Morgan Parra’s long career in 5 figures

Morgan Parra will join the staff of Stade Français Paris. JB Autissier

The scrum-half played his last match at 34 on Saturday with Stade Français.


Morgan Parra has made ten finals in 17 professional seasons. For (only) three trophies: the Top 14 (2010 and 2017) and the Challenge Cup (2019) in the jersey of Clermont. With ASM, he lost two Top 14 finals (2015 and 2019) and three Champions Cup finals (2013, 2015 and 2017). The native Messin also lost a Challenge Cup final with Bourgoin (2009). Finally, with the XV of France, he lost in the final of the 2011 World Cup against New Zealand.


Morgan Parra holds a solid Top 14 record. In 2021, from February to October, the striker scored 48 kicks in a row against the posts! A series interrupted by a failure against the Pau Section, a meeting during which he had still signed a nice 7/8.


Morgan Parra honored his first selection with the XV of France on February 3, 2008 (France-Scotland, in the Six Nations Tournament). He has a total of 71 (the last during the 2019 Tournament). The scrum-half played in two World Cups (2011 and 2015) and won the Grand Slam at the 2010 Six Nations Tournament (which he finished as best director). In the blue jersey, the striker scored 370 points (including 3 tries), which makes him the 4e director of the history of the XV of France.


Morgan Parra played his first professional Top 14 match with Bourgoin on November 18, 2006, three days after turning 18.e anniversary (against SU Agen). During his 17 seasons, he played for three clubs – Bourgoin, Clermont and Stade Français Paris – for 448 matches played, broken down as follows: 297 with ASM, 62 with CSBJ, 17 with SFP.


Morgan Parra scored 2,677 club points. 2,308 with Clermont but only… 5 with Stade Français (108 with Bourgoin). Most were scored on foot, but the scrum half nevertheless scored 30 tries (including 3 with the XV of France) during his long career.



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