List of Wigan Warriors internationals

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The following is a list of players who have earned international caps by playing for their respective countries' national sides whilst at Wigan RLFC. Numbers refer to the position the player was selected for, with No. 14 and No. 15 referring to interchanges after the sport reduced the number of players in a team from fifteen to thirteen in 1906. Note that all of the player's international appearances are listed here, even if they were made whilst the player was at another club.

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