Lewis Moody MBE
England rugby legend and World Cup winner
An England rugby legend, Lewis Moody MBE was a member of England’s 2003 rugby World Cup winning team. Playing in the flanker position, he made his way in the game at Leicester Tigers becoming the club’s youngest ever player when he made his debut at just 18.
Establishing himself as a key member of the team, during his time at the club Lewis won seven Premiership titles, two Heineken cups and the Anglo-Welsh Cup on two occasions. After making over 200 appearances for Tigers and establishing himself as one of the club’s greatest ever players, he signed for Bath in 2010 before retiring from the game in 2012 due to injury.
As well as his success at club level, Lewis also made an impact on the international stage earning 71 caps for England. At the 2003 Rugby World Cup he played in every match as England made it all the way to the final where they defeated Australia 20-17 to be crowned world champions for the first time ever.
Away from the rugby pitch, Lewis has also started his own foundation. The Lewis Moody Foundation raises awareness and funds for children who are suffering from brain tumours.
One of England’s greatest sporting figures, Lewis Moody MBE is instantly recognisable, making him perfect for a range of opportunities including brand work, media responsibilities and personal appearances. For booking information email Talent.Agent@championsukplc.com or call 0207 10 10 553.