Eddie Jones one of the most experienced and decorated coaches in rugby union. Since taking over England in 2015, Eddie has orchestrated a complete revival of the national team, winning the six nations back-to-back, including England’s first grand slam in a generation and their first-ever whitewash of Australia in their own backyard. Eddie also led the team on their longest-ever winning streak, matching the world record held by the All Blacks.
Eddie’s career has spanned four world cups: from the 2003 final, working with South Africa when they won in 2007, and causing one the greatest upsets in the game when he masterminded the Japanese victory over South Africa in 2015. Most recently, he led England on their incredible run at the 2019 world cup, culminating in a stunning victory against the all blacks before falling to South Africa in the final.