Eddie Jones is head coach of the England national rugby union team. He also coached the Australian national team during the 2003 Rugby World Cup as well as coaching the Japanese national team for three years leading up to the 2015 Rugby World Cup, where he masterminded the greatest upset of all time as the Japanese overcame the might of the Springboks.
Eddie won World Rugby Coach of the Year in 2017 after coaching the England side to a second successive Six Nations title
He won the 2020 Telegraph Sports Book Awards, Rugby book with, My Life and Rugby, co-written with Donald McRae.
Like many other leading coaches including Graham Henry, Joe Schmidt and Stuart Lancaster, Eddie Jones started off as a teacher before becoming a coach, public speaking is in his DNA. Eddie is an ambassador for several brands and is an outspoken, entertaining and engaging speaker.