Antoine Dupont is a French professional rugby union player who currently plying his trade at scrum half for Toulouse in the Top 14 and captains the France national team. He does not have children.
Born in Lannemezan, Dupont grew up in the nearby village of Castelnau-Magnoac where he started rugby for Magnoac FC at the age of 4.
Aged 15 in 2011, he joined Auch as a junior.
Three years later, he joined Castres in the Top 14 after the relegation of Auch in the 2013–14 Rugby Pro D2 season.
In 2016, he performed excellently for the France U-20 team during the 2016 World Rugby Under 20 Championship and was one of the stars of the tournament.
He scored 36 points which included 5 tries.
Dupont had his maiden French first team call up ahead of France’s fourth 2017 Six Nations Championship match against Italy as a replacement for Maxime Machenaud.
- He made his debut in that game coming on for Baptiste Serin in the 72nd minute of an eventual 40–18 away win.
In 2021, he was named World Rugby Men’s 15s Player of the Year.