Serbia national rugby league team
|Nickname||White Eagles (Бели орлови)|
|Governing body||Serbian Rugby League|
|Head coach||Marko Janković|
|Most caps||Zoran Pešić (24)|
|Home stadium||Makiš Stadium, Belgrade|
| Lebanon 102–0 Serbia
(19 October 2003)
| Germany 6–90 Serbia
(22 April 2011)
| France 120–0 Serbia
(22 October 2003)
Rugby League was first played in Serbia in 1953 when it was introduced by Dragan Marsicevic, secretary of the Yugoslav Sport Association. Two French teams toured later that year, and in 1954 the clubs Partizan and Radnički were formed. These clubs played their first match on April 26, 1954.
In 1961 a Yugoslav Rugby League team played its only game against a French Select XIII team in Banja Luka. The French team won 13-0. The sport was died out soon afterwards.
The Serbian Rugby 13 Federation was formed on November 10, 2001. There is now an eight team domestic competition between Dorcol Spiders, Morava Cheetahs, Red Star Belgrade, Belgrade University, Radnički Nova Pazova, Tsar Lazar, Soko, Stari Grad, and Niš.
Serbia has participated in the Mediterranean Cup competition in 2003 and 2004.
2008 World Cup Qualifying 
2013 World Cup Qualifying 
Serbia will participate in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup qualifiers in October 2011. They will play games against Italy, Lebanon and Russia. If Serbia qualify they will join Scotland and Tonga in Group C.
Youth National Teams 
Serbian youth national teams permanently compete in European cups from 2006. Their first appearance was in France during U19s European Nations Cup. They finished 6th after dying minutes defeat by Scotland U19s.
In 2007, Serbia hosted U16's European Nations Cup. Win over Russia U16's in group stage secured match for the 3rd place, but Serbia U16's eventually lost 20-22 by Euro Celts U16's and finished 4th.
In 2008 Serbia attended U18's European Nations Cup in Czech Republic. Ireland U18's beat Serbia U18's in preliminaries and send them to European Nation Shield semifinals, where they beat Euro Celts U18s and qualify for the Shield final. In the most indecisive game of the tournament, Serbs finally lost to Scots after golden point extra time (second extra time) and won 6th place.
In 2009, Serbia hosted U16's European Championships for the second time. Serbia U16's failed to win a game in the European Shield part of the competition. The both, Euro Celts U16's (composed of Irish, Russian, Welsh, Czech, Serbian and French players) and Scotland U16's defeated Serbia U16's on their home soil and Serbs finished 6th.
All-time Results Record 
|Top 28 Rankings as of November 2012|
|6||2||Papua New Guinea||220.00|
|Team||First Played||Played||Win||Draw||Loss||Points For||Points Against|
|9 June 2012||Serbia def. Italy 24-18||Rugby League European Shield||Makiš Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia |
|12 May 2012||Germany def. Serbia 25-24||Rugby League European Shield||Fritz-Grunebaum-Sportpark, Heidelberg, Germany|
|29 October 2011||Russia def. Serbia 36-28||2013 Rugby League World Cup Qualifiers||Makiš Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia|
|23 October 2011||Italy def. Serbia 52-6||2013 Rugby League World Cup Qualifiers||Makiš Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia|
|16 October 2011||Lebanon def. Serbia 96-4||2013 Rugby League World Cup Qualifiers||Olympic Stadium, Tripoli, Lebanon|
|30 September 2011||Serbia def. Ukraine 10-4||Milan Kosanovic Cup||Ada Ciganlija Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia|
|22 April 2011||Serbia def. Germany 90-6||Friendly International||TuS Hochspeyer, Kaiserslautern, Germany|
|3 July 2010||Serbia def. Germany 40-14||Rugby League European Shield, West Division||FK Radnički Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia|
|26 June 2010||Serbia def. Czech Republic 56-4||Rugby League European Shield, West Division||RK Petrovice, Prague, Czech Republic|
|8 November 2009||Italy def. Serbia 42-14||2009 Rugby League European Cup||The Llynfi Road, Maesteg, Wales|
|25 October 2009||Wales def. Serbia 88-8||2009 Rugby League European Cup||FK Smederevo, Smederevo, Serbia|
|18 October 2009||Ireland def. Serbia 82-0||2009 Rugby League European Cup||Tullamore, Ireland|
|5 October 2008||Lebanon def. Serbia 20-14||Rugby League Euro Med Challenge||Municipal Stadium, Bhamdoun, Lebanon|
|20 September 2008||Russia def. Serbia 30-4||Rugby League Euro Med Challenge||FK Kabel, Novi Sad, Serbia |
|18 August 2007||Serbia def. Czech Republic 56-16||Rugby League European Shield||FK Radnički Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia|
|7 July 2007||Serbia def. Germany 38-6||Rugby League European Shield||Heidelberg, Germany|
|12 August 2006||Serbia def. Czech Republic 34-26||Slavic Cup||Ragbyove hřiště v Edenu, Prague, Czech Republic|
|17 June 2006||Netherlands def. Serbia 38-26||2008 Rugby League World Cup Qualifiers||Rotterdamse RC Beekweg, Rotterdam, The Netherlands|
|4 June 2006||Russia def. Serbia 44-6||2008 Rugby League World Cup Qualifiers||FK Radnički Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia|
|13 May 2006||Georgia def. Serbia 45-10||2008 Rugby League World Cup Qualifiers||FK Radnički Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia|
|24 July 2005||Georgia def. Serbia 44-12||2005 Rugby League European Cup Qualifier||Dinamo Stadium, Tbilisi, Georgia|
|18 June 2005||Netherlands def. Serbia 26-10||2005 Rugby League European Cup Qualifier||FK Radnički Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia|
|25 October 2003||Morocco XIII def. Serbia 58-4||Rugby League Mediterranean Cup||Olympic Stadium, Tripoli, Lebanon|
|22 October 2003||France def. Serbia 120-0||Rugby League Mediterranean Cup||Municipal Stadium, Beirut, Lebanon|
|19 October 2003||Lebanon def. Serbia 102-0||Rugby League Mediterranean Cup||Olympic Stadium, Tripoli, Lebanon|
2011 Squad 
|2011 Serbia Squad|
|First team squad||Coaching staff|
Updated: 29 June 2010
See also 
- RLIF; RLIF Rankings