Watching the 2019 Six Nations has been thrilling for all rugby fans.
An action-packed three weeks of Tests, countless post-match interviews and media appearances, alongside off-field drama in the form of injuries and the odd swear word from unnamed coaches.
But with international rugby soon to conclude prior to the 2018 Six nations you’ll need something to watch, so here are our 10 favourite rugby documentaries.
We’ve ranked the 10 by their IMDB ratings.
10. British and Irish Lions 2017: Lions Uncovered – No Rating
It was billed ‘Mission Impossible’, beating double World Champions New Zealand in a Test series in their own back yard, a feat only done once before in the Lions 129-year history.
Few gave them a chance against the mighty All Blacks, not beaten at home since 2009 a run of 47 matches and 2,849 days.
Yet the strongest steel is forged in the hottest fire and the 2017 Lions showed their mettle to draw the series and do the iconic jersey proud. Lions Uncovered tells the story of a team of rivals, the best of the best from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales who came together with a single purpose under Head Coach Warren Gatland.2. Living with Lions, 1997
9. XV Beyond the Tryline – 6.6
This documentary takes you behind the scenes to understand what the sport of Rugby means to everyone who touches the game.
With the backdrop and access point of the Rugby World Cup, it’s a unique look at the big sport that’s built around a big family of characters; from player, coach, referee, fan, groundsman, physio, parent, and even a Prince.
With captivating and rare insight from the likes of Prince Harry, Jonny Wilkinson, Dan Carter and Eddie Jones, XV Beyond The Tryline is your ticket inside the everyday integrity, incredible brotherhood and values behind the greatest team sport in the world.