Brett Finch : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Age

Brett John Finch is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Age

Brett Finch Biography

Brett Finch Biography
  Bio
Name Brett Finch
Birthdate  20 August 1981
Age (as of 2021) 40 years
Place of Birth  Maitland, Australia
Nationality Australian
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner  Elli Johnston
Children Three
Parents Robert Finch
Education Erindale College
Profession Rugby league player
Last Update December 2021

Brett John Finch is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 2000s and 2010s. A New South Wales State of Origin representative half back, he played in the National Rugby League for Australian clubs the Canberra Raiders, Sydney Roosters, Parramatta Eels and Melbourne Storm. Finch also played in the Super League for English club the Wigan Warriors.

Ealry Life and Family

Brett Finch was Born in Maitland, New South Wales, Australia, the son of former player Robert Finch. Finch was educated at Erindale College, where he represented 1998 Australian Schoolboys.He was a Hunter Mariners junior,playing for Valentine Devils.

Brett Finch Wife , Is Brett Finch Married

Brett Finch Wife , Is Brett Finch Married

Brett Finch is happily married to his wife, Elli Johnston. The pair sealed their vows in the year 2018 in January.Before walking down the aisle, the couple has dated for a long time. Shortly after their marriage, in 2019, they welcomed their first baby girl, Mackenzie Grace.Likewise, Elli, who appears to be in her thirties, has three children, Brett Finch. 

Brett Finch Net Worth

Brett John Finch is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer has an estimated Net Worth around $3 Million in 2021.

  Worth
Name  Brett Finch
Net Worth ( 2021 ) $3 Million 
Income Source Rugby league player
Income / Salary Under Review
Last Update  2021

Professional Career

Finch joined the Sydney Roosters in 2003. As 2002 NRL premiers, the Roosters travelled to England for the 2003 World Club Challenge against Super League champions, St Helens R.F.C. Finch played from the interchange bench in Sydney's victory. In 2004, whilst playing for the Sydney Roosters, Finch threw a bottle back into the crowd after he was pelted by a Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs fan.Finch played for the Roosters at half back in their 2004 NRL grand final loss to cross-Sydney rivals, Canterbury-Bankstown.

Finch played three State of Origin games for New South Wales after crossing from Canberra. His most famous moment was when he was called into the New South Wales squad on the eve of Game 1 of the 2006 State of Origin series. He then turned out to be a hero by scoring a try, setting up two and by kicking the winning field goal to push New South Wales to a famous 17–16 victory at Telstra Stadium. However Finch had a disastrous Game II, and was dropped for the decider which New South Wales lost. They also lost the 2006 series for the first time since 2001.

On 14 April 2009, Finch signed a one-year contract with the Melbourne Storm, his fourth club in eleven NRL seasons. Storm coach Craig Bellamy commented: "He will add depth and experience to our squad and gives us further options in the halves."He got his revenge beating his old team, Parramatta, in the 2009 NRL Grand Final, setting up 2 tries.However, the NRL later discovered significant salary cap breaches and stripped the Storm of this win. This made it third time unlucky for Finch, having lost two Grand Finals with the Roosters (2003 and 2004).

Finch played in the 2011 Challenge Cup Final 28-18 victory over the Leeds Rhinos at Wembley Stadium.After his two-year stint at Wigan, Finch returned to the Melbourne Storm for the 2013 NRL season. He joined the team as a back-up to halves pairing Cooper Cronk and Gareth Widdop.

Post playing Career

After retiring at the end of 2013, Finch, between 2014 and 2016 worked as a Sideline Commentator on Channel Nine's NRL Coverage as well as semi-regular appearances as a panellist on The NRL Footy Show, However Finch departed Channel 9 at the end of 2016, citing mental health issues.In 2017, Finch began working for Fox Sports.In late September Finch joined the YKTR Sports organisation, run by former rugby league player Isaac John. On September 30 Finch launched his podcast, Brett Finch Uncensored, with Brad Fittler featuring as his first guest.The podcast now runs independent to YKTR Sports.

Controvercy

On 14 December 2021, Finch was arrested and charged with five counts of sharing child abuse material. Finch and Richie Woods were later granted bail and ordered to attend Sutherland Local Court on 11 January 2022.