|Position:||Full Back, Wing|
|Honours:||England U20s, England, British and Irish Lions|
|Date of birth:||26 February 1994|
|Height:||185cm (6' 1")|
|Weight:||93kg (14st 9lb)|
Plying his trade at both full-back and wing, Anthony Watson is a well-respected member of the Blue, Black and White squad. The England International has made 105 appearances since signing from London Irish in 2013 and has portrayed his secure defence and elusive attacking style for his country, as well as representing the British and Irish Lions in both 2017 and 2021.
Having represented England through the age-groups, he made his full international debut in November 2014 against New Zealand and is now considered as an England regular. Utilised by the Red Rose on the wing, by the summer of 2016, Watson's red-hot form had seen him score 12 tries in 24 international matches.
Watson signed a new contract with the Club in November of the 2018 /19 season alongside making his 100th appearance for the Club against Leicester in the final fixture of that season.
19 October 2021
Bath Rugby can confirm that Anthony Watson suffered an ACL rupture during Sunday’s fixture against Saracens. Read more
2 August 2021
The British & Irish Lions will have to wait one more week for an opportunity to finish the series after the Springboks overturned a first-half deficit to beat the tourists 27-9. Read more
27 July 2021
Gatland has made three changes to his starting lineup with scrum-half Conor Murray, centre Chris Harris and prop Mako Vunipola coming into the side. Bath Rugby’s Anthony Watson has once again secured the no.14 jersey, with Taulupe Faletau set to make his 18th appearance as a Lion, being brought into the matchday squad as a replacement. Read more