24-year-old Rugby Player, Levi Davis, was missing from last Saturday

Levi Davis is a winger who currently competes for Worthing Raiders in the National League 2 South of rugby union.

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Missing rugby player Levi Davis

The sudden disappearance of rugby great and X Factor contestant Levi Davis has been widely reported on social media. After being spotted last Saturday in Barcelona with friends at The Old Irish Pub, his family reported him missing to the police. “Levis’s family and I are very worried about him and desperate to know that he is OK,” said Levi’s worried mother Julie. 

Nobody has heard from Levi since October 29th, when he was last seen in The Old Irish Pub in Barcelona, so please get in touch with us if you know anything. Levi’s worried family has filed a missing person report with the Spanish police in their area.

How old is Levi Davis and where is he from?

Levi Davis was born on March 12, 1998, in England. He is currently 24 years old. He was born to his mother name Julie and his father with whom he used o live in England before his family reported him missing to the authorities.

A Career overview of Levi Davis

The year 2017 saw Davis make his Bath debut. In October 2019 versus the Bristol Bears, he played for Bath for the first time in Premiership Rugby. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and the 2019–20 RFU Championship being interrupted, Davis had three appearances for Ealing Trailfinders before joining them on loan in January 2020.

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He left Bath and signed a two-year contract with Ealing before moving there permanently in August 2020. Levi made his debut for Worthing Raiders in the away game against Henley Hawks in the autumn of 2021. A week later, against Hinckley at home, he scored his first try, losing 28-26.

The X Factor

Davis participated in The X Factor: Celebrity competition in the latter part of 2019. He placed fifth in the competition in a group with teammates Thom Evans and Ben Foden from rugby union. Davis revealed out as bisexual in September 2020. He is the first bisexual rugby union player actively competing.