Rory Teague rugby player
Rory Teague rugby player

Rory Teague

12th Feb 1985 1.82m/81kg Coach

Teague is well versed in English rugby having played at fly-half for Gloucester and Bristol. He also played for Grenoble in France and joined the RFU after a spell working in Saracens' academy.

He began his coaching life at Harrow where he had a role in mentoring and coaching the young Maro Itoje who was crowned World Rugby's breakthrough player for 2016.

After his contribution in England Under-20's World Championship win in the summer of 2016, he was appointed as full-time skills coach for the senior England team in January 2017.

In the summer of 2017, Teague joined Bordeaux in the Top 14 as a backs coach and was then appointed head coach following the departure of Jacques Brunel to the national side.

In November 2018, Teague and Union Bordeaux parted ways after a run of losses.

In July 2019, he signed on as Gloucester's new attack coach ahead of the 2019/20 season.

Career

image Gloucester Rugby
Coach
2019 - present
saracens Saracens
Inside Centre
2015 - 2015
england England
Coach
2017 - 2018
ub Union Bordeaux Begles
Coach
2017 - 2018