Divan Rossouw

DIVAN ROSSOUW’s rugby career has spanned continents, beginning in his hometown of Windhoek, Namibia, where his potential was evident from his early days with the Namibia U13 national side in 2009. His skills flourished through the age grades, leading to his move to South Africa in 2015 to join the Blue Bulls Academy. Rossouw quickly progressed, making significant contributions at the U19 and U21 levels before shining in the Currie Cup competition and joining the Bulls Super Rugby team. Accumulating 39 Currie Cup matches, 40 Super Rugby caps, and scoring four tries, Rossouw became a key player for the Bulls. In 2020, he transitioned to the Lions in Johannesburg, further enhancing his rugby résumé. Divan returned to Namibia in 2022, ahead of the World Cup, to rejoin his national team. He played in seven international test matches prior to playing in three of Namibia’s 2023 World Cup matches in France.

Position Fullback
Height 6’ 0
Weight 196
Hometown Windhoek, Namibia