Thomas Samuel Fenwick Seymour made his Scotland debut in a 2013 away Test against South Africa and has since gone on to make over 50 appearances on the international stage.

He is third on the all-time list of the country’s try scorers and in 2017 received a call-up to the British & Irons Lions squad to tour New Zealand.

Nashville born and an Irish youth cap on account of moving to Belfast when he was young, Seymour’s eclectic heritage qualifies him to play for Scotland through his Glasgow-born mother, Sue.

Tommy has scored 20 international tries which sees him sit fourth on the all-time list behind Ian Smith and Tony Stanger (24) and Chris Paterson (22). He has featured at two World Cups and holds the distinction of having scored a try in four consecutive tournament matches in 2015, including in the narrow quarter-final defeat to Australia.

Through the ranks...

Tommy made the short hop across the Irish sea from PRO12 side Ulster to become a summer signing at Glasgow Warriors in advance of season 2011/12 and has been at Scotstoun ever since, making over 130 appearances for the club and being a mainstay of their 2014/15 title-winning squad.



Date of birth: 01/07/88

Height: 1.83m

Scotland Debut: June 2013

Place of birth: Nashville, Tennessee

Weight: 93kg

Career

Ulster Rugby
Belfast
2010-2011

Glasgow Warriors
Glasgow
2011 to present

Stats

55

Caps

55

Starts

0

Replacements

100

Points

20

Tries

0

Conversions

0

Penalty Goals

0

Drop Goals

Appearances

2019

Italy, Ireland, France, Wales, France(3), Georgia(2), Ireland(2), Russia, Japan

2019

2018

Wales, France, England , Italy, Wales, Fiji, South Africa

2018

2017

Ireland, France, Wales, England, Italy, Samoa, New Zealand, Australia

2017

2016

England, Wales , Italy, France, Ireland, Japan, Japan, Argentina, Georgia

2016

2015

France, Italy, England, Ireland, France, Japan, South Africa, Samoa, USA

2015

2013

South Africa, Italy, Japan, South Africa, USA

2013

2014

England, Italy, France, Argentina, New Zealand, Tonga

2014

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