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Chris Schmidt was born on 20 March, 1989 in South Australia, Australia. Discover Chris Schmidt's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?

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Age 35 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 20 March, 1989
Birthday 20 March
Birthplace South Australia, Australia
Nationality Australia

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Chris Schmidt Height, Weight & Measurements

At 35 years old, Chris Schmidt height is 189 cm and Weight 82 kg.

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Weight 82 kg
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Chris Schmidt Net Worth

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New West Adelaide senior coach Mark Mickan, himself a former player for both the Crows and West Adelaide where he is part of the Bloods Hall of Fame, appointed Schmidt as West Adelaide's new club captain for 2014 following the retirement of Ryan Ferguson.

After a disappointing 2014 SANFL season in which The Bloods slumped to 9th place (second last) on the ladder, Westies bounced back in 2015 to finish the minor round in 3rd place. Schmidt then led the club to its first SANFL premiership since 1983 with a dominant display in the 2015 SANFL Grand Final, amassing 44 disposals for the game (the most be any SANFL player in 2015) and winning the Jack Oatey Medal as the best player in the Grand Final as Westies defeated minor premiers Woodville-West Torrens by 30 points at the Adelaide Oval. Schmidt joins Bernie Leahy (1908, 1909), Jos Dailey (1911, 1912), Bruce McGregor (1927), Johnny Taylor (1947), Neil Kerley (1961) and Ian Borchard (1983) as a West Adelaide premiership winning captains.


In the 2013 Foxtel Cup Grand Final, Schmidt collected 26 disposals and nine clearances, at 81 per cent disposal efficiency. He was awarded the Coles Medal, as the player best on ground.


He returned to the SANFL in 2012, again playing for West Adelaide.


Schmidt was delisted by Adelaide at the end of the 2011 AFL season.


Schmidt returned to South Australia when he was drafted at number 26 in the 2009 Rookie Draft by Adelaide. He played senior football for his previous club, West Adelaide, before being elevated from the Crows rookie list due to a Brodie Martin long term injury.


He was drafted by Brisbane Lions with the 34th selection in the 2006 AFL Draft from West Adelaide in the SANFL. Debuting for Brisbane in Round 10, 2007 as an 18-year-old against Richmond, Schmidt struggled with just 1 kick and 5 handballs. The match ended in a draw. Schmidt played only one more game for the club, the following round against the Western Bulldogs, and only managed 3 disposals. His Lions career was riddled with injuries, including osteitis pubis and a persistent shoulder problem. Schmidt played most of his footy with the Suncoast Lions during this period. He was delisted at the end of the 2008 season.


Chris Schmidt (born 20 March 1989) is an Australian rules footballer. He formerly played in the AFL, for the Brisbane Lions and Adelaide. He now plays for SANFL club West Adelaide, the club he was originally drafted from. Schmidt holds the SANFL record for lowest goals to games ratio.