The former Stow-on-the-Wold junior started the 2011-12 season with England's Under-18s side, but became just the second-ever youngster to step up to the Under-20s two years young.
2012-13 saw him play regularly for Hartpury RFC and also make his breakthrough for Gloucester at first team level.
He was part of England U20s Six Nations squad and played a big part in England U20s winning the Junior World Championship for the first time, in France in June.
Elliott was a stand out player for the Cherry and Whites in 2013-14, after making his try-scoring debut in the win over Northampton Saints in September 2013, Stooke enjoyed a strong season at Kingsholm and was named as Young Player of the Season by Season Ticket holders.
2013-14 also saw Elliott called up to the England Saxons in January 2014 as he appeared at Kingsholm against the Irish Wolfhounds.
In January 2016, it was confirmed that Elliott would join Bath Rugby for the 2015-16 season, and he moved to London Irish on loan in February.
Having started in both of Gloucester's West Country Challenge Cup games to date, Elliott Stooke was in a good position to compare and contrast the two performances when he spoke to the media after the game.