Algeria National Rugby Union Team

The Algeria national rugby union team is the national team rugby union team representing Algeria. They first started competing at 24 February 2007, in a game in Tunis against the Tunisia national rugby union team (Algeria won by 8-7). Almost all current national team players play for clubs in the French championships. The first coach of the Algeria national rugby union team was Morad Kellal.

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