Mathis Ferté extends stay with Brive

Mathis Ferté extends stay with Brive

CA Brive announced that U20 international Mathis Ferté will be extending his contract with the French Side. 

After arriving at the club in 2018 in Crabos, Ferté made his debut in the Top 14 last season at just 18 years old. This versatile young player, capable of playing in the scrum-half, wing, centre or fullback positions 

Considered a complete player, he is part of this generation of talented players who represent the excellence of rugby development in France. Ferté joined our the Brive training Centre at the age of 16 before signing his first Espoir contract in 2022.

The French U20 fulback made an impression thanks in particular to his burst of speed and his offensive qualities. Having become a young executive in the Brive professional squad, he is CA Brive's best finisher this season with 12 tries scored and made 29 appearances during the season.

At the age of 20, he already has a fine international record along with the European Under-18 Rugby 7s Champion title which he won in 2022. The following summer, he became U20 World Champion with two teammates, Léo Carbonneau and Maxence Biasotto.

At the same time and as part of his double project, Mathis Ferté is in the second year of the INISUP Bachelor School of Management and Commerce at the CCI of Corrèze.

Having originally signed up until 2026, Mathis has extended two additional seasons to his deal, which will last up until 2028!

“I am very proud to be able to continue to defend the colors of this jersey. I am attached to this club, we have a united group who like to work together, it is important on a daily basis. My goal is to bring as much as possible to the team and the club for the seasons to come. » , specified Mathis Ferté when signing the contract.

Pierre-Henry Broncan commented on the signing of Mathis Ferté: “Mathis is a talented player who continues to progress with each of his appearances thanks to his fairly varied range. He has great maturity, like that of other young people in our training. We forget that he is only 20 years old. It comes from local training (Lot), it is a perfect example of work. 

Xavier Ric , General Director of the club, spoke about this extension: “Mathis continues to impress us with his meteoric progress. It's important to be able to count on him in the long term, and I'm delighted. Our Brivist youth are a real point of satisfaction, they demonstrate great values of work, combativeness and solidarity. »

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