Singapore national rugby union team
The Singaporean rugby union team represents Singapore in the sport of Rugby Union. It belongs to the third class strength ( third tier ). In 1972, the first time a Singaporean national rugby team in an international game. So far, the Singaporeans could not qualify for a world championship itself.
On November 6, 1972 played the Singapore national team 's first official game in its history against Malaysia, which was won with 26:13.
The World Cup in France missed the team because Singaporeans are after a win against Thailand with 47:27, lost against Sri Lanka with 17:34 in the third division and thus excreted in second.
The team was winner of the first division of the Asian Five Nations 2008, submitted to a draw against Sri Lanka with 20:20 and 23:22 with a win against Taiwan. Thanks to this success, the team for the elite class of the Asian Five Nations 2009 qualifying.
In the elite class, all four games against Japan, Kazakhstan, South Korea and Hong Kong were lost, as a result, the team had to stay in the first division.
Results at World Championships
- World Cup 1987: did not participate
- World Cup 1991: did not participate
- World Cup 1995: not qualified
- World Cup 1999: not qualified
- World Cup 2003: not qualified
- World Cup 2007: first qualifying round