Antoine Dupont is one of the finest scrum halves to ever play the game. A legend of French rugby, he’s spent his entire career in the country and he currently represents both the national side and Toulouse.
Born 15 November 1996, Antoine Dupont began playing rugby at the age of four in the village of Castelnau-Magnoac. In 2011, he then signed for Auch as a junior. However, after three years with the side, Antoine Dupont left the club when they were relegated from the Pro D2. As a result, he signed for Castres in the Top 14.
Between 2014 and 2017, Antoine Dupont had several successful seasons with Castres. During this time, he made more than 60 appearances and scored 44 points as the side regularly pushed for honours.
In 2017, Antoine Dupont left Castres and signed for French powerhouse Toulouse. Since then, he’s made more than 50 appearances for the side and he’s helped them capture both the Top 14 championship and the Heineken Champions Cup.
In addition to his stellar performances at the domestic level, Antoine Dupont has also become a staple of the French national side. Since his debut for the team in 2017, he’s been capped by his country more than 30 times and has represented them at both the Six Nations Championship and the Rugby World Cup.
With his best years still ahead of him, we can’t wait to see what else Antoine Dupont can achieve for Toulouse and France.