Charlie Ewels rugby player
Charlie Ewels rugby player

Charlie Ewels

29th Jun 1995 1.98m/105kg No 5 Lock

Charlie Ewels, a talented rugby player, hails from Bournemouth, England. He attended Moordown St Johns School and Bournemouth School, where he played a significant role in leading the Bournemouth school team to local successes in the number 8 role. His partnership with Chris Speers, known for his speed, proved to be a formidable force on the field.

In 2012, Ewels represented England U18s and played a vital role in their triumph at the FIRA/AER European Championship in Madrid. The following year, he captained the U18s team to another victory in the same competition, defeating France in the final. Ewels also led the team to a resounding 82-8 win over Portugal in the opening round of the tournament.

Continuing his success at the junior level, Ewels was a key member of the England U20 team that claimed the 2014 Junior World Championship title in New Zealand. During this time, he made his debut for Bath Rugby against Glasgow Warriors in the European Rugby Champions Cup and went on to make several appearances for the first team while still in the Academy.

Ewels made significant strides in his career in 2015 when he transitioned from the Academy to the first team. He also captained the England U20s to a runner-up finish in the World Rugby U20 Championship Final. The following year, he partnered with his clubmate Dave Attwood in the England Saxons second row, helping secure a series victory against South Africa A. Ewels then made his senior debut for England off the bench in a test match against Fiji, contributing to a resounding 58-15 victory.

Despite his young age, Ewels reached a significant milestone by making his 50th appearance for Bath Rugby in a victory over Leicester Tigers. He also had the opportunity to travel with England for a two-match tour of Argentina. In 2019, Ewels was named the captain of Bath Rugby for the 2019/20 campaign, taking over the role from Matt Garvey.

While he didn't make the final squad for the Rugby World Cup, Ewels earned an appearance for England in their warm-up match against Italy. He later returned to the test side for the 2020 Six Nations with 12 test caps to his name, showcasing his continued growth as a player at the international level.



bath Bath Rugby
No 4 Lock
2014 - present
england England
No 5 Lock
2016 - present
bb Blue Bulls
No 5 Lock
2023 - present
england England U20's
No 4 Lock
2014 - 2015
England Saxons
No 5 Lock
2016 - 2018
image (9) Bulls
No 5 Lock
2023 - 2023
Bournemouth School
No 4 Lock