List of England national rugby league team results

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The following list is a complete collection of results for the England national rugby league team. England's matches against Australia and New Zealand show a limited number of matches played due to the fact that the Great Britain national rugby league team participated and represented England in tournaments such as World Cups and also tours in the 1900s, and early 2000s before their last fixture against New Zealand in 2007. For more information on this topic see: Great Britain national rugby league team results

All-time records[edit]

Country Matches Won Drawn Lost
Total 207 136 9 62
 Aotearoa Māori 1 0 1 0
Australasia 3 2 0 1
 Australia 18 2 1 15
Australia Combined Affiliated States 1 1 0 0
Cumbria Cumbria 1 0 1 0
Exiles 4 2 0 2
 Fiji 3 3 0 0
 France 50 40 2 8
 Ireland 3 3 0 0
 Italy 1 0 0 1
 Lebanon 1 1 0 0
 New Zealand 20 9 1 10
Other Nationalities 16 8 1 7
 Papua New Guinea 4 4 0 0
 Russia 3 3 0 0
 Samoa 3 3 0 0
 Scotland 1 1 0 0
 South Africa 1 1 0 0
 Tonga 3 3 0 0
 United States 1 1 0 0
 Wales 69 50 2 17

1900s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Location Attendance
5 April 1904  England 3–9 Other Nationalities Friendly England Central Park, Wigan 6,000
2 January 1905  England 26–11 Other Nationalities Friendly England Bradford F.C., Bradford 6,000
1 January 1906  England 3–3 Other Nationalities Friendly England Central Park, Wigan 8,000
11 January 1908  England 18–16  New Zealand 1907-08 New Zealand tour of Great Britain England Central Park, Wigan 12,000
20 April 1908  Wales 35–18  England Friendly Wales Athletic Ground, Aberdare 12,000
28 December 1908  England 31–7  Wales Friendly England Wheater's Field, Broughton 4,000
4 December 1909  England 19–13  Wales Friendly England Belle Vue, Wakefield 4,000

1910s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Location Attendance
9 April 1910  Wales 39–18  England Friendly Wales Bridgend Field, Ebbw Vale 4,000
10 December 1910  England 39–13  Wales Friendly England Butts Park Arena, Coventry 5,000
1 April 1911  Wales 8–27  England Friendly Wales Bridgend Field, Ebbw Vale 4,000
18 October 1911  England 6–11 Australasia 1911–12 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain EnglandCraven Cottage, Fulham 6,000
6 December 1911  England 5–3 Australasia 1911–12 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain England Meadow Lane, Nottingham 3,000
20 January 1912  England 31–5  Wales Friendly England Watersheddings, Oldham 8,000
15 February 1913  England 40–16  Wales Friendly England South Devon Place, Plymouth Albion R.F.C., Plymouth 8,000
14 February 1914  England 16–12  Wales Friendly England St. Helens, St. Helens 10,000

1920s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Location Attendance
19 January 1921  England 35–9  Wales Friendly England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 13,000
5 February 1921  England 33–16 Other Nationalities Friendly England Lonsdale Park, Workington 10,000
10 October 1921  England 5–4 Australasia 1921–22 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain England Highbury Stadium, London 12,000
11 December 1922  England 12–7  Wales Friendly England Herne Hill Stadium, London 3,000
7 February 1923  England 2–13  Wales Friendly England Central Park, Wigan 12,000
1 November 1923  England 18–11  Wales Friendly England Fartown Ground, Huddersfield 11,000
15 October 1924  England 17–23 Other Nationalities Friendly England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 3,000
7 February 1925  England 27–22  Wales Friendly England Lonsdale Park, Workington 14,000
30 September 1925  England 18–14  Wales Friendly England Central Park, Wigan 12,000
4 February 1926  England 37–11 Other Nationalities Friendly England Recreation Ground, Whitehaven 7,000
12 April 1926  Wales 22–30  England Friendly Wales Taff Vale Park, Pontypridd 23,000
6 April 1927  England 11–8  Wales Friendly England Wheater's Field, Broughton 6,000
11 January 1928  England 20–12  Wales Friendly England Central Park, Wigan 12,000
14 November 1928  Wales 15–39  England Friendly Wales Sloper Road Greyhound Stadium, Cardiff 15,000
20 March 1929  England 27–20 Other Nationalities Friendly England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 5,000

1930s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Location Attendance
7 April 1930  England 19–35 Other Nationalities Friendly England Thrum Hall, Halifax 2,300
1 October 1930  England 31–18 Other Nationalities Friendly England St. Helens, St. Helens 10,000
18 March 1931  England 23–18  Wales Friendly England Fartown Ground, Huddersfield 6,000
27 January 1932  England 19–2  Wales Friendly England The Willows, Salford 8,000
30 November 1932  England 14–13  Wales Friendly England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 4,000
30 March 1933  England 34–27 Other Nationalities Friendly England Lonsdale Park, Workington 11,000
31 December 1933  Australia 63-13  England Friendly France Stade Pershing, Paris 8,000
15 April 1934  France 21–32  England Friendly France Stade Buffalo, Paris 20,000
28 March 1935  France 15–15  England 1935 European Cup France Stade Buffalo, Paris 18,000
10 April 1935  England 24–11  Wales England Stanley Stadium, Liverpool 7,100
1 February 1936  England 14–17  Wales 1935-36 European Cup England Craven Park, Hull 17,000
16 February 1936  France 7–25  England France Stade Buffalo, Paris 25,000
7 November 1936  Wales 3–2  England 1936-37 European Cup Wales Taff Vale Park, Pontypridd 12,000
10 April 1937  England 23–9  France England Thrum Hall, Halifax 7,024
29 January 1938  England 6–7  Wales 1938 European Cup England Odsal Stadium, Bradford 8,637
20 March 1938  France 15–17  England France Stade Buffalo, Paris 18,000
5 November 1938  Wales 17–9  England 1938-39 European Cup Wales Stebonheath Park, Llanelli 17,000
25 February 1939  England 9–12  France England St. Helens, St. Helens 10,000
23 December 1939  England 3–16  Wales Friendly England Odsal Stadium, Bradford 15,257

1940s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
16 April 1940  England 5–8  Wales Friendly England Watersheddings, Oldham 5,000
18 October 1941  England 9–9  Wales Friendly England Odsal Stadium, Bradford 4,339
27 February 1943  England 15–9  Wales Friendly England Central Park, Wigan 17,000
26 February 1944  England 9–9  Wales Friendly England Central Park, Wigan 16,028
10 March 1945  England 18–8  Wales Friendly England Central Park, Wigan 24,000
24 November 1945  Wales 11–3  England 1945-46 European Cup Wales St Helens Rugby Ground, Swansea 30,000
23 February 1946  England 16–6  France England Station Road, Swinton 20,000
12 October 1946  England 10–13  Wales 1946-47 European Cup England Station Road, Swinton 20,203
16 November 1946  Wales 5–19  England Wales St Helens Rugby Ground, Swansea 25,000
8 December 1946  France 0–3  England France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 24,100
17 May 1947  England 5–2  France England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 21,000
20 September 1947  England 8–10  Wales 1947-48 European Cup England Central Park, Wigan 27,000
25 October 1947  England 20–15  France England Fartown Ground, Huddersfield 14,175
6 December 1947  Wales 7–18  England Wales St Helens Rugby Ground, Swansea 10,000
11 April 1948  France 10–25  England France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 32,000
22 September 1948  England 11–5  Wales 1948-49 European Cup England Central Park, Wigan 12,638
28 November 1948  France 5–12  England France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 26,000
5 February 1949  Wales 14–10  England Wales St Helens Rugby Ground, Swansea 9,553
12 March 1949  England 5–12  France England Wembley Stadium(1923), London 12,382
19 September 1949  England 7–13 Other Nationalities 1949-50 European Cup England Borough Park, Workington 17,576
4 December 1949  France 7–13  England France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 20,598

1950s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
1 March 1950  England 11–6  Wales 1949-50 European Cup England Central Park, Wigan 28,000
14 October 1950  Wales 4–22  England 1950-51 European Cup Wales Abertillery Leisure Centre, Abertillery 8,000
11 November 1950  England 14–9  France England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 22,000
11 April 1951  England 10–35 Other Nationalities England Central Park, Wigan 16,860
19 September 1951  England 35–11  Wales 1951-52 European Cup England St. Helens, St. Helens 20,918
25 November 1951  France 42–13  England France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 31,810
23 April 1952  England 31–18 Other Nationalities England Central Park, Wigan 19,785
17 November 1952  England 19–8  Wales 1952-53 European Cup England Central Park, Wigan 13,503
18 October 1952  England 12–31 Other Nationalities England Fartown Ground, Huddersfield 20,459
11 April 1953  France 13–15  England France Parc des Princes, Paris 25,000
16 September 1953  England 24–5  Wales 1953-54 European Cup England St. Helens, St. Helens 19,357
7 November 1953  England 7–5  France England Odsal Stadium, Bradford 10,659
28 November 1953  England 30–22 Other Nationalities England Central Park, Wigan 19,012
12 September 1955  England 16-33 Other Nationalities 1955-56 European Cup England Central Park, Wigan 18,232
10 May 1956  France 23–9  England France Stade de Gerland, Lyon ?

1960s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
17 November 1962  England 18–6  France Friendly England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 11,099
7 November 1968  England 17–24  Wales Friendly England The Willows, Salford 6,002
18 October 1969  England 40–23  Wales 1969-70 European Cup England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 8,355
25 October 1969  England 11–11  France England Central Park, Wigan 4,568

1970s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
24 February 1970  England 26–7  Wales 1969-70 European Cup England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 9,393
15 March 1970  France 14–9  England France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 6,587
19 January 1975  France 9–11  England 1975 European Cup France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 7,950
25 February 1975  England 12–8  Wales England The Willows, Salford 8,494
16 March 1975  England 20–2  France 1975 World Cup England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 10,842
10 June 1975  England 7–12  Wales Australia Lang Park, Brisbane 6,000
21 June 1975  New Zealand 17–17  England New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 12,000
28 June 1975  Australia 10–10  England Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 33,858
6 July 1975  Papua New Guinea 12-40  England Friendly Papua New Guinea Lloyd Robson Oval, Port Moresby 12,000
20 September 1975  England 22–16  Wales 1975 World Cup England Wilderspool Stadium, Warrington 5,034
11 October 1975  France 2–48  England France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 1,581
25 October 1975  England 27–12  New Zealand England Odsal Stadium, Bradford 5,937
1 November 1975  England 16–13  Australia England Central Park, Wigan 9,393
12 November 1975  England 0–25  Australia Friendly (World Cup final) England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 7,727
29 January 1977  England 2–6  Wales 1977 European Cup England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 6,472
20 March 1977  France 28–15  England France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 12,000
5 March 1978  France 11–13  England 1978 European Cup France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 6,000
28 May 1978  England 60–13  Wales England St. Helens, St. Helens 10,000
16 March 1979  England 15–7  Wales 1979 European Cup England Naughton Park, Widnes 5,099
24 March 1979  England 12–6  France England Wilderspool Stadium, Warrington 5,004

1980s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
29 February 1980  England 26–9  Wales 1980 European Cup England Craven Park, Hull 7,557
16 March 1980  France 2–4  England France Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitie, Narbonne 20,000
21 February 1981  England 1–5  France 1981 European Cup England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 3,229
18 March 1981  England 17–4  Wales England Craven Park, Hull 4,786
8 November 1981  Wales 15–20  England Friendly Wales Ninian Park, Cardiff 13,173
14 October 1984  Wales 9–28  England Friendly Wales Bridgend Field, Ebbw Vale 2,111

1990s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
27 November 1992  Wales 11–36  England Test Match Wales Vetch Field, Swansea 10,243
1 February 1995  Wales 18–16  England 1995 European Cup Wales Ninian Park, Cardiff 6,000
15 February 1995  England 19–16  France England Thunderdome, Gateshead 6,252
7 October 1995  England 20–16  Australia 1995 World Cup England Wembley Stadium(1923), London 41,271
11 October 1995  England 46–0  Fiji England Central Park, Wigan 26,263
14 October 1995  England 46–0  South Africa England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 14,014
21 October 1995  England 25–10  Wales England Old Trafford, Manchester 30,042
28 October 1995  Australia 16–8  England England Wembley Stadium, London 66,540
12 June 1996  England 73–6  France 1996 European Cup England Thunderdome, Gateshead 6,239
26 June 1996  Wales 12–26  England Wales Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff 5,425
19 June 1998  England 15–12  Wales Friendly England Naughton Park, Widnes 5,154
13 October 1999  France 20–28  England Test Match France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 3,000
23 October 1999  England 50–20  France England The Boulevard, Hull 3,068

2000s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
October 2000  United States 0–110  England Friendly United States Orlando ?
28 October 2000  England 2–22  Australia 2000 World Cup England Twickenham Stadium, London 33,758
1 November 2000  England 76–4  Russia England Knowsley Road, St. Helens 5,736
4 November 2000  England 66–10  Fiji England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 10,052
11 November 2000  England 26–16  Ireland England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 15,405
18 November 2000  England 6–49  New Zealand England Reebok Stadium, Bolton 16,032
29 July 2001  Wales 33–42  England Friendly Wales Racecourse Ground, Wrexham 6,373
2 November 2003  England 102–0  Russia 2003 European Cup England Odsal Stadium, Bradford 1,376
9 November 2003  England 22–4  Wales England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 2,124
16 November 2003  England 68–6  France England Wilderspool Stadium, Warrington 2,536
24 October 2004  Russia 4–98  England 2004 European Cup Russia Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow 1,000
30 October 2004  France 4–42  England France Parc des Sports, Avignon 4,000
7 November 2004  England 36–12  Ireland England Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington 3,582
23 October 2005  England 22–12  France Friendly England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 2,609
6 November 2005  England 22–30  New Zealand Friendly England Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington 7,298
22 October 2006  England 26–10  France Federation Shield England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 5,547
29 October 2006  England 40–18  Tonga England Twickenham Stoop Stadium, London 2,388
5 November 2006  England 38–14  Samoa England KC Stadium, Hull 5,698
12 November 2006  England 32–14  Tonga England Halton Stadium, Widnes 3,000
27 June 2008  France 8–56  England Test Match France Stade Ernest-Wallon, Toulouse 8,326
10 October 2008  England 74–0  Wales Friendly England Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster 11,263
25 October 2008  England 32–22  Papua New Guinea 2008 World Cup Australia Willows Sports Complex, Townsville 10,780
2 November 2008  Australia 52–4  England Australia Docklands Stadium, Melbourne 36,297
8 November 2008  England 24–36  New Zealand Australia Newcastle International Sports Centre, Newcastle 15,145
15 November 2008  England 22–32  New Zealand Australia Lang Park, Brisbane 26,659
13 June 2009  France 12–66  England Test Match France Stade Jean-Bouin, Paris 7,600
17 October 2009  Wales 12–48  England Friendly Wales Brewery Field, Bridgend 3,249
23 October 2009  England 34–12  France 2009 Four Nations England Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster 11,529
31 October 2009  England 16–26  Australia England JJB Stadium, Wigan 23,122
7 November 2009  England 20–12  New Zealand England Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield 19,390
14 November 2009  England 16–46  Australia England Elland Road, Leeds 31,042

2010s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Location Attendance
12 June 2010  England 60–6  France Friendly England Leigh Sports Village, Leigh 7,951
4 October 2010 Cumbria Cumbria 18–18  England Friendly England Recreation Ground, Whitehaven 5,250
16 October 2010  Aotearoa Māori 18–18  England Friendly New Zealand Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland 11,512
23 October 2010  New Zealand 24–10  England 2010 Four Nations New Zealand Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington 20,681
31 October 2010  Australia 34–14  England Australia Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne 18,894
6 November 2010  England 36–10  Papua New Guinea New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland 44,324
10 June 2011  England 12–16 Exiles RL 2011 International Origin England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 14,174
21 October 2011  France 18–32  England Friendly France Parc des Sports, Avignon 16,866
29 October 2011  England 42–4  Wales 2011 Four Nations England Leigh Sports Village, Leigh 10,377
5 November 2011  England 20–36  Australia England Wembley Stadium, London 42,344
12 November 2011  England 28–6  New Zealand England KC Stadium, Hull 23,447
19 November 2011  England 8–30  Australia England Elland Road, Leeds 34,174
16 June 2012  England 18–10 Exiles RL 2012 International Origin England Langtree Park, St. Helens 11,083
4 July 2012  England 20–32 Exiles RL England John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield 7,865
27 October 2012  Wales 12–80  England 2012 Autumn International Series Wales Racecourse Ground, Wrexham 4,014
3 November 2012  England 44–6  France England Craven Park, Hull 7,173
11 November 2012  England 48–4  France England Salford City Stadium, Salford 7,921
14 June 2013  England 30–10 Exiles RL 2013 International Origin England Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington 7,926
19 October 2013  England 14–15  Italy Friendly England Salford City Stadium, Salford 4,382
26 October 2013  England 20–28  Australia 2013 World Cup Wales Millennium Stadium, Cardiff 45,052
2 November 2013  England 42–0  Ireland England John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield 24,375
9 November 2013  England 34–12  Fiji England KC Stadium, Hull 25,114
16 November 2013  England 34–6  France England DW Stadium, Wigan 22,276
23 November 2013  England 18–20  New Zealand England Wembley Stadium, London 67,575
25 October 2014  England 32–26  Samoa 2014 Four Nations Australia Lang Park, Brisbane 47,813
2 November 2014  Australia 16–12  England Australia AAMI Park, Melbourne 20,585
8 November 2014  New Zealand 16–14  England New Zealand Otago Stadium, Dunedin 15,863
24 October 2015  England 84–4  France Test Match England Leigh Sports Village, Leigh 8,380
1 November 2015  England 26–12  New Zealand Baskerville Shield England KC Stadium, Hull 23,526
7 November 2015  England 2–9  New Zealand England Olympic Stadium, London 44,393
14 November 2015  England 20–14  New Zealand England DW Stadium, Wigan 24,741
22 October 2016  France 6–40  England Test Match France Parc des Sports, Avignon 14,276
29 October 2016  England 16–17  New Zealand 2016 Four Nations England John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield 24,070
5 November 2016  England 38–12  Scotland England Ricoh Arena, Coventry 21,009
13 November 2016  England 18–36  Australia England Olympic Stadium, London 35,569
6 May 2017  Samoa 10–30  England Test Match Australia Campbelltown Stadium, Campbelltown 18,271
20 October 2017 Australia Combined Affiliated States 12-74  England Friendly Australia Perth Oval, Perth ?
27 October 2017  Australia 18–4  England 2017 World Cup Australia Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne 22,724
4 November 2017  England 29–10  Lebanon Australia Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney 10,237
12 November 2017  England 36–6  France Australia Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth 14,744
19 November 2017  England 36–6  Papua New Guinea Australia Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne 10,563
25 November 2017  Tonga 18–20  England New Zealand Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland 30,003
2 December 2017  Australia 6–0  England Australia Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane 40,033
23 June 2018  New Zealand 18–36  England Test Match United States Mile High Stadium, Denver 19,320
17 October 2018  England 44-6  France Test Match England Leigh Sports Village, Leigh 5,144
27 October 2018  England 18-16  New Zealand Baskerville Shield England KCOM Stadium, Hull 17,649
3 November 2018  England 20-14  New Zealand England Anfield, Liverpool 26,234
11 November 2018  England 0–34  New Zealand England Elland Road, Leeds 32,186

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • Rugby League Hall Of Fame
  • "From All Blacks To All Golds" by John Haynes
  • "THE KIWIS - 100 Years Of International Rugby League" by John Coffey and Bernie Wood
  • "The Year The Kiwis Flew" by Peter Leitch and Richard Becht
  • "The A-Z Of Rugby League" by Malcolm Andrews
  • Journal De L'Epoque
  • Treize Magazine
  • "Rugby League Bravehearts" by Gavin Willacy
  • Rugby League International Scores
  • Rugby League Project
  • Heads, Ian and Middleton, David (2008) A Centenary of Rugby League, MacMillan Sydney