Brice Dulin rugby player
Brice Dulin rugby player

Brice Dulin

13th Apr 1990 1.76m/82kg Fullback

Dulin is well known for his versatility in the backline, as well as his searing pace and eye for a gap. He was a member of the Castres team that won the Top 14 in 2013 having begun his career at Agen, making his professional debut in 2009.

The gifted fullback remained at Agen until the end of the 2011/12 season before moving to Castres having played over 60 times for the club.

His move to Castres came off the back of a test call up for Les Bleus and made his test debut during their tour of Argentina in 2012.

The former France U20 enjoyed rich form as he helped Castres win the 2012/13 TOP14 Final.

A move to Paris followed in 2014 as he joined Racing 92. He continued fine form saw him retain his place in the France test squad as he was named in the squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England.

Dulin earned his 29th test cap for France during their 2017 tour to South Africa. In June 2020, he signed a deal to join La Rochelle ahead of the 2020/21 season.

His switch to La Rochelle saw him earn a spot back in the France squad in November 2020. He returns looking to add to his 29 test caps.

Dulin has scored six tries and a penalty in his test career, thus far. He has experienced more defeats (18) than victories in his 31 appearances for Les Bleus, yet he intends to bring his experience to the youthful France team that is on the rise.

Ahead of the 2023 Rugby World Cup, Dulin has been named for the France squad.

ML June 2023


14101664_317311031944439_537814588_n La Rochelle
2020 - present
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2009 - 2012
CastresOlympique Castres Olympique
2012 - 2014
Untitled design (1) Stade Francais
2014 - 2015
logo_racing2 Racing 92
2014 - 2020
Barbarians_Logo Barbarians
2022 - 2023
France France
2012 - 2023