All Blacks retain their title of world champions

New Zealand retained their title of world champions by beating Australia in a breathless final (34-17). This is the third success for the All Blacks who are the first team to successfully defend their title. And no-one could argue with the fact that the best team since the start of the competition deserved to come out on top.

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Team spirit, embodied by Jonny Wilkinson

Jonny Wilkinson is Societe Generale's ambassador for Rugby World Cup 2015. Watch the film "Team Spirit".

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Behind the scenes

Rugby Photo Challenge: see all the winning pictures

From 18 September to 31 October, you have shared your photos of Rugby World Cup 2015, to show us your team spirit. Every week, our panel of experts chose 3 winners: discover all the winning photos. Congratulations to the photographers!

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On the pitch with Societe Generale

Relive the recent events

Rugby leagues, wheelchair rugby workshops, broadcasting of the matches, competition to find which branch is the best at supporting "Les Bleus", SGSS' clients meeting the Springboks... Take a look back at the events organised within the Group to celebrate Rugby World Cup 2015.

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Do you speak rugby?

How well do you know the stars of the rugby world?

Can you name any famous rugby players? Who is your favorite? Find out more about the stars of the rugby world with the sixth episode of "Do you speak rugby?"

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A shared history

The Webb Ellis Cup: rugby’s Holy Grail

June 1987. The first ever Rugby World Cup was held in New Zealand and Australia. In front of their home crowd, the All Blacks defeated the French in the final and lifted the Webb Ellis Cup. A splendidly illuminated trophy as we approach the final at Twickenham...

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