World-class rugby professional turned into leading sports commentator, Will Greenwood is a rugby analyst of the highest calibre. His background in business means he can couple his sporting experience with corporate professionalism, meaning he is perfect for a corporate audience, Will's witty delivery and wealth of sporting anecdotes makes him an ideal choice for all manner of events.
England’s rugby World Cup hero Will Greenwood is one of the sport’s most engaging, intelligent and witty after dinner speakers. He is also a successful businessman, running superskillstravel.com.
Starting out on the trading floor at HSBC in the City of London, Will followed his heart and made his professional rugby debut in 1994 for Harlequins before moving to Leicester and representing his country in 1997.
Under the tutelage of Clive Woodward, Will made his name and achieved great victories, including man-of-the-match accolades in England's Six Nations victories over Scotland, Wales and Italy in 2002, and joint top try scorer in the 2003 World Cup. Through adverse injury problems, Will played for the British & Irish Lions in the 2005 tour of New Zealand, which rounded off 11 brilliant years at the top of his game.
His work ethic, determination and continuous need to improve, led Will to the pinnacle of the national and international game.
Clever, witty, articulate and engaging, Will’s presence on screen is as impressive as it is on the pitch. A regular match-day presenter for Sky and a weekly columnist for the Telegraph, his opinions and insights are sought-after and lauded.
In 2014 Will fronted Sky TV’s School of Hard Knocks, a reality show in which he mentors a group of budding young rugby stars.
In 2016 Will took up a voluntary position as a part-time maths teacher in a secondary school in Berkshire.
Bright, entertaining and knowledgeable, Will is an ideal speaker for a plethora of events from education topics to motivational talks.