Position: Fly Half
Honours: England (14 caps)
Date of birth: 16 March 1993
Birthplace: Oldham, England
Height: 178cm (5' 10")
Weight: 84kg (13st 3lb)
Games13
Minutes played814
Tries0
Conversions10
Drop goals0
Penalties21
Points83
Try assists0
Tackles66
Carries56
Metres gained198
Turnovers won3
Turnovers conceded14
Lineouts Won0
Yellow cards0
Red cards0

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George Ford joined Bath Rugby in the summer of 2013/14.

In 2011, Ford became the first Englishman –and the youngest nominee– to claim the IRB Young Player of the Year award.

This honour followed two equally laudable feats: at just 18 years of age, Ford was the youngest player to participate at the 2011 Junior World Championship in Italy; in 2009, at 16 years and 237 days old, he became the youngest player to make his professional debut in the English Premiership. 

Ford joined Bath Rugby from Leicester Tigers, for whom he made 40 appearances, amassing 253 points and winning both the LV=Cup and the Aviva Premiership. He continued to impress once he'd joined the West Country side, winning multiple Man of the Match awards on the 2013/14 season, as well as the Gilbert Golden Boot and the LV= Young Player of the Year in the summer of 2014.

One of England's hottest prospects at fly-half, he made the first of his international appearances during the 2014 Six Nations Championship. 

Ford to captain Bath Rugby at Sale

15 April 2016

George Ford will captain Bath Rugby in this Sunday's Aviva Premiership meeting with Sale Sharks at the AJ Bell Stadium, kick-off 14.30. Read more 

Bath Rugby's Grand Slam heroes

21 March 2016

The Bath Rugby trio of George Ford, Jonathan Joseph and Anthony Watson once again played a starring role for England over the weekend - this time helping their country to its first Grand Slam since 2003. Read more 

Ford, Joseph and Watson back for Grand Slam decider

17 March 2016

Bath Rugby's George Ford, Jonathan Joseph and Anthony Watson all start for England in the final RBS 6 Nations match against France in Paris (kick-off 8pm, live on BBC) as England try to secure their first grand slam since 2003. Read more 

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