Rugby World Cup 2003 winner Will Greenwood and the famous Webb Ellis Cup have been commuting around London ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2015.
The trophy has travelled across the UK and Ireland over the past 94 days as part of the 100-day Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour and to remind people public transport will be busier during the tournment.
England’s Rugby World Cup 2003 winner Will Greenwood said: “It was fantastic to take the Webb Ellis Cup on the London Underground. London’s commuters were really surprised to see this stunning trophy and, I hope, excited to realise Rugby World Cup 2015 is just around the corner. Bring a little bit of the tournament magic to the Tube is a great way to celebrate day 96 of the 100-day Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour as it reaches the end of its journey.”
Between Friday, September 18 and Saturday, October 31, there will be 17 matches across three London venues - The Olympic Stadium at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, Wembley Stadium and Twickenham Stadium.
One million spectators are expected in London over the six-week tournament.
Check rugbyworldcup.com/journeyplanner before you travel during the tournament.