Barbarians - Netflix

Who were the warriors who battled the Romans and spread terror throughout Europe? Watch as The History Channel tells the gripping story of some of the most brutal men in history: the Vikings, the Goths, the Mongols, and the Huns.

Barbarians - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2004-12-20

Barbarians - New Zealand Barbarians - Netflix

The New Zealand Barbarians, nicknamed the “Baa-Baas”, are an invitational rugby union team which has been a major part of New Zealand rugby since the team was founded in 1937 by two ex-All Blacks, Ronald Bush, and Hubert McLean who captained their first game (against Auckland) in 1938. The club is based in New Zealand, at Eden Park in Auckland. The idea came from the concept of the Barbarian F.C.. The New Zealand Barbarians were also selected for the All Blacks trial replacing the 'Possibles XV' and in 2009 a New Zealand Barbarians under 85 kg Team toured Australia winning both of their games. The team played against the Māori All Blacks in 2010 at Okara Park, losing 31 – 37 before a crowd of 9,000. A Middleweight Barbarian side was also selected in 2011 to play four games. In 2015, the New Zealand Barbarians won over the Māori All Blacks 17–34.

Barbarians - Representatives - Netflix

Kevin Boroevich Jonah Lomu andrew Mehrtens Christian Cullen Ian Jones Mark Donaldson (1977) Sean Fitzpatrick Grant Fox John Kirwan Taine Randell Xavier Rush Wilson Whineray John Afoa Rene Ranger Colin Slade Alby Mathewson Rupeni Caucaunibuca Ben Smith

Barbarians - References - Netflix