Andy Robinson OBE made his England debut in June 1988 against Australia.
He went on to gain another 7 caps before playing his last match in November 1995 against South Africa.
Whilst playing rugby for Bath, Andy Robinson taught Mathematics, Physical Education and Rugby at King Edward’s School, Bath and later Colston’s Collegiate School, Bristol.
Robinson eventually turned to coaching and coached Bath between 1997 and 2000, before being appointed forwards coach for England, under Sir Clive Woodward.
When Woodward resigned as coach in September 2004, Andy took his position and remained in charge until November 2006.
Between 2009 and 2013 Andy was the Head Coach of the Scotland team.
Possessing a wealth of coaching experience at both International and Premiership level, as well as a proven success track record having coached England to win the World Cup and Bath to win the European Cup, Andy Robinson has an inside knowledge into teamwork, motivation and creating a strong desire to win and to inspires others to achieve greatness.
Andy is currently the Director of Rugby at Bristol Rugby.
- Rugby World Cup Winners 2003
- Grand Slam Winners 2003
- Six Nations Winners 2001
- 1st English Team to win European Cup 1998
- Runner up Premiership 2000
Speaking topics include:
- Team Building
- Individual Core Values
- Alignment to a Goal/Vision
- Creating the environment to achieve the Goal/Vision