Eben Etzebeth
Full names: Eben
Date of birth: 29 Oct 1991
Place of birth: Cape Town
School: Tygerberg
Springbok no: 832
Debut test province: Western Province
Physical: 2.03m, 117kg
Current age: 27

Test summary: Tests: 75 Tries: 3
First Test: 9 Jun 2012 Age:20 Lock against England at Kingspark, Durban
Last Test: 24 Nov 2018 Age:27 Reserve against Wales at Millenium Stadium (Cardiff Arms Park), Cardiff
Test history:
DateAgePositionOpponentResultScoreVenueProv
09 Jun 201220LockEnglandWin: 22-17 Kingspark, DurbanWP
16 Jun 201220LockEnglandWin: 36-27 Ellispark, JohannesburgWP
23 Jun 201220LockEnglandDraw: 14-14 Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port ElizabethWP
18 Aug 201220LockArgentinaWin: 27-6 Newlands, Cape TownWP
25 Aug 201220LockArgentinaDraw: 16-16 Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, MendozaWP
08 Sep 201220LockAustraliaLose: 19-26 Subiaco Oval, PerthWP
29 Sep 201220LockAustraliaWin: 31-8 Loftus Versfeld, PretoriaWP
06 Oct 201220LockNew ZealandLose: 16-32 National Stadium, JohannesburgWP
10 Nov 201221LockIrelandWin: 16-12 Aviva Stadium (Lansdowne Road), DublinWP
17 Nov 201221LockScotlandWin: 21-10 Murrayfield, EdinburghWP
24 Nov 201221LockEnglandWin: 16-15 Twickenham, LondonWP
08 Jun 201321LockItalyWin: 44-10 Kingspark, DurbanWP
15 Jun 201321LockScotlandWin: 30-17 Mbombela Stadium, NelspruitWP
22 Jun 201321LockSamoaWin: 56-23 Loftus Versfeld, PretoriaWP
17 Aug 201321LockArgentinaWin: 73-13 National Stadium, JohannesburgWP
24 Aug 201321LockArgentinaWin: 22-17 Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, MendozaWP
07 Sep 201321LockAustraliaWin: 38-12 Suncorp Stadium (Lang Park), BrisbaneWP
14 Sep 201321LockNew ZealandLose: 15-29 Eden Park, AucklandWP
28 Sep 201321LockAustraliaWin: 28-8 Newlands, Cape TownWP
05 Oct 201321LockNew ZealandLose: 27-38 Ellispark, JohannesburgWP
09 Nov 201322LockWalesWin: 24-15 Millenium Stadium (Cardiff Arms Park), CardiffWP
17 Nov 201322ReserveScotlandWin: 28-0 Murrayfield, EdinburghWP
23 Nov 201322LockFranceWin: 19-10 Stade de France, ParisWP
16 Aug 201422ReserveArgentinaWin: 13-6 Loftus Versfeld, PretoriaWP
23 Aug 201422LockArgentinaWin: 33-31 Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena, SaltaWP
06 Sep 201422LockAustraliaLose: 23-24 Subiaco Oval, PerthWP
13 Sep 201422LockNew ZealandLose: 10-14 WestPac Stadium, WellingtonWP
27 Sep 201422LockAustraliaWin: 28-10 Newlands, Cape TownWP
04 Oct 201422LockNew ZealandWin: 27-25 Ellispark, JohannesburgWP
08 Nov 201423LockIrelandLose: 15-29 Aviva Stadium (Lansdowne Road), DublinWP
15 Nov 201423LockEnglandWin: 31-28 Twickenham, LondonWP
22 Nov 201423LockItalyWin: 22-6 Stadio Euganeo, PaduaWP
29 Nov 201423LockWalesLose: 6-12 Millenium Stadium (Cardiff Arms Park), CardiffWP
18 Jul 201523LockAustraliaLose: 20-241 trySuncorp Stadium (Lang Park), BrisbaneWP
25 Jul 201523LockNew ZealandLose: 20-27 Ellispark, JohannesburgWP
08 Aug 201523LockArgentinaLose: 25-37 Kingspark, DurbanWP
15 Aug 201523LockArgentinaWin: 26-12 Velez Sarsfield Stadium, Buenos AiresWP
19 Sep 201523ReserveJapanLose: 32-34 Brighton Community Stadium, BrightonWP
26 Sep 201523LockSamoaWin: 46-6 Villa Park, BirminghamWP
03 Oct 201523LockScotlandWin: 34-16 St James Park, NewcastleWP
07 Oct 201523LockUSAWin: 64-0 Olympic Stadium, LondonWP
17 Oct 201523LockWalesWin: 23-19 Twickenham, LondonWP
24 Oct 201523LockNew ZealandLose: 18-20 Twickenham, LondonWP
30 Oct 201524LockArgentinaWin: 24-131 tryOlympic Stadium, LondonWP
11 Jun 201624LockIrelandLose: 20-26 Newlands, Cape TownWP
18 Jun 201624LockIrelandWin: 32-26 Ellispark, JohannesburgWP
25 Jun 201624LockIrelandWin: 19-13 Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port ElizabethWP
20 Aug 201624LockArgentinaWin: 30-23 Mbombela Stadium, NelspruitWP
27 Aug 201624LockArgentinaLose: 24-26 Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena, SaltaWP
10 Sep 201624LockAustraliaLose: 17-23 Suncorp Stadium (Lang Park), BrisbaneWP
17 Sep 201624LockNew ZealandLose: 13-41 AMI Stadium (Rugby League Park), ChristchurchWP
01 Oct 201624LockAustraliaWin: 18-10 Loftus Versfeld, PretoriaWP
08 Oct 201624LockNew ZealandLose: 15-57 Kingspark, DurbanWP
12 Nov 201625LockEnglandLose: 21-37 Twickenham, LondonWP
10 Jun 201725LockFranceWin: 37-14 Loftus Versfeld, PretoriaWP
17 Jun 201725LockFranceWin: 37-15 Kingspark, DurbanWP
24 Jun 201725Lock (C)FranceWin: 35-121 tryEllispark, JohannesburgWP
19 Aug 201725Lock (C)ArgentinaWin: 37-15 Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port ElizabethWP
26 Aug 201725Lock (C)ArgentinaWin: 41-23 Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena, SaltaWP
09 Sep 201725Lock (C)AustraliaDraw: 23-23 Perth Oval, PerthWP
16 Sep 201725Lock (C)New ZealandLose: 0-57 North Harbour Stadium, North Shore CityWP
30 Sep 201725Lock (C)AustraliaDraw: 27-27 Free State Stadium, BloemfonteinWP
07 Oct 201725Lock (C)New ZealandLose: 24-25 Newlands, Cape TownWP
11 Nov 201726Lock (C)IrelandLose: 3-38 Aviva Stadium (Lansdowne Road), DublinWP
18 Nov 201726Lock (C)FranceWin: 18-17 Stade de France, ParisWP
25 Nov 201726Lock (C)ItalyWin: 35-6 Stadio Euganeo, PaduaWP
02 Dec 201726Lock (C)WalesLose: 22-24 Millenium Stadium (Cardiff Arms Park), CardiffWP
18 Aug 201826LockArgentinaWin: 34-21 Kingspark, DurbanWP
25 Aug 201826LockArgentinaLose: 19-32 Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, MendozaWP
08 Sep 201826LockAustraliaLose: 18-23 Suncorp Stadium (Lang Park), BrisbaneWP
15 Sep 201826LockNew ZealandWin: 36-34 WestPac Stadium, WellingtonWP
29 Sep 201826LockAustraliaWin: 23-12 Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port ElizabethWP
06 Oct 201826LockNew ZealandLose: 30-32 Loftus Versfeld, PretoriaWP
03 Nov 201827LockEnglandLose: 11-12 Twickenham, LondonWP
24 Nov 201827ReserveWalesLose: 11-20 Millenium Stadium (Cardiff Arms Park), CardiffWP

Eben Etzebeth : scrum.com

Etzebeth continued a steady stream of talented and tenacious South African locks with a call-up to the senior squad in 2012. After making his Super Rugby debut for the Stormers against the Hurricanes in 2011, he quickly established his place at the heart of their pack the following season, producing rugged performances as the Cape Town franchise battled towards the summit of the tournament. A former Under-20 representative, he was handed a Test debut against England in June 2012 - alongside fellow new cap Juandre Kruger and following the retirements of Bakkies Botha and Victor Matfield.