Cape Town - Rugby World Cup final results after South Africa won the 2019 tournament on Saturday.

1987 - Auckland, New Zealand

New Zealand 29 France 9

1991 - London, England

Australia 12 England 6

1995 - Johannesburg, South Africa

South Africa 15 New Zealand 12 (aet)

1999 - Cardiff, Wales

Australia 35 France 12

2003 - Sydney, Australia

England 20 Australia 17 (aet)

2007 - Paris, France

South Africa 15 England 6

2011 - Auckland, New Zealand

New Zealand 8 France 7

2015 - London, England

New Zealand 34 Australia 17

2019 - Yokohama, Japan

South Africa 32 England 12

Factfile for 2019 Rugby World Cup champions South Africa:

Results

Pool B: New Zealand 13-23, Namibia 57-3, Italy 49-3, Canada 66-7 

Quarter-final: Japan 26-3

Semi-final: Wales 19-16

Final: England 32-12

Scorers

Tries: 6 - Mapimpi, 3 - Kolbe, Mbonambi, Reinach, 2 - Am, Brits, De Allende, Gelant, 1 - De Klerk, Du Toit, Kolisi, Louw, Malherbe, Marx, Nkosi, Snyman, Steyn, Willemse.

Conversions: 14 - Elton Jantjies, 9 - Pollard

Penalties: 16 - Pollard

Drop goal: Pollard

Squad:

Backline

Warrick Gelant (Bulls), Willie le Roux (Toyota Verblitz), Cheslin Kolbe (Toulouse), Sibusiso Nkosi (Sharks), Lukhanyo Am (Sharks), Jesse Kriel (Bulls), Damian de Allende (Stormers), Francois Steyn (Montpellier), Makazole Mapimpi (Sharks), Elton Jantjies (Lions), Handre Pollard (Bulls), Herschel Jantjies (Stormers), Faf de Klerk (Sale Sharks), Cobus Reinach (Northampton Saints)

Forwards

Steven Kitshoff (Stormers), Tendai Mtawarira (Sharks), Schalk Brits (Bulls), Malcolm Marx (Lions), Bongi Mbonambi (Stormers), Vincent Koch (Saracens), Frans Malherbe (Stormers), Trevor Nyakane (Bulls), Eben Etzebeth (Stormers), Lood de Jager (Bulls), Franco Mostert (Gloucester), RG Snyman (Bulls), Siya Kolisi (Stormers, capt), Francois Louw (Bath), Kwagga Smith (Lions), Pieter-Steph du Toit (Stormers), Duane Vermeulen (Bulls)

Note: Thomas du Toit (Sharks) and Damian Willemse (Stormers) replaced injured Nyakane and Kriel

Coach: Rassie Erasmus (RSA, since 2018)

World Cup record:

1987 - banned because of apartheid, 1991 -banned because of apartheid, 1995 - champions, 1999 - third, 2003 - quarter-finals, 2007 - champions, 2011 - quarter-finals, 2015 - third, 2019 - champions