89,267 supporters - most of them Irish - jammed into Wembley on Sunday to see Ireland defeat Romania.
Captain on the day Jamie Heaslip along with Joe Schmidt were blown away by the Irish support.
It was a record attendance for a Rugby World Cup match, exceeding the previous record set just last weekend for the New Zealand vs Argentina game, also held at Wembley.
It's another record-breaking Wembley crowd, beating last week's #RWC attendance best for #NZLvARG #IREvROM #RWC2015 pic.twitter.com/cVr1teU85V
— Rugby World Cup (@rugbyworldcup) September 27, 2015
Sunday's crowd also surpassed the attendance of any England football international at Wembley.
The new Wembley opened in 2007 and since then the largest attendance for a home England international was the 89,107 who showed up for the 5-1 defeat of Kazakhstan in October 2008.
So, more people turned out to watch a fait accompli between Ireland and Romania than have ever shown up to see the English football team at the home of English football.
And this is a time in which they've played Brazil (twice), Germany (twice), France, Spain, Netherlands and the 'Auld Enemy' Scotland.
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