Francois Louw, born 15 June 1985 is a South African Rugby Union international flanker. Louw is the grandson of the former South African international Jan Pickard.
He represented the DHL Stormers in Vodacom Super Rugby, having made his debut during the 2008 season. He also played for Western Province in the Currie Cup. Louw was part of the Stormers team that lost the 2010 Super 14 Final to the Bulls in Soweto. Following the Super 14 season, Louw made his debut for South Africa against Wales at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. He has become a mainstay in the Springbok side, becoming the first choice openside flank under the reign of Heyneke Meyer. He has shown good breakdown work, having second most turnovers won at 2015 Rugby World Cup at 13. On 12 July 2011 it was announced that Louw signed for Bath Rugby on a 3-year deal.
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