Max Rousié (18 July 1912 - 2 June 1959) was a French rugby league and rugby union footballer who rose to prominence in the 1930s. He was a dual-code international, eventually becoming captain of the French rugby league team.
- International (4 selections) in team of France (1931 to 1934).
- Champion of France with the SAV.13 (1935) (1st championship),
- Winner of the Coupe de France with the Roanne rugby league club (1938),
- Champion of France with the Roanne rugby league club (1939),
- Captain of the French team that won the 1938–39 European Rugby League Championship
Max Rousié has been honoured by the following:
- In 1988 he was inducted into the International Rugby League Hall of Fame.
- The Max Rousié Shield is awarded to the winner of the French rugby league championship.
- Paris' Stade Max Rousié and Centre Sportif Max Rousié are named in his honour.
- in Villeneuve-sur-Lot the avenue leading to the Stade de la Myre Mory carries his name.
- Profile at La Dépêche (in French)