The dispute between World Rugby and Scotland concerning their World Cup game with Japan has been resolved, with the SRU making a £70,000 donation to the governing body.
Eddie Jones, Emily Scarratt and Dylan Hartley feature on this week's Will Greenwood Podcast, with Saracens also discussed.
Eddie Jones regrets not refreshing his England side before their World Cup final defeat at the hands of South Africa.
Tendai Mtawarira has retired from rugby, describing South Africa's Rugby World Cup win as the "perfect ending".
New Zealand full-back Beauden Barrett has tipped assistant Ian Foster to take the reins from Steve Hansen as head coach.
As the dust settles on South Africa's World Cup 2019 success, thousands leave Japanese shores - but what an experience it's been...
Will Greenwood believes it would be "extremely strange" if Eddie Jones was not in charge of England at the 2023 World Cup in France.
Our stand-out games, best players, top tries and tackles, and other iconic moments from the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Will Greenwood returns with a look back on the 2019 Rugby World Cup in his latest podcast.
365beat体育 rugby union expert Stuart Barnes reflects on the World Cup in Japan and names his team of the tournament.
We pick the 15 players who made the biggest impact at this year's Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Eddie Jones has responded to England's World Cup final defeat by South Africa by admitting the current team is "finished".
Eddie Jones is “committed” to seeing out his contract as England head coach until 2021, says Rugby Football Union (RFU) chief executive Bill Sweeney.
South Africa's World Cup-winning captain Francois Pienaar says the country's success in 2019 is a more significant triumph than when he was victorious in 1995.
South Africa's Pieter-Steph du Toit named World Rugby's Men's Player of the Year, while England centre Emily Scarratt wins the Women's Player of the Year award.
Makazole Mapimpi and Cheslin Kolbe tries saw a monstrously-physical Springbok side beat England 32-12 in Saturday's World Cup final.
We look at the major talking points after South Africa's brutally clinical 32-12 Rugby World Cup final victory over England in Yokohama.
Maro Itoje described England's World Cup final defeat as one of the most painful experiences of his life.
World Rugby chairman Sir Bill Beaumont has hailed Japan 2019 as "probably the greatest" Rugby World Cup in history.
Eddie Jones had no explanation for England's failure to fire in their 32-12 World Cup final defeat by South Africa.