Foreign legion or Foreign Legion is a title which has been used by a small number of military units composed of foreign volunteers. It usually refers to the French Foreign Legion, part of the French Army, established in 1831.
Foreign legion may also refer to:
- Brigade of Gurkhas, light infantry unit of the British Army
- Foreign volunteers, a term for troops joining a foreign army
- International Brigades, of the Spanish Civil War
- International Legion, created in 1860 by Giuseppe Garibaldi
- King's German Legion (KGL), a British Army unit of expatriate Germans during the Napoleonic Wars
- Mahal (Israel), foreigners serving in the Israeli army
- Polish Legions (Napoleonic period), Polish military units that served with the French Army, 1790s–1810s
- Portuguese Legion (Napoleonic Wars), a Portuguese military force in Napoleon's Imperial Armies
- Rhodesian Light Infantry, informally known as Rhodesian Foreign Legion (1961–1980)
- Royal Dutch East Indies Army (KNIL), informally known as Dutch Foreign Legion (1830–1950)
- Russian–German Legion, a Russian Army unit of expatriate German personnel during the Napoleonic Wars
- Spanish Legion, a quasi-independent unit of the Spanish Army
- Värvat främlingsregemente, Recruited Foreigners Regiment, Swedish regiment of Polish deserters
- Foreign Legion (band), a punk band from Wales
- Foreign Legion (album), a 2002 album by Murfreesboro
- Foreign Legion (Tin Hat album), a 2010 album by Tin Hat
- Foreign Legion (hip hop crew), band from Oakland, California
- Foreign Legion (wrestling) (La Legión Extranjera), a loosely affiliated group in Mexican wrestling
- Foreign Legions, a 2001 anthology edited by David Drake
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