|Date of birth:||10 December 1999|
|Height:||188cm (6' 2")|
|Weight:||84kg (13st 3lb)|
Following in the footsteps of father, Phil, Tom de Glanville has shown his superb skill with ball in hand since graduating from the Senior Academy.
Like Orlando Bailey, Max Ojomoh, Josh Bayliss, Miles Reid et al. he is another prime example of how successful the Bath Rugby pathway has been over recent years.
Born and bred in Bath, having been raised in the city and having attended Beechen Cliff School from the age of 11 to 18, de Glanville signed his first senior contract ahead of the 2019/20 season.
The full-back debuted in the Premiership Rugby Cup against Exeter Chiefs in 2019 and made his maiden Premiership and European outings in the same season.
Since then, he has established himself as an important and talented player within the Senior Squad, starring in the backfield with a great aerial ability and an eye for a gap.
15 April 2022
The award will be presented at the annual Bath Rugby Awards dinner, sponsored by Pol Roger, which will be held on the 30 April. Who will follow in the footsteps of recent winners, such as Matt Banahan, Tom Dunn and Ruaridh McConnochie? Read more
11 February 2022
In episode 22 of Bath Rugby Unseen, we follow a number of our returning players from injury as they begin to return to fitness and selection contention. Read more
17 September 2021
With pre-season done, attention turns to what all the hard work has been building towards – the opening day of the Gallagher Premiership campaign. Read more