Will spent his childhood in Italy and Lancashire before going on to study Economics at Durham University and work on the trading floor at Midland Global Markets (now HSBC)
A professional career that spanned 11 years, 55 international caps and World Cup victory he established a reputation as an unsurpassed mid-field creator.
Founder of Legend Holidays & Events which offers one-of-a-kind family holidays and sporting events all hosted by some of the biggest names in sport – www.ourlegend.com.
Proud father to 3 children, he lives to the west of London and spends what spare time he has playing any sport that is thrown his way.
Having played for Harlequins alongside his day job, he committed full time to rugby as soon as it went professional in 1996.
After a spell at Leicester, where he helped to bring home two Premiership titles, he re-signed for Harlequins in 2000 and played a key role in taking them to victory twice in the European Shield.
An integral part of England’s Six Nations victories in 2000 and 2001, Greenwood was also on scintillating form in England’s exhilarating Grand Slam win in 2003. In the crucial final game against Ireland, England swept away their opposition with Greenwood rampant in the midfield, scoring two tries as they surged to a 42-6 victory.
In the culmination of an outstanding career, he finally threw off subsequent injury problems to run out for the British & Irish Lions in the 2005 tour of New Zealand. In total he toured 3 times with Lions, in 1997, 2001 and 2005.
Off pitch his focus has remained undimmed. With a reputation as a bright, articulate and entertaining personality he has established himself as a hugely popular and respected presenter for Sky Sports. Alongside a weekly column in the Daily Telegraph he has firmly cemented himself as one of the most insightful and intelligent commentators in the game today.