Ben Earl rugby player
Ben Earl rugby player

Ben Earl

7th Jan 1998 1.88m/102kg Openside Flanker

Born in Redhill, Surrey, Ben is a member of his club’s junior academy, took A-levels in English economics and French at Tonbridge School and has completed his first year of three at Queen Mary University of London.

He has captained Saracens U18, England U16 and Tonbridge School’s first team and established his leadership credentials. He was players’ player for 2015/16 at Tonbridge, player of the tournament at the Reigate Sevens

In 2016, Earl was included in the England U20 team, he started four games in the 2017 World U20 Championship and scored a try against New Zealand in the final.

In January 2018 he was once again included in the England u20 squad for the remainder of the 2017/18 season.

May 2018 saw him sign a contract extension with Saracens following an impressive 2017/18 season. In a bumper year for Earl he got his international call up ahead of the June Tour to South Africa

SL May 18


saracens Saracens
Openside Flanker
2016 - present
england England U20's
Openside Flanker
2017 - 2018
england England
Openside Flanker
2018 - 2019