FMRL World Cup

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FMRL World Cup
Founded 2012
Number of teams 12
Current champions Mercury Mercury
(2018)
Most titles Mercury Mercury (3)
2018 FMRL World Cup

The FMRL World Cup (also known as the Rugby League World Cup) is the international rugby league competition on Micras.

The tournament was first contested in 2012, in which Craitland defeated hosts Mercury in the final by 29 points to 28.

Qualification

The Rugby League World Cup qualification tournament serves as qualification for the FMRL World Cup. In 2013, the three Round One group winners qualify for the competition, as well as the winner of the Round Two group stage.

Previous tournaments

Year Host Winners Score Runners-up Third Place Score Fourth Place
2012
Details
Mercury Mercury Craitland
Craitland
29–28 Mercury
Mercury
Hamland
Hamland
94–12 Novatainia
Novatainia
2013
Details
Safiria Safiria Mercury
Mercury
18–10 Hamland
Hamland
Craitland
Craitland
20–14 North Antarctica
North Antarctica
2014
Details
North Antarctica North Antarctica
Lucerne Lucerne
Mercury
Mercury
42–34 Craitland
Craitland
Hamland
Hamland
44–16 Senya
Senya
2015
Details
Fort Kolgrad Fort Kolgrad Senya
Senya
34–6 North Antarctica
North Antarctica
Novatainia
Novatainia
20–6 Fort Kolgrad
Fort Kolgrad
2017
Details
Vyktory Vyktory Senya
Senya
28–22 Birgeshir
Birgeshir
Mercury
Mercury
34–24 Nova English Korea
Nova English Korea
2018
Details
Senya Senya
Mercury
Mercury
26–8
Birgeshir
Birgeshir
Florian Republic
Florian Republic
32–18
Nova English Korea
Nova English Korea

Titles by nation