Rugby union in Cameroon
|Rugby union in Cameroon|
|Governing body||Cameroonian Rugby Federation|
The governing body for the game is the Cameroonian Rugby Federation (Fédération Camerounaise de Rugby).
Cameroon is a former French colony, and the sport was introduced from France. Originally the game was mainly played by white expatriates. However, most of the participants these days are Africans.
Cameroon has a long-established union and players come from all walks of life.  However, due to bad economic conditions, and the migration of many players to France, such as Serge Betsen, it has been difficult to maintain a decent domestic game.
- IRB Cameroon page
- Cameroon rugby news
- Castres lends Africa helping hand (IRB.COM) Friday 30 January 2009
- "Islam and Rugby" on the Rugby Readers review
- ‹See Tfd›(in French) Archives du Rugby: Cameroun
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