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With the 2020 Super Rugby season kicking off soon, you can find full squads for every Super Rugby team as they’re announced, right here.
The 2020 Super Rugby season kicks off on January 31, and will see 15 teams across three conferences playing 16 games each.
To help you stay on top of all the teams, here is every squad in the Super Rugby competition.
The Brumbies have made something of a recruiting splash, adding former Melbourne Storm player Solomone Kata, Will Miller from the Waratahs and Sydney University’s skipper Guy Porter.
ACT Brumbies squad
Tom Banks, Issak Fines, Mack Hansen, Len Ikitau, Solomone Kata, Bayley Kuenzle, Tevita Kuridrani, Noah Lolesio, Ryan Lonergan, Andy Muirhead, Reesjan Pasitoa, Guy Porter, Joe Powell, Toni Pulu, Irae Simone, Tom Wright
Allan Alaalatoa, Jahrome Brown, Tom Cusack, Murray Douglas, Blake Enever, Folau Fainga’a, Nick Frost, Leslie Leulua’iali’i-Makin, Harrison Lloyd, Lachlan Lonergan, Lachlan McCaffrey, Connal McInerney, Will Miller, Cadeyrn Neville, Tom Ross, Pete Samu, Scott Sio, James Slipper, Darcy Swain, Rob Valetini, Shambeckler Vui
After flirting with a finals appearance for several seasons, 2020 has to be the year the club finally grabs one. They have boasted publically about their ability to retain 26 players from last season – including Marika Koroibete and Isi Naisarani – despite the usual list upheaval post-World Cup.
Melbourne Rebels squad
Andrew Deegan, Tom English, Dane Haylett-Petty, Reece Hodge, Andrew Kellaway, Marika Koroibete, Frank Lomani, Ryan Louwrens, Jack Maddocks, Campbell Magnay, Bill Meakes, Harry Potter, Matt Toomua, Semisi Tupou, James Tuttle
Jermaine Ainsley, Angus Cottrell, Cabous Eloff, Mees Erasmus, Pone Fa’amausili, Matt Gibbon, Esei Ha’angana, Richard Hardwick, Ross Haylett-Petty, Trevor Hosea, Luke Jones, Josh Kemeny, Boyd Killingworth, Gideon Koegelenberg, Rob Leota, Declan Moore, Isi Naisarani, Cameron Orr, Matt Philip, Anaru Rangi, Fereti Sa’aga, Ruan Smith, Jordan Uelese, Michael Wells, Brad Wilkin
James O’Connor and Henry Speight headline the new signings for Queensland as they look to get back up the Australian conference standings.
Queensland Reds squad
Jock Campbell, Filipo Daugunu, Chris Feauai-Sautia, Carter Gordon, Jack Hardy, Bryce Hegarty, Isaac Lucas, Scott Malolua, Tate McDermott, James O’Connor, Jordan Petaia, Henry Speight, Moses Sorovi, Hamish Stewart
Angus Blyth, Sean Farrell, Feao Fotuaika, Harry Hockings, Harry Hoopert, Tom Kibble, Alex Mafi, Fraser McReight, Josh Nasser, Brandon Paenga-Amosa, Izack Rodda, Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, Angus Scott-Young, JP Smith, Taniela Tupou, Seru Uru, Harry Wilson, Michael Wood, Liam Wright
The Waratahs are yet to confirm their squad for 2020.
Japan’s Sunwolves are playing in their final Super Rugby season.
New Zealand Conference
The Blues are the perennial bottom side in the New Zealand conference, but are hoping the acquisition of Beauden Barrett will help them make a long-awaited return to the finals.
Finlay Christie, Sam Nock, Jonathan Ruru, Beauden Barrett, Otere Black, Jack Heighton, Stephen Perofeta, Harry Plummer, TJ Faiane, Rieko Ioane, Joe Marchant, Tanielu Tele’a, Caleb Clarke, Matt Duffie, Jordan Hyland, Emoni Narawa, Jared Page, Mark Telea.
Kurt Eklund, Ray Niuia, James Parsons, Alex Hodgman, Ezekiel Lindenmuth, Sione Mafileo, Marcel Renata, Karl Tu’inukuafe, Ofa Tuungafasi, Gerard Cowley-Tuioti, Josh Goodhue, Jacob Pierce, Patrick Tuipulotu, Baden Wardlaw, Blake Gibson, Akira Ioane, Tony Lamborn, Dalton Papalii, Waimana Riedlinger-Kapa, Tom Robinson, Hoskins Sotutu, James Tucker.
The loss of Brodie Retallick will hit the Chiefs hard this season. They’ll be hoping a new-look backline will be enough to keep pace in the highly-competitive New Zealand conference.
Lisati Milo-Harris, Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi, Brad Weber, Aaron Cruden, Tiaan Falcon, Damian McKenzie, Kaleb Trask, Orbyn Leger, Anton Lienert-Brown, Tumua Manu, Alex Nankivell, Bailyn Sullivan, Solomon Alaimalo, Sam McNicol, Kini Naholo, Etene Nanai-Seturo, Shaun Stevenson, Quinn Tupaea, Sean Wainui.
Nathan Harris, Bradley Slater, Samisoni Taukei’aho, Ryan Coxon, Nepo Laulala, Atu Moli, Reuben O’Neill, Aidan Ross, Angus Ta’avao, Naitoa Ah Kuoi, Tyler Ardron, Michael Allardice, Laghlan McWhannell, Lachlan Boshier, Mitchell Brown, Sam Cane, Pita Gus Sowakula, Luke Jacobson, Mitchell Karpik, Dylan Nel.
Despite being reigning triple-premiers, the Crusaders have been hardest hit by the All Blacks’ post-World Cup exodus. Gone are the likes of Kieran Read, Sam Whitelock and Ryan Crotty, making this season’s Canterbury squad the most vulnerable in a very long time.
Mitchell Drummond, Ereatara Enari, Bryn Hall, Fergus Burke, Brett Cameron, Richie Mo’unga, Braydon Ennor, Jack Goodhue, Dallas McLeod, George Bridge, Leicester Faingaanuku, David Havili, Inga Finau, Will Jordan, Manasa Mataele, Fetuli Paea, Sevu Reece.
Andrew Makalio, Brodie McAlister, Codie Taylor, Michael Alaalatoa, Harry Allan, George Bower, Oliver Jager, Joe Moody, Isileli Tuungafasi, Scott Barrett, Mitchell Dunshea, Luke Romano, Quinten Strange, Ethan Blackadder, Tom Christie, Whetukamokamo Douglas, Cullen Grace, Billy Harmon, Sione Havili, Ethan Roots, Tom Sanders.
The Highlanders will be hoping to arrest their steady decline over the previous few seasons, although they won’t be helped by the departures of Ben Smith and Waisake Naholo.
Folau Fakatava, Kayne Hammington, Aaron Smith, Bryn Gatland, Mitchell Hunt, Joshua Ioane, Michael Collins, Ngane Punivai, Rob Thompson, Patelesio Tomkinson, Teihorangi Walden, Connor Garden-Bachop, Scott Gregory, Karisi Kuridrani, Josh McKay, Tevita Nabura, Jona Nareki, Thomas Umaga-Jensen.
Liam Coltman, Ash Dixon, Ricky Jackson, Ethan De Groot, Josh Iosefa-Scott, Ayden Johnstone, Daniel Lienert-Brown, Jeff Thwaites, Siate Tokolahi, Josh Dickson, Pari Pari Parkinson, Manaaki Selby-Rickit, Jack Whetton, Teariki Ben-Nicholas, Shannon Frizell, Dillon Hunt, Zane Kapeli, James Lentjes, Marino Mikaele-tu’u, Sione Misiloi, Jesse Parete.
The Hurricanes begin life with Beauden Barrett in 2020.
Jamie Booth, TJ Perenara, Jonathan Taumateine, Jackson Garden-Bachop, James Marshall, Fletcher Smith, Vince Aso, Jordie Barrett, Ngani Laumape, Jonah Lowe, Billy Proctor, Danny Toala, Peter Umaga-Jensen, Kobus Van Wyk, Wes Goosen, Ben Lam, Salesi Rayasi, Chase Tiatia.
Asafo Aumua, Dane Coles, Ricky Riccitelli, Fraser Armstrong, Alex Fidow, Tyrel Lomax, Ben May, Xavier Numia, Pouri Rakete-Stones, James Blackwell, Devan Flanders, Kane Leaupepe, Liam Mitchell, Scott Scrafton, Isaia Walker-Leawere, Gareth Evans, Vaea Fifita, Du’Plessis Kirifi, Reed Prinsep, Ardie Savea, Murphy Taramai.
South Africa Conference
The Jaguares are the only team in the South African conference to have confirmed their 2020 squad.
The Jaguares broke out in a big way last season, reaching the final – only to lose to the Crusaders. With the Kiwi teams seemingly rebuilding, they’ll fancy their chances of giving the title a serious crack in 2020.
Tomas Albornoz, Gonzalo Bertranou, Emiliano Boffelli, Sebastian Cancelliere, Mateo Carreras, Santiago Carreras, Juan Pablo Castro, Santiago Chocobares, Tomas Cubelli, Jeronimo de la Fuente, Bautista Delguy, Joaquin Diaz Bonilla, Felipe Ezcurra, Juan Cruz Mallia, Lucas Mensa, Domingo Miotti, Matias Moroni, Matias Orlando, Joaquin Tuculet
Matias Alemanno, Rodrigo Bruni, Ignacio Calas, Agustin Creevy, Javier Diaz, Francisco Gorrissen, Santiago Grondona, Marcos Kremer, Tomas Lezana, Santiago Medrano, Santiago Montagner, Julian Montoya, Javier Ortega Desio, Lucas Paulos, Juan Bautista Pedemonte, Guido Petti, Joel Sclavi, Santiago Socino, Lucio Sordoni, Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, Mayco Vivas, Juan Pablo Zeiss