Nat Fyfe Biography

Nat Fyfe

Quick Facts About Nat Fyfe

Celebrated Name Nat Fyfe
Age 29 Years
Nick Name Nat
Birth Name Nathan Fyfe
Birth Date 1991-09-18
Gender Male
Profession Footballer
Nationality Australian
Place Of Birth Lake Grace, Western Australia
Birth Nation Australia
Ethnicity Australian-white
Race White
Religion Christian
Horoscope Virgo
Father David Fyfe
Mother Christine Fyfe
Siblings 2
Marital Status Unmarried
Sexual Orientation Straight
Source of Wealth Football career
Net Worth $25 million
Height 192 cm (6 ft 4 in)
Weight 96 kg (212 lb)
Body Type Athletic
Shirt Number 7
Position Midfielder / forward
Current Team Fremantle
College / University Aquinas College
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Nathan Fyfe, a professional Australian rules footballer who is playing for the Fremantle Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL) is professionally known as Nat Fyfe. His jersey number is 7. He made his professional debut in 2010 for Fremantle whereas he was announced as Fremantle's captain in 2017. He played in the WAFL for Claremont before entering the AFL draft in 2009 and he was also the winner of the Doig Medal in 2013. Nat was also selected for Western Australia in the 2009 AFL National Under 18 Championships and played four of the five games, kicking nine goals. He received a nomination for the 2010 AFL Rising Star award in round 9 of the 2010 season.

Famous For

  • Being a professional Australian rules footballer.
  • For playing for the Fremantle Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).


What is Nat Fyfe Nationality?

Nat Fyfe stepped for the very first time on 18th September 1991 in Lake Grace, Western Australia. He was conceived with the birth name of Nathan Fyfe in a Christian religious family. He is of Australian nationality and he belongs to Australian-white ethnicity. Similarly, his religious belief is in the Christian religion. Nat's present age is 29 which he celebrated back in 2020. His star sign is Virgo and his race is white. Nat is the son of his father, David Fyfe, and his mother, Christine Fyfe. He has two siblings named Sheridan Fyfe and Liam Fyfe.

Nat attended Aquinas College and played in the WAFL for Claremont before entering the AFL draft in 2009.

What does Nathan Fyfe do for a living?

  • Nathan Fyfe jumps off his football career being selected by the Fremantle Dockers with the 20th pick in the 2009 national draft after which he made his debut in Fremantle's 39-point win over the Richmond Tigers in the annual Len Hall ANZAC Day game at Subiaco Oval in 2010.
  • Then, he was awarded the AFL Rising Star nomination for Round 9 in the 2010 AFL season after performing well in Fremantle's first victory over the Sydney Swans in Sydney since 1996.
  • He topped the club in disposals per game (25.1), total disposals (527), contested possessions (262), hard ball gets (107), total effective handballs (186), contested marks (43), smothers (19), and Dream Team points (98.4 per game).
  • He polled an equal team-high 13 Brownlow Medal votes and was selected in the initial All-Australian squad of 40 but did not make the final team.
  • Later he resigned with Fremantle on a three-year deal at the end of the 2011 season, set to expire in 2014.
  • As well, he made a strong start to the 2012 AFL Season with a best-on-ground performance against Geelong in their Round 1 match at Patersons Stadium, recording 30 disposals and 2 goals in the 4-point win over the Cats.
  • He returned to Fremantle in Round 18 against Port Adelaide, returning to his previous form by recording, 26 disposals and he was clearly Fremantle's best-contested possession winner (12.5), which was also 14th overall in the AFL.
  • Nat continued to improve throughout the 2013 AFL Season, increasing his avg disposals from the previous two years (25.9) and winning his first Doig Medal, beating out David Mundy.
  • He agreed to extend his contract with Fremantle for a further three years in late June and he began the 2014 AFL Season strongly but was controversially suspended for two weeks in Round 2 for a bump on Gold Coast player Michael Rischitelli.
  • Also, he was one of the first players to be suspended under a new rule that penalized the player for any head contact as a result of choosing to bump instead of tackle. 
  • He continued his strong form for the remainder of the season, increasing his avg disposal count from 25.9 to 27.0 a game, recording a career-high goal (24).
  • Again he was suspended late in the season for a behind-the-play strike on Jordan Lewis, missing the final two matches before returning for the finals.
  • His tremendous season was recognized when he received several individual honors, he was awarded Leigh Matthews Trophy at the 2014 AFL Players Association awards, as the league's most valuable player (MVP). 
  • He then received his second Doig Medal for successive seasons and made his first All-Australian team.
  • He carried his strong form into the 2015 AFL Season, recording 31 disposals, 1 goal, and 7 inside-fifties in Fremantle's round 1 win over Port Adelaide.
  • He became the first Brownlow Medal winner from Fremantle and polled three votes ahead of the previous winner, Matt Priddis.
  • Nat won his second Leigh Matthews Trophy at the 2015 AFL Players Association awards, as the league's most valuable player (MVP) for successive years, was named the WA Media Awards AFL Player of the Year, the WA Sports Star of the Year, and made his second successive All-Australian Team as a midfielder.
  • Nat started his 2016 AFL Season with a poor performance against the Western Bulldogs, only recording 15 disposals.
  • However, he was announced as Fremantle's captain in February 2017 and played in the 2017 JLT Community Series against the West Coast Eagles where he recorded 22 disposals in the 55-point loss. His stats decreased during the 2017 season, only averaging 26.4 disposals down from the 28.8 he averaged during the 2015 season.
  • Fyfe signed a six-year contract extension with Fremantle in July 2017 which is the longest contract extension in the club's history tying him to the Dockers until 2023.
  • He was in career-best form at the start of the 2018 AFL season, playing a match-winning hand in a number of the club's early wins. 
  • Fyfe recorded 30 disposals, 2 goals, and 7 inside-fifties in his 150th senior appearance for Fremantle and returned in Fremantle's round 22 clash against Geelong, recording 37 disposals and 7 clearances.
  • He once again missed the All-Australian Team, not making the 40-man squad.
  • Nat opened the 2019 AFL season strongly, recording 32 disposals, 8 inside-fifties, and 10 clearances in Fremantle's round 1 clash against North Melbourne.
  • He finished the season with career-high disposal (583) and a career-high average, increasing his disposal average to 29.
  • Then he made the 2019 All-Australian Team, his first time making it since 2015, and was named Captain of the team for the first time in his career.
  • Fyfe won his second Brownlow Medal, becoming a dual Brownlow Medallist, and becoming the 15th player in VFL/AFL history to win it twice.
  • He suffered a minor hamstring injury in round 4 against Gold Coast after a good start to the 2020 season, which was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • He went on to only miss one match, returning in Fremantle's comeback win against St Kilda to be among the best players with two goals.

Awards and Achivements

Team

  • McClelland Trophy (Fremantle): 2015

Individual

  • Fremantle captain: 2017-present
  • 2× Brownlow Medal: 2015, 2019
  • 2× Leigh Matthews Trophy: 2014, 2015
  • 3× All-Australian team: 2014, 2015, 2019 
  • 3× Doig Medal: 2013, 2014, 2019
  • Jim Stynes Medal: 2017
  • Australia representative honors in international rules football: 2017
  • All-Stars representative honors in the State of Origin for Bushfire Relief Match
  • AFLCA best young player of the year: 2011
  • 5× Geoff Christian Medal: 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2020
  • 2× Herald Sun Player of the Year: 2013, 2015
  • 2× Western Australian Sports Star of the Year: 2015, 2019 
  • 22under22 team: 2013
  • AFL Rising Star nominee: 2010

Who is Nat Fyfe Dating?

Nat Fyfe is an unmarried footballer. He was in a relationship with Elli Brashaw with whom he was at the Western Australian of the Year Awards in 2016. Though they were said to be 'inseparable,' it did not last long. He after that started to live his life in freedom. Regarding Nat's sexual orientation, he is straight. He is currently living and enjoying a single life however, an Australian sportswoman, Ellyse Perry was spotted in Fremantle Dockers' rooms after Fyfe's 200th game.

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What is the Net Worth of Nat Fyfe?

Nat Fyfe Australian  rules footballer

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Nat Fyfe has a net worth of $25 million as of 2021 whereas his exact amount of salary has not been disclosed yet. With his calm and easy-going personality, he is expected to get more popular in the coming years, and we can expect him to climb the ladders of success in the sport. Nat has not done any endorsement work yet. His major source of income is from his football career. 

How tall is Nat Fyfe?

Nat Fyfe is 192 cm (6 ft 4 in) tall and his body weighs around 96 kg (212 lb). He has an athletic body build. His physique combined with his perfect height and masculine look takes him to the top of the desired list in the young gen women. Nat has blonde hair and blue eyes color. 

Did You Know?

  • Nat made his professional debut in 2010 for Fremantle.
  • He played in the WAFL for Claremont before entering the AFL draft in 2009.
  • n 2013 he was the winner of the Doig Medal.
  • He has drawn comparisons to legend James Hird.
  • He was also selected for Western Australia in the 2009 AFL National Under 18 Championships.