The Springboks have just released incredible footage of their half time changing room in the World Cup Final
By Rugby Onslaught

The Springboks have just released incredible footage of their half time changing room in the World Cup Final

The Springboks have just released incredible footage of their half time changing room in the World Cup Final.

The footage was released by SuperSport less than an hour ago and it shows just how intense the changing room was when the Springboks went into the final against England in the lead at half time.

The Springboks footage shows the team going into the changing room at half time when they ahead by 12-6.

You can see the likes of Rassie Erasmus and other coaches giving key information to their team if they  wanted to win the World Cup.

This really is incredible footage to witness!

South Africa has just released an incredible trailer to showcase the Rugby World Cup documentary which will be released very soon.

We rugby fans have been waiting to see the documentary which would showcase the incredible journey that the Springboks went to on the way to their final win in the RWC.

The documentary is called ‘Chasing the Sun’ and it follows South Africa’s journey from their massive loss to New Zealand in 2018 all the way to them lifting the trophy in Japan.

The video is going viral online and rugby fans will be over the moon to get to watch this incredible very soon!

Here is the sping tingling trailer for the documentary!

Rugby Europe has announced that they are supporting Bill Beaumont in his bid for re-election as World Rugby chairman.

Beaumont, who has held the position since 2016, is up against former Argentina international Agustin Pichot for the role, with voting starting yesterday.

With many of the northern hemisphere unions believed to favour Beaumont, Rugby Europe – the governing body responsible for the promotion, development, administration and management of international competitions for the 48 European member unions – have now confirmed that they are siding with the current chairman.