| On Apr 2, 2022 12:14 PM IST

Matthew Wade Wife, Age, Height, BBL, Tattoo, Batting Stats, IPL


Matthew Wade is a typical chirpy wicket-keeper from Australia. Wade scored a century on his debut Test. He was a part of the national squad for good 2-3 years but could not cement his place in the side.


Name: Matthew Wade

Nickname: Wadey 

Role: WicketKeeper Batsman

International Debut

Test: vs West Indies at Bridgetown, Apr 7-11, 2012 

ODI: vs India at Melbourne, Feb 5, 2012

T20I: vs South Africa at Cape Town, Oct 21, 2011

Career Turning Point: 

Jersey Number: #13

Major Teams: Australia, Australia A, Australia Under-19s, Australian Centre of Excellence, Australian Institute of Sports, Clarence, Delhi Daredevils, Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Renegades, Melbourne Stars, Tasmania, Tasmania Institute of Sport, Tasmania Second XI, Tasmania Under-17s, Tasmania Under-19s, Tasmania Under-19s, Victoria, Warwickshire
Matthew Wade IPL Team: NA


Picture Source: Getty Images
  • He scored 72 off 43 while playing against India and won Man of the Match in his debut T20I.

Matthew Wade Wife

Picture Source: Instagram

Marital Status: Married

Matthew Wade Girlfriend: NA

Matthew Wade Wife: Julia Barry 

Marriage Date: 2013

Children: Daughter (Winter WAde)


In 2013, he was caught tampering the pitch while he was batting and charged as a fine of 50% of his match fees.

Matthew Wade Height (approx.): 5ft 7in

Weight (approx.): 73 Kg

Eye Colour: Hazel Blue

Hair Colour: Brown 

Date of Birth: 26th December 1987 

Matthew Wade Age (as of May 2021): 31 Years

Birth Place: Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 

Nationality: Australian

Zodiac sign/Sun sign:  Capricorn 

School: NA

College: NA

Educational Qualifications: NA

Signature: NA

Matthew Wade Father: Scott Wade (Former Australian Football player and Administrator) 

Mother: NA

Sister: NA

Brother: NA

Coach/Mentor: NA

Religion: Christianity

Address: Tasmania, Australia

Hobbies: Fishing, Playing Golf 

Matthew Wade Tattoo

  • At a very young age, he represents Tasmania in Football and Cricket.
  • When Wade was just 16 he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. And after the two Chemotherapy, he was declared free from the disease.

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