 68,777
101 3 January 1957 Australia def. France 25–21 Stade de Gerland Lyon 5,743
100 23 December 1956 Australia def. France 10–6 Stade Chaban-Delmas Bordeaux 11,379
99 15 December 1956 Great Britain def. Australia 19–0 Station Road Swinton 17,542
98 1 December 1956 Australia def. Great Britain 22–9 Odsal Bradford 23,634
97 17 November 1956 Great Britain def. Australia 21–10 Central Park Wigan 22,473
96 1 November 1956 Australia def. France 15–8 Stade Pershing Paris 10,789
95 30 June 1956 Australia def. New Zealand 31–14 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 46,735
94 23 June 1956 Australia def. New Zealand 8–2 Exhibition Ground Brisbane 28,361
93 9 June 1956 Australia def. New Zealand 12–9 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 46,766
92 23 July 1955 Australia def. France 20–8 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 67,748
91 2 July 1955 France def. Australia 29–28 Brisbane Cricket Ground Brisbane 45,745
90 11 June 1955 France def. Australia 8–5 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 62,458
89 17 July 1954 Australia def. Great Britain 20–16 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 67,577
88 4 July 1954 Great Britain def. Australia 38–21 Brisbane Cricket Ground Brisbane 46,355
87 12 June 1954 Australia def. Great Britain 37–12 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 65,885
86 18 July 1953 Australia def. New Zealand 18–16 Carlaw Park Auckland 16,033
85 4 July 1953 New Zealand def. Australia 12–11 Basin Reserve Wellington 5,394
84 27 June 1953 New Zealand def. Australia 25–5 Addington Showgrounds Christchurch 5,509
83 25 January 1953 France def. Australia 13–5 Stade de Gerland Lyon 17,545
82 11 January 1953 France def. Australia 5–0 Stade Chaban-Delmas Bordeaux 23,419
81 27 December 1952 Australia def. France 16–12 Stade Pershing Paris 18,327
80 13 December 1952 Australia def. Great Britain 27–7 Odsal Bradford 30,509
79 9 November 1952 Great Britain def. Australia 21–5 Station Road Swinton 32,421
78 4 October 1952 Great Britain def. Australia 19–6 Headingley Leeds 34,505
77 2 July 1952 New Zealand def. Australia 19–9 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 44,916
76 28 June 1952 New Zealand def. Australia 49–25 Brisbane Cricket Ground Brisbane 29,245
75 9 June 1952 Australia def. New Zealand 25–13 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 56,376
74 21 July 1951 France def. Australia 35–14 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 67,005
73 30 June 1951 Australia def. France 23–11 Brisbane Cricket Ground Brisbane 35,000
72 11 June 1951 France def. Australia 26–15 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 60,160
71 22 July 1950 Australia def. Great Britain 5–2 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 45,178
70 1 July 1950 Australia def. Great Britain 15–3 Brisbane Cricket Ground Brisbane 35,000
69 12 June 1950 Great Britain def. Australia 6–4 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 47,215

1940–1949[edit]

Test # Date Opponent F A Venue City Crowd Tour/Competition
68 8 October
1949
 New Zealand 31 10 Carlaw Park Auckland 12,361
67 17 September
1949
 New Zealand 21 26 Basin Reserve Wellington 7,737
66 29 January
1949
 Great Britain 9 23 Odsal Stadium Bradford 42,000 1948-49 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France 1948-49 Ashes series
65 23 January
1949
 France 10 0 Stade Chaban-Delmas Bordeaux 17,365
64 9 January
1949
 France 29 10 Stade Vélodrome Marseilles 15,796
63 6 November
1949
 Great Britain 7 16 Station Road Swinton 36,534 1948-49 Ashes series
62 9 October
1949
 Great Britain 23 21 Headingley Stadium Leeds 36,529
61 12 June
1948
 New Zealand 13 4 Brisbane Cricket Ground Brisbane 23,013 1948 New Zealand Kiwis tour of Australia
60 29 May
1948
 New Zealand 19 21 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 55,866
59 20 July
1946
 Great Britain 7 20 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 35,924 1946 Great Britain Lions tour of Australia and New Zealand 1946 Ashes series
58 6 July
1946
 Great Britain 5 14 Brisbane Cricket Ground Brisbane 40,500
57 17 June
1946
 Great Britain 8 8 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 64,526

1930–1939[edit]

Test # Date Opponent F A Venue City Crowd Tour/Competition
56 16 January
1938
 France 16 11 Stade Vélodrome Marseilles 24,000 1937–38 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France
55 2 January
1938
 France 35 6 Stade Pershing Paris 11,500
54 18 December
1937
 Great Britain 13 3 Fartown Ground Huddersfield 9,093 1937-38 Ashes series
53 13 November
1937
 Great Britain 3 13 Station Road Swinton 31,724
52 16 October
1937
 Great Britain 4 5 Headingley Stadium Leeds 31,949
51 14 August
1937
 New Zealand 15 16 Carlaw Park Auckland 25,000
50 7 August
1937
 New Zealand 12 8 Carlaw Park Auckland 12,000
49 18 July
1936
 Great Britain 7 12 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 53,546 1936 Great Britain Lions tour of Australia and New Zealand 1936 Ashes series
48 4 July
1936
 Great Britain 7 12 Brisbane Cricket Ground Brisbane 29,486
47 26 June
1936
 Great Britain 8 24 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 63,920
46 4 October
1935
 New Zealand 31 8 Carlaw Park Auckland 20,000
45 2 October
1935
 New Zealand 31 8 Carlaw Park Auckland 8,000
44 28 September
1935
 New Zealand 14 22 Carlaw Park Auckland 20,000
43 16 December
1933
 Great Britain 16 19 Station Road Swinton 10,990 1933–34 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain 1933 Ashes series
42 11 November
1933
 Great Britain 5 7 Headingley Stadium Leeds 29,618
41 7 October
1933
 Great Britain 0 4 Belle Vue Stadium Manchester 34,000
40 16 July
1932
 Great Britain 13 15 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 50,053 1932 Great Britain Lions tour of Australia and New Zealand 1932 Ashes series
39 18 June
1932
 Great Britain 15 6 Brisbane Cricket Ground Brisbane 26,500
38 6 June
1932
 Great Britain 6 8 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 70,204
37 15 January
1930
 Great Britain 0 3 Athletic Grounds Rochdale 16,743 1929–30 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain 1929–30 Ashes series
36 4 January
1930
 Great Britain 0 10 Station Road Swinton 34,709


1920–1929[edit]

Test # Date Opponent F A Venue City Crowd Tour/Competition
35 9 November
1929
 Great Britain 3 9 Headingley Stadium Leeds 31,402 1929–30 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain 1929–30 Ashes series
34 5 October
1929
 Great Britain 31 8 Craven Park Hull 20,000
33 21 July
1928
 Great Britain 21 14 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 37,380 1929 Great Britain Lions tour of Australia 1928 Ashes series
32 14 July
1928
 Great Britain 0 8 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 44,548
31 23 June
1928
 Great Britain 12 15 Exhibition Ground Brisbane 39,200
30 12 July
1924
 Great Britain 21 11 Exhibition Ground Brisbane 36,000 1924 Great Britain Lions tour of Australia and New Zealand 1924 Ashes series
29 28 June
1924
 Great Britain 3 5 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 33,842
28 23 June
1924
 Great Britain 3 22 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 50,000
27 1 14 January
1922
 Great Britain 0 6 The Willows Salford 21,000 1921–22 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain 1921-22 Ashes series
26 1 5 November
1921
 Great Britain 16 2 The Boulevard Hull 21,504
25 1 21 October
1921
 Great Britain 5 6 Headingley Stadium Hull 32,000
25 10 July
1920
 Great Britain 13 23 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 32,000 1920 Great Britain Lions tour of Australasia 1920 Ashes series
23 3 July
1920
 Great Britain 21 8 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 60,000
22 26 June
1920
 Great Britain 8 4 Exhibition Ground Brisbane 28,000
  1. An Australasian side was again sent on the 1921–22 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain although the 28-man squad featured only one New Zealander.

1910–1919[edit]

Test # Date Opponent F A Venue City Crowd Tour/Competition
21 13 September
1919
 New Zealand 32 2 Carlaw Park Auckland 15,000 1919 Kangaroo tour of New Zealand
20 6 September
1919
 New Zealand 34 23 Carlaw Park Auckland 24,300
19 30 August
1919
 New Zealand 10 26 Addington Showgrounds Christchurch 7,000
18 23 August
1919
 New Zealand 44 21 Basin Reserve Wellington 8,000
17 4 July
1914
 Great Britain 6 14 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 41,000 1914 Great Britain Lions tour of Australia and New Zealand 1914 Ashes series
16 29 June
1914
 Great Britain 12 7 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 38,000
15 27 June
1914
 Great Britain 5 23 Agricultural Oval Sydney 40,000
14 1 1 January
1912
 Great Britain 33 8 Villa Park Birmingham 4,000 1911–12 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain 1911-12 Ashes series
13 1 16 December
1911
 Great Britain 11 11 Tynecastle Edinburgh 8,000
12 1 8 November
1911
 Great Britain 10 19 St James' Park Newcastle 5,317
11 2 July
1910
 Great Britain 17 22 Exhibition Ground Brisbane 18,000 1910 Great Britain Lions tour of Australia and New Zealand 1910 Ashes series
10 18 June
1910
 Great Britain 20 27 Agricultural Oval Sydney 42,000
  1. The team that toured in 1911-12 was actually an "Australasia" team, which included four New Zealand players, rather than the Australian team alone.

1908–1909[edit]

Test # Date Opponent F A Venue City Crowd Tour/Competition
9 3 July
1909
 New Zealand 25 5 Wentworth Park Sydney 6,000 1909 All Golds tour of Australia
8 26 June
1909
 New Zealand 10 5 Exhibition Ground Brisbane 6,000
7 12 June
1909
 New Zealand 11 19 Agricultural Oval Syndey 6,000
6 15 February
1909
 Great Britain 5 6 Villa Park Birmingham 9,000 1908–09 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain
5 23 January
1909
 Great Britain 9 14 St James' Park Newcastle 22,000
4 12 December
1908
 Great Britain 22 22 Park Royal Ground London 2,000
3 6 June
1908
 New Zealand 14 9 Agricultural Oval Sydney 13,000 1907-1908 All Golds tour of Australia and Great Britain
2 30 May
1908
 New Zealand 12 24 Exhibition Ground Brisbane 6,000
1 8 May
1908
 New Zealand 10 11 Agricultural Oval Sydney 20,000

As Australasia[edit]

The Australasian rugby league team (or the Kangaroos) represented Australia and New Zealand in rugby league sporadically between 1910 and 1922. Administered by the New South Wales Rugby League, appearances for the team were counted towards the Australian team's records and playing register but not the New Zealand team's. The team toured Great Britain twice, participating in two Ashes series, and also played Great Britain twice in Sydney.

Opponent Matches Won Drawn Lost % Won Year/s
Total 15 9 3 3 60% 1910–1922
 England 5 3 1 1 60% 1911
 Great Britain 8 4 2 2 50% 1910-1922
 Wales 2 2 0 0 100% 1911-1921

Non-Test international matches[edit]

Date Result Stadium City Crowd
1 December 2004 Australia def. United States 36-24 Franklin Field Philadelphia -
2 November 2003 Australia def. Wales 76-4 Brewery Park Bridgend 3,112
28 October 2003 Australia def. England 26-22 London 6,817
25 October 2003 Australia def. France 34-10 Carcassonne 7,813
30 October 1994 Australia def. Wales 46-4 Ninian Field Cardiff 8,729
27 July 1988 Australia def. Rest of World XIII 22-10 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 15,301
24 October 1982 Australia def. Wales 37-7 Ninian Field Cardiff 5,617
4 June 1980 Australia def. Māori 10-10 - - 5,000
15 October 1978 Australia def. Wales 8-3 - Swansea 4,250
12 November 1975 England def. Australia 25-0 Headingley Carnegie Stadium Leeds 7,680
13 November 1970 Australia def. France 7-4 Stade Gilbert Brutus Perpignan 14,700
24 January 1960 Australia def. Italy 67-22 Tenni Stadium Treviso 3,105
23 January 1960 Australia def. Italy 37-15 Stadio Euganeo Padua 3,500
29 June 1957 Australia def. Rest of World XIII 20-11 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 30,675
19 November 1954 Australia def. New Zealand 33-0 Hilton Park Leigh -
28 September 1949 Australia def. Māori 33-0 - - 1,827
20 November 1948 Australia def. Wales 12-5 - Swansea 9,224
11 August 1937 Māori def. Australia 5-16 - - -
7 January 1934 England def. Australia 14-19 Redheugh Park Gateshead 15,576
30 December 1933 Australia def. Wales 51-19 Wembley Stadium London 10,000
18 January 1930 Australia def. Wales 26-10 Wembley Stadium London 20,000
10 October 1921 England def. Australia 4-5 Arsenal Stadium London 12,000
10 December 1921 Australia def. Wales 21-16 Taff Vale Park Pontypridd 13,000
20 December 1911 Australia def. Wales & West England 23-3 Ashton Gate Bristol 1,000
8 October 1911 Australia def. Wales 28-20 Bridgend Field Ebbw Vale 7,000
16 January 1909 Welsh League XIII def. Australia 13-14 Penydarren Park Merthyr Tydfil 6,000
10 October 1921 England def. Australia 9-14 Fartown Huddersfield 7,000

Exhibition matches[edit]

Date Result Stadium City Crowd
22 June 1954 Australia def. Rest of the World 20–11 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 30,675
15 April 1953 Australia def. The Rest 33–21 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney 20,845[2]
31 December 1933 Australia def. England 63–13 Stade Pershing Paris 5,000
18 September 1909 Australia def. Wallabies (rugby union) 8–6 Agricultural Oval Sydney 4,000
11 September 1909 Wallabies (rugby union) def. Australia 15–6 Agricultural Oval Sydney 14,000
8 September 1909 Wallabies (rugby union) def. Australia 34–21 Agricultural Oval Sydney 2,500
4 September 1909 Australia def. Wallabies 29–26 Agricultural Oval Sydney 18,000

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cite error: The named reference 2014_Official_Rugby_League_Annual was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  2. ^ "Dashing Finish by Kangaroos". The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia). 16 April 1953. p. 7. Retrieved 2010-08-01. 

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