Top 20 Rugby Player celebrities in France
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Rugby Player celebrities [Updated November 27, 2022].
Wesley Fofana was born
on January 20, 1988
He played rugby at the University Club of Paris.
Alex Palisson was born
on September 9, 1987
He made his representative debut for France in 2008.
Francois Trinh-Duc was born
on November 11, 1986
in Montpellier, France.
He played for France's rugby union national squad for the first time at the 2008 Six Nations Championship. He played over 200 caps for Montpellier between 2004-2016.
Gaël Fickou was born
on March 26, 1994
He scored his first try in international competition for France during the 2013 summer New Zealand tour. He later signed with Stade Français in 2018.
Guilhem Guirado was born
on June 17, 1986
in Ceret, France.
He was named captain of the French national team in 2015.
Maxime Machenaud was born
on December 30, 1988
in Bordeaux, France.
He earned his first cap for the French national rugby union squad in 2012. He scored his first international try during the club's 2012 tour of Argentina.
Yoann Huget was born
on June 2, 1987
He has represented the French national rugby union squad beginning in 2010. He competed at the 2019 Six Nations tournament with the side, and helped them win the Auld Alliance and Giuseppe Garibaldi trophies.
Frederic Michalak was born
on October 16, 1982
He scored more than 250 points and made more than 50 appearances for the French rugby team beginning in 2001.
William Servat was born
on December 9, 1978
He became the forwards coach for Toulouse following his retirement from playing.
Jean-michel Aguirre was born
on November 2, 1951
He played his club rugby with Stade Bagnerais.
Aurelien Rougerie was born
on September 26, 1980
He sued Phil Greening of England for inflicting a throat injury on him during a game that required three surgeries.
Sebastien Chabal was born
on December 8, 1977
He made his international debut for France in 2000.
Romain Ntamack was born
on May 1, 1999
He won both the Six Nations and World Rugby U-20 championships in 2018 with France's U-20 squad. He subsequently debuted for France's national rugby union team in 2019.