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Group A- England, Greece, France, Samoa
Head Coach: Laurent Frayssinous
Capt. Ben Garcia
World Cup Appearances: 15 (1954, 1957, 1960, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1977, 1985-88, 1989-1992, 1995, 2000, 2008, 2013, 2017)
Squads: Fouad Yaha, Maxime Stéfani, Gadwin Springer, Paul Séguier, Justin Sangaré, César Rougé, Arthur Romano, Maxime Puech, Éloi Pélissier, Arthur Mourgue, Anthony Marion, Paul Marcon, Corentin Le Cam, Samisoni Langi, Matthieu Laguerre, Benjamin Jullien, Louis Joffret, Mickael Goudemand, Tony Gigot, Ben Garcia, Morgan Escaré, Jordan Dezaria, Alrix Da Costa, Lambert Belmas.
France has been picked to host the 2025 Rugby League World Cup, Catalans and Toulouse are in Super League, and les Chanticleers have won four of their last five Tests.
France will play their opening RLWC 222 match against newcomers Greece before facing England and Samoa. If the French win their first game against Greece, beating either England or Samoa could be enough for them to move on to the next round.
Greece (Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster);
England (University of Bolton Stadium, Bolt)
Sāmoa (Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington)
Head Coach: Steve Georgallis
Capt. Jordan Meads
World Cup Appearances: N/A
Squads: Mitchell Zampetides, Robert Tuliatu, Siteni Taukamo, Liam Sue-Tin, Sebastian Sell, Ioannis Rousoglou, Chaise Robinson, Theodoros Nianiakas, Ioannis Nake, Nicholas Mougios, Jonathan Mitsias, Jordan Meads, Peter Mamouzelos, Billy Magoulias, Grigorios Koutsimpogiorgos, Konstantinos Katsidonis, Jake Kambos, Lachlan Ilias, Myles Gal, Nicholas Flocas, Aris Dardamanis, Terence Constantinou, Nikolaos Bosmos, Stefanos Bastas.
After beating Serbia in the 2019 European Playoff, Greece's national team is getting ready for its first Rugby League World Cup. The sport has been officially recognized by the Greek government for the first time.
They debut against a tough French team and then take on World Cup heavyweights Samoa and England.
France (Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster)
Sāmoa (Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster)
England (Bramall Lane, Sheffield)