This current group of Uruguayan players has already made history by making it to Rugby World Cup 2023 as the top qualifier from the Americas region with a home-and-away victory over USA. Their next goal will be a first-ever third-place pool finish and automatic qualification for RWC 2027 in Australia.
Meneses, who also led los Teros to Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan, has named 18 forwards and 15 backs.
Mateo Sanguinetti (RWC 2015, 2019)
Germán Kessler (RWC 2015, 2019)
Guillermo Pujadas (RWC 2019)
Ignacio Dotti (RWC 2019)
Manuel Leindekar (RWC 2019)
Juan Manuel Rodríguez
Manuel Ardao (RWC 2019)
Santiago Civetta (RWC 2019)
Manuel Diana (RWC 2019)
Eric dos Santos
Agustín Ormaechea (RWC 2015, 2019)
Felipe Etcheverry (RWC 2019)
Andrés Vilaseca – captain – (RWC 2015, 2019)
Wing / full back / utility back
Nicolás Freitas (RWC 2015, 2019)
Gastón Mieres (RWC 2015, 2019)
Rodrigo Silva (RWC 2015, 2019)
Uruguay will play pool matches against hosts France (14 September), Italy (20 September), Namibia (27 September) and New Zealand (5 October).