Vanuatu national rugby league team
|Governing body||Vanuatu Rugby League|
|Head coach||John Nash|
|Home stadium||Port Vila Municipal Stadium|
| Vanuatu 14–24 Greece
(Port Vila, Vanuatu; 20 October 2012)
| Vanuatu 48–30 Solomon Islands
(Mackay, Australia; 7 October 2013)
| Vanuatu 16–32 Philippines
(Luganville, Vanuatu; 11 October 2014)
The Vanuatu national team was founded in 2011 after Australian Dane Campbell began to promote rugby league in Vanuatu. Campbell was the inaugural head coach of the team. They played their first match in the Cabramatta International Nines on 4 February 2012. Joe Meninga, nephew of Mal Meninga, was selected in Vanuatu's squad for the tournament. The team were undefeated in reaching the final, where they lost to the Australian Aboriginal team.
Vanuatu played their first test match against Greece on 20 October 2012, which they lost 14-24. On 20 August 2013, David Simpson was announced as head coach, succeeding the inaugural head coach Dane Campbell.
|20 October 2012||Greece||14-24||Port Vila Municipal Stadium, Port Vila|
|7 October 2013||Solomon Islands||48-30||Stadium Mackay, Mackay||1,648|
|12 October 2013||Niue||22-20||Port Vila Municipal Stadium, Port Vila||3,022|
|11 October 2014||Philippines||16-32||Chapius Stadium, Luganville||2,021|
Current players of Ni-Vanuatu descent
- Alehana Mara (debuted for Vanuatu against Greece on 20 October 2012)
- Justin O'Neill
- Zac Santo
- Travis Waddell
- "Vanuatu Rugby League announces national team". Vanuatu Daily Post. 19 December 2011. Archived from the original on 25 March 2012.
- Bryan, Andrew (6 November 2012). "Lazarus' Greek Odyssey". NRL.com. Retrieved 14 October 2016.
- "New Squad and Coach announced". VanuatuRL.com. 20 August 2013. Retrieved 14 October 2016.
- "Alehana Mara happy to help Vanuatu in long-term World Cup quest". Radio New Zealand. 21 March 2013. Retrieved 14 October 2016.