Born in Sydney, Allan is son to former Samoan intentional Vili Alaalatoa. He played 1st team rugby at Newington College for three years and represented Australia on several occasions as a Schoolboy and Junior Wallaby including 3 consecutive IRB Junior World Championships in 2012, 2013 and 2014.
Alaalatoa made his debut for the Brumbies in 2014 against Chiefs in the Super Rugby play-offs. In 2015, Brumbies teammates celebrated wildly when he crossed for his very first Super Rugby try against the Force.
Allan and his brother Mike are poised to become the first siblings to play each other for Super Rugby teams from different sides of the Tasman.
Alaalatoa has been earmarked as a key part of the Wallabies future following a string of impressive performances for the Wallabies at Tighthead Prop. He signed long-term contract extensions that will keep them in the Nation’s Capital until at least 2019.
The powerful front rower took his Super Rugby cap tally to 59 during the 2018 season and was named in the Wallabies squad for the 2018 June Tests against Ireland but missed the Series through injury.
A test regular Alaalatoa entered the 2019 Rugby World Cup with 34 Test caps.
In January 2020, he was named Brumbies captain following 7 caps fo the side.
|2014 - present|
|2016 - present|
|2012 - 2014|
|2014 - 2019|