Bernard Foley - Bio, Net Worth, Age, Wiki, Height, Facts, Career

Bernard Foley

Facts About Bernard Foley

Celebrated Name Bernard Foley
Age 33 Years Old
Nick Name the iceman
Birth Name Bernard Foley
Birth Date 1989-09-08
Gender Male
Profession Rugby Player
Birth Nation Australia
Nationality Australian
Place Of Birth Sydney, New South Wales
College / University Redfield College
University Sydney University
Height 1.82 m
Weight 89 Kg
Marital Status Unmarried
Coach Michael Cheika
Current Team New South Wales Waratahs
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An Australian rugby player with the Australia national rugby team and the New South Wales Waratahs in Super Rugby is popularly named Bernard Foley. His nickname is "the iceman".

What is Bernard Foley Famous For?

  • Famous as an Australian professional rugby player.

Where is Bernard Foley from?

Bernard Foley was born on 8th September 1989 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. His father's name is Michael Foley, a lawyer but his mother's name is not known. His brother, Conor, plays for the Australian national American football team as a running back. His nationality is Australian and he is of Irish descent from his father's side.

Talking about his education, Foley attended Redfield College and graduated from Sydney University.

Early and International Career of Bernard Foley

  • In the year 2009, Foley started his career in Rugby Sevens and later became the silver medalist in this.
  • He was also named the 2011 Australian Sevens Player of the Year.
  • In the 2014 Super Rugby season, he scored a total of 252 points.
  • Foley signed a three-year flexible contract with the Australian Rugby Union in July 2015.
  • His 2015, 2016, and 2017 season was very unsuccessful for both Foley and the Waratahs.
  • Moving to the Super Rugby Finals, Waratahs won three and lost two with Foley scoring 57 points.
  • He made his debut against Argentina in the final match of the 2013 Rugby Championship.
  • He made his Rugby World Cup 2015 debut against Fiji.
  • Foley finished the tournament with eighty-two points and later Australia was defeated in the final of the World Cup with a score of 34–17.
  • He started the 2018 season against Soth African.
  • In July 2018, Michael Cheika, his coach, announced that he would be sending a 34-man New South Wales Barbarians squad to Argentina.
  • At Sydney's Brookvale Oval, Foley faced the Hurricanes in the opening round of the 2019 season. Following a try by Waratahs center Curtis Rona and four penalty goals in the third, twelfth, sixteenth, and forty-fourth minutes, Foley Scored a conversion kick in the 44th minute. Late in the game, though, Foley missed a penalty shot. 19-20 was the Waratahs'loss. 
  • In Round 2, the Sunwolves and Waratahs met in Tokyo. In a windy game, Foley kicked two conversions while mission two others. By one point, the Waratahs prevailed (30-31). 
  • Foley faced the Queensland Reds at the Sydney Cricket Ground following round three bye. He won by eleven points after kicking three penalty goals and converting two of the three scoring tries.
  • At the 2019 Rugby World Cup, Foley played a total of 160 minutes of rugby for the Wallabies and scored three points.

Is Bernard Foley married?

Bernard Foley, a 32 years Rugby player, is not married yet and is presumably single. Because he has not spoken about his private life to the media.

How tall is Bernard Foley?

Bernard Foley has got a tall height of 1.82 m and a balanced weight of 89 Kg. He has a pair of black eyes and his hair color is brown.

What is the Net Worth of Bernard Foley?

Bernard Foley's success as a rugby player is mostly attributed to his wealth. The rugby player has accumulated a net worth of around $1 million. However, his salary has not yet been disclosed, but it will be updated soon.

Trivias About Bernard Foley You Need To Know.

  • He joined the NSW Waratahs in 2011.
  • He was a silver medalist while playing with the Australian Sevens rugby team.
  • His father, Michael, was a lawyer who once snuck out to see Bernard play right after undergoing heart surgery.
  • He played rugby for Sydney University before turning professional.