Ryan Hoffman Net Worth


Ryan Hoffman’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Ryan Hoffman was born on 26 January, 1984 in Campbelltown, Australia. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Ryan Hoffman’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 37 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 26 January 1984
Birthday 26 January
Birthplace Campbelltown, Australia
Nationality Australia

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Ryan Hoffman’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Ryan Hoffman is 37 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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On 1 February 2017, new Warriors coach Stephen Kearney announced that Hoffman would be replaced as captain and would not be re-signed for the 2018 season.

On 10 October 2017 the Melbourne Storm announced that Hoffman will return to the club on a 1-year deal that will see him end his playing career at the club. On Tuesday the 3rd of July Hoffman publicly announced that he was retiring at the end of the 2018 NRL season.


On 17 February 2016 Hoffman was named the new club captain, after incumbent captain Simon Mannering stepped down from the role. Hoffman is the second Australian to have captained the New Zealand club, after Steve Price.


In April 2015 Hoffman played his 250th NRL career game against his former club Melbourne Storm at AAMI Park.


On 7 May 2014 Hoffman announced that he had signed a three-year deal with the New Zealand Warriors, worth an estimated $1.6 million.


He set up the first try for teammate Billy Slater in the 2013 World Club Challenge victory over Leeds.


Hoffman signed a new deal to return to the NRL and the Melbourne Storm in 2012. He played in their 2012 Premiership victory over Canterbury-Bankstown, scoring the first try.


He then featured in the 2011 World Club Challenge where Wigan lost 15–21 to St George Illawarra Dragons in their first home game of the season.

Hoffman played in the 2011 Challenge Cup Final victory over the Leeds Rhinos at Wembley Stadium, playing as a second-row forward, helping the side to defeat Leeds 28-18.


In July 2010, Hoffman signed with Super League club Wigan Warriors, where he was given the #16 shirt and replaced Phil Bailey at second-row.

On 10 June, Hoffman became just the 27th player (in the game) to reach the 300th game milestone. In his 300th game, he scored the first try of the game (in the first half) and kicked a conversion goal (to Hingano’s try, in the 80th minute) during the Warriors’ 34-12 round 14 win against the Gold Coast Titans.


He was selected for City in the City vs Country match on 8 May 2009.


In 2008, Hoffman was named in the New South Wales starting side in all three Origin matches.

In August 2008, he was named in the Australia national rugby league team preliminary 46-man Kangaroos squad for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup.


In 2007, Hoffman was part of the Melbourne team which won the Grand Final, defeating Manly by 34–8. He played in the 2009 NRL Grand Final victory over the Parramatta Eels, scoring the opening try. In 2010, both premierships which Hoffman won with Melbourne were stripped due to the club’s multiple and deliberate breaches of the salary cap between 2006-2010.

He was named as the 18th man for Australia in the 2007 ANZAC Test against New Zealand. In October, 2007, he was selected in the run-on side for the Centenary Test against New Zealand in Wellington.

Again as 18th man, Hoffman was on stand-by for the 2007 New South Wales State of Origin Team in game 1 of the series. He was selected on the bench in game 2 and 3 of the same series.


Following the 2006 NRL Grand Final loss to the Brisbane Broncos, Hoffman sat in the middle of Telstra Stadium in tears, an image which was printed in newspapers all around Australia.


Hoffman started his NRL career with the Melbourne Storm in 2003. In 2006, his improving form led to him being selected for the New South Wales City Origin side for the first time. It also earned him the Storm’s Forward of the Year award. In addition, he was named in the second row for Melbourne Storm’s team of the decade.


While attending Campbelltown St. Gregory’s College, Hoffman played for the Australian Schoolboys team in 2002.


Ryan Hoffman (born 26 January 1984) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 2000s and 2010s. He played for Melbourne Storm and the New Zealand Warriors in the National Rugby League, and the Wigan Warriors in the Super League, as a second-row or lock.

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