Andrew Flintoff Age, Net Worth, Family, Bio, Career, Height, Weight & More in (2023)

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Andrew Flintoff Biography

Andrew Flintoff – Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff MBE is a broadcaster for English television and radio, as well as a former international cricketer. He was born on December 6, 1977 in England. Flintoff was one of the most accomplished all-rounders in the history of the sport. He was a fast bowler, middle-order batsman, and slip fielder. Flintoff played all forms of the game. He was routinely ranked by the International Cricket Council (ICC) as one of the best international all-rounders in both one-day international and test cricket.

Flintoff received his primary education at Greenlands Community Primary School and his secondary education at Ribbleton Hall High School, which was later rechristened City of Preston High School. His first travel to a foreign country was to Argentina when he was only 14 years old.

Andrew Flintoff Biography & Personal Details

Andrew Flintoff

NameAndrew Flintoff
Date Of Birth6 December 1977
BirthplaceCity of Preston, United Kingdom
Age 45 years old (As 2023)
Birth Sign Sagittarius
Gender Male
SchoolPreston Greenlands Community Primary School
College/UniversityNot Attend
Highest QualificationSchool Drop Out (at the Age of 16)
HobbiesNot Known
ReligionChristianity
NationalityBritish
ProfessionTelevision presenter/ Cricket Player

Andrew Flintoff Career

Flintoff led the England Under-19 side on their “Test” match tour to Pakistan in 1996/7 and at home against Zimbabwe in 1997. These matches took place while Flintoff was captain of the team. He made his debut in a Test match for England in 1998 against South Africa at Trent Bridge. This match is famous for its second-innings duel between Mike Atherton and Allan Donald.

Flintoff and Jacques Kallis exchanged wickets in this match, which served as a foreshadowing to their eventual rivalry. Despite this, he continued to have trouble making the cut at the county level; he only found form sporadically, but when he did, he performed exceptionally well. When he did find form, he often displayed explosive behavior.

In the year 2000, he hit an unbeaten 135 for his team against Surrey in the quarterfinals of the Natwest Trophy. David Gower referred to this performance as “the most awesome innings we are ever going to see on a cricket field.” In the same year that England’s management made it clear that they were unhappy with his fitness and weight, Andrew Flintoff responded to his critics by scoring 42 not out in a one-day game against Zimbabwe on his home ground of Old Trafford.

He formed an explosive second-wicket stand with Graeme Hick, and as he collected the Man of the Match award, he commented that his performance was “not bad for a fat lad.”

Even though he was cut from the England team during the year 2001, he was able to improve his bowling action and earn a spot on the squad that traveled to India in 2001–2002. Even though he had possibly the worst run of international batting form throughout the test series, which was so distressing for him that at one point he broke down in tears in the dressing room, he later considered the tour as a turning point in his career, particularly the important final one-day match.

After being given the responsibility of delivering the final over with India requiring 11 runs to win, he ran out Anil Kumble and bowled Javagal Srinath with consecutive balls to win the match. In celebration, he took off his shirt, a move that was later imitated by Sourav Ganguly in a later match.

Andrew Flintoff Family, Relationship and Afair

Colin Flintoff, Flintoff’s father, and Chris Flintoff, Flintoff’s brother, are both cricket players. Colin still plays for the Whittingham Cricket Club, which is located near Preston. During his innings of 167 against the West Indies at Edgbaston in July 2004, one six off of Jermaine Lawson was hammered high into the Ryder Stand and was almost caught by his father. However, his father fumbled the ball and dropped it instead.

Andrew Flintoff with his Father

Andrew Flintoff with his Family

Rachael Wools and Andrew Flintoff tied the knot in Knightsbridge, London, in March of 2005.

Andrew Flintoff with his Wife

He is a father to four kids. On his left shoulder, he has the names of his wife and children permanently tattooed.

Family & Marital Status

Marital StatusMarried
ParentsMother-Susan Flintoff
Father-Colin Flintoff
SiblingsBrother-Chris Flintoff
Sister-Not Known
Spouse/WifeRachael Wools Flintoff

Physical Measurement

HeightIn Centimeters –193 cm
In Meters-1.93 m
In Feet and Inches –6′ 3″
Weight In Kg –114 kg
In Pounds –220 lbs
Hair ColourBlonde 
Eye ColourBlue

Andrew Flintoff Social Media Accounts

Instagram id aflintoff111M followers
Facebook id Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff MBE86k followers
Youtube Channel
Twitter id Andrew Flintoff1.9M Followers
Linkedin id
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Andrew Flintoff Net Worth:

Andrew Flintoff net worth is (Approx) $20 million dollars. And is monthly salary Not Known & Yearly Salary Not Known.

Andrew Flintoff Cars Collection:

  • Rover Cabrio
  • Porsche Boxster
  • BMW M5 E39
  • Mercedes GLS350d
  • Ford F-150 Harley D

Fanmail address:

Andrew Flintoff
International Sports Management Ltd.
Cherry Tree Farm
Cherry Tree Lane
Rostherne
Cheshire
WA14 3RZ
UK

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