Shane Warne Net Worth

Shane Warne Net Worth

Shane Warne is the highest wicket-taker in the world. With his skill of spin, he has taken more than 659wickets in just 135 matches. The skill with which he spins the ball, with the same skill, he also collects runs with his bat as per the requirement. The name of this promising player of Australia remains a matter of discussion not only because of his game, but also due to some of his habits. It is also said that if they focus only on the game apart from being in the discussions, then they can perform better. Shane Warne Net Worth, short biography-wiki, career, professional life, personal life, age, height, weight, and more facts. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start.

Biography / Wiki :-

Net Worth: $50 Million
Name: Shane Warne
Salary: $3 Million +
Monthly Income: $0.25 Million +
Date of Birth: September 13, 1969
Gender: Male
Height: 1.83 M (6′ 0″)e
Profession: Australian cricketer
Nationality: Australian

Early Life

Shane Warne was born to German-born Bridgette (Brigitte) and Keith Warne on 13 September 1969 in Upper Ferntree Gully, Victoria, an outer suburb of Melbourne. Warne attended Hampton High School from Grades 7–9, after which he was offered a sports scholarship to attend Mentone Grammar. Warne spent his final three years of school at Mentone. His first representative honours came in the 1983–84 season when he represented University of Melbourne Cricket Club in the then Victorian Cricket Association under-16 Dowling Shield competition. He bowled a mixture of leg-spin and off-spin and was a handy lower-order batsman.

The following season, Warne joined the St Kilda Cricket Club near his home suburb of Black Rock. He started in the lower elevens and, over a number of seasons, progressed to the first eleven. During the cricket off-season in 1987, Warne played five games of Australian rules football for the St Kilda Football Club’s under-19 team.

In 1988, Warne once again played for the St Kilda Football Club’s under-19 team before being upgraded to the reserves team, one step below professional level. Following the 1988 Victorian Football League season, Warne was delisted by St Kilda and began to focus solely on cricket. He was later chosen to train at the Australian Cricket Academy (AIS) in 1990 in Adelaide.

Warne joined Accrington Cricket Club of the Lancashire League as their professional player for the 1991 season. After initially struggling in English conditions, he went on to have a good season as a bowler, taking 73 wickets at 15.4 runs each, but scored only 329 runs at an average of 15. The committee at Accrington decided not to re-engage him for the 1992 season, as they expected their professional to contribute as both a batsman and bowler.

Warne made his first-class cricket debut on 15 February 1991, taking 0/61 and 1/41 for Victoria against Western Australia at the Junction Oval in Melbourne. He was then selected for the Australia B team, which toured Zimbabwe in September 1991.

In the second tour match at Harare Sports Club, Warne recorded his first first-class haul of five wickets or more in an innings when he took 7/49 in the second innings, helping Australia B to a nine-wicket win.

Upon returning to Australia, Warne took 3/14 and 4/42 for Australia A against a touring West Indian side in December 1991. The incumbent spinner in the Australian Test team, Peter Taylor, had taken only one wicket in the first two Tests, so Warne was brought into the team for the third Test against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground a week later.


Shane Warne did a school in his city from Hampton High School, after which he learned to say cricket by joining Melbourne Cricket Club and presented himself to the world as a good player.

Cricket Career

Friends, knowing this, you will find it very strange, Shane Warne was very fond of playing football and he used to practice a lot playing football in his school. Shane Warne used to play cricket as well as football. Not only this, Shane Warne also used to play football matches for his city’s football team. But when he got out of the college team, then Shane Warne decided that now he will learn cricket.

Shane Warne Net Worth

As of now Shane Warne Net Worth is $50 million. Shane Warne owns a luxury designer house in Upper Ferntree Gully, Victoria, Australia.  Also Shane Warne owns multiple real-estate properties across the countries.

Updated: March 4, 2022 — 3:06 pm

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