Federico Mori, born on October 13, 2000, is an Italian rugby union player who primarily plays as a Centre. He currently represents Bordeaux Bègles in the Top 14 league.
Mori comes from a sporting family, being the brother of hammer thrower Rachele Mori and the nephew of Fabrizio Mori, the world champion of the 400m hurdles in Seville 1999.
In his career, Mori was named as a Permit Player for Zebre in the 2019-20 and 2020-21 Pro14 seasons. This allowed him to gain valuable experience and exposure at the professional level.
Mori's talents also earned him recognition in the Italy Sevens squad for the 2018 Rugby Europe Sevens Grand Prix Series. Additionally, he was selected for the Italy Under 20 squad in both 2019 and 2020, showcasing his potential as a young player.
From October 2020 onwards, Mori became a part of the Italy national squad, further solidifying his presence in the rugby scene.
As a promising center, Mori continues to develop his skills and make strides in his professional career. His inclusion in both club and national teams reflects his talent and potential in the world of rugby.
|2020 - present
|2023 - present
|2019 - 2020
|2019 - 2020
|2019 - 2021
|Union Bordeaux Begles
|2021 - 2023