Steve Smith Net Worth 2022: Salary, IPL Price, Income, Cars, House, Wife, Endorsements

Steve Smith’s net worth is $30 million in 2022, which is around INR 239 crores in Indian rupees. Steve Smith’s rise as Australia’s greatest modern-day batsman is an interesting tale of grit and hard work.

From being a leg spinner during his Junior days to be one of the modern-day greats, Smith has been one of the most successful run-getters of the current generation. 

The 32-year-old was a leg spinner but later turned into a proper batsman. His selection was also criticized by many in Australian cricket. Some argued that Steve Smith was a better batter than a leg-spinner. 

After Australia couldn’t win the 2010-11 Ashes, Smith’s selection was also criticized as the 32-year-old was still a leg spinner during that time who batted at number 6 or 7.

Smith started to work on his batting skills, and in the next 2-3 years, he started showcasing his quality with the bat. 

steve with dani willis
Credits: Instagram

Smith’s unorthodox technique was questioned, but he proved everyone wrong when he started to score heavily in the long as well as the limited-overs format. 

Smith can play elegant cover drives and can cut the ball in gaps with his fine balance. Smith can also play some fine flicks with his unorthodox style of play. He plays the spinners quite well, guiding the ball well in the gaps.

Read more to find details about Steve Smith’s net worth, net worth in rupees, wife, gf, age, height in feet, car collection, endorsements, IPL price, salary, house, biography, family, and other details.


Steve Smith Net Worth 2022

Steve Smith has a net worth of $30 Million in 2022. His net worth in rupees is around Rs 158 crores. His income from BBL, cricket Australia, investments, and other domestic tournaments he plays worldwide contribute to his net worth.

Name Steve Smith
Profession Cricketer
Net Worth (in Rupees)INR 158 crore
Net Worth in Dollars $30 million
Monthly Income$500,000+
Annual Income$5 million (INR 40 crore)
Income SourceCricket, Endorsements, Advertisements
Cricket Australia salaryAU$1.3 million (INR 10 crore)
IPL salaryINR 2.2 crore (2021)
The Hundred salary£125,000 (INR 1.2 crore)
Brand Endorsement FeeINR 1 crore

Steve smith and dani in pink
Credits: Instagram


Steve Smith Salary 2022

Steve Smith has an annual salary of $5 Million. The board of cricket Australia pays a hefty amount to Smith to keep his services.

CompetitionSalary
Annual salary$5 Million
Cricket Australia contract$1.3 Million
Test match fee$20,000
ODI match fee$15,000
T20 match fee$10,000

Apart from his cricket Australia contract, the majority of his income comes from his business and real-estate investments, and other domestic tournaments he plays around the world.

Steve Smith also endorses big brands like Snappr.com, Koala mattress, New Balance, and more, contributing to his annual income. 

Smith represents many domestic teams around the globe, including Sydney Sixers, Barbados Tridents, Worcestershire, Delhi Capitals, and more, and earns a massive amount of money playing for these teams.


Steve Smith IPL Salary 2022

Steve Smith went unsold in the IPL auctions of 2022. He was previously part of the Delhi Capitals franchise, earning INR 2.2 crore as per is contract. Smith has made a total of INR 47.8 crores in the IPL so far.

YearTeamSalary
2021Delhi Capitals₹ 22,000,000
2020 (Retain)Rajasthan Royals₹ 125,000,000
2019 (Retain)Rajasthan Royals₹ 125,000,000
2018 (Suspended)Rajasthan RoyalsNA
2017Rising Pune Supergiant₹ 55,000,000
2016Rising Pune Supergiant₹ 40,000,000
2015Rajasthan Royals₹ 40,000,000
2014Rajasthan Royals₹ 40,000,000
2013Pune Warriors India₹ 10,654,000
2012Pune Warriors India₹ 10,054,000
2011Kochi Tuskers Kerala₹ 9,200,000
2010Royal Challengers Bangalore₹ 1,388,700
Total Earnings₹ 478,296,700

Due to his below part performance in the 2021 IPL, Smith was not retained by the Delhi franchise and was not picked by any team in the 2022 IPL auctions.  


Steve Smith Biography, Wiki, Family

Steve Peter Devereux Smith was born on 2nd June 1989 in Kogarah, New south wales. His father’s name is Peter Smith, while his mother’s name is Gillian Smith.

Steve Smith with family
Steve Smith with family

His elder sister’s name is Kristie Smith. Smith completed his education at Alfords Point Primary school and Menai High school, Sutherlandshire.

Name Steven Peter Devereux Smith
Age 32 years old
Father’s NamePeter Smith
Mother’s NameGillian Smith
SiblingsElder sister- Kristie Smith
Marital StatusMarried 
GirlfriendDanielle Willis
Date of Birth2nd June 1989
Place of BirthSydney, New south wales, Australia
Nationality Australian
ReligionChristianity
CasteNA
NicknameSchmidt, Smudge, Smithy, God
HoroscopeGemini
EducationAlfords Point Primary school,Menai High school, Sutherland shire
ProfessionCricketer
Hair ColorBlonde
Eye ColorLight Blue
Height175 cm or 5’9″
Weight78 kg
Home TownSydney, New south wales, Australia
HobbiesFootball, Playing Golf and Surfing,
Coach/Mentor Trent Woodhill
Batting StyleRight-handed
Bowling StyleRight-arm leg spin
Net Worth$20 million
Year Salary$3 million
Domestic TeamsNew south wales, Worcestershire, Sydney Sixers, Pune Warriors, Rajasthan Royals, Rising Pune Supergiants, Barbados Tridents, Comilla Victorians, Delhi Capitals
Jersey Number #49  for Australia and in IPL


Steve Smith Wife Dani Willis

Steve Smith’s wife’s name is Dani Willis. The couple got married in 2018. Dani is from Sydney and completed her higher education at Macquire University.

Willis is a former water polo player and swimmer. She began her career as a swimmer and later played for the Water Polo team.

Currently, she is a professional lawyer. Smith married Dani Willis in Berrima, New South Wales, in September 2018.

Steve Smith Wife Dani Willis
Steve Smith Wife Dani Willis


10 Interesting Facts about Steve Smith

Here are some interesting and unknown facts about Steve Smith:

  • Steve Smith was a part of the 2008 U-19 world cup team in Malaysia.
  • Smith’s father is an Australian, but his mother is British, which is why Smith has dual citizenship.
  • Smith was the 2nd highest wicket-taker in the 2010 ICC T20 World Cup.
  • Smith’s 769 runs against India in the 2014-15 Border Gavaskar trophy are the highest runs scored by an Australian against India in any series.
  • During his initial days as a leg spinner, Smith trained under the legendary and late Shane Warne.
  • Smith was awarded the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy, which is also called the ICC Cricketer of the Year award in 2015, ICC test player of the year award in 2015 and 2017, and ICC Men’s test player of the decade.
  • The right-hander was awarded the Allan Border Medal in 2015, 2018, and 2021.
  • Smith was named in the Wisden Cricketers of the year list in 2016.
  • Smith’s test batting ratings went up to 947 in December 2017, only one behind the great Sir Donald Bradman’s 961 rating point.
  • During the 2014-15 test series against India in Australia, Smith scored centuries in every first inning and became the 45th captain for Australia in tests in that series.


Steve Smith House, Address

Steve Smith lives with his wife Dani in a luxurious apartment in Vaucluse, Sydney. He bought the lavish mansion in 2020 at a whopping $6.6 million or approximately INR 50 crore.

He also owns a penthouse in Coogee (New South Wales), which he bought 11 years ago for $1.75 Million.

Steve Smith House.
Steve Smith House. Credits: Nine


Steve Smith Investments

Many cricket fans might not know this, but Steve Smith is not only a great cricketer but a tremendous business investor as well. His startup and real-estate investments contribute greatly to his astonishing net worth of $30 million.

Real-Estate Investments: 

Smith is an avid real estate investor, having bought and flipped many properties for massive profits. He has been flipping houses for over a decade, adding millions of dollars to his net worth. 

  • Smith bought a mansion in Vaucluse for $6.6 million and sold it 2 years later for $12.38.
  • He bought a penthouse in Coogee for $1.75 million and still lives there. 
  • In 2015, he bought a house in Balmain for $2 million. It is leased for $2200 a week.
  • In 2016, he purchased a three-bedroom house in Balmain for $1.41 million. The house is leased for $1600 per week. 

Startup Investments: 

Apart from real estate, Steve Smith is also an angel investor. He has invested in various startups, many of whom have increased his net worth many folds. 

  • In 2015, Smith invested $100,000 in a mattress company Koala. The company is now worth more than AU$150 million and is one of the biggest mattress companies in Australia. His 10% stake in the company is now worth more than $12 million (Rs 94 crore) !
  • In 2016, Steve invested $100,000 in the online photography marketplace Snappr. His stake in the company has now seen a growth of 600%.
  • In 2020, Smith invested $200,000 in online shopping rewards startup, Cashrewards. 


Steve Smith Car Collection

Steve Smith is a massive car lover and is often seen at many Formula one events and Horse Races.

Smith has many lavish cars in his garage. Here’s a look at his car collection:

CarPrice (INR)
Porsche CayenneINR 1.20 crores +
Audi Q7INR 80 Lakhs +
BMW M2INR 1 crore +
Mercedes-Benz C200INR 45 Lakhs +
Range RoverINR 80 Lakhs +
BMW 530d M SportINR 65 Lakhs +
Rolls-Royce INR 5 crore +


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Career

The right-hander began his domestic career for New South Wales against Western Australia in January 2008.

The 33-year-old played in the 2009 T20 Champions League for New South Wales and won the trophy.

New south wales beat Trinidad & Tobago in the final as Smith took 2 wickets and scored 33 runs in the final. In the 2009-10 domestic season, Smith averaged above 50 in 13 first-class games.

The leg spinner returned with figures of 7/64 in the last game against South Australia of that season. In the 2008 Big Bash league, Smith took 9 wickets for New south wales.

Smith joined Sydney Sixers in the 2011-12 season and was made the captain of the side. In that Big bash League season, he scored 166 runs in 9 games with a strike rate of 130.71 and took 9 catches in the entire series.

Smith played in the Global T20 tournament in Canada in 2018 and scored 167 in 6 games with two fifties to his name. The right-hander scored 85 in 91 balls for Sutherland against Mosman.

Steve smith in traditional Indian clothes with Rahane
Steve smith in traditional Indian clothes with Rahane

He has also played in the Pakistan Super League as well as for Comilla Victorians in the Bangladesh Premier League.

Smith has scored 12510 runs in 144 first-class games with 43 centuries and 56 half-centuries to his name and the highest score of 256.

The right-hander’s batting average is 56.09 in first-class cricket, and has taken 69 wickets with best bowling figures of 7/64.

International Career

Smith made his T20I and ODI debut against Pakistan and West Indies in February 2010. The leg spinner took 11 wickets in the 2010 ICC T20 world cup in the Caribbean.

Smith made his test debut against Pakistan in the same year. In the first test, he took 3/51 in the second innings, which Australia won by 150 runs.

In the 2010-11 Ashes series, Smith scored 2 half-centuries. Smith played a crucial role in the second test scoring 77 runs. Smith played his next test match after a gap of 2 years in 2013 when Australia toured India.

Though Australia lost the test series 4-0, Smith was becoming more mature as a player.

The turning point in his career came when he scored 345 runs in 5 tests against Australia in the Ashes series in 2013 with an average of 38.33. Still, Australia lost the series 3-0.

During the 2013-14 ashes series in Australia, Smith scored 327 runs helping Australia retain the Ashes with a 5-0 scoreline.

After the Ashes, Smith continued with his fine run scoring 269 runs in 3 tests against South Africa with an average of 67.25.

Smith scored 174 against Pakistan in the 2-match test series in Abu Dhabi in 2010 with an average of 43.5 runs.

After this series, South Africa toured Australia for the ODI series in South Africa, with Smith scoring 254 runs at an average of 84.66 as Australia won the series 4-1.

In the next test series against India at home, Smith scored heavily, scoring 769 runs with an average of 128.16. Australia won the Border Gavaskar trophy 2-0.

Smith played a vital role for Australia in the 2015 ICC world cup scoring 402 runs with an average of 67.

He also played a vital role against the West Indies in the Test series that followed later as he scored 283 in 2 tests as the Aussies beat West Indies by a 2-0 scoreline.

In the next series against England, Smith again was the center point in the batting department scoring 508 runs with an average of 56.44.

Although Australia lost the Ashes 3-2, Smith’s performance was the silver lining. After this series, Smith was elected as a full-time captain. In the 2 match test series against Newzealand in February 2016, Smith scored 262 runs.

In the tour of Srilanka, Australia lost 3-0, with Smith scoring 247 runs with an average of 41. Smith was earlier criticized for not possessing the footwork to play on Indian wickets.

However, he proved everyone wrong when he scored 499 runs with an average of 71.29 and by scoring 3 centuries against India in India in a 3 match test series in 2017.

During the 2017-18 Ashes series, Smith again looked in wonderful form scoring 687 runs in the series with an average of 137.40 and scoring 2 half-centuries and 3 centuries.

Smith scored a brilliant 239 in the last game of the Ashes series. Smith had to face a ban of 12 months after his involvement in the ball-tampering case.

Smith looked in decent form in the ICC world cup in England and Wales in 2019, scoring 379 runs with an average of 37.90 and with four fifties to his name.

In the Ashes series that followed later, Smith scored 774 runs with an average of 110.57, scoring 3 centuries and 3 half-centuries.

In the 2020-21 3-match ODI series against India in Australia, Smith scored 216 runs and was declared the man of the series.

In the 4-match test series against India, Smith scored 313 runs, although Australia lost the series 2-1.

Smith scored 244 runs in the 2021-22 Ashes 5-match test series. Australia won the Ashes 4-0.

IPL Career

Smith began his IPL career in 2010 when he was brought in to replace New Zealand all-rounder Jesse Ryder as the Australian was bought for a sum of $200000 in the 2011 auction by Kochi Tuskers Kerala.

He was then called on to replace Mitchell Marsh in the Pune Warriors dugout in 2012.

In 2014, Smith again switched camps, as Rajasthan Royals bought him for a sum of INR 4 crores in the auctions. He was made the skipper in some games and enjoyed success as a captain.

In 2016, he was bought by Rising Pune Supergiants for the same sum. He scored 101 in 54 balls against Gujarat Lions and followed it up with a fine 45 against Mumbai Indians in the next game. Unfortunately, he had to sit out for the remaining games due to a wrist injury.

He was made the captain by Rising Pune Supergiants in the 2017 season and scored 84 in his first game as captain for the franchisee. In that season, Rising Pune Supergiants finished at the number 2 position, and Smith was praised for his captaincy.

He scored 472 runs in that season with an average of 39.33 with 3 fifties to his name. In the 2019 IPL season, the 32-year-old scored 319 runs with an average of 39.87 with three half-centuries to his name.

In the 2018 and 2019 IPL auctions, Smith was bought by Rajasthan Royals for a big sum of INR 12.50 crore. In 2021, he was bought by Delhi Capitals for a sum of INR 2.20 crore but went unsold in the 2022 auctions.

Stats

Batting & Fielding
FormatMatRunsHSAveSR100s50s4s6sCt
Test87816123960.0054.07283690045141
ODI130445916443.2988.4311263854270
T20I579289026.51125.7404762339
FC1461266123956.2755.564456145892227
List A179647616446.9289.0014405409199
T20229472410130.08125.27121416107130
Bowling
FormatMatRunsWktsBBIAveEconSR4w5w
Test87990183/1855.004.1379.700
ODI130971283/1634.675.4138.400
T20I57377173/2022.177.7717.100
FC1463633697/6452.654.1575.921
List A1791840473/1639.145.4343.100
T202291056544/1319.557.6815.220


Steve Smith Social Media Profiles

The cricketer has a lot of followers on social media. 

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Steve Smith Brand Endorsements and Ambassador

According to reports, Steve Smith has a brand endorsement fee of INR 1 crore. The legendary batter has been the face of many prominent brands, earning him hefty sums of money and contributing to his net worth.

Here’s a list of brands endorsed by Steve Smith:

  • New Balance
  • Commonwealth Bank
  • Koala Mattress
  • Sanitarium
  • Fitbit
  • Weet Bix
  • Gillette
  • Vodafone
  • Trade360
  • Luxicar


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the net worth of Steve Smith?

Steve Smith has a net worth of around $30 Million (Rs 239 Crores).

What is the Salary of Steve Smith?

Steve Smith earns an estimated salary of $5 Million + per year.

Who is Steve Smith wife?

Steve Smith’s wife’s name is Dani Willis. The couple got married in 2018. Dani is from Sydney and completed her higher education at Macquire University.

How much does Steve Smith get paid?

Steve Smith gets paid $1.3 Million by cricket Australia as his retainer fees for representing his country. He also makes $20,000 per Test, $15,000 per ODI, and $10,000 per T20I.


Steve Smith Net Worth 2022: Conclusion

We hoped you liked our article about Steve Smith’s net worth where we discussed about his IPL salary, net worth in rupees, wife, birth place, gf, height, age, father, wiki, biography, endorsements, car collection, salary, house address, and other details.

Steve Smith has been one of the most consistent run-getters in Australian cricket, having a vast amount of experience playing in different situations and different conditions in modern-day cricket.

The right-hander is quite unorthodox with his style of play, but the 32-year-old has looked technically as well as defensively effective in all types of wickets.

Smith’s focus will be on the T20 World cup in Australia this year, but his main aim would be to do well for next year’s limited-overs world cup in India.

Smith has performed well on Indian wickets, and his presence and form would be crucial for the Aussies.

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