|Date of birth:||22 July 1996|
|Height:||186cm (6' 1")|
|Weight:||103kg (16st 3lb)|
Sam Underhill has developed into a world-class back rower at Bath Rugby.
He came on to the scene at 17 featuring a couple of times for Gloucester before switching to Ospreys where he firmly introduced himself with Wales and England vying for his international commitment.
Born in USA, Underhill did captain England at Under-18 level and moved to Bath Rugby in 2017, making his full international debut in Argentina following on from a non-cap appearance against the Barbarians.
A powerful and destructive forward, the flanker is player who has a huge influence with his leadership and is a menace over the ball.
Underhill was a key in England’s run to the 2019 Rugby World Cup final and has been a consistent performer for the Blue, Black and Whites, surpassing 50 appearances for the club in 2021.
30 November 2022
Ahead of the weekend’s match against Harlequins, Bath Rugby Head of Medical Services Rory Murray has provided a squad injury update. Read more
17 September 2022
An injury update on Sam Underhill and Beno Obano. Read more
17 July 2022
Bath Rugby trio Will Stuart, Sam Underhill and Joe Cokanasiga all played their part in England’s summer series win over Australia. Read more