Did you know that there are over 150 Rabbitohs players that have represented their country in international matches?
Find out which South Sydney players have represented their country by visiting the Club Records section of rabbitohs.com.au.
Since entering the NSWRL in 1908, South Sydney has been home to a number of international representatives from Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, Tonga, Samoa, Fiji, Cook Islands, Lebanon, South Africa and Russia.
Overall, 68 players have represented Australia during their time playing for South Sydney, while 39 players donned the green and gold for the Kangaroos before or after their time at the Rabbitohs. Additionally, the red and green has been home to 48 players representing nations other than Australia, with half of these players competing internationally while being based out of Redfern.
As well as boasting over 150 international players throughout their history, there have been seven international Captains that have played for Souths while with the Club, with Arthur Hennessy, Clive Churchill, John Sattler, Bob McCarthy and Ron Coote Captaining Australia, Nigel Vagana Captaining Samoa and Roy Asotasi Captaining New Zealand and Samoa.
The proud-history of Souths juniors has also been displayed on the international stage, with 57 South Sydney junior products having played for their nation.