David Mundy Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Biography

David Mundy Net Worth
David Mundy Net Worth

As per 2022 David Mundy Net Worth is $2 Million. David Mundy is an Australian rules footballer He plays for the Fremantle Football Club in the Australian Football League. He plays as a half back flanker or midfielder and began his football career at Murray Bushrangers in the TAC Cup. He was the captain of Fremantle during the 2016 AFL season. David Mundy’s remarkable AFL career will end after 19 years, with the Fremantle legend informing teammates and staff on Monday morning that the 2022 season will be his final. Mundy will hold a press conference at Fremantle HQ today at 12 p.m. WST.

David Mundy Net Worth

David Mundy 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.

David Mundy Net Worth 2022

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

David Mundy Net Worth Growth and Earnings

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

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

David Mundy Family
David Mundy Family

David Mundy Biography

Real NameDavid Mundy
Birth Date20 July 1985
Age (as of 2022)37 years
Birth PlaceSeymour, Australia
ProfessionAustralian rules football player
Marital StatusMarried
School Name Local Private School
College Name Not KNown
Last Update2022

Mundy has announced that this will be his final AFL season after joining the club as a top-20 draft pick in 2003. He has played 371 games and, with three home and away matches and finals remaining, he could reach 400 games in one season. His retirement also coincides with the Dockers’ re-build, which will see them play finals for the first time since 2015 and aim for longer-term success.

David Mundy Family (Background and Early Life)

David Mundy was Born on born 20 July 1985 in Australia. He Grown with his three Sisters. As per 2022 he is 37 years old. He belong to a well settled Family. His educational background is not very clear. He went to a local private school for her primary education. For his higher education, he went to some private university. His exact education is not very clear but he seems to be a graduate.

David Mundy Parents 

David Mundy Parents Name is Karen (Mother) and Mr. Mundy (Father), He has three Siblings name Kate, Laura and Rachael (Sisters).

 Father NameMr. Mundy
Mother NameKaren
Siblings NameKate, Laura and Rachael ( Sisters )

David Mundy Wife, Children

David Mundy Wife
David Mundy Wife

David Mundy married with his beautiful wife Sally Mundy. The Couple have three children together name Finn, Hudson, and Edie.

Marital StatusMarried
Wife / Partner NameSally Mundy
ChildrenFinn, Hudson, and Edie

David Mundy Ethnicity, Nationality

Nationality NA
Religion NA
Ethnicity NA
David Mundy Bio
David Mundy Bio

David Mundy Age, Height and Weight

Age37 years
Weight94 kg
Height1.92 m

David Mundy Professional Career

Fremantle selected Mundy with pick 19 in the 2003 AFL Draft. The Western Bulldogs sent this pick to Fremantle in exchange for Steven Koops. He was assigned to the Subiaco Football Club in the West Australian Football League after moving to Western Australia in 2004. (WAFL).

He played for Subiaco for the entire 2004 season and was a member of their premiership team. His outstanding WAFL form continued into 2005, and he was selected by Fremantle to make his AFL debut against Melbourne at the MCG in Round 6. Mundy’s poise and composure in defense saw him keep his place in the team for the remaining 17 games of the season.

The AFL recognized him in round 14 by nominating him for the AFL Rising Star award. With 15 votes, he finished third behind Brett Deledio and Ryan Griffen in the final voting. He also received the Beacon Award in 2005 as the best young talent on the Fremantle list.

Mundy started the 2008 season well and was moved to midfield late in the season to make use of his kicking ability.In 2009, he played his 100th game, becoming only the eighth player in league history to do so in a row.From his debut until a late withdrawal due to stomach cramps before the Round 17, 2010 match against the Western Bulldogs, he played 124 consecutive games.

In 2010, he had his best season to date, and he was named to the 40-man squad for the 2010 All-Australian team, as well as winning the Doig Medal as Fremantle’s best player for the year. There was much speculation at the end of the 2010 season that Mundy would not renew his contract with Fremantle and would instead either return to Melbourne or be recruited by the new Gold Coast Football Club.

He turned down all other offers and re-signed with Fremantle in September 2010 for another four years. He later resigned for another three years at the end of 2014. Early in the 2017 season, he extended his contract for another year.

The Round 17 clash with Richmond Football Club at the MCG in 2015 was a highlight. Garrick Ibbotson marked a Richmond kick out after a Fremantle behind in the final minutes of the game and passed to Mundy approximately 45 metres out from goal.

Mundy scored with 40 seconds remaining to give Fremantle a 4-point victory. He would make a very similar play against Richmond at the MCG in 2017, marking the ball 25m out from goal with 11 seconds remaining. He scored after the siren, giving Fremantle a two-point victory.

He was named Fremantle’s captain in 2016, but the team had one of their worst seasons to date, with only four wins that year. Nathan Fyfe took over as captain in 2017.Mundy became the second Fremantle player, after Matthew Pavlich, to reach 300 games.

In April 2019, he won his 300th game at Optus Stadium. Mundy’s longevity became a topic of discussion in early 2021, as he was widely considered to be in career-best form despite his advanced age for an Australian rules footballer. Mundy signed a one-year contract extension with Fremantle for the 2022 season on July 21, 2021. He made his 350th appearance four days later, against the Sydney Swans.