All Black 33-man Squad for Rugby World cup 2023

The All Blacks squad for Rugby World Cup 2023 in France has been named by All Blacks selectors Ian Foster, Jason Ryan, and Joe Schmidt.

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Former All Blacks captain Richie McCaw unveiled the squad in Napier this afternoon in front of almost 2000 residents who were affected by cyclone Gabrielle.

Following is the 33-strong squad (with age, Super Rugby team, province, and Test caps):

Tournament : 8 September to 28 October 2023 
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Dane Coles (36, Hurricanes / Wellington, 86)
Samisoni Taukei’aho (25, Chiefs / Waikato, 24)
Codie Taylor (32, Crusaders / Canterbury, 79)

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Ethan de Groot (25, Highlanders / Southland, 16)
Tyrel Lomax (27, Hurricanes / Tasman, 26)
Nepo Laulala  (31, Blues / Counties Manukau, 49)
Fletcher Newell (23, Crusaders / Canterbury, 7)
Ofa Tu’ungafasi (31, Blues / Northland, 53)
Tamaiti Williams (22, Crusaders / Canterbury, 2)


Scott Barrett (29, Crusaders / Taranaki, 61)
Brodie Retallick (32, Chiefs / Hawke’s Bay, 103)
Tupou Vaa’i (23, Chiefs / Taranaki, 21)
Samuel Whitelock (34, Crusaders / Canterbury, 145)

Loose forwards

Sam Cane (31, Chiefs / Bay of Plenty, 89) – Captain
Shannon Frizell (29, Highlanders / Tasman, 28)
Luke Jacobson (26, Chiefs / Waikato, 14)
Dalton Papali’i (25, Blues / Counties Manukau, 25)
Ardie Savea (29, Hurricanes / Wellington, 74)



Finlay Christie (27, Blues / Tasman, 17)
Cam Roigard (22, Hurricanes / Counties Manukau, 1)
Aaron Smith (34, Highlanders / Manawatū, 118)

First five-eighths

Beauden Barrett (32, Blues / Taranaki, 115)
Damian McKenzie (28, Chiefs / Waikato, 42)
Richie Mo’unga (29, Crusaders / Canterbury, 48)


Jordie Barrett (26, Hurricanes / Taranaki, 51)
David Havili (28, Crusaders / Tasman, 25)
Rieko Ioane (26, Blues / Auckland, 62)
Anton Lienert-Brown (28, Chiefs / Waikato, 62)

Outside backs

Caleb Clarke (24, Blues / Auckland, 18)
Leicester Fainga’anuku (23, Crusaders / Tasman, 3)
Will Jordan (25, Crusaders / Tasman, 24)
Emoni Narawa (24, Chiefs / Bay of Plenty, 1)
Mark Telea (26, Blues / North Harbour, 4)

We have 18 forwards and 15 backs with the following positional breakdown: three hookers, six props, four locks, five loose forwards, three halfbacks, three first five-eighths, four midfielders, and five outside backs.

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The All Blacks will be led by Sam Cane. Lock Samuel Whitelock will be participating in his fourth tournament. Six players will be participating in their third tournament, nine will be participating in their second tournament, while seventeen will be participating in their first tournament.

Whitelock leads the All Blacks with 145 Test caps, while halfback Cam Roigard is the newest All Black with one Test cap. This is the most experienced Rugby World Cup squad in history, with 1493 combined caps.

“It’s a great privilege to both select and be selected for an All Blacks Rugby World Cup squad,” said head coach Ian Foster.

“We congratulate those 33 players selected. This group has grown in belief and is highly motivated to represent our country with pride in France, as we seek to be the first nation to win the Rugby World Cup four times.

“This year’s Rugby World Cup promises to be the most competitive yet and the pool draw means we have to ready right from the outset.  We have worked hard through the first part of our season and have made some strong progress through the Rugby Championship and the Bledisloe series. There is more growth to come and more is needed.

“This is a vastly experienced team but with over half the players going to their first RWC, it has a strong balance of youth and future planning.

“The challenge is to continue our growth through the game in London vs South Africa, into our camp in Germany before arriving in Lyon with a clear focus on performance in each of our pool games.”

Players set to appear at multiple Rugby World Cups (including 2023):

Samuel Whitelock (4)
Aaron Smith (3)
Beauden Barrett (3)
Brodie Retallick (3)
Codie Taylor (3)
Dane Coles (3)
Sam Cane (3)
Anton Lienert-Brown (2)
Ardie Savea (2)
Jordie Barrett (2)
Nepo Laulala (2)
Ofa Tu’ungaasi (2)
Richie Mo’unga (2)
Rieko Ioane (2)
Scott Barrett (2)
Shannon Frizell (2)

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