Dorian Aldegheri rugby player
Dorian Aldegheri rugby player

Dorian Aldegheri

4th Aug 1993 1.80m/119kg Tighthead Prop

Arriving from Blagnac, Aldegheri joined the Toulouse academy in 2007. He developed quickly as a tight head with bags of potential.

Made his first-team debut in 2013 against Racing 92 at the Stade Ernest Wallon.

After a full 17-18 season with 26 appearances overall competitions, Dorian Aldegheri cemented himself as a regular in the side.

An injury in the fall of 2018, hindered his rapid rise as he was sidelined for 2 months.

On his return to fitness, he was selected in the 2018 Six Nations squad. He featured as a substitute 4 times during the competition. However, an injury to his knee ligaments during the last match in Italy ended his season ruling him out of the World Cup in Japan.

Ahead of the 2019/20 season, Aldegheri has 89 caps over all competitions for Toulouse winning the Top 14 with the side in 2019.

He was recalled to the France squad ahead of the 2020 Six Nations with 4 test caps all of which coming in the Six Nations, however, he suffered an injury ahead of the competition and was subsequently ruled out.

Aldegheri was called up in the 2023 Six Nations to play for France against England after two players were banned, both for high tackles. He has been selected to play for France ahead of the 2023 Rugby World Cup.

ML June 2023


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Tighthead Prop
2013 - present
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Tighthead Prop
2019 - present