Caps for Australia
Flyhalf / First Five (10) and Inside Centre / Second Five (12)
100 Test Cap Stadium
Twickenham, London, England
Matthew Giteau won 103 caps for the Wallabies during a 14 year-long international career.
Giteau represented the Wallabies at three separate world cups and was a key player during the
2015 Rugby World Cup, a campaign in which Australia reached the final before losing to the All
After a seven year absence from the national team, Giteau was reselected in 2015. This
followed Wallabies’ Head Coach Michael Cheika’s negotiations with Australian Rugby Union to
allow players with 60 caps or more to be eligible to represent the national side, regardless of
where they played club rugby; it has become informally known as Giteau’s Law.