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Nationality: English

Date of birth: 24th September 1991

Height: 1.88m

Weight: 96kg

Team: Saracens

 

Owen Farrell was introduced to Rugby Union at the age of 14, when father Andy, switched codes and moved to Harpenden to play for Premiership club Saracens. Owen made his debut at the age of 17 – and held the title of the youngest player to play a professional game in UK – until George Ford surpassed him in 2008. Farrell has 134 appearances for Saracens and has amassed 1,366 points for the Hendon-based club. Last year, he helped Sarries complete a double, winning the European Champions Cup before hoisting the Aviva Premiership title a week later.

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