Winning the Rugby World Cup is a dream for millions of aspiring rugby players around the globe. However, only a select few have had the privilege of hoisting the prestigious trophy as their team’s captain in the tournaments held since the competition’s inception. Can you name these captains?
The Rugby World Cup, which began in 1987, has witnessed remarkable leadership on the field by captains who have etched their names into rugby history. Among them, only a chosen group has had the honor of lifting the coveted trophy.
Out of these exceptional leaders, some have claimed the title just once, while others have done so on multiple occasions. Captains from nations such as New Zealand, Australia, England, and South Africa are part of the exclusive list of multiple-time champions.
We challenge you to identify all Rugby World Cup-winning captains across the tournament’s history spanning 10 editions.