Rugby World Cup winner, British & Irish Lion, England international, double European champion and six-time English league champion, Ben Kay retired in 2010 as one of the most successful players in rugby history.
Joining Leicester Tigers from Waterloo, he made 281 appearances for the club (1999-2010) as well as earning 62 caps for England, including the World Cup win of 2003 and the Final again in 2007, and two Tests for the Lions in 2005. Ben is a partner at an award-winning advertising agency and regularly works with blue-chip companies to improve their team skills.
He is a key part of the BT Sport rugby commentary team, a patron of Forces charity Scotty's Little Soldiers and on the board of trustees of Rugby Players Association charity Restart. He joined the Tigers board of directors in September 2014 and served seven years before leaving the Non-Executive Role in June 2021.