|Honours:||England U20s, England|
|Date of birth:||29 June 1995|
|Height:||197cm (6' 6")|
|Weight:||112kg (17st 9lb)|
One of many homegrown players over the past decade, Charlie Ewels was awarded the Bath Rugby captaincy ahead of the 2019/20 season.
A clear leader from the second row, he has become a consistent selection in Eddie Jones' England squad since the 2020 Six Nations and continues to lead by example both on and off the field.
An exceptional line-out and defensive operator, Ewels debuted for the Blue, Black and Whites against Glasgow Warriors in the 2014/15 Champions Cup aged 19 and has gone on to make over 100 appearances for the club, becoming a centurion in a win over London Irish in 2020.
The former England Under-20s man has been and continues to be an exceptional role model for young players throughout the pathway as well as those graduating into the Senior Squad.
30 September 2022
In a brand new feature for the 2022/23 season, Compeed Recovery Journeys will focus on an individual player in the squad each month, looking at their return to fitness with the Bath Rugby medical team. Read more
29 July 2022
At the end of week three of pre-season, Bath Rugby Head of Medical Service Rory Murray has provided a squad injury update. Read more