Guam national rugby union team
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The Guam national rugby union team represents the United States territory of Guam in international rugby union. They have yet to make their debut at the Rugby World Cup, though they have attempted to qualify for the World Cup.
|Union||Guam Rugby Football Union|
|Head coach||Tony Penn|
|Home stadium||Wettengel Rugby Field|
|World Rugby ranking|
|Current||74 (as of 28 July 2019)|
| Guam 8–8 India |
(June 18, 2005)
| Guam 74–0 Brunei |
(June 28, 2008)
| India 47–0 Guam |
(June 23, 2007)
The national side is ranked 74th in the world (as of 29 July 2019).
Guam attempted to qualify for the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France, taking part in Division 3 Pool B of Round 1a of the Asian qualifying tournament. They competed against three other nations in the pool; Kazakhstan, India and Malaysia.
In their first match of the pool competition, Guam played India in Guam and drew 8-all with them. However they then lost 51-6 to Kazakhstan and 44-15 to Malaysia. In 2006 they played two internationals, a 14-18 loss against the Philippines and a 27-22 loss against Pakistan.
World Cup recordEdit
Squad to 2012 Asian Five Nations - Division 3