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Rugby World Cup Winners List From 1987 to 2023

Rugby World Cup Winners List

The Men’s Rugby World Cup 2023 is the 10th season of the tournament. The Rugby World Cup 2023 will be played from 8 September to 28 October. A total of 20 teams will compete with each other in the contest. The World Cup will take place across nine different venues nationwide.

This is the first time the whole competition has been held in France. Here, we will look at the Rugby World Cup champions from past to present. Let’s get started:

Rugby World Cup Winners List

Year Winner Runner Up
2023 South Africa New Zealand
 2019 South Africa England
 2015 New Zealand Australia
 2011 New Zealand France
 2007 South Africa England
 2003 England Australia
 1999 Australia France
 1995 South Africa New Zealand
 1991 Australia England
 1987 New Zealand France

Rugby World Cup 2023 Winner

The South African Springboks were victorious at the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France. In a nail-biting final match against New Zealand, South Africa secured a hard-fought 12-11 victory, claiming their fourth Webb Ellis Cup.

And etching their name in rugby history as the first team to win the tournament four times. It is the second time South Africa won the World Cup in a row.

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Most Rugby World Cup Winners

New Zealand & South Africa are the most successful teams in the Rugby World Cup, both having won the World Cup 3 times. Australia is the second most successful team in the Men’s Rugby World Cup, winning the tournament two times. Egland is the third team that won the event one time.

Team No. of Time
 South Africa 4 Times
New Zealand 3 Times
Australia 2 Times
England 1 Time

Aqeel Ahmad
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Aqeel Ahmad is a passionate sports fan who enjoys reading and writing about the most recent sporting events taking place all around the world.

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