Carter Carl Gordon, born on January 29, 2001, is a talented Australian professional rugby union player known for his role as a fly-half. He currently plays for the Melbourne Rebels in Super Rugby.
Gordon initially signed with the Queensland Reds squad in 2020, demonstrating his potential and abilities as a playmaker. However, in 2021, he decided to relocate to Melbourne and join the Rebels.
Since joining the team, Gordon has established himself as the starting fly-half and has been a key contributor to the Rebels' performances on the field. In recognition of his talent, Gordon re-signed with the Rebels in 2022, committing to the team until the end of 2024.
Hailing from a rugby family, Gordon's younger brother Mason is also a professional rugby player, highlighting their shared passion for the sport.
Throughout his rugby journey, Gordon has been highly regarded within the Australian rugby community. In 2018, he was a valued member of both the Queensland and Australian Schoolboys programs, showcasing his skills and potential at a young age. Additionally, he represented the Australian Under-20s national team in the same year, further solidifying his reputation as an emerging talent in Australian rugby.
With his impressive skills as a playmaker and his commitment to the Melbourne Rebels, Carter Gordon is poised to continue making significant contributions to Australian rugby in the coming years.
Ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2023, Gordon has been named in the training squad for Australia.
|2019 - present
|2021 - present
|2023 - 2023