To embrace and embody the core values of Rugby Union: Respect for others, Hard Work, and Integrity. We are on a relentless pursuit to impact the lives of local communities, weaving a tapestry of change through their charities, youth projects, and sustainable rugby for life programs.
Our ranks boast high-profile ex-international rugby players from more than 20 countries, all driven by the desire to make a lasting impact by working in unison. As we link arms, we forge alliances with global businesses and corporations, leveraging existing relationships to further the reach of the World Legends. This is more than just rugby – it is a powerful force for social responsibility and a celebration of everything rugby union stands for.
David ‘Higgs’ Higgins , saw the opportunity to embrace the ethics and profile of rugby to help elevate other organisations with a mission to improve areas of need within their community.
From there he launched the ‘100 World Legends’, allowing Internationally capped rugby players to come together, to work alongside other charities on their quest to make a difference.
Keen to promote the need to give back, Higgs provides opportunities for former rugby players from all over the globe, and businesses to come together and make a difference.
Todd is an American retired rugby union player. He became the first American to play Super Rugby. At the international level, he was a member of the United States national team, served as captain, and is the most capped player in United States rugby union history. He played with the South African Lions franchise in the 2009 Super 14. Clever is the first American player to ever play in the Super 14 and scored the first try for an American in Super 14 against the Hurricanes on March 28, 2009. Clever played for the Lions against the British & Irish Lions.
He played his first competitive rugby for the local Clichy based Club Sportif before joining the southern giants Biarritz when he was just 17. Betsen made his first appearance for France aged 23 in 1997, as a replacement against Italy, but did not receive his second call-up until the 2000 Six Nations Championship. Thereafter he became a regular starter in the national team. Nicknamed la Faucheuse (the Grim Reaper), Betsen was regarded as one of the fiercest tacklers in the game, and was also renowned for his high work-rate on the field.
Frank Bunce is a former New Zealand rugby union player and coach. He played international rugby for both Western Samoa and New Zealand in the 1990s, appearing in the 1991and 1995 World Cups. He played in four international matches for Samoa and 55 for New Zealand (the All Blacks).
Bunce coached in Italy from 2001 to 2003, was Auckland’s defence coach in 2004 and served as a technical advisor to Samoa in 2005. He is a position-specific coach for the International Rugby Academy in New Zealand.