British and Irish Lions Rugby

Win a copy of the British and Irish Lions Uncovered Blu-Ray

This awesome film is out now and BeRugby has copies just for you. Enter the competition below and be in with a chance of winning!

Maro Itoje and Courtney Lawes celebrate winning 1/7/2017

Maro Itoje and Courtney Lawes celebrate winning 1/7/2017. Credit ©INPHO/Billy Stickland

To celebrate the release of The British & Irish Lions Uncovered, available now on Digital, Blu-Ray and DVD, we are giving away 3 copies of the film on BLU-RAY.

The official film shows the behind the scenes of the 2017 New Zealand tour, following the England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales rugby teams as they come together to complete what many billed “Mission impossible”. This is the next chapter in the Lions saga following the 2013 Lions Raw tour.

Over two hours of unseen footage shows the tension in the coaches’ box on match day as the Lions bounce back from the 1st Test defeat at New Zealand’s Eden Park fortress, to win the 2nd Test in Wellington before the finale back in Auckland.

Watch the Lions receive a formal challenge from 500 Maori warriors at the famed Waitangi Treaty Grounds, the birthplace of New Zealand, and hear them respond with songs from their homelands.

Determined to live out the Lions values on and off the field, the squad visited schools, hospitals and communities everywhere they went, and were made welcome all over New Zealand.

With unrestricted access to every meeting and training session, where players wore microphones for the first time, the team bus and even choir practice, see and hear the players as you have never before.

To win a copy of this must-watch sports film, just answer the question below:

How many Rugby teams make up the British & Irish Lions?

  1. 3
  2. 4
  3. 5

Send your answers to by the closing date of  13/12/2017. Winners will be contacted by email and a copy will be sent in plenty of time for Christmas! Good luck.

Sam Warburton speaks to the team before the game

Sam Warburton speaks to the team before the game 13/6/2017. Credit ©INPHO/Dan Sheridan