Joe Marler

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Played for England from 2012 to 2018; amassing 59 caps. 2017 British and Irish Lion.


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Loosehead-prop


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Date of birth 7th July 1990


Place of birth Eastbourne


Height 1.83M (6”)


Weight 120KG (18.9st)


International appearances 59

Player biography


Having begun his rugby career at Eastbourne RFC, Joe Marler joined the Harlequins Academy in 2009 and has since made more than 150 appearances for the Club, scoring 9 tries. 

Initially known for his colourful and creative hairstyles, the prop soon he let his scrummaging and powerful physical presence on the field do the talking, establishing himself as a regular in the Senior Squad. 

Marler started in both the successful 2011 Amlin Challenge Cup final and 2012 Aviva Premiership final. Ahead of the 2014/15 season, Marler was also named as Club captain. 

On the international stage, Marler captained England at U18 level and went on to represented England U20s and the Saxons. At 23 he was selected for the Senior England side for the series against Argentina and soon became a regular selection, playing 14 consecutive matches for England prior to him taking time off for the birth of his first son. Marler won his 50th cap for his country against Scotland in the successful 2017 RBS Six Nations campaign. 


In 2017, Marler - along with fellow Quin Kyle Sinckler - was named in the British and Irish Lions' squad to tour New Zealand.

In September 2018, Marler announced his retirement from International Rugby. In a six year international career, he won 59 caps for England and toured with the British and Irish Lions in 2017. 

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