Les Autres Nationalités (Other Nationalities en anglais) est le nom donné à une équipe de rugby à XIII composée de joueurs étrangers disputant le championnat d'Angleterre. Avant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, cette sélection était connue sous le nom de Dominions ou d'Empire Britannique.Cette équipe créée en 1904, pour affronter l'Angleterre dans son premier match international, était composée de Gallois et d'Écossais.

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  • Les Autres Nationalités (Other Nationalities en anglais) est le nom donné à une équipe de rugby à XIII composée de joueurs étrangers disputant le championnat d'Angleterre. Avant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, cette sélection était connue sous le nom de Dominions ou d'Empire Britannique.Cette équipe créée en 1904, pour affronter l'Angleterre dans son premier match international, était composée de Gallois et d'Écossais. Avec la popularisation du rugby à XIII en Angleterre, de plus en plus de joueurs étrangers vinrent jouer dans le championnat anglais, l'équipe des Autres Nationalités fut alors composée de joueurs venant d'Irlande, d'Afrique du Sud, d'Australie et de Nouvelle-Zélande. À partir des années 1950, cette sélection joua la coupe d'Europe des nations de rugby à XIII, parvenant à l'emporter à deux reprises (1953 et 1956). Cependant, l'amplification de la création d'équipes nationales propres à chaque pays (Pays de Galles, Écosse, Irlande...), fit que la dernière rencontre disputée par les Autres Nationalités remonte à 1975.Les Autres Nationalités portaient un maillot vert.Avec 16 sélections, le joueur écossais Dave Valentine, est le joueur ayant disputé le plus de rencontres avec cette formation. Il devance l'Australien Brian Bevan (15 sélections).Portail du rugby à XIII Portail du rugby à XIII
  • The Other Nationalities rugby league team regularly played international, and also county, rugby league football teams in Europe from 1904 to 1975. The team, created in 1904 to play England in the first ever rugby league international match, was at first made up of Welsh and Scottish players. However as rugby league in England grew, and more players from other countries were brought over to England to play in the domestic competitions, Other Nationalities were later represented by players from Ireland, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Other Nationalities wore green shirts.Two Scottish players featured in the first ever Rugby League test match, played in 1907 between a Northern Union representative XIII and a team of Other Nationalities, George Frater captaining the victorious Other Nationalities. England were the most regular opponents for the Other Nationalities team, having played them 15 times. But in the 1950s, on entry to the European Nations Cup, they also played Wales and France. In 1964 Other Nationalities played their only match in the Southern Hemisphere in a one-off match vs Sydney Colts at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The match was played as a curtain-raiser to the Australia vs France 3rd Test and was arranged in order to boost the attendance due to France's poor form on tour. The team was made up of foreign players from the NSWRL competition that year plus two Frenchmen that missed selection in France's 3rd Test team. In 1965, Other Nationalities also played New Zealand in a Kiwi tour match at Crystal Palace, London. In 1974 and 1975 the team competed in the County Championship, facing Lancashire, Yorkshire, and Cumbria, twice each over both years. Since 1975 the team became redundant, with Wales, Scotland and Ireland now having their own separate national teams and European-based New Zealanders now able to play for their country too. However due to the success of the All Stars match in Australia between the Indigenous All Stars and the NRL All Stars, new England head coach Steve McNamara proposed a plan to revive the concept, under the name Exiles, in 2011 in a hope of providing England with a more challenging opposition in preparation of playing and staying competitive against nations like Australia and New Zealand after the 2010 thrashing of France 60-6 followed by England's poor results in the 2010 Four Nations Tournament.
  • La selezione di rugby a 13 Altre Nazionalità è stata una selezione internazionale di rugby a 13 attiva dal 1904 fino al 1975. Creata nel 1904 in occasione della partita inaugurale dell'Inghilterra, questa selezione era originariamente formata da giocatori gallesi e scozzesi. Successivamente, con l'evolversi del gioco del rugby, hanno cominciato a giocarvi anche giocatori irlandesi, sudafricani, australiani e neozelandesi impegnati nel campionato inglese. Altre Nazionalità giocava indossando una maglietta verde.Durante gli anni "Altre Nazionalità" è stata impegnata in una lunga serie di partite contro l'Inghilterra. Tra gli anni 1949 e 1956, ovvero nel periodo in cui questa selezione ha disputato il Campionato europeo, Altre Nazionalità ha affrontato anche il Galles e la Francia. Nel 1965 la selezione Altre Nazionalità, durante il tour neozelandese in Gran Bretagna, ha affrontato la Nuova Zelanda a Londra venendo sconfitta 15-7.Nel 1975, quando le singole nazionali hanno cominciato a diventare maggiormente competitive, la selezione Altre Nazionalità è diventata ridondante ed è stata quindi disciolta.
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  • Les Autres Nationalités (Other Nationalities en anglais) est le nom donné à une équipe de rugby à XIII composée de joueurs étrangers disputant le championnat d'Angleterre. Avant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, cette sélection était connue sous le nom de Dominions ou d'Empire Britannique.Cette équipe créée en 1904, pour affronter l'Angleterre dans son premier match international, était composée de Gallois et d'Écossais.
  • La selezione di rugby a 13 Altre Nazionalità è stata una selezione internazionale di rugby a 13 attiva dal 1904 fino al 1975. Creata nel 1904 in occasione della partita inaugurale dell'Inghilterra, questa selezione era originariamente formata da giocatori gallesi e scozzesi. Successivamente, con l'evolversi del gioco del rugby, hanno cominciato a giocarvi anche giocatori irlandesi, sudafricani, australiani e neozelandesi impegnati nel campionato inglese.
  • The Other Nationalities rugby league team regularly played international, and also county, rugby league football teams in Europe from 1904 to 1975. The team, created in 1904 to play England in the first ever rugby league international match, was at first made up of Welsh and Scottish players.
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