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List of Rugby League World Cup Winners: Australia 2017 Champions.

Rugby League World Cup Final Winners list: All-time Champions 1954-2017. 



  • Rugby League World Cup is an international tournament organized by Rugby League International Federation (RLIF), the 1st world cup is held in 1954 in France.
  • There are 14 tournaments are organized till 2015.
  • The Rugby League World Cup 2017 co-host by Australia-New Zealand- Papua New Guinea.
  • The Most winning team of Rugby League World Cup is Australia with 10 times, which is world record , & on 2nd by England, UK, Great Britain is 3 times.
  •  The Overall Top point scorers in Rugby League World Cup is Mike Cronin = 112 points, Michael O'conner = 108 points, George Fairbairn = 94  points.
  • Rugby League World Cup 2017 Final Winner-Champion team is Australia who beat England in the Final, scores 6-0.



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Here is the complete Table List of All-time Champions-Winners of Rugby League World Cup Finals, Past results, Scores &  facts-figures &  all host countries Since 1954- 2021.



1954 World Cup Champions - Great Britain

Great Britain defeated France 16-12 in the first-ever 'Rugby' World Cup Final, played in Paris. The 1954 World Cup was played in France.


1957 World Cup Winners - Australia

Australia won by virtue of being at the top of the ladder. Followed games in Sydney and Brisbane, Australia defeating New Zealand 25-5, Great Britain 31-6 and France 26-9.



1960 World Cup Champions - Great Britain

Great Britain won by virtue of being at the top of the ladder. Great Britain defeated Australia 10-3 at Odsal Stadium in England. Both Great Britain and Australia were undefeated coming into the match.



1968 World Cup Winners - Australia

Australia defeated France 20-2 in the World Cup Final in Sydney. The 1968 World Cup was played in Australia and New Zealand.



1970 World Cup Champions - Australia

Australia defeated Great Britain 12-7 in the World Cup Final in Leeds. The 1970 World Cup was played in England.



1972 World Cup Winners - Great Britain

Great Britain and Australia played a 10-all draw in Lyon, France. Great Britain was declared World Cup winners by virtue of being undefeated.



1975 World Cup Champions - Australia

Australia won by virtue of being at the top of the ladder, one point ahead of England. The 1975 World Cup was played in Australia, New Zealand, England, Wales, and France and was spread over the entire year. Great Britain was divided into the two home nations of England and Wales.



1977 World Cup Winners - Australia

Australia defeated Great Britain 13-12 in the World Cup Final in Sydney. The 1977 World Cup was played in Australia and New Zealand.



1985-1988 World Cup Champions - Australia

Australia defeated New Zealand 25-12 in the World Cup Final in Auckland. Played internationally over four seasons, the ninth World Cup tournament saw the introduction of Papua-New Guinea.



1989-1992 World Cup Winners - Australia

Australia defeated Great Britain 10-6 in the World Cup Final in front of 76,631 people at Wembley Stadium in London.



1995 World Cup Champions - Australia

Australia defeated England 16-8 in the World Cup Final in London. The 1995 World Cup, played in England, saw the introduction of more rugby league nations as well Great Britain being divided into home nations. The Australian Rugby League announced that matches played by the Kangaroos would be given ARL Test match status.



2000 World Cup Winners - Australia

Australia defeated New Zealand 40-12 in the World Cup Final in Manchester. The 2000 World Cup was played in Great Britain and France. Great Britain has divided itself into four home nations. A number of new teams were introduced including NZ Maori and Cook Is. in addition to Lebanon, Russia, Fiji, and South Africa.



2008 World Cup Champions - New Zealand

New Zealand defeated Australia 34 - 20 in the World cup final in Brisbane. The 2008 world cup was played in Australia. Massive underdogs heading into the match, the Kiwis pulled off the biggest upset in World Cup history as the Kangaroos surrendered their No.1 ranking to their trans-Tasman rivals with their first loss since 2006.



2013 World Cup Champions - Australia.

Australia defeated New Zealand 34 - 2 in Rugby League World Cup Final at Old Trafford, Manchester, GB. The 2013 League World Cup was played at England, they host the WC for the fifth time. The Kangaroos won the Rugby League World Cup for the tenth time, and the first time since 2000. The 74,468 crowds at Old Trafford set a new int. rugby league attendance record, despite the previous record of 73,361 established at the 1992 World Cup Final.



2017 World Winners - Australia.

Australia defeated England 6 - 0 in Rugby League World Cup Final. The 2017 Rugby League World Cup was co-jointly hosted by Australia, New Zealand, and Papua New Guinea.
 By winning 2017 WC Australia became the winners of the Rugby League World Cup for a record eleventh time & the first team since 1977 to win the World Cup on the homeland. 
It also saw the lowest combined score for a final of 6, despite the previous ones was in 1992 RLWC final where only 16 points were scored.



The Next Rugby League World Cup is scheduled in 2021 at England.  



The upcoming 2019 Rugby League WC tournament will features for the first time, stage men's, women's and wheelchair tournaments at the same time when England hosts the 2021 edition - making it "the most inclusive" edition ever.





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