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This is the rugby gift of all rugby gifts! Captured in this beautiful handmade newspaper book is a complete history of the Rugby World Cup, documented through newspaper articles.
This unbelievable personalised Rugby World Cup features newspaper coverage from every tournament, from 1987 to present day, including photos and articles from the latest 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.
- A complete history of the Rugby Union World Cup from 1987
- Personalise with the recipient’s Name and a Message on the title page
- You can also gold emboss the recipient’s Name on the front cover
- Beautiful handmade book available in A4 and A3 editions
The ultimate test of strength, stamina, fitness and team spirit, read about some of the tournaments greatest sporting moments, including South Africa’s symbolic 15-12 win over New Zealand in 1995, Australia thrashing France in the 1999 final beating them by an impressive 35-12, and closer to home, England picking up their first World Cup win in 2003 against home nation Australia, breaking a long tradition of southern hemisphere winners.
Our latest edition now contains coverage of the 2019 tournament, including Japan’s historic victories, England’s demolition of the All Blacks in the semi-final, and South Africa’s ultimate triumph to pick up their third trophy.
A matchless personalised rugby gift, relive each epic tournament through the articles and words written by reporters who were present at the games, and through the action-packed photographs snapped in the stadium, at the time each game was taking place.
Personalising Your Rugby World Cup Book
Add the recipient’s Name and a personal Message to the certificate label on the title page to create an exciting gift for your favourite rugby fan.As a nice finishing touch, you could gold emboss the lucky recipient’s Name on the front cover.
The Rugby World Cup Book is ideal for major rugby fans.