The excitement for the Rugby World Cup 2023 is growing strong. As the start date gets closer, the countries playing in the competition reveal the players in their teams. This year, there’s a new rule: each team can have 33 players instead of 31, like in the last World Cup. This change is because World Rugby wants to take better care of the players and focus on their health and safety.
Out of 20 teams, Samoa is the first nation to announce their squad. The All Blacks, the most strong team in rugby, have also announced their roster.
Do you want to get the Rugby World Cup squads for all teams in one place? You’re in the right place. Here, you can get a list of 33 players for each team.
- 1 Pool A Teams & Player list
- 2 Pool B Teams & Player list
- 3 Pool C Teams & Player list
- 4 Pool D Teams & Player list
Pool A Teams & Player list
New Zealand Squad
Ian Foster, Jason Ryan, and Joe Schmidt have chosen the All Blacks team for the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France.
Sam Cane will be the team captain. Samuel Whitelock will play in his fourth tournament. Six players will play in their third, nine in their second, and 17 in their first.
With 1493 Test caps, this is the most experienced All Blacks team ever for the Rugby World Cup.
Forwards: Codie Taylor, Dane Coles, Samisoni Taukei’aho, Ethan de Groot, Fletcher Newell, Nepo Laulala, Ofa Tuungafasi, Tamaiti Williams, Tyrel Lomax, Brodie Retallick, Sam Whitelock, Scott Barrett, Tupou Vaa’i, Ardie Savea, Dalton Papalii, Luke Jacobson, Sam Cane (captain), Shannon Frizell
Backs: Aaron Smith, Finlay Christie, Cam Roigard, Beauden Barrett, Damian McKenzie, Richie Mo’unga, David Havili, Anton Lienert-Brown, Jordie Barrett, Rieko Ioane, Caleb Clarke, Emoni Narawa, Leicester Fainga’anuku, Mark Telea, Will Jordan.
France’s Rugby World Cup 2023 squad will include Flanker Anthony Jelonch and prop Cyril Baille despite both having recent injuries.
Jelonch, last seen in action during a Six Nations win over Scotland, is recovering from an ACL rupture, while Baille is dealing with a calf issue.
Head coach Fabien Galthié expects both to be match-fit by next month.
Uini Atonio and Gael Fickou are among those making their second World Cup appearance, along with Antoine Dupont, Charles Ollivon, Thomas Ramos, Gregory Alldritt, Damian Penaud, and Peato Mauvaka.
Forwards: Cyril Baille, Jean-Baptiste Gros, Reda Wardi, Uini Atonio, Dorian Aldegheri, Sipili Falatea, Julien Marchand, Peato Mauvaka, Pierre Bourgarit, Bastien Chalureau, Thibaud Flament, Romain Taofifenua, Cameron Woki, Gregory Alldritt, Paul Boudehent, Francois Cros, Sekou Macalou, Charles Ollivon, Anthony Jelonch.
Backs: Antoine Dupont (captain), Maxime Lucu, Baptiste Couilloud, Matthieu Jalibert, Antoine Hastoy, Damian Penaud, Gabin Villiere, Louis Bielle-Biarrey, Gael Fickou, Jonathan Danty, Arthur Vincent, Yoram Moefana, Thomas Ramos, Melvyn Jaminet.
Fly-half Tommaso Allan, appearing in his third Rugby World Cup, leads Italy’s experienced squad for the 2023 tournament in France. Luca Morisi joins Allan as the only backs with prior World Cup experience.
Seven forwards from the 2019 event are also part of the team. Notably, the squad features two sets of brothers: the Garbisis and the Cannones.
Forwards: Pietro Ceccarelli, Simone Ferrari, Danilo Fischetti, Ivan Nemer, Marco Riccioni, Federico Zani, Luca Bigi, Epalahame Faiva, Giacomo Nicotera, Niccolò Cannone, Dino Lamb, Federico Ruzza, David Sisi, Lorenzo Cannone, Toa Halafihi, Michele Lamaro (captain), Sebastian Negri, Giovanni Pettinelli, Manuel Zuliani
Backs: Alessandro Fusco, Alessandro Garbisi, Martin Page-Relo, Stephen Varney, Tommaso Allan, Giacomo Da Re, Paolo Garbisi, Juan Ignacio Brex, Luca Morisi, Pierre Bruno, Ange Capuozzo, Monty Ioane, Paolo Odogwu, Lorenzo Pani
Uruguay’s rugby squad for the 2023 Rugby World Cup will feature eight players appearing in their third World Cup, including team captain Andrés Vilaseca.
Other veteran players include forwards Germán Kessler and Mateo Sanguinetti, as well as backs Felipe Berchesi, Nicolás Freitas, Gastón Mieres, Agustín Ormaechea, and Rodrigo Silva, all of whom represented Uruguay in the 2015 and 2019 tournaments.
Eleven additional squad members have one World Cup experience. Notably, star scrum-half Santiago Arata, who is currently in France recovering from hand surgery, will join the team upon their arrival in his country of residence.
Forwards: Mateo Sanguinetti, Matías Benitez, Facundo Gattas, Germán Kessler, Guillermo Pujadas, Ignacio Péculo, Diego Arbelo, Reinaldo Piussi, Ignacio Dotti, Manuel Leindekar, Felipe Aliaga, Manuel Ardao, Santiago Civetta, Manuel Diana, Lucas Bianchi, Carlos Deus, Juan Manuel Rodriguez, Eric Dos Santos.
Backs: Santiago Arata, Santiago Alvarez, Agustín Ormaechea, Felipe Etcheverry, Felipe Berchesi, Andrés Vilaseca (captain), Nicolás Freitas, Felipe Arcos Perez, Tomás Inciarte, Gastón Mieres, Baltazar Amaya, Juan Manuel Alonso, Rodrigo Silva, Bautista Basso, Ignacio Facciolo.
Namibia’s squad for the 2023 Rugby World Cup includes former Wallaby flanker Richard Hardwick, who was born in Windhoek but raised in Australia.
The team will be captained by experienced centre Johan Deysel, one of seven players making their third World Cup appearance.
Notably, back-row PJ van Lill has been selected for his fourth World Cup, becoming only the second Namibian to achieve this feat.
Of the 31 players chosen by head coach Allister Coetzee, 16 have previous World Cup experience. Oela Blaauw, a former Namibia U20 scrum-half, is the only uncapped player in the squad.
Forwards: Jason Benade, Aranos Coetzee, Desiderius Sethie, Haitembu Shifuka, Louis van der Westhuizen, Torsten van Jaarsveld, Casper Viviers, Tiaan de Klerk, Obert Nortje, Richard Hardwick, Adriaan Ludick, Johan Retief, Mahepisa Tjeriko, Tjiuee Uanivi, Max Katjijeko, Prince Gaoseb, PJ van Lill, Wian Conradie, Adriaan Booysen
Backs: Damian Stevens, Oela Blaauw, Jacques Theron, Cliven Loubser, Tiaan Swanepoel, Andre van der Berg, Johan Deysel, JC Greyling, Danco Burger, Le Roux Malan, Alcino Isaacs, Gerswin Mouton, Chad Plato, Divan Rossouw
Pool B Teams & Player list
South Africa Squad
The South Africa Rugby World Cup coach has picked the team for 2023. Some main players are out with injuries, so others got a chance. The team includes four scrum-halves and two players for the number ten position. Some players, like Deon Fourie and Franco Mostert, can play in different positions.
Forwards: Steven Kitshoff, Vincent Koch, Frans Malherbe, Ox Nche, Trevor Nyakane, Bongi Mbonambi, Malcolm Marx, Eben Etzebeth, Jean Kleyn, Marvin Orie, R.G. Snyman, Pieter-Steph du Toit, Siya Kolisi (captain), Kwagga Smith, Marco van Staden, Duane Vermeulen, Jasper Wiese, Deon Fourie, Franco Mostert.
Backs: Faf de Klerk, Jaden Hendrikse, Cobus Reinach, Grant Williams, Manie Libbok, Damian Willemse, Damian de Allende, Andre Esterhuizen, Jesse Kriel, Kurt-Lee Arendse, Cheslin Kolbe, Willie le Roux, Makazole Mapimpi, Canan Moodie.
Ireland is heading into the 2023 Rugby World Cup as the top-ranked team in the World Rugby Men’s Rankings.
Test centurions Conor Murray, Keith Earls, and Johnny Sexton are set to play in their fourth tournament, but Cian Healy will miss out due to injury.
Tadhg Furlong, Iain Henderson, Robbie Henshaw, and Peter O’Mahony each have two previous World Cup appearances, and eight more players have past tournament experience.
The team will begin their campaign against Romania on September 9. After a rigorous eight-week pre-season, head coach Andy Farrell expressed confidence in the 33-player selection.
Forwards: Finlay Bealham, Tadhg Furlong, David Kilcoyne, Jeremy Loughman, Tom O’Toole, Andrew Porter, Rob Herring, Ronan Kelleher, Dan Sheehan, Ryan Baird, Tadhg Beirne, Iain Henderson, Joe McCarthy, James Ryan, Jack Conan, Caelan Doris, Peter O’Mahony, Josh van der Flier.
Backs: Craig Casey, Jamison Gibson-Park, Conor Murray, Ross Byrne, Jack Crowley, Johnny Sexton, Bundee Aki, Robbie Henshaw, Stuart McCloskey, Garry Ringrose, Keith Earls, Mack Hansen, Hugo Keenan, James Lowe, Jimmy O’Brien.
Ritchie leads Scotland’s Rugby World Cup 2023 squad, which consists of 19 forwards and 14 backs.
Notable inclusions are back-row Jack Dempsey, previously an Australian World Cup player, and second-row Gray, the most-capped player with 75 appearances.
Seven players in the squad have more than 50 caps for Scotland. On the other end of the experience spectrum, fly-half Ben Healy has been capped only three times.
The squad features 14 players each from Edinburgh Rugby and Glasgow Warriors, four exiles including Chris Harris and Cameron Redpath, and Rory Sutherland, who is currently unattached.
Forwards: Jamie Bhatti, Zander Fagerson, WP Nel, Pierre Schoeman, Javan Sebastian, Rory Sutherland, Ewan Ashman, Dave Cherry, George Turner, Scott Cummings, Grant Gilchrist, Richie Gray, Sam Skinner, Luke Crosbie, Rory Darge, Jack Dempsey, Matt Fagerson, Jamie Ritchie, Hamish Watson.
Backs: George Horne, Ali Price, Ben White, Ben Healy, Finn Russell, Chris Harris, Huw Jones, Cameron Redpath, Sione Tuipulotu, Darcy Graham, Blair Kinghorn, Ollie Smith, Kyle Steyn, Duhan van der Merwe.
Tonga’s Rugby World Cup 2023 squad will miss the experience of Israel Folau and Telusa Veainu due to injuries. However, the team includes former All Blacks George Moala, Malakai Fekitoa, Vaea Fifita, Charles Piutau, and former Wallaby Adam Coleman.
Captain Sonatane Takulua, the first Tongan player to reach 50 caps, and hooker Paula Ngauamo are set for their third World Cup appearance.
Six other players bring prior tournament experience. Head coach Toutai Kefu expressed pride in the squad, noting George Moala will join mid-campaign due to a reduced suspension.
Forwards: Siegfried Fisi’ihoi, Feao Fotuaika, Tau Koloamatangi, Paula Ngauamo, Siua Maile, Samiuela Moli, Ben Tameifuna, Paula Latu, Sosefo ‘Apikotoa, Adam Coleman, Leva Fifita, Samiuela Lousi, Sitiveni Mafi, Vaea Fifita, Tanginoa Halaifonua, Semisi Paea, Solomone Funaki, Sione Vailanu, Sione Havili Talitui
Backs: Sonatane Takulua, Augustine Pulu, Manu Paea, William Havili, Otumaka Mausia, Pia Ahki, Malakai Fekitoa, George Moala, Afusipa Taumoefolau, Fine Inisi, Solomone Kata, Salesi Piutau, Kyren Taumoefolau, Anzelo Tuitavuki.
On the eve of the Rugby World Cup 2023, Romania had to make three injury-related squad changes, replacing Mihai Macovei, Mihai Mureșan, and Paul Popoaia with Andre Gorin, Lama Sioeli, and Taliauli Sikuea.
Marius Iftimiciuc and Florin Surugiu, the oldest player at 38, are in rehab and set to resume training on September 5.
Cristi Chirica is named captain despite having only led the team in two of his 34 caps.
The squad also features Tevita Manumua, a former Tonga sevens player, and two players who recently transferred their allegiance: lock Andrei Mahu and prop Gheorge Gajion.
Forwards: Alexandru Savin, Gheorghe Gajion, Thomas Crețu, Alexandru Gordaș, Costel Burțilă, Iulian Harțig, Ovidiu Cojocaru, Robert Irimescu, Florin Bărdașu, Adrian Motoc, Marius Iftimiciuc, Ștefan Iancu, Cristi Chirica, Mihai Macovei, Vlad Neculau, Dragoș Ser, Cristi Boboc, Florian Roșu, Damian Strătilă.
Backs: Gabriel Rupanu, Florin Surugiu, Alin Conache, Gabriel Pop, Mihai Mureșan, Tudor Boldor, Nicolas Onuțu, Marius Simionescu, Tangimana Fonovai, Taylor Gontineac, Jason Tomane, Tevita Manumua, Hinckley Vaovasa, Paul Popoaia.
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Pool C Teams & Player list
With 114 caps, George North will participate in his fourth Rugby World Cup for Wales, leading the team in experience. Dan Biggar, Gareth Davies, Tomas Francis, Dan Lydiate, Leigh Halfpenny, and Liam Williams joined him for their third tournament.
Newcomers Corey Domachowski and Henry Thomas, who received their first caps in August, are also included. Dafydd Jenkins, at 20, is the youngest player in the squad, averaging 27 years of age.
Head coach Warren Gatland mentioned the difficulty of narrowing down from a wider group of 48 players but feels the final 33 offer a strong blend of talent and experience.
Forwards: Nicky Smith, Gareth Thomas, Corey Domachowski, Tomas Francis, Dillon Lewis, Henry Thomas, Dewi Lake, Elliot Dee, Ryan Elias, Adam Beard, Dafydd Jenkins, Will Rowlands, Christ Tshiunza, Taine Basham, Dan Lydiate, Tommy Reffell, Jac Morgan, Taulupe Faletau, Aaron Wainwright.
Backs: Gareth Davies, Tomos Williams, Gareth Anscombe, Dan Biggar, Sam Costelow, Johnny Williams, Nick Tompkins, Mason Grady, George North, Josh Adams, Rio Dyer, Louis Rees-Zammit, Leigh Halfpenny, Liam Williams.
Australia’s Rugby World Cup 2023 squad leans on youth, with only eight of 33 players having previous tournament experience.
James Slipper is the squad’s veteran, heading into his fourth World Cup, while Captain Skelton will play in his second.
Other returning players include Jordan Petaia, Samu Kerevi, and Marika Koroibete.
Head coach Jones is confident, stating that the young players have earned their spots and bring a palpable excitement and desire to improve to the team.
Forwards: Angus Bell, Pone Fa’amausili, Zane Nonggorr, Blake Schoupp, James Slipper, Taniela Tupou, Matt Faessler, Dave Precki, Jordan Uelese, Richie Arnold, Nick Frost, Matt Philip, Will Skelton (captain), Langi Gleeson, Tom Hooper, Josh Kemeny, Rob Leota, Fraser McReight, Rob Valetini.
Backs: Issak Fines-Leleiwasa, Tate McDermott, Nic White, Carter Gordon, Lalakai Foketi, Samu Kerevi, Izaia Perese, Jordan Petaia, Max Jorgensen, Andrew Kellaway, Marika Koroibete, Mark Nawaqanitawase, Suliasi Vunivalu, Ben Donaldson.
Fiji’s rugby squad for the upcoming RWC 2023 includes veterans Captain Nayacalevu, Levani Botia, and Peni Ravai, marking their third World Cup, while six others will experience their second. 24 of the 33 players are set to make their tournament debut.
Uncapped prop Koroiduadua might make his test debut at RWC if not selected for warm-up matches. Fiji’s preparation for the tournament has been strong, with victories over Tonga, Samoa, and Japan, earning praise from Coach Raiwalui.
Forwards: Eroni Mawi, Peni Ravai, Jone Koroiduadua, Mesake Doge, Luke Tagi, Samu Tawake, Tevita Ikanivere, Sam Matavesi, Zuriel Togiatama, Isoa Nasilasila, Temo Mayanavanua, Te Ahiwaru Cirikidaveta, Albert Tuisue, Lekima Tagitagivalu, Levani Botia, Vilive Miramira, Meli Derenalagi, Viliame Mata.
Backs: Frank Lomani, Simi Kuruvoli, Peni Matawalu, Caleb Muntz, Teti Tela, Josua Tuisova, Semi Radradra, Waisea Nayacalevu, Iosefo Masi, Selesitino Ravutaumada, Vinaya Habosi, Jiuta Wainiqolo, Kalaveti Ravouvou, Sireli Maqala, Ilaisa Droasese.
Georgia’s Rugby World Cup 2023 squad includes 19 forwards and 14 backs, captained by centre Merab Sharikadze.
With 15 players having prior tournament experience, Lasha Khmaladze and Aleksandre Todua are set for their fourth World Cup.
Notably, 15 squad members are from the Rugby Europe Super Cup-winning team Black Lion.
Hooker Giorgi Chkoidze is sidelined due to injury. Coach Maisashvili is confident, stating that the selected 33 players are the best for this stage.
Forwards: Nika Abuladze, Beka Gigashvili, Guram Gogichashvili, Luka Japaridze, Mikheil Nariashvili, Guram Papidze, Shalva Mamukashvili, Luka Nioradze, Tengiz Zamtaradze, Vladimer Chachanidze, Nodar Cheishvili, Lasha Jaiani, Konstantine Mikautadze, Mikheil Gachechiladze, Beka Gorgadze, Luka Ivanishvili, Tornike Jalagonia, Beka Saginadze, Giorgi Tsutskiridze.
Backs: Gela Aprasidze, Vasil Lobzhanidze, Tengiz Peranidze, Tedo Abzhandadze, Luka Matkava, Demur Tapladze, Aleksandre Todua, Merab Sharikadze, Tornike Kakhoidze, Modebadze Mirian, Akaki Tabutsadze, Davit Niniashvili, Lasha Khmaladze, Giorgi Kveseladze.
Portugal’s Rugby World Cup 2023 squad has no prior tournament experience but includes generational ties, with Jeronimo Portela selected at fly-half, following his father Miguel Portela who played in 2007.
Head coach Patrice Lagisquet is also a Rugby World Cup veteran. Star winger Raffaele Storti has returned from injury, boosting their attack. Seventeen players in the squad play club rugby in France.
Forwards: António Machado Santos, David Costa, Diogo Hasse Ferreira, Francisco Fernandes, Francisco Bruno, Anthony Alves, Duarte Diniz, Lionel Campergue, Mike Tadjer, Duarte Torgal, José Madeira, José Maria Rebelo Andrade, Steevy Cerqueira, Martim Belo, Nicolas Martins, Rafael Simões, João Granate, Thibault de Freitas, David Wallis.
Backs: João Belo, Pedro Lucas, Samuel Marques, Jerónimo Portela, Joris Moura, José Lima, Tomás Appleton, Pedro Bettencourt, Rodrigo Marta, Vincent Pinto, Manuel Cardoso Pinto, Raffaele Storti, Nuno Sousa Guedes, Simão Bento.
Pool D Teams & Player list
The England team for the 2023 Rugby World Cup has been picked. It has some new players and some who have played a lot before. They will play against Argentina, Japan, Chile, and Samoa when the games start. The first game is on September 8th. People are excited to see how the team will do.
Forwards: Ollie Chessum (Leicester), Dan Cole (Leicester), Tom Curry (Sale), Theo Dan (Saracens), Ben Earl (Saracens), Ellis Genge (Bristol), Jamie George (Saracens), Maro Itoje (Saracens), Courtney Lawes (Northampton), Lewis Ludlam (Northampton), Joe Marler (Harlequins), George Martin (Leicester), David Ribbans (Toulon), Bevan Rodd (Sale), Kyle Sinckler (Bristol), Will Stuart (Bath), Billy Vunipola (Saracens), Jack Walker (Harlequins), Jack Willis (Toulouse).
Backs: Henry Arundell (Racing 92), Danny Care (Harlequins), Elliot Daly (Saracens), Owen Farrell (Saracens), George Ford (Sale), Ollie Lawrence (Bath), Max Malins (Bristol), Joe Marchant (Stade Francais), Marcus Smith (Harlequins), Freddie Steward (Leicester), Manu Tuilagi (Sale), Jack van Poortvliet (Leicester), Anthony Watson (unattached), Ben Youngs (Leicester).
Japan’s Rugby World Cup squad will feature veterans Michael Leitch and Shota Horie, both headed to their fourth tournament. Leitch’s recent suspension won’t affect his participation.
The squad has 19 newcomers, including three who were uncapped at the time of selection: Sione Halasili, Kenta Fukuda, and Saumaki.
South-African-born flanker Labuschagne will miss the opening game against Chile due to a suspension. Kotaro Matsushima, a key player from the 2019 tournament, also returns.
Forwards: Keita Inagaki, Craig Millar, Sione Halasili, Koo Ji-won, Shinnosuke Kakinaga, Asaeli Ai Valu, Shota Horie, Atsushi Sakate, Kosuke Horikoshi, James Moore, Jack Cornelsen, Shota Fukui, Kazuki Himeno, Michael Leitch, Ben Gunter
Backs: Naoto Saito, Yutaka Nagare, Kenta Fukuda, Lee Seung-sin, Rikiya Matsuda, Jumpei Ogura, Ryoto Nakamura, Tomoki Osada, Shogo Nakano, Dylan Riley, Siosaia Fifita, Semisi Masirewa, Jone Naikabula, Lomano Lemeki, Kotaro Matsushima.
Former Australian coach Michael Cheika has chosen the Argentina team for the 2023 Rugby World Cup. Some big names are missing, but the team has a mix of experienced players and newcomers.
Nicolás Sánchez and Agustín Creevy are set to play in their fourth World Cup, with ten others in their third.
The team also includes two Olympic bronze medalists, Lautaro Bazán Vélez and Rodrigo Isgro.
Forwards: Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, Francisco Gomez Kodela, Joel Sclavi, Thomas Gallo, Eduardo Bello,Julian Montoya, Agustin Creevy, Ignacio Ruiz, Matias Alemanno, Tomas Lavanini, Guido PettiFacundo Isa, Pablo Matera, Juan Martin Gonzalez, Santiago Grondona, Marcos Kremer, Rodrigo Bruni, Pedro Rubiolo
Backs: Gonzalo Bertranou, Lautaro Bazan Velez, Tomas Cubelli, Santiago Carreras, Nicolas Sanchez, Santiago Chocobares, Lucio Cinti, Jeronimo de la Fuente, Matias Moroni, Emiliano Boffelli, Juan Cruz Mallia, Mateo Carreras, Juan Imhoff, Rodrigo Isgro, Martin Bogado.
Samoa’s rugby team has chosen Chris Vui and Michael Alaalatoa as the co-captains for the Rugby World Cup. Both of these players usually play in Europe.
The team has picked 32 players for the tournament but still has one more player to choose from.
Three players who used to play for New Zealand’s team called the All Blacks, will now play for Samoa. Their names are Lima Sopoaga, Steven Luatua, and Charlie Faumuina.
Also, Christian Leali’ifano, who played for Australia in the last World Cup, will be part of Samoa’s team this time. The games start in France on September 9.
Forwards: Fritz Lee, So’otala Fa’aso’o, Jordan Taufua, Alamanda Motuga, Miracle Fai’ilagi, Steven Luatua, Taleni Seu, Chris Vui (co-capt), Sam Slade, Theo McFarland, Brian Alainu’uese, Charlie Faumuina, Paul Alo-Emile, Michael Alaalatoa (co-capt), Jordan Lay, Seilala Lam, Sama Malolo, Luteru Tolai
Backs: Neria Foma’i, Alai D’Angelo Leuila, Nigel Ah Wong, Ben Lam, Ed Fidow, Tumua Manu, Danny Toala, Ulupano Junior Seuteni, Duncan Paia’aua, Lima Sopoaga, Christian Leali’ifano, Jonathan Taumateine, Ereatara Enari, Melani Matavao.
Chile’s debut Rugby World Cup squad features a unique inclusion of four sets of brothers and will be captained by Doncaster Knights flanker Martín Sigren. Most of the squad (27 out of 30) play for Super Rugby Americas club Selknam. Pablo Huete, a veteran with 17 years of experience, is also in the lineup, while scrum-half Benjamín Videla is the only uncapped player.
Forwards: Javier Carrasco, Salvador Lues, Vittorio Lastra, Matías Dittus, Iñaki Gurruchaga, Esteban Inostroza, Augusto Bohme, Tomás Dussaillant, Diego Escobar, Javier Eissmann, Pablo Huete, Santiago Pedrero, Augusto Sarmiento, Alfonso Escobar, Raimundo Martínez, Thomas Orchard, Clemente Saavedra, Martín Sigren, Ignacio Silva.
Backs: Lukas Carvallo, Nicolas Herreros, Marcelo Torrealba, Benjamín Videla, Rodrigo Fernández, Santiago Videla, Pablo Casas, Matías Garafulic, José Ignacio Larenas, Domingo Saavedra, Franco Velarde, Nicolás Garafulic, Iñaki Ayarza, Francisco Urroz.