The Tuilagi Brothers from Samoa are the six Samoan rugby players who represented Samoa at the international level in a World Cup. Whereas the youngest of them all, Manu represented England in the World Cup.
Freddie is the Directo of Rugby for Kesteven Rugby Football Club. Sanele plays for US Carcassonne and AS Carcassonne. Manu is playing for the British and Irish Lions since 2013.
Freddie Tuilagi was born on 9th June 1971 in Apia, Samoa. He is a Samoan former professional rugby footballer of the 1990s and 2000s. He played rugby league for the National team, Samoa (1992-2002), and for English clubs like Halifax Blue Sox (1995-98) and St. Helens (1999-2000).
After that, he played for teams such as Leicester (2000-2004), Cardiff (2004-2005), and Castres (2005-2006). As of now, Freddie is the Directo of Rugby for Kesteven Rugby Football Club.
Enele "Henry" Tuilagi was born on 12th August 1976 in Fogapoa, Samoa. 6 feet 1 inch tall is a Samoan former professional rugby league and rugby union footballer who played in the 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s.
Henry began his senior career and started playing for teams like Overmach Rugy Parma F.C. (2002-1003), Leicester Tigers (2003-2007), and USA Perpignan (2007-2015). Likewise, he also played for his National team, Samoa from 2002 to 2009.
Alesana "Alex" Tuilagi was born on 24th February 1981 in Fogapoa, Samoa. The graduate of John Cleveland College is a former retired Samoan rugby footballer who had played for teams like Parma (2002-2004), Leicester Tigers (2004-12), NTT Communications Shining Arcs (2012-14), Newcastle Falcons (2014-16), RC Toulonnais (2016-17), etc.
Moreover, Alex played for his National teams Samoa (2002-13, 2015) and Pacific Islanders (2006). In fact, he was arrested on 26th August 2014 in Dublin after presenting himself at Dublin airport when a European arrest warrant was given.
Anitelea "Andy" Tuilagi was born on 5th June 1986 in Apia, Samoa is a Samoan international rugby union player. He started his professional career with Leicester Tigers from 2005 to 2006.
Then, he played for teams such as Yorkshire Carnegie (2006-2008), Sale Sharks (2008-11), Newport Gwent Dragons (2011-13), Newcastle Falcons (2014-16), and Tarbes Pyrenees rugby (2016-17).
Just like his brothers, he was also a part of the National team, Samoa from 2005 to 2014. Additionally, he has been named the 2007 Rugby World Cup squad as well as the youngest player to play for Samoa at aged 19 years.
Sanele Vavae Tuilagi was born on 15th June 1988 in Fogapoa, Samoa. He is a Samoan professional rugby player who played for clubs such as Leicester Tigers (2007-2009), RC Narbonne (2011-13), US Carcassonne (2013), etc.
Besides, he also represented team Samoa in the 2015 World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup against the United States and team Samoa U20 in the 2008 IRB Junior World Championship. Presently, he plays for US Carcassonne and is also playing rugby league for AS Carcassonne in the Elite One Championship.
Etuale Manusamoa Tuilagi was born on 18th May 1991 in Fogapoa, Savai'i, Samoa. He is a graduate of John Cleveland College who is a rugby union player for Sale Sharks. Previously, he played for Leicester Tigers for more than a decade i.e. from 2009 to 2020.
Similarly, Manu has also played for National teams like England Saxons (2011), England (2011-present), and British & Irish Lions (2013). Furthermore, he has won 43 caps between 2011 and 2020 including playing in the 2011 Rugby World Cup and starting in the 2019 rugby World Cup Final.