Giorgi Kveseladze is a Georgian rugby union player who currently plays for Gloucester in the English Premiership. He primarily plays as a centre.
Kveseladze's rugby journey began with Armazi Marneuli in the Georgian Didi 10 competition. He showcased his skills and talent, which earned him a spot in the Georgia national U20 team in 2016 and 2017.
He made his test debut for the senior national team in 2017 and went on to represent Georgia in the Rugby World Cup in 2019. Despite not being expected to be a regular starter for the national team at the beginning, Kveseladze's outstanding performances in 2020 changed perceptions.
In 2020, Kveseladze had a breakthrough year, making a significant impact during the Autumn Nations Cup. He displayed his powerful ball-carrying abilities and demonstrated excellent all-around skills. One of his standout moments was a remarkable solo try against Ireland, which showcased his individual brilliance.
His exceptional performances on the international stage caught the attention of European clubs, leading him to sign with Gloucester in December 2020. This made him just the second Georgian back to join a Premiership club, highlighting his rising profile and potential.
With his talent, physicality, and impressive performances, Kveseladze has the opportunity to make a significant impact both for Gloucester and the Georgian national team. As he continues to develop his skills and gain more experience, he has the potential to become a key player in Georgian and Premiership rugby.
Ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2023, Kveseladze has been named in the squad for Georgia.
|2017 - present
|The Black Lion
|2023 - present
|2016 - 2017
|2020 - 2023