Brodie Grundy Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Ethnicity, Wiki Bio

Brodie Grundy Net Worth

Brodie Grundy Family and Net Worth – Brodie Grundy is a professional Australian rules footballer know all about him in this blog.

Brodie Grundy is a professional Australian rules footballer playing for the Collingwood Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).Despite playing as ruckman, Grundy is able to follow up his ruckwork and win the ball himself and apply tackles. He has been labelled as a ‘fourth midfielder’ by his teammates. In the 2018 season, he averaged 20.2 disposals per match; 525 for the season (48th in the AFL), easily the highest amongst ruckmen.

Brodie Grundy Wiki Bio

Real Name Brodie Grundy
Birth Date 15 April 1994
Age (as of 2022)  28 years
Birth Place Adelaide, Australia
Nationality Australian
Profession Australian rules football player
Religion Christan 
Ethnicity Not Known
Father Name Not Known
Mother Name Not Known
Siblings Not Known
School Private High School
College Graduation
Marital Status In Relationship
Spouse / Partner Rachael Wertheim
Children Not Yet
Net Worth 2022 $1.5 Million 
Salary Per Year Under Review
Source of Income Australian rules football player
Height  2.02 m
Weight 100 kg
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown
Body Type Fit
Last Update  2022

Brodie Grundy Family, Parents

Brodie Grundy Family

Now we are discussing his parents and Family. Grundy was born in Adelaide, South Australia and attended Cabra Dominican College, a private Catholic high school in the southern suburbs of the city, graduating in 2011.A former basketball player, Grundy switched to Australian rules football in 2010.Brodie has a younger brother, Riley, who was drafted to Port Adelaide with pick 73 in the 2018 draft. His parents always supported his career. His mother’s name is not available and her father’s name is not available.

Brodie Grundy Wife and Children

Brodie Grundy Wife

Brodie Grundy currently in relation with girlfriend Rachael Wertheim. Brodie Grundy girlfriend Rachael Wertheim is from Adelaide and is a Physiotherapy student.

Brodie Grundy Net Worth

Brodie Grundy has an estimated Net Worth of $1.5 Million in 2022.He earns a good fortune from his hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

Brodie Grundy Income Source and Salary

Here we discuss about his Salary, Income and Career Earnings. He earns a handsome salary from his profession. Via his sources of income, he has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle with his family members.

Professional Career

Following a successful season playing as a ruckman with South Australian National Football League (SANFL) club Sturt’s junior teams, Grundy was recruited by Collingwood with draft pick #18 in the 2012 AFL Draft.Grundy was the Round 22 nomination for the 2013 AFL Rising Star award.In March 2014, Grundy signed a three-year contract extension lasting until the end of the 2017 AFL season.

In 2018 he won the Herald Sun Player of the Year award with 27 votes, one clear of Melbourne ruck Max Gawn and Hawthorn midfielder Tom Mitchell. Grundy also won the Copeland medal for Collingwood’s best and fairest in 2018, drawing with Steele Sidebottom.

What nationality is Brodie Grundy?

Grundy was born in Adelaide, South Australia so he Holds the Australian Nationality.

How tall is Brodie Grundy feet?

Brodie Grundy Height is 2.02 m and Weight is 100Kg.

Brodie Grundy Injury

Collingwood’s Brodie Grundy sustained a significant injury in the team’s Anzac Day victory over Essendon. According to Herald Sun journalist Sam Edmund, the ruckman might miss up to 12 weeks after suspicions in the Magpies camp that he suffered PCL damage in a centre bounce ruck duel during the third quarter at the MCG.

Grundy was scanned on Tuesday to determine the extent of the injury. Grundy’s PCL injury comes on the heels of another ruckman suffering a similar injury in a matter of days. Marc Pittonet, a Carlton ruckman, was substituted out of Saturday night’s vital game against Fremantle after colliding with Sean Darcy on his knee.

Pittonet has averted any severe ligament damage at this time, although he is being closely examined. Corey McKernan, an ex-AFL player, stated his dissatisfaction with the regulations governing centre bounces. If ruckmen take their eyes off the ball while contesting in the air, McKernan feels they should be penalised.

“Another ruckman succumbs to a PCL… I’ve been saying this for years… If you penalise ruckmen for not watching the ball, your odds of a PCL increase drastically “The former Roo took to Twitter.

Grundy‘s possible PCL injury occurred after a knee-on-knee collision with Sam Draper in the centre circle. Draper was brought in to prevent ruckman coming in from all angles and at speed, in the hopes of reducing injuries. The AFL unveiled a new and upgraded centre circle in 2005, which has a 10-meter diameter and requires ruckmen to be placed at centre bounces.

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