|Full name||Gaston Lane|
|Date of birth||31 January 1883|
|Place of birth||Paris, France|
|Date of death||23 September 1914(aged 31)|
|Place of death||Lironville|
|Height||1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)|
|Weight||68 kg (150 lb)|
|Rugby union career|
Gaston Lane (31 January 1883 – 23 September 1914) was a French rugby union player. He was 1 m 68 cm tall and weighed 68 kg.
He played in the first French international and was capped ten times, along with Marcel Communeau.
He was an excellent club rugby player, and also occasionally contributed articles to Sporting.
- Second place in French national rugby championship, 1912 with Racing club de France, and captain, alongside Géo André and Pierre Failliot, who also played three quarters.
- 16 caps.
- 1 try (3 points).
- Caps by year: 2 in 1906, 1 in 1907, 2 in 1908, 3 in 1909, 2 in 1910, 2 in 1911, 3 in 1912, 1 in 1913.
- Participated in the first official France match against the All Blacks in their first European tour.
- Captain five times (in 1906, 1910, 1912 & 1913), and captain of the French first XV in the first Five Nations Championship, against Wales at Swansea in 1910 (the second was Marcel Communeau in the next match).
- He was in 4 seasons of the Five Nations Championship in the pre-war period.
- First victory against a Home Nations team, Scotland, in the second French Five Nations Championship, in 1911.
- Godwin, Terry Complete Who's Who of International Rugby (Cassell, 1987, ISBN 0-7137-1838-2)