The All Blacks have remembered New Zealanders who lost their lives in the First World War as they attend a wreath laying ceremony at the New Zealand Memorial in Hyde Park in London.
Thirteen All Blacks were among those who lost their lives during the conflict.
All Blacks Dane Coles, Charlie Faumuina, Luke Romano, and Ben Smith attended the ceremony along with the New Zealand High Commissioner, Sir Lockwood Smith.
Rugby was played at various points during the War.
Notably during a respite from Gallipoli, the ANZAC soldiers organised a game on the island of Lemnos.
They played with a football because no rugby ball could be found with the New Zealanders running in 13 tries.
The Australians managed one.
Another game was played in Paris in April 1917 against France for the Somme Cup.
A crowd of 60,000 watched the game, won by New Zealand 40-0.
The All Blacks arrived in London from Chicago where they beat the United States 74-6.
They play England at Twickenham on Sunday morning.