Craig Bellamy Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Salary, Career Earnings

Craig Bellamy Net Worth

Craig Bellamy (Rugby) is an Australian professional rugby league football coach know all about Craig Bellamy Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Salary and Career Earnings

Craig Bellamy Biography

Craig Bellamy is a former professional rugby league footballer and the head coach of the Melbourne Storm in the NRL. He is regarded as one of the greatest NRL coaches of all time. Bellamy won his second NRL premiership as a coach with the Melbourne Storm in 2017 following a dominant season in which the Storm lost only four games. The Storm had a successful season in 2018, reaching the 2018 NRL Grand Final before losing to the Sydney Roosters. In 2020, he won his third NRL title with the Storm.

Name  Craig Bellamy
Date of Birth 3 October 1959 
Age ( 2022 ) 62 years
Place of Birth Portland, Australia
Nationality Australian
Marital Status Married
Education Graduation
Profession Australian coach
Last Update March 2022

Craig Bellamy Parents

Bellamy was born 3 October 1959 in Portland, New South Wales, Australia. His parents nameis Betty Bellamy ( Mother ) and  Norm Bellamy (Father ). He played his early junior football for Portland Colts. Bellamy also played for Oberon Tigers in the Country Rugby League as a teenager before moving to Macquarie United in the Newcastle Rugby League in 1979.

Craig Bellamy
Craig Bellamy

Craig Bellamy Family

Mother Name  Betty Bellamy
Father Name  Norm Bellamy
Siblings Not Known

Craig Bellamy Wife

Craig Bellamy is a married man. He married with  his beautiful wife Wendy Bellamy and the couple have a son together name  Aaron Bellamy.

Marital Status Married
Spouse / Partner Wendy Bellamy
Children Aaron Bellamy ( Son )

Craig Bellamy Net Worth

Craig Bellamy has an estimated Net Worth of $2 Million in 2022. As an Australian coach he earns a good fortune from her hard work  hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

Name Craig Bellamy
Net Worth ( 2022 ) $2 Million
Income Source Rugby Coach
Income / Salary Under Review
Last Update 2022

Craig Bellamy Net Worth Growth

Net Worth in 2022 $2 Million 
Net Worth in 2021 $1.5 Million
Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million
Net Worth in 2019 $0.8 Million
Net Worth in 2018 $0.5 Million

Craig Bellamy Income Source and Salary

Craig Bellamy is an Australian professional rugby league football coach who is the head coach of the Melbourne Storm in the NRL, and a former professional rugby league footballer. Craig Bellamy had coached the Melbourne Storm to yet another NRL Premiership title in 2020 as per his successful journey we can assume that Craig Bellamy earn a good amount of Money as a Salary.

Craig Bellamy Ethnicity and Nationality

Craig Bellamy Ethnicity and Birthplace belongs to Australi.He holds the Australian Nationality as he was born in Portland, Australia.

Craig Bellamy Age, Height and Weight

Physical Status
Age  62 years ( 2022 )
Height 175 cm (5 ft 9 in)
Weight 68Kg.
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Brown

Craig Bellamy Career

Bellamy was signed by the Canberra Raiders during their inaugural season in 1982. He spent the majority of his career in the centres but was also used as a utility player, making appearances as a fullback, winger, five-eighth, and lock. Bellamy travelled to England with the Raiders for the 1989 World Club Challenge after the Raiders won the 1989 NSWRL season’s Grand Final, but did not play in the Raiders’ loss to Widnes at Old Trafford.

Bellamy spent 1991 with Turvey Park in Wagga Wagga as captain/coach in the Group 9 Competition, and also played for Swinton in England, before returning to Canberra for one final year in 1992.Bellamy won the President’s Cup with the Canberra Raiders in 1995.In 1998, he joined the Brisbane Broncos as performance coordinator and assistant coach to Wayne Bennett. They won the 1998 NRL Grand Final that year.

Bellamy gained NRL experience as a head coach in 2002, while Broncos head coach Wayne Bennett was on State of Origin duty with the Queensland Maroons. Due to the regular side’s representative commitments, the ‘Baby Broncos’ upset the Wests Tigers. The Tigers were a strong candidate to hire Bellamy as coach for the 2003 season, but he eventually joined Melbourne following Mark Murray’s dismissal.

Bellamy was relieved of his duties as Blues coach following the 2010 State of Origin series, which ended in a 3-0 whitewash, the first in Origin and the first for the Blues since 2000. Later on, Ricky Stuart was named his successor. The Storm had not missed the playoffs in any of Bellamy’s seven seasons as coach, with the exception of 2010, when they were not allowed to earn any points due to their 2009 salary cap violation.

However, had they been allowed to accumulate points, they would have returned to the top 8. He led them to the minor premiership in 2011, narrowly missing out on a spot in the grand final due to a loss to the New Zealand Warriors in the preliminary final. He went one better in 2012, defeating Canterbury 14-4 in the NRL grand final. That year, he was also named coach of the year by the Rugby League International Federation for the second time.Despite speculation that he would join the Warriors or St George-Illawarra as coach, he extended his contract with Melbourne Storm to three years in early 2013.

He coached the team to victory over Leeds in the 2013 World Club Challenge, claiming the title of world champions in the process. Late in the 2013 NRL season, during an interview with Paul Vautin for Channel 9’s “The Footy show,” Bellamy revealed that he was a self-taught electrician, though he downplayed his abilities by stating that he was “not a very good one.”Additionally, in 2013, Bellamy published his book, Home Truths: On Life, Leadership, Adversity, Success, and Failure.

Bellamy reached a milestone and set a new club record on 16 May 2014, when he coached the Melbourne Storm for 300 games.Bellamy extended his tenure as Melbourne Storm coach until the end of 2018 on 4 March 2016.Craig Bellamy led the Melbourne Storm to a second NRL Premiership title in 2020, defeating the Penrith Panthers 26-20. This was despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced his players to spend five months away from home.

FAQ About Craig Bellamy

Who is  Craig Bellamy Wife ?

Craig Bellamy  married with  his beautiful wife Wendy Bellamy.

What is the Net Worth of Craig Bellamy  ?

Craig Bellamy  has a Net Worth of $2Million in 2022.

Who is the Parents of Craig Bellamy ?

His parents nameis Betty Bellamy ( Mother ) and  Norm Bellamy (Father ).

What is the age of Craig Bellamy ?

Craig Bellamy was born 3 October 1959 in Portland, New South Wales, Australia as per 2022 he is 62 years old.