Danny Care

Danny Care has been at the forefront of professional rugby since his first England call-up in 2008.  He has subsequently gone on to represent his country on 84 occasions and has played over 300 games for Harlequins.

Danny captained Quins for 2 years in 2016/17 and remains their first-choice scrum-half. He is also the highest-scoring scrum-half in Premiership Rugby history. He is considered one of the game’s most charismatic and likable players and his weekly podcast and radio show for BBC 5 Live with Ugo Monye and Chris Jones is the UK’s most listened-to Rugby show.

Hailing from Leeds, Danny was a successful youth footballer and was part of Sheffield Wednesday’s academy as well as being a promising rugby player – eventually, he opted for a career in rugby after being told that he may be “too small for football”. 

Danny’s incisive and tactical understanding of the modern game makes him a standout and respected studio analyst having worked for ITV Sport, BT Sport as well as the BBC & Sky.

His engaging manner and personality make him one of the best rugby analysts who is still playing the game at an elite level.  Danny has worked for numerous blue-chip brands as an ambassador and after-dinner guest. He is based in the South East and is married with two children.