Andrew Flintoff Net Worth 2018

Who is Andrew Flintoff and what is his net worth 2018? Andrew Freddie Flintoff, a former professional cricketer and also a professional boxer. He was born on 6 December in the town Preston in Lancashire in England in the year 1977. His father Colin Flintoff was a plumber and a maintenance worker in a factory. He was also the captain of Dutton Forshaw second XI cricket team. Andrew attended his schooling from Greenland Community Primary School and high school from Ribbleton Hall High School. He left school at the age of 16 yrs and has also played in under-11s, under-15s team for Lancashire School and under-19s team for England.

Nicknamed as Freddie and The King, he is a man with more power and full of strength heart and soul. After being diagnosed with the serious knee injury and going through step by step treatment and rehabilitation for around 389 days he decided to get retire from cricket in September 2010 with no other option left. He played for the England Test international, for Chennai Super Kings in IPL, Lancashire and also for Brisbane Heat in Big Bash League.

Andrew Flintoff Net Worth

He has suffered from numbers of regular injuries in his cricket career due to his heavy frame and bowling action. He got problem of deep vein thrombosis in his knees after the surgery. He played as a professional boxer first in 2012 and beat American Richard Dawnson. Andrew came back to cricket in 2014 to play for Lancashire in Twenty20 cricket. But after that he had a bad session with Brisbane Heat and later he announced his final retirement in 2015.

He has also been the winner of the first series Australian version of a show named as “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me out Of Here!” He has hosted 2015 series of ‘Special Forces- Ultimate Hell Week’.

Net Worth of Andrew Flintoff

Andrew Flintoff holds a net worth of $16 million. Andrew is a multi talented person and has not only been a cricketer, but has played diverse variety of professional talents being an actor, host of show, presenter and many roles. He is also a writer and has written many books like My Life in pictures, being freddy, ashes to ashes and many more.

He has earned majority of his earnings from cricket only but he also earned from TV shows, endorsements of Jacamo, Red Bull, Morrison Audi, Puma and many more.

Andrew is married to Rachael Wools in London and the couple have two sons and one daughter. Andrew with his family currently resides in Surrey. He owns house in Cheshire village from Manchester city of worth £4 million. He also have house property in Barbados, London and Dubai. Andrew have an Audi Q7 and a Range Rover sport. Not only cars, he is a bike lover too and owns a Harley Davidson and Borgets fatso bikes too.

Flintoff won the Wisden leading cricketer in the world award in 2005. He bagged the PCA player of the year award in 2004 and 2005, ICC player of the year in 2005, ICC ODI player of the year in 2004, ICC World One Day- XI consecutively from 2004 to 2006 and ICC World Test XI in 2006. He was also honoured Cricket Writer’s Club Young Cricketer of the year in 1998. In 2005 he won the Compton-Miller medal, won Sir Garfield Sobers trophy, also honoured as BBC Sports personality of the year and won MCC Spirit of Cricket Award. He has also won NBC Denis Compton award in 1997 and Walter Lawrence Trophy in 1999.

Andrew is always a cricket star of England. He is a superman having multi qualities of diverse things. He has excelled in every role and work he has done yet and has won as a champion always. We look forward to his more accomplishments and surprising roles.