Springbok Frans Steyn is delighted at being back playing for the Cheetahs and living in Bloemfontein.
Following his move to Bloemfontein to join the Cheetahs, look back at highlights from Frans Steyn’s career to date – for both club and country.
Take a look at the comprehensive list of French Top 14 and French Pro D2 player transfers involving South Africans ahead of the 2020-21 season.
Here’s a comprehensive list of PRO14 player transfers involving South Africans ahead of the 2020-21 season.
Frans Steyn recalls former Springbok captain John Smit asked him to lead the Bokke chant during a team huddle, only for the then Test rookie to scream out the name of his provincial team. Blooper.
Look back at when a 20-year-old Frans Steyn coolly slotted two drop goals to ensure a dramatic comeback victory for the Springboks over the Wallabies during the 2007 Tri-Nations.
Re-live some of the longest penalty kicks in the history of the Rugby World Cup, including monster efforts from Frans Steyn.
Frans Steyn has highlighted the difference in his awareness and appreciation of the Boks’ 2007 and 2019 World Cup wins, and his hopes of facing the 2021 Lions next year.
Springbok veteran Frans Steyn says the quality of the European leagues could benefit South African rugby if a move to the northern hemisphere is made in the future.
The Cheetahs used all possible avenues – including Ruan Pienaar’s inside information – to bring Frans Steyn back to Bloemfontein.