Sweden national rugby league team
|Governing body||Rugby League Sweden|
|Head coach||Scott Edwards|
| Sweden 20-20 Norway
(Gothenburg, Sweden; 30 October 2010)
| Denmark 52 - 18 Sweden
(Gothenburg, Sweden; 2 July 2011)
The Sweden national rugby league team (nicknamed the Barbarians) was founded in 2008.
Rugby League in Sweden was founded by Scott Edwards in 2008. The first competitive rugby league on Swedish soil was the 2nd annual Scandinavian Nines Tournament, hosted by Spartacus Reds in Gothenburg in April 2010. Following the success of the 9's competition, a domestic league was founded in 2011, comprising three teams - Borås Ravens, Spartacus Reds and Gothenburg Lions.
Sweden competed in their first rugby league international on 30 October 2010 when they drew 20 - 20 against Norway. Robin Larsson was the first player to score a try for Sweden.
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||Last Meeting|
|2 July 2011||Denmark XIII def. Sweden 52-18||Nordic Cup||Spartacus Rugby Club, Gothenburg, Sweden||Not known|
|30 October 2010||Sweden drew Norway 20-20||Nordic Cup||Spartacus Rugby Club, Gothenburg||Not known|
|Sweden national rugby league team|
|First team squad||Coaching staff|