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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (November 2008) The Slavic Cup is a rugby league football competition first competed for in 2006. The first winners of the Slavic Cup were Serbia. The competition was organized as part of the continuing effort to spread the game of rugby league throughout the many nations of Europe. In 2007, Slavic Cup match was played as a part of European Shield tournament, in which the both holders Serbia and Czech Republic are taking part, with Serbia defended the Cup. 2008 saw new format of Slavic Cup, with both nations capital selections taking on each other in one match held in Prague. Past results 2006-08-12 Czech Republic  28–36  Serbia RC Sparta Prague, Prague 2007-08-18 Serbia  56–16  Czech Republic FK Radnički Novi Beograd, Belgrade 2008-08-16 Prague XIII 20–36 Belgrade XIII ARC Iuridica Chrášťany, Prague-Zličín 2010-06-26 Czech Republic  4–56  Serbia RK Petrovice, Prague v · d · eRugby League European Federation Members Full: England · France · Wales · Scotland · Ireland Associative: Lebanon · Serbia · Russia · Italy · Jamaica Observers: Czech Republic · Estonia · Germany · Greece · Latvia · Malta · Morocco · Ukraine Unranked: Belgium · Catalonia · Norway · Portugal · Sweden · UAE National Teams Austria · Belgium · Catalonia · Czech Republic · England · Estonia · France · Georgia · Germany · Great Britain · Greece · Ireland · Italy · Latvia · Lebanon · Malta · Moldova · Morocco · Netherlands · Norway · Portugal · Russia · Scotland · Serbia · Sweden · Ukraine · Wales Competitions European Cup · European Shield (2nd tier) · European Bowl (3rd tier) · Euro Med Challenge (4th tier) This rugby league football article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e