Freddie Tuilagi


Freddie Tuilagi is a retired rugby player and sports speaker known for his place in several high profile British rugby union teams. The eldest of seven brothers Freddie Tuilagi was born in Samoa and made his first appearance in a British team in 1995 when he was signed by rugby league team Halifax Town; he scored an impressive 26 tries in 57 appearances for the club.

Continuing to work as a rugby speaker and player in rugby league Freddie Tuilagi went on to play for St. Helens RLFC, helping them win both the 2000 and the 1999 Super League Grand Finals. Following his successful career in rugby league, Freddie moved into rugby union and signed for the Leicester Tigers. All but one of his seven younger brothers also went on to sign for the Leicester Tigers in the years’ that followed.

As well as working as a sports speaker in the UK Freddie Tuilagi also played for his Samoan national team and frequently works as a rugby speaker in his home nation and has represented the club consistently since 1991, including appearing in their 1995 Rugby World Cup team.

Tuilagi became a full time coach and rugby speaker upon his retirement in 2006; he has established his own sports management agency, Global Bro Sports and represents a number of Samoan players under this guise. Outside his work as a rugby speaker Freddie Tuilagi also spent a season playing American football for the Leicester Falcons.

To book Freddie Tuilagi as the rugby speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.

When at corporate events, Freddie is known to cover the following topics:

  • Sporting Success
  • Rugby League
  • Drive & Determination
  • The Rugby Union
  • Peak Performance
  • Dealing With Pressure