Fiji play their home games in strip comprising white jerseys, black shorts and white socks. The jersey will be seen at the 2008 World Cup in Australia, thanks to qualification after finishing second in Pacific qualifying behind Tonga.
The Fiji national rugby league team nicknamed the Bati, played their first international match against Western Samoa in Apia, Samoa in 1992, losing 32 - 18. Members of the team are selected from the domestic Fijian league, which comprises at least 9 teams, as well as from competitions in New Zealand and Australia. For the 2000 World Cup the Bati were captained by Lote Tuqiri, who went on to play for the Australian Union side.
Fiji are currently ranked 6th in the RLIF World Rankings and they compete or have competed in: the Pacific Cup since 1992, World Cup since 1995, World Sevens 1994-2003, Superleague World Nines 1996,1997, Superleague Oceania Tournament 1997 and the Pacific Rim Competition 2004.