Algeria national rugby union team
|Nickname(s)||"Les Lionceaux" (The Lion Cubs)|
|Ground(s)||Stade Ahmed Zabana|
|Coach(es)||Djemaï Tebani, Foudil Youbi and Salah Rebadj|
|Most caps||Samir Khamouche (9)|
|Top scorer||Boris Bouhraoua (40)|
|Most tries||Mohamed Khedaria (3)|
| Tunisia 7–8 Algeria
(24 February 2007)
| Libya 0–50 Algeria
(26 October 2010)
Egypt 0–50 Algeria
(29 October 2010)
| Tunisia 27-13 Algeria
(6 June 2012)
|Appearances||None (First in -)|
The Algeria national rugby union team represents Algeria in rugby union. The team is administered by the Algerian rugby Federation (FAR). The first match they competed in was on the 24th February 2007, in a game in Tunis against the Tunisia national rugby union team (to which Algeria won by 8-7). Almost all current national team players play for clubs in the French championships,however there are some national players who practice the sport in Australia, New Zealand, Romania and England. The first coach of the Algeria national rugby union team was Morad Kellal.
World Cup record
The team has neither qualified for or being invited to any of the Rugby World Cups, because of its relatively recent foundation. Nevertheless, they are expected to enter the 2019 Rugby World Cup qualifyings.
|Head coach||Salim Tebani|
|Assistant coach||Djemai Tebani|
|General manager||Azzouz Aib|
|President of the Algerian federation (FAR)||Sofiane Abdelkader Benhassen|
|Fitness coach||Nahim Rouabah|
As of 18 December 2015 their record against all nations is as follows:
Rugby World Cup
|World Cup record||World Cup Qualification record|
|1987||Did not enter||Did not enter|
|2023||To be determined||To be determined|
|Crescent Cup record|
Updated: The following players were called up for the friendly match against Tunisia on the 18th December.
|#||Pos||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Tries||Club|
|5||Boumedienne Allam||19 November 1979 (36)|
The following players have been called up to play for the Algeria squad at least once within the last 24 months.
Note: Flags indicate national union for the club/province as defined by World Rugby.