American Samoa national rugby league team

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Not to be confused with Samoa national rugby league team (formerly Western Samoa national rugby league team).
American Samoa
Badge of American Samoa team
Region Asia-Pacific
Home stadium Veterans Memorial Stadium
RLIF ranking 24th
First international
 Tonga 38–14 American Samoa 
(Apia, Samoa; 1988)
Biggest win
 New Caledonia 6–62 American Samoa 
(Auckland, New Zealand; 2004)
Biggest defeat
 Tonga 38–14 American Samoa 
(Apia, Samoa; 1988)

The American Samoa national rugby league team represents American Samoa at rugby league football and has been participating in international competition since 1988.


American Samoa has participated in:

Cabramatta International Nines Rugby League competition/ Sydney: (2008, 2013, 2015)

  • Pacific Cup (since 1988)
  • World Sevens (1996, 1997; entered the Qualification Tournament in 2003 and 2004) and the VB Sevens in 2005

International Results[edit]

Winning team given first

Pacific Cup 2004[edit]

  • Tonga 22-18 American Samoa (18 October 2004)
  • Cook Islands 28-12 American Samoa (20 October 2004)
  • American Samoa 62-6 New Caledonia (23 October 2004)

Pacific Cup 1998[edit]

Pacific Cup 1992[edit]

Pacific Cup 1988[edit]

Sevens Results[edit]

2005 VB Sevens[edit]

  • NZ Residents 24-8 American Samoa
  • Fiji A 18-16 American Samoa
  • American Samoa 32-16 Malta
  • Sydney Bulls 28-16 American Samoa

2004 World Sevens Qualifier[edit]

2003 World Sevens Qualifier[edit]

See also[edit]

Players: Tinetali Papali'i (C) Victor Tutuila (VC) Henry Teofilo Vinnie Uelese Henry Godinet Justin Lemalu Denny Godinet Tutuila Tutuila Enoka Time Tarrant Mariner Raymond Ioane Aaron Teariki Liam Roebeck Ben Masoe Jordan Meads Tyga Vatuvei


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