Andy Goode is a former professional international rugby player, turned media commentator and speaker.
Andy had an illustrious career wearing the shirts of Leicester Tigers, Saracens, Brive, Sale Sharks, Worcester Warriors, Wasps and finally Newcastle Falcons. In total Andy played 423 professional games and scored 3,934 points.
Andy is the second highest scorer of all time in Premiership Rugby, having previously been the record holder. During his career he won five Premiership titles (1999–2002 and 2007) and two European Cups (2001 and 2002) all with Leicester; he also won the RFU Championship with Worcester Warriors.
In Wasps first game at the Ricoh Arena, Andy also broke the record for the most points scored in a single premiership match with 33, made up of a try, two conversions and 8 penalties.
Andy represented England on 17 occasions, amassing 107 points in the process, including 22 points against Argentina in a single game.
Since hanging up his boots, Andy can be found as a regular speaker and host, commentating on rugby and being the more articulate half of The Rugby Pod, with close friend and faux Scotsman, Jim Hamilton.