The following list is a complete collection of results for the Tonga national rugby league team.
|1986||34–16||1986 Pacific Cup|
|1988||38–14||1988 Pacific Cup|
|1990||14–4||1990 Pacific Cup|
|18 October 1992||24–8||1992 Pacific Cup|
|20 October 1992||20–12|
|22 October 1992||26–6|
|24 October 1992||23–20|
|28 October 1992||6–18|
|31 October 1992||14–18|
|1994||28–2||1994 Pacific Cup|
|8 October 1995||25–24||1995 Rugby League World Cup||8,083|
|10 October 1995||28–28||5,121|
|3 July 1996||28–18||Pacific Challenge|
|8 July 1996||56–19|
|10 July 1996||22–17|
|11 May 1997||46–10||1997 Oceania Cup|
|13 May 1997||32–10|
|15 May 1997||14–14|
|18 May 1997||22–20|
|28 October 2000||66–18||2000 Rugby League World Cup||7,498|
|1 November 2000||28–8||10,288|
|6 November 2000||30–22||3,666|
|17 October 2004||6–56||Pacific Rim Championship|
|19 October 2004||10–18|
|23 October 2004||18–52||2004 Pacific Cup (Final)|
|23 February 2006||64–0||2006 Pacific Cup||2,000|
|26 February 2006||42–14||2,000|
|5 March 2006||22–4||2,000|
|29 September 2006||56–14||2008 Rugby League World Cup Qualifying||3,013|
|4 October 2006||30–28||3,813|
|22 October 2006||18–10||2008 Rugby League World Cup Qualifying/Federation Shield||5,547|
|29 October 2006||40–18||Federation Shield||2,388|
|5 November 2006||10–48||8,500|
|12 November 2006||32–14||3,000|
|27 October 2008||22–20||2008 Rugby League World Cup||6,165|
|31 October 2008||20–12||11,787|
|8 November 2008||0–48||5,942|
|25 October 2009||44–14||2009 Pacific Cup||9,813|
|31 October 2009||26–16||2,000|
|20 April 2013||4–36||Pacific Rugby League International||10,143|
|29 October 2013||24–26||2013 Rugby League World Cup||7,630|
|10 November 2013||16–0||10,226|
|5 November 2013||22–16||10,554|
|2 May 2015||18–16||Pacific Rugby League International||12,336|
|17 October 2015||28–8||2017 Rugby League World Cup Qualifying||4,813|
|7 May 2016||18–6||2016 Pacific Rugby League Tests||15,225|
|6 May 2017||26–24||2017 Pacific Rugby League Tests||18,271|
|20 October 2017||6–16|
|29 October 2017||4–50||2017 Rugby League World Cup||9,216|
|4 November 2017||18–32||18,156|
|11 November 2017||22–28||24,041|
|18 November 2017||24–22||8,309|
|25 November 2017||18–20||30,003|
|23 June 2018||22–38||2018 Pacific Rugby League Tests||17,802|
|20 October 2018||34–16||26,144|
|22 June 2019||34–14||2019 Oceania Cup||23,634|
|26 October 2019||14–6||2019 Great Britain Lions tour||9,420|
|2 November 2019||16–12||2019 Oceania Cup||25,575|
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