|Position:||Full Back, Wing|
|Date of birth:||1 April 1990|
|Height:||178cm (5' 10")|
|Weight:||91kg (14st 5lb)|
Tom Homer joined Bath Rugby in February 2015 from London Irish.
A prolific points scorer from the tee, he was awarded the Aviva Premiership Golden Boot in 2011/12.
Homer was a member of England's unbeaten U18 side in 2008, and went on to feature in the U20s World Cup Semi-Final. It was during that tournament in Japan that Homer became the highest individual points scorer in U20s World Cup history.
The full-back has been equally prolific with the boot in Bath colours when called upon. In the absence of George Ford during the 2016 Autumn Internationals, Homer recorded 11 out of 12 successful kicks in three games.
3 December 2016
Bath Rugby clung on for a 14-11 Aviva Premiership win over Saracens in front of a record crowd at the Recreation Ground this afternoon. Read more
7 November 2015
Six tries for Bath Rugby at the Madejski Stadium saw them power to a 14-45 bonus point win over London Irish this afternoon. Read more