Chris Robshaw began playing rugby at Warlingham RFC and was educated at Cumnor House School in Surrey, before moving to Millfield School. After developing through the Harlequins Academy, Robshaw made his first club appearance in 2005 and has made more than 250 appearances in the Harlequins jersey.
In 2010, the flanker was named captain of Harlequins and two years later was named captain of his country for the 2012 Six Nations in just his second Test (one which came two and a half years after his International debut). The flanker captained England to their historic victory over the All Blacks in December 2012 as well as the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England.
Robshaw is also considered to be one of Harlequins greatest players ever. As Quins captain he led the side to both the Amlin Challenge Cup title in 2011 as well as the Premiership title in 2012.
Along the way Robshaw has received many individual accolades including being named Premiership Player of the Year in both 2008/09 and 2011/12 – the only player in history to do so twice.
Chris has worked with a variety of different charities throughout his life, such as Macmillan, Breast Cancer Now, Canine Partners and the British Dyslexia Association.