Born in Condom-en-Armagnac in the South West of France, Grégory Alldritt is qualified for both France and Scotland with his father, Terence.
Alldritt didn't feature for France at youth level but represented Auch 14 times scoring two tries before he signed for La Rochelle in 2017.
Alldritt broke into the first team and made 10 appearances for the club with his ability to play across the back row.
In May 2018, he committed his future to the Club until 2021 after a breakout season with the club.
2017/18 season was a breakout season for Alldritt but the 2018/19 season is when he exploded onto the scene as he starred for La Rochelle and earned a call up to the France 2019 Six Nations squad.
He made his test debut off the bench against Wales at the Stade de France and would come off the bench against England.
He scored his first try off the bench against Scotland in his third cap and doubled up as France ran out 27-10 victors. He earned his first start on the flank against Italy a week later in Rome.
He went on to represent France at the Rugby World Cup making 4 appearances at the showpiece starting 3 times taking his test cap tally to 11, with all three of his caps going against Scotland.
By 15 January 2020, Alldritt has 42 caps for La Rochelle, 35 of which in the starting line up and has scored 13 tries.
He heads into the 2020 Six Nations with 11 test caps and three tries with 5 caps in the Six Nations.
|2017 - present|
|2019 - present|