A cultured central defender with an ability to use both his left and right foot combined with an impressive sense of anticipation, means Ludivion is a technically adept member of the backline.

Like most within the Tahiti national team, he has a full-time job and works on construction sites scaling ropes, adding perhaps to his imposing physique.

A key member of the Toa Aito, Ludivion featured in eight of the team’s 11 2014 FIFA World Cup™ qualifiers including, most notably, last year’s OFC Nations Cup final victory over New Caledonia which saw the Polynesians secure passage to the Festival of Champions.

After spending four seasons at AS Venus, Ludivion, who says he takes inspiration from legendary France FIFA World Cup-winning defenders Laurent Blanc and Lillian Thuram, made the move to AS Tefana earlier this year.

Ludivion is yet another who is a graduate of Tahiti’s maiden visit to the world stage at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Egypt. Now, four years on Ludivion is set for a further meeting with two opponents from that campaign, Spain and Nigeria.