The new issue of Rugby World magazine is brimming with World Cup superstars, plus it comes with a free mini mag! Meet the stars of the Rugby World Cup in the latest issueThe brand new issue of Rugby World magazine introduces you to some of the brightest stars lighting up Japan 2019. These are the big names hunting glory at this year’s Rugby World Cup and the unsung players who make the whole event that much better to watch.And not only do we have a star-packed magazine but we have a FREE mini mag – ‘Born to Dare’ – which tells some the uplifting stories of a few select players at this showcase. It goes pool to pool, discussing these inspiring athletes, as well as showing some historic photographs. It also gives you a little World Cup quiz too.Want to know what else is in the mag? Here are just 15 big reasons you should pick up a copy.1. Meet the England squadRugby World spoke to more than a dozen players in England’s squad to find out about their World Cup memories, jokes in camp and who’s fittest.2. Analysis of All Blacks locksBrodie Retallick and Sam Whitelock are the most experienced locking combination in New Zealand history and, according to All Blacks coach Steve Hansen, also the best.3. Australia’s Michael HooperAustralia’s all-action captain Michael Hooper talks setting standards, saving photos and surfing mishaps…4. Wales in picturesIn this exclusive photo album, members of Warren Gatland’s Wales squad talk through unforgettable moments in their career.5. Japan’s Kenki Fukuoka The electric Japan wing explains his plan to segue from playing rugby to becoming a doctor.Throwing in: Rory Best in Ireland training (Getty Images)6. A fond goodbye to Rory BestThe Ireland captain is gearing up for a fond farewell at the World Cup.7. Behind the scenes with GeorgiaThe Lelos are one of the coming forces in the global game, so Rugby World headed to Tbilisi to get an insight into life in the Georgia camp. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS TAGS: Highlight DOWNLOAD RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE’S DIGITAL EDITION8. Scotland’s Ryan WilsonA World Cup presents challenges on both sides of the whitewash. Ryan Wilson, the Scotland back-row, discusses the importance of family.9. The journey of James FaivaSpanish professional rugby provided a crucial stepping stone to Tonga honours for this fly-half.10. Russian StandardsThe Bears are competing in only their second World Cup, but what is support for the game like in the largest country on the planet? And how can Russia’s rugby improve?11. France’s Guilhem GuiradoThe selfless hooker has become vital to the harmony of the France national team.Clap him in: Dolan in a tunnel of players (Getty Images)12. Downtime with USA’s Cam DolanThe USA No 8 talks about New Orleans, spearfishing and pre-match songs.13. A column from referee Wayne BarnesThe English referee who is officiating at his fourth World Cup talks about what it is like for officials at the major showcase.14. Samoa’s Jack LamThe Samoa back-row talks contracts, culture and coconut milk.15. Stephen Jones’s guide to the quarter-finalsWith the Japan 2019 knockouts fast approaching, Stephen Jones explains why the last-eight stage of a World Cup tends to deliver defining games – and picks his best and worst throughout history If that wasn’t enough, there’s all these guys too…Jacob Stockdale’s chip and chase tipsUruguay’s Diego MagnoItaly’s Tommaso AllanAnalysis of NZ’s World Cup-winning try in 2011South Africa’s Frans SteynThe Secret Ref discusses ‘bias’A rant about the cost of watching the World CupOwen Slot and Brendan Venter debate tackle height trialsRising stars Heather Cowell and Stewart MooreThe Secret Player on watching matches with puntersFollow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.