|Honours:||England (3 caps)|
|Date of birth:||29 June 1995|
|Height:||197cm (6' 6")|
|Weight:||112kg (17st 9lb)|
In 2013/14, Charlie Ewels became one of six players to start all three matches as the England U18s lifted the Justin Bridou Trophy as winners of the 2012 FIRA/AER European Championship title in Madrid.
The lock followed that up last season with the U18s side by winning the competition again, beating France at the Stade des Alpes. On the way to that final victory in Grenoble, Ewels captained the team to to an 82-8 victory over Portugal in the opening round.
Ewels, who hails from Bournemouth, was a key member of the England U20 team which won the 2014 Junior World Championship in New Zealand.
He made his Bath Rugby debut against Glasgow Warriors in the European Rugby Champions Cup in November 2014, and went on to make eight first team appearances whilst still in the Academy.
Ewels made the step from Academy to first team over the summer in 2015, as well as captaining the England U20s to the runners-up spot in the World Rugby U20 Championship Final. The following summer, he partnered Clubmate Dave Attwood in the England Saxons second row for a series victory against South Africa A.
A senior-call up was not far behind with Ewels showing his world-class pedigree in the Bath Rugby ranks. The second rower made his bow off the replacement bench during England’s 58-15 victory over Fiji.
At just 21, Ewels made his 50th appearance for Bath in the 27-21 victory over arch-rivals Leicester Tigers at Twickenham Stadium in April. It was a big summer to come for Ewels, as he travelled with England for the two-match tour of Argentina.
9 September 2019
Bath Rugby had a number of senior players involved over the weekend on international duty as England and South Africa continued their preparations for the Rugby World Cup in Japan. Read more
4 September 2019
Bath Rugby's Ruaridh McConnochie and Anthony Watson have both been selected to start in Eddie Jones' England side to face Italy, with Charlie Ewels and Joe Cokanasiga named on the bench. Read more
12 August 2019
Bath Rugby had a number of internationals in action over the weekend and here's a recap of how they got on. Francois Louw's South Africa won their first Rugby Championship title since 2009 and Jonathan Joseph, Charlie Ewels, Anthony Watson and Joe Cokanasiga all represented England as Eddie Jones' side halted Wales' 14-game unbeaten run. Read more