Josh Kennedy Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Salary, Biography

Josh Kennedy

Josh Kennedy is an Australian rules footballer In this Article read all about Josh Kennedy Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Salary, Biography and More. He previously played for Carlton from 2006 to 2007. Kennedy is originally from Northampton, Western Australia. Kennedy made his senior (WAFL) debut during the 2005 season, finishing with six goals from six games. He was selected by Carlton with pick four in the 2005 National Draft, held in November 2005.

Josh Kennedy Biography

Real NameJosh Kennedy
Birth Date 25 August 1987 
Age (as of 2022)34 years
Birth PlaceMelbourne
NationalityAustralian
ProfessionAustralian rules football player
Marital StatusMarried
EducationGraduation
School Name Local Private School
College Name State University
Last Update2022

On 29 April 2018, Kennedy became West Coast’s all-time leading goalkicker, overtaking Sumich with his 515th goal for the Eagles during the Western Derby. Kennedy scored three goals in West Coast’s 2018 premiership win. In July 2022, Kennedy kicked his 700th goal for West Coast against Carlton, and a month later announced his retirement from the AFL.

Josh Kennedy Family
Josh Kennedy Family

Josh Kennedy Family

Kennedy was born in Melbourne and raised in Canberra, Townsville, and Perth before relocating to Northampton, a small country town north of Geraldton in Western Australia. Jenny Peterson and Jamie Kennedy, his parents, both played professional basketball in the Women’s National Basketball League and the National Basketball League, after meeting as scholarship holders at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS).

Kennedy grew up playing football and basketball, and he was a member of Western Australia’s state under-16 basketball team. He later focused on football, representing Northampton in the Great Northern Football League (GNFL). He had previously attended the AIS/AFL Academy in Canberra and toured Ireland with an academy side, playing several international rules matches, becoming the first child of two previous AIS scholarship holders to do so.

Josh Kennedy Parents 

Josh Kennedy Parents Name is Jenny Peterson (Mother) and Jamie Kennedy (Father). They are Both play professional basketball in the Women’s National Basketball League and the National Basketball League. He very close her parents and enjoys spending time with them. His parents always supported his career.

 Father NameJamie Kennedy
Mother NameJenny Peterson
Siblings NameNot KNown

Josh Kennedy Wife, Children

Josh Kennedy Wife
Josh Kennedy Wife

Josh Kennedy is married to the beautiful wife Lauren Atkinson. Josh Kennedy and Lauren Atkinson married on October 29, 2016. Josh Kennedy has two beautiful daughters. Josh Kennedy and his wife Lauren Atkinson welcomed their fourth child in December, bringing their family of three to four. Lottie, his first child, was born in 2016. A week ago, the Kennedys celebrated her second birthday in their backyard garden.

Marital StatusMarried
Wife / Partner NameLauren Atkinson
ChildrenTwo

Josh Kennedy Net Worth

Jamie Kennedy has an estimated Net Worth of $2 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.

NameJamie Kennedy
Net Worth ( 2022 )$2 Million 
Income SourceAustralian rules football player
Income / SalaryUnder Review
Last Update2022

Josh Kennedy Salary, Income Source

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. His Accurate Salary Details is not mention yet on officially we will update soon.

Josh Kennedy Net Worth

Josh Kennedy Ethnicity, Nationality

NationalityAustralian
ReligionChristian
EthnicityNot Known

Josh Kennedy Age, Height and Weight

Age 34 years
Weight99 kg
Height1.94 m

Josh Kennedy Professional Career

In 2006, Kennedy showed promises that he could be a future key-position forward, having made his debut in round six. However, he struggled for ground time and form when playing at AFL level, scoring only 5.4 from his nine games. In Carlton’s VFL-affiliate, the Northern Bullants, he found it easier to show his skills with eighteen goals for the season.

In 2007, Kennedy committed to a new 2-year contract with the Carlton Football Club. However, on 11 October, it was announced that he had agreed to instead return to his native state and play for the West Coast Eagles,thus enabling Carlton to secure the services of top midfielder Chris Judd in a trade.On 26 April 2008, Kennedy, wearing number 17, made his debut for the Eagles.In round 9, 2011, Kennedy kicked ten goals against the Western Bulldogs, becoming just the fourth Eagle to kick ten goals in a game.

On 30 March 2014, Kennedy played his 100th game for the Eagles, kicking four goals and one behind in a 93-point thrashing of Melbourne at the MCG. In round 8, 2014, Kennedy bagged 11 goals straight in a 111-point win over the Giants. He would then go on to kick bags of 7 and 8 both against the Suns. He finished the year with 61 goals. After Darren Glass retired midway through the season, Kennedy was named acting co-captain of the club for the remainder of 2014, along with four other players.

On 10 April 2015, Kennedy kicked 10 goals again against Carlton. It was the third time that he brought up the double figures, kicking 6 of his 10 goals in the third quarter. His tenth goal for the night was also his 300th for his career. At the end of the Home and Away season, Kennedy finished with 75 goals and became the second West Coast player to win the Coleman Medal.

On 21 May 2016, after kicking 5 goals in the previous match, Kennedy bagged 7 goals against Port Adelaide to bring his career tally to 400 goals. He went on to secure back to back Coleman Medals in the same year, scoring a total of 82 goals. Kennedy kicked his 500th career goal in round 20 of the 2017 AFL season. He then kicked his 500th goal for West Coast two weeks later in round 22, becoming only the second player in club history to do so .

On 29 April 2018, Kennedy became West Coast’s all-time leading goalkicker, overtaking Sumich with his 515th goal for the Eagles during the Western Derby. Kennedy scored three goals in West Coast’s 2018 premiership win.In July 2022, Kennedy kicked his 700th goal for West Coast against Carlton, and a month later announced his retirement from the AFL.

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