Chris Robshaw Net Worth

October 5, 2015

Chris Robshaw Net Worth: Chris Robshaw is a well known English rugby union player. His net worth estimated to be approximately $2 million.

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Robshaw plays as a flanker in the back row on the English national team. He is the current (as of October 2015) captain of the England national rugby union team and has been since the 2014-15 season. Robshaw is also a member of the London based Harlequins club, but gave up the captaincy to focus on being England captain.

Robshaw started playing rugby for Warlingham RFC at the early age of 7 after his father died when he was only 5 years old. He then moved to Millfield Preparatory School and then where he was first team captain.

Rugby Career

In 2004, Robshaw played for England’s Under 18 school. The next year, he made his First XV debut. Notable events include scoring 2 tries in the 42–3 victory over the Pertemps Bees.

He made his Premiership debut in the London double header at the start of the 2007–08 season, after which he went on to be included in the England Saxons squad; there he won the Churchill Cup in the summer of 2008.

Chris led his team to 4 wins out of five matches during winter 2012’s RBS 6 Nations Championship and to 24 victories out of 40 games overall and was able to maintain extremely high performance during the season. The wins include the 21-16 victory over Wales in Cardiff in February and the amazing 38-21 win over New Zealand at Twickenham in December 2012.

It was England’s biggest win, since the 13-point margin at Twickenham back in 1936, and ended the All Blacks’ unbeaten streak of 20 games. Chris went on to lead his team to a 38-18 Calcutta Cup victory over Scotland at Twickenham in February 2013.

Basic Facts:

Full name: Christopher Denis Robshaw
Date of birth: 4 June 1986 (age 29)
Place of birth: Redhill, Surrey
Height: 1.88 m (6 feet 2 in)
Weight: 110 kg

Chris Robshaw has an estimated net worth of $2 Million, based on current and average professional rugby salaries.