Rugby World Cup 2015 saw the highest attendance in the tournament's history, with more than 2.4 million fans pitchside over 48 games, and a global TV audience of more than four billion viewers.
To celebrate the conclusion of the tournament, Land Rover has created a film focusing on the defining moments of Rugby World Cup 2015 and the fans that made this tournament so great…
World Cup-winning All Blacks Jerome Kaino, Dan Carter, Sonny Bill Williams, Liam Messam and Ma'a Nonu took the Webb Ellis Cup to Wellington to pay their respects to late team-mate Jerry Collins, who died in a car crash in June.
Back-rower Collins, who played 48 times for New Zealand, would have turned 35 today.
This Rugby World Cup had a bit of everything including some amazing tries so here's our top eight:
New Zealand fly-half Dan Carter has followed up his man-of-the-match performance in Saturday's World Cup final by being crowned World Rugby player of the year for 2015.
Steve Hansen expects his reign as New Zealand head coach to end when his contract expires in 2017.
Kurtley Beale has come to embody Michael Cheika's Wallabies revolution and has now been backed to typify Australia's bid for future greatness.
Cheika inherited a mess of in-fighting and back-biting when Ewen McKenzie felt forced into resignation just a year ago.
New Zealand's World Cup victory had yet to sink in when we caught up with man-of-the-match, Dan Carter.