Tunisia national rugby union team
The Tunisia national rugby union team is the national team of Tunisia, a third tier rugby union nation. They first started competing in 1979 and they competed in the African qualification for the 2007 Rugby World Cup.
|Union||Tunisian Rugby Federation|
(The Carthage Eagles)
|Coach(es)||Danie de Villiers|
|Netherlands 12 - 0 Tunisia|
(1 July 1979)
|Tunisia 52 - 5 Kenya|
(20 September 1997)
| Namibia 118 - 0 Tunisia|
(23 June 2018)
Tunisia also competes annually in the Africa Cup.
Tunisia continued to play these sides throughout the early 1980s. Their first win came in 1982, when they beat Portugal, defeating them, 16 points to 13. A period from 1982 through to 1983 saw the team undefeated for a number of games. Tunisia went on to find fair success during the middle of the decade, winning a host of games. Tunisia played some of the stronger rugby union nations towards the end of the decade, for example, Italy, Romania and the United States, though Tunisia lost these matches, they performed well in many.
Tunisia went on to find moderate success throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s. They saw similar results through the latter stages of the 1990s, winning a fair amount of their games, they competed mainly against Zimbabwe and the Netherlands among others.
Tunisia participated for qualification for the 2011 Rugby World Cup again via Africa qualification coming second to Namibia losing 22-10. Therefore, eligible for qualifying via the inter-continental route, Tunisia lost on the first hurdle to Romania 56-13
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World Cup RecordEdit
- 1987 - Not invited.
- 1991-2019 - Did not qualify.
- Africa Cup Runners-up (4): 2002, 2008, 2010, 2011.
- Tunisia at Rugbydata.com
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