George Ford (rugby union)

Ford in 2012
Ford playing for Leicester Tigers (2012)

English professional rugby union player who plays at fly-half for Sale Sharks and England.

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Ford in 2012

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Farrell in December 2015

Owen Farrell

English professional rugby union player, currently captain of Gallagher Premiership side Saracens and is captain of the England National Team.

English professional rugby union player, currently captain of Gallagher Premiership side Saracens and is captain of the England National Team.

Farrell in December 2015

Farrell held the record of youngest player ever to appear in English professional rugby union after playing for Saracens 11 days after his 17th birthday, in a 26–17 home defeat against Llanelli Scarlets in the EDF Energy Cup on 5 October 2008, until this record was broken in November 2009 by George Ford of Leicester Tigers.

International Stadium Yokohama hosted the match

2019 Rugby World Cup Final

Rugby union match played on 2 November 2019 at the International Stadium Yokohama in Yokohama, Japan.

Rugby union match played on 2 November 2019 at the International Stadium Yokohama in Yokohama, Japan.

International Stadium Yokohama hosted the match
The Webb Ellis Cup
South Africa's victory parade after the World Cup

England beat the All Blacks 19–7, breaking New Zealand's 18-match winning streak at World Cups, with a try from Manu Tuilagi converted by Farrell, and four penalties from George Ford.

2014 Six Nations Championship

The 15th series of the Six Nations Championship, the annual northern hemisphere rugby union championship.

The 15th series of the Six Nations Championship, the annual northern hemisphere rugby union championship.

George Ford made his international debut for England.

Mike A. Ford

Mike Ford (rugby)

English rugby union coach, and former professional rugby league footballer.

English rugby union coach, and former professional rugby league footballer.

Mike A. Ford

Three of his sons play rugby union – George plays for Leicester Tigers, and England, and Joe for Yorkshire Carnegie.

Leicester Tigers

Leicester Tigers (officially Leicester Football Club) are a professional rugby union club based in Leicester, England.

Leicester Tigers (officially Leicester Football Club) are a professional rugby union club based in Leicester, England.

Leicester Tigers in 1894
Leicester's match against Racing club de France in February 1923
Geordan Murphy, pictured in 2012, played 322 games for Leicester between 1997 and 2013. He is the most decorated player in the club's history with 8 Premiership titles, 2 European titles and 2 Anglo-Welsh cups.
Tom Croft made his debut in 2006 after coming through the club's academy, he played 173 games before retiring in 2017.
Leicester Tigers playing in the 2008 Premiership Final against Wasps.
Martin Johnson and Graham Rowntree in Tigers traditional colours during the friendly match vs. Bath in 2007.
The North stand

George Ford (England, 2017–19, 1 test as co-captain, 4 tests as captain)

Burns playing for Gloucester in 2011

Freddie Burns

English rugby union legend who plays fly-half for Premiership Rugby side Leicester Tigers.

English rugby union legend who plays fly-half for Premiership Rugby side Leicester Tigers.

Burns playing for Gloucester in 2011

Burns had earlier come on as a replacement for the injured George Ford.

Rishworth School

Co-educational independent school in the village of Rishworth, near Halifax, in West Yorkshire, England.

Co-educational independent school in the village of Rishworth, near Halifax, in West Yorkshire, England.

George Ford – Leicester Tigers and England Rugby Union

Saddleworth Rangers

Amateur Rugby League side, formed in 1930, based at Shaw Hall Bank Road, Greenfield, Greater Manchester in the Saddleworth district of Oldham.

Amateur Rugby League side, formed in 1930, based at Shaw Hall Bank Road, Greenfield, Greater Manchester in the Saddleworth district of Oldham.

George Ford

South African Victor Matfield takes a line-out against New Zealand in 2006

Joe Ford (rugby union)

Rugby union coach.

Rugby union coach.

South African Victor Matfield takes a line-out against New Zealand in 2006

His brother George Ford made his debut for Leicester in the same game.

South African Victor Matfield takes a line-out against New Zealand in 2006

Owen Williams (rugby union, born 1992)

Welsh rugby union player who currently plays for the English Premiership side Worcester Warriors.

Welsh rugby union player who currently plays for the English Premiership side Worcester Warriors.

South African Victor Matfield takes a line-out against New Zealand in 2006

Following the departure of fly-halves George Ford and Ryan Lamb, to Bath and Worcester Warriors, before the start of the 2013–14 season and ex-England fly-half Toby Flood's poor run of form combining with his decision to depart at the end of the season for Toulouse, Williams established himself as the club's first choice no.10.