Age, Biography and Wiki
Maurie Fa'asavalu is a former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 2000s and 2010s. He played for the St. Helens, Harlequins RL, South Sydney Rabbitohs and the London Broncos in the Super League. He also represented Samoa at international level. Fa'asavalu was born on 12 January 1980 in Apia, Samoa. He is 40 years old as of 2020. He stands at 6 feet and 2 inches tall and weighs around 104 kg. Fa'asavalu is currently single and there is no information available about his past relationships. Fa'asavalu began his professional career in 2000 with the St. Helens. He then moved to the Harlequins RL in 2004 and then to the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2006. He then moved to the London Broncos in 2009 and retired from professional rugby league in 2012. Fa'asavalu has earned a considerable amount of money from his professional rugby league career. His net worth is estimated to be around $2 million as of 2020.
|44 years old
|12 January, 1980
|Motoʻotua, Western Samoa
We recommend you to check the complete list of Famous People born on 12 January. He is a member of famous with the age 44 years old group.
Maurie Fa'asavalu Height, Weight & Measurements
At 44 years old, Maurie Fa'asavalu height is 1.91 m and Weight 112 kg.
Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Maurie Fa'asavalu Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Maurie Fa'asavalu worth at the age of 44 years old? Maurie Fa'asavalu’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Samoa. We have estimated Maurie Fa'asavalu's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2023
|$1 Million - $5 Million
|Salary in 2023
|Net Worth in 2022
|Salary in 2022
|Source of Income
Maurie Fa'asavalu Social Network
|Maurie Fa'asavalu Facebook
|Maurie Fa'asavalu Wikipedia
On 4 April 2014, Maurie signed for French side Oyonnax who compete in the Top 14 on a two-year contract.
Harlequins managed to lure the Great Britain (RL), and Samoann (RU) international back to rugby union. "A player of Maurie's talent and ability will be a great asset to Quins," said Quins' Director of Rugby Conor O'Shea, "I have no doubt that he will be able to make an immediate impact on returning to union. He will bring experience and a new dimension to our options and is exactly the type of person we want at this club." He started for Harlequins in their 2011–12 English Premiership Final victory over Leicester Tigers.
He missed a major part of the 2010 season after being injured. His last game for St. Helens was in the home victory over Leeds Rhinos.
He played in the 2009 Super League Grand Final defeat by the Leeds Rhinos at Old Trafford.
Fa'asavalu was selected for the England squad to compete in the 2008 Rugby League World Cup tournament in Australia. Group A's first match against Papua New Guinea he played from the interchange bench in England's victory. He played 3 games for the England team in the World Cup, in the process breaking his hand in the defeat against Australia.
Fa'asavalu made his début on 13 March 2004 against Leeds Rhinos in a 24 – 14 victory at Knowsley Road. Fa'asavalu took some time to adjust to rugby league, but developed into an important part of the St. Helens squad in 2006. He was however used primarily as an impact player, starting most games from the interchange bench. Fas'asavalu was unlucky not to receive the Lance Todd Trophy for his performance in the 2006 Challenge Cup Final victory, where he scored a try in the 2006 and his performance against Huddersfield Giants earned widespread praise. St. Helens fans were treated to Fa'asavalu's victory dance in both the 2006 Challenge Cup Final and the Grand Final for 2006's Super League XI. His block busting runs and inimitable try celebrations saw him develop a real following on the terraces at Knowsley Road. In total he scored 10 tries in 28 games during the 2006 season. St Helens reached the 2006 Super League Grand final to be contested against Hull FC, and Fa'asavalu played from the interchange bench in Saints' 26-4 victory. This was followed by 9 tries in 30 games in the 2007 season. He played in 2007's Super League XIII Grand Final, 2008's Super League XIII Grand Final, and 2009's Super League XIV Grand Final defeats all against the Leeds Rhinos. On 27 October 2007, Fa'asavalu scored on his début for Great Britain against New Zealand in Huddersfield, helping the British team to a 20–14 victory. Five minutes after he came on as a substitute in the 18th minute, Fa'asavalu used his great stature to break through 3 New Zealand players to score the try.
Fa'asavalu played for Samoa at the 2003 Rugby World Cup.
He was signed by the then St. Helens coach Ian Millward in the winter of 2003 after a series of outstanding performances playing at flanker for Samoa in the 2003 Rugby World Cup. On his return to rugby union, he also featured in the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
Maurie Fa'asavalu (born 12 January 1980) is a former professional rugby union and rugby league footballer who played in the 2000s and 2010s. He has played representative level rugby union (RU) for Samoa, and at club level for Taula Apia Rugby Union, Harlequins and Oyonnax, and representative level rugby league (RL) for Great Britain and England, and at club level for St. Helens. He was selected for the Great Britain national rugby league team squad in 2007, after living in England for 4 years. He returned to rugby union in October 2010, having signed for Harlequins for the 2010–11 English Premiership season. He then transferred to Oyonnax in France.