Andy Christie rugby player
Andy Christie rugby player

Andy Christie

27th Mar 1999 1.89m/103kg Scrum Half

The Scotland age-grade youngster had spent the summer of 2018 in Wellington, New Zealand learning from the likes of All Black legend Rodney So’oialo before returning to north London.

He earned a first senior appearance for the Men in Black in the Premiership Rugby Cup against Sale Sharks and featured heavily in Storm’s successful Shield season.

Christie was selected by England Under-20s against the Junior Springboks in April 2019 before coming off the bench for Saracens at Worcester Warriors a month later.

Christie made his senior debut in the 2018/19 Premiership Rugby Cup having spent the summer of 2018 in Wellington, New Zealand, learning from All Black legend Rodney So’aialo.

In total, Christie has featured 10 times for Saracens, including once in the Heineken Champions Cup before signing on until 2022 with Saracens in July 2020.

Christie had a great breakthrough in the 2021/22 season, and made several Premiership starts. He started with Saracens in the number six and eight jerseys, scoring his first try in the Challenge Cup in December 2021.

Christie's first Scotland call up was ahead of the 2022 Guinness Six Nations with his debut being against France at BT Murrayfield. He earned further caps on the Summer Tour to Argentina.

Christie has been selected to play in the Rugby World Cup 2023 for Scotland.

ML June 2023


saracens Saracens
Blindside Flanker
2018 - present
england England U20's
Scrum Half
2019 - 2020
scotland Scotland
Blindside Flanker
2022 - 2024