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The Wall of Fame was opened at the World Rugby Museum (previously Museum of Rugby) by Martin Johnson on 3rd June 2005.
The ‘Twickenham Wall of Fame’ is a celebration of the best players from all over the world that have ever played at Twickenham Stadium. It gives the players a lasting memorial in the fabric of the Stadium.
Inductees were unveiled on the date of England international fixtures at Twickenham.
Once ‘inducted’, a player is granted a permanent presence at the Stadium.
The criteria for any inducted player is:
As well as the wall inside the Museum, the players will be remembered around Twickenham Stadium on blue plaques. See how many you can find when you visit.
The Wall of Fame players so far are: