In the fifth of a series of interviews, British & Irish Lions fans reminisce on their favourite tour memories. Here Colin Moffitt recounts his trip to Australia for the triumphant 2013 tour against the Wallabies.
Victory on a British & Irish Lions tour, alongside some memorable performances in the red of Wales, has seen Mike Phillips follow in the footsteps of legendary compatriots like JPR Williams and Phil Bennett - and it is a legacy he may have been destined to join since his junior days at Whitland RFC.
In the fourth of a series of interviews, British & Irish Lions fans reminisce on their favourite tour memories. Here Norman Roberts - father of Lions centre Jamie Roberts - recounts his trips to South Africa and Australia.
In the second of a series of interviews, British & Irish Lions fans reminisce on their favourite tour memories. Here Krys Meakin recounts her trip to Australia for the 2013 series against the Wallabies.
Richard Hill's British & Irish Lions fairytale may have ended in disappointment, a knee injury forcing him off in the first test of the 2005 tour of New Zealand, but the England legend and World Cup champion had already made his mark on the famous red jersey.
British & Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland has questioned whether the Qantas Wallabies will be able to repeat their emotional highs of last weekend when the two sides meet again in Sydney on Saturday.
Saturday's vital third Test in Sydney against the Qantas Wallabies will be only the 25th time in 108 Tests over 125 years that the British & Irish Lions haven't been led into battle by their tour captain.
There will be a friendly and familiar face waiting to greet the 'Sea of Red' when the British & Irish Lions fans start pouring into the Etihad Stadium in Melbourne on Saturday night for the vital second Test.
Less than four kilometres away from the Suncorp Stadium, venue for the opening Test between the British & Irish Lions and Qantas Wallabies on Saturday, lies the grave of the man who took the starring role in the first international between the two teams in 1899.
Just imagine the scene. You've travelled around the world to play rugby and just spent a month in New Zealand. You arrive in Sydney and find yourself playing in front of 18,000 curious fans in your very first outing.