Position: Wing
Honours: England Sevens
Date of birth: 30 October 1995
Birthplace: Middlesbrough, England
Height: 187cm (6' 2")
Weight: 94kg (14st 11lb)
Minutes played1377
Drop goals0
Try assists0
Metres gained1305
Turnovers won0
Turnovers conceded0
Lineouts Won1
Yellow cards2
Red cards0

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When Will Muir set out to study Mechanical Engineering at Northumbria University, he had a vision of working overseas in Dubai or Singapore.

He achieved that dream, albeit not in the field he saw himself heading towards. His Sevens rugby talents saw him travel the globe and experience different cities from a sporting aspect as opposed to a designer of power-producing machines.

Muir had limited Sevens experience when he began his University degree and was introduced to the code during his second year.

Playing in small tournaments across England, he was part of a successful side which won the National University BUCS tournament and thereafter, they were invited to competitions where RFU bosses could scan for potential rare finds – of which Muir turned out to be one of. 

A week after graduating, Muir’s rugby dreams were realised as he was straight on a plane to San Francisco, USA for the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament at Major League Baseball franchise San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park. 

Nicknamed the Horse for his gait, he was named 2019 England Sevens Men’s Player of the Year – the first male player to win the award in their first season of England Sevens - and scored two tries in his country’s opening 2019/20 World Sevens Series event as they secured bronze in one of his previously preferred living destinations, Dubai.

The proud Yorkshireman has since transferred his try-scoring skills to the XVs game with Bath Rugby. Joining ahead of the 2020/21 Gallagher Premiership campaign, the wing scored seven tries in his first 12 Premiership appearances before carrying that form into 2021/22.

Muir voted Supporters' and Players' Player of the Season

9 May 2022

Will Muir was voted Bath Rugby Supporters’ Player of the Season at the Bath Rugby Annual Awards. Read more 

Vote Now for your 2021/22 Supporters' Player of the Season

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 

Reaction: Muir delighted with win over Harlequins

29 January 2022

Will Muir was left 'chuffed to bits' after Bath Rugby's 21-17 win over Harlequins on Friday. Read more 

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