|June 22, 1949
|74 YEARS OLD
Russell Frank Ebert, a renowned Australian Rules Footballer, is expected to have a net worth ranging from $100,000 to $1 million by the year 2024. As an accomplished athlete in the field of Australian Rules Football, Ebert has garnered significant success and recognition throughout his career. His undeniable talent, unwavering dedication, and numerous achievements in the sport have contributed to his financial success. With his impressive net worth projection, it is evident that Ebert's career has not only brought him glory on the field but has also translated into substantial financial gains.
Widely considered one of the greatest Australian rules football players of all time. He is universally regarded as the greatest player to ever play with Port Adelaide Football Club and was active from the late 1960s to the 1980s and then as a coach in the 1980s and 90s.
He joined Port Adelaide in 1968 where he played with them until 1978. He joined North Melbourne for a single season in 1979 before returning to Port Adelaide in 1980.
He is the only player to ever have won four Magarey Medals. He is one of four Australia rules football players to have a statue at Adelaide Oval.
He was born in Berri, South Australia. He is the fourth of six children to Albert and Doreen Ebert. He is married to Dian Lehmann and they have three children Tammie, Ben, and Brett.
His nephew Brad Ebert also plays for Port Adelaide Football Club.