- DOB27 Sep 1990
Gibson has marked himself out as one of the Premiership’s best players to watch in recent seasons.
Born in London, Jamie attended Marlborough College in Wiltshire before studying Classics at University College Oxford – where injuries twice prevented him from playing in the annual Varsity match.
Gibson's professional rugby career began at London Irish in 2009 during which time he received his first call-up to the senior England squad for their summer tour to South Africa in 2012; Jamie played in both matches against the SA Barbarians.
Gibson spent five seasons playing at the Berkshire club before moving to Leicester Tigers in 2013, where he became a regular in the side almost immediately.
And he made an immediate impression when he moved across the East Midlands to Saints in 2015; that season he played a staggering 1,435 minutes of Premiership Rugby, third only to Luther Burrell and Ben Foden.
The 2017/18 season saw him voted Saints Supporters Club Player of the Season and named in the BT Sport Dream Team at the Premiership Rugby awards for his fine efforts during the campaign, having made more turnovers than any other player during the season.
Prior to his call up to the full England squad in 2012, Gibson had won the Grand Slam with England Under-18s in 2008 before representing England at Under-20s level at the 2010 Junior World Championship.
In 2011, Gibson was a member of the England Saxons squad that won the Churchill Cup and he was also named in the squad again in January 2012.
He played for England in the 2014 non-capped match against the Barbarians at Twickenham.