Alexis Palisson rugby player
Alexis Palisson rugby player

Alexis Palisson

9th Sep 1987 1.77m/84kg Left Wing

Born 9 September 1987 in Montauban, Alexis Palisson is a french wing/fullback who started his professional career at Brive in 2005.

He made his international debuted against Australia in 2008 when an under strengthed French side toured Australia and the Pacific Islands,

Ahead of the 2011/12 season Palisson left Brive and joined Toulon.

He was included in the France 2011 Six Nations squad and started 2 of his sides 5 matches.

The winger was included the 2011 France Rugby World Cup squad and started four matches for Les Bleus during the tournament, including the final against New Zealand.

At Toulon, Palisson was able to win the Top 14 and Champions Cup with Toulon. Ahead of the 2013/14 season, he signed for Toulouse, leaving Toulon having made over 50 appearances for the French club.

In 2017 Palison was called into the France 7s squad ahead of the 2017 Paris 7s. In May he signed a two-year deal with Lyon.

A short stint at Stade Francais followed in 2020 before he signed a two year deal with Colomiers in July 2020

Career

colomiersrugby_web Colomiers
Left Wing
2020 - present
Untitled Brive
Left Wing
2005 - 2011
toulon_rugby_logo RC Toulon
Left Wing
2011 - 2014
image France
Left Wing
2008 - 2014
toulouse Toulouse
Left Wing
2014 - 2017
logo_lou_2009 Lyon
Left Wing
2017 - 2020
image France 7's
Outside Centre
2017 - 2020
sf-blason-210x210 Stade Francais
Left Wing
2020 - 2020