About Me

  • Hi and welcome to my Official Lewis Moody website, the first place to go for any news and updates about what I have been and will be up to.

    Throughout my rugby career I have been fortunate enough to share the field with many icons of the modern day, and what an experience it has been. Following my retirement from rugby, many are now asking ‘What next?’ for Lewis Moody…

    With this in mind, now away from the field, I would like to take the time to share my personal journey and new challenges with you.

    I am truly humbled for your continued support and look forward to involving you all in what the next chapter holds for me. I would love to hear from and get in touch with as many of you as possible, who have shown your relentless support for me for so many years.

    Thank you and above all, enjoy!

    Lewis

     

Profile

  • Full name

    Lewis Walton Moody

    DATE OF BIRTH

    12th June 1978

    PLACE OF BIRTH

    Ascot, Berkshire, UK

    HEIGHT

    1.91m (6 ft 3 in)

    POSITION

    Flanker

    71 ENGLAND CAPS

    3 LION CAPS

 

Biography

  • Lewis Moody MBE will go down in history as one of England’s finest and most charismatic players, after injury forced the most capped England flanker to call time on his illustrious career.

    With two World Cup Finals, two 6 Nations Championship Winners Medals, two Heineken Cup Winners Medals and seven Premiership Winners Medals, the ex-England captain, Leicester Tiger and Bath stalwart is a true rugby legend, winning next to everything there is to win in the game he loves.

    A very approachable, likeable guy who is never shy of speaking his mind or telling a funny story, Lewis may now let his body recover after throwing it into the firing line for the past 16 years.

    Whatever the next chapter holds for the Mad Dog, there is no doubt that he will meet it with 110% as he only knows how.

     

Playing Career

  • ENGLAND CAPTAIN

    2010 – 2011

    BATH RUGBY

    2010 – 2012

    WORLD CUP RUNNER UP

    2007

    WORLD CUP WINNERS MEDAL

    2003

    ENGLAND DEBUT

    2001

    LEICESTER TIGERS

    1996 – 2010