When did England last win the World Cup rugby?
22 November 2003
Ten years ago, on 22 November 2003, England won the rugby union World Cup, thanks to Jonny Wilkinson’s drop-goal just 26 seconds from the end. BBC Sport looks back at that breathtaking moment, when Wilkinson’s kick sealed a 20-17 extra-time victory over Australia at the Telstra Stadium in Sydney.
Who was in the England rugby team in 2003?
How many rugby World Cups have England won?
England are very often regarded as the best team in the northern hemisphere. The English have won the Six Nations (formerly the Five Nations) a record 38 times. They are also the only nation from the northern hemisphere to have won the Rugby World Cup, in 2003. They finished runners-up in 1991 and 2007.
Who was the captain of the England rugby team in 2003?
captain Martin Johnson
Speaking to the Rugby Union Weekly podcast, 2003 captain Martin Johnson along with fellow squad members Matt Dawson, Paul Grayson, Jason Leonard and Mike Tindall all pass on their experiences from winning the World Cup in Australia.
Which country has won the most Rugby World Cups?
Rugby World Cup
|Current season or competition: 2023 Rugby World Cup|
|The Webb Ellis Cup is awarded to the winner of the men’s Rugby World Cup|
|Regions||Worldwide (World Rugby)|
|Holders||South Africa (2019)|
|Most titles||New Zealand (3 titles) South Africa (3 titles)|
Who won the football World Cup in 2003?
It was held in the United States from 20 September to 12 October 2003 at six venues in six cities across the country. The tournament was won by Germany, who became the first country to win both men’s and women’s World Cup.
Who won the Rugby World Cup in 2003?
2003 Rugby World Cup/Winners
Who is the best rugby team of all time?
|New Zealand||1||2003, 2004–07, 2008, 2009, 2009–19, 2019|
|South Africa||1||2007–08, 2009, 2019, 2019–21|
|England||1||2003, 2003–04, 2019|
What rugby team has the most World Cups?
Who is the number 1 rugby team?
Current World Rugby Rankings