Rugby Union Player | Leicester Tigers
East Dereham, UK
Freddie Steward started playing rugby at the age of six for local rugby club Swaffham RFC then for Holt RFC. Having moved positions many times throughout his rugby career, Freddie now plays as a full back for Leicester Tigers and is set to be an integral member of the England team through to the World Cup – and beyond.
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Get to Know Freddie:
- Named one of the potential breakout players in the 2019-20 Premiership Rugby
- Selected for the England Under 20 squad for the 2020 Six Nations Championship
- Scored his first try for Leicester in the 2019-20 European Rugby Challenge Cup against Calvisano
- Scored his first try in the first half of England's win over Australia in the Autumn Nations Series at Twickenham
➁ Favourite Sports
It would have to be between football and golf. I’m a big Norwich City fan, but then also I play a lot of golf in the summer.
➂ Greatest Piece of Advice
The best bit of advice I’ve had is to not fear failure. Being ok with making mistakes is one of the biggest things, because it’s easy to play with fear and mess up. By failing, you learn lessons and you can then use that to get better.