When did South Africa win World Cup?

2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™

What years did the Springboks win the World Cup?

South Africa national rugby union team

World Rugby ranking
World Cup
Appearances 7 (First in 1995)
Best result Champions, 1995, 2007, 2019
Website springboks.rugby

When has South Africa won the World Cup?


Year Host(s) Winner
1995 South Africa South Africa
1999 Wales Australia
2003 Australia England
2007 France South Africa

Who did South Africa beat in the 1995 World Cup?

In the final, held at Ellis Park in Johannesburg on 24 June, South Africa defeated New Zealand 15–12, with Joel Stransky scoring a drop goal in extra time to win the match.

Did South Africa ever won the World Cup?

South Africa have played at 7 of the 9 Rugby World Cup tournaments, having been unable to compete in the first two tournaments due to a sports boycott during the apartheid era. … In addition to this, they are the only rugby team to have won every World Cup final they have played in.

Who won the 2010 World Cup?

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Who won rugby 1995?

On June 24, 1995 at Johannesburg’s Ellis Park Stadium, South Africa won the Rugby World Cup 15-12 over its arch rival New Zealand. The match stands as a hugely symbolic moment in South African history. It marked the nation’s first major sporting event since the end of its segregationist apartheid regime in 1991.

What year did South Africa beat New Zealand in rugby?

1992 South Africa vs New Zealand rugby union match

Event 1992 New Zealand rugby union tour of Australia and South Africa
South Africa New Zealand 24 27
Date 15 August 1992
Venue Ellis Park Stadium
Attendance 72,000

When did Africa win the World Cup?

2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™