- Famous Name Chris Silverwood
- Country United Kingdom GB
- Birth Name Christopher Eric Wilfred Silverwood
- Birth Place Pontefract, Yorkshire, England
- Famous Name Chris Silverwood
- Net Worth $2 million
- Salary $0.6 Million
- Position in Team Head coach
- Current team England National Team
- Nationality English
- Ethnicity White
- Profession Cricketer
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Victoria Silverwood
- Children Three
Christopher Eric Wilfred Silverwood a.k.a Chris Silverwood is a professional international cricketer turned coach. Currently, he is the head coach of the England cricket team.
Pontefract, Yorkshire, England native Chris Silverwood was born on 5th March 1975, under the star sign Pisces. The forty-six years old holds an English nationality and is of white ethnic background. He stands 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) stands.
How Much Is Chris Silverwood's Net Worth In 2022?
Chris Silverwood has summoned a decent fortune through his career. Not to mention, the significant source of his career is cricket: initially through his cricket career and now as a coach.
Chris Silverwood is the 3rd highest-paid cricket coach with $0.60 million per annum from the England and Wales Cricket Board.
As of 2022, Chris Silverwood's net worth is approximately $2 million.
Is Chris Silverwood Married?
England cricket team head coach is a married man. Chris Silverwood tied the knot with Victoria Silverwood a long time ago. The couple is blessed with three children.
However, the Silverwood family has always lived a low-key life, hence, there are no further details about each member.
Additionally, Victora Silverwood seems less active on socials.
In 1993, Chris made his debut for Yorkshire County Cricket Club, one of 18 first-class county clubs within the domestic cricket structure of England and Wales.
Chris spent 13 years playing for England. He was one of a battery of fast bowlers which the county produced in the late 1990s.
With Yorkshire, he won the County Championship in 2001 and the C&G the following year.
In 2005, he signed to Middlesex. He left Middlesex in 2006 and joined Mashonaland Eagles as a player coach. He debuted against Matabeleland Tuskers.
At the international level, Silverwood was named for the England tours of Zimbabwe and New Zealand in 1996–97. On 15th December 1996, he made his ODI debut against Zimbabwe.
In May 1997, he played only a home international match against, the third ODI.
In 1999, he played four Tests of the 1999–2000 tour of South Africa.
In the 2002-03 Ashes series, he made a final Test game, concluding his international career with a total of six Tests and seven ODIs.
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In 2010, Silverwood was hired as a bowling coach by Essex. Ahead of the 2016 season, he was promoted to the head coach. During his first season as a head coach, Essex was promoted to the First Division of the Country Championship, In 2017, Essex won the County Championship.
In January 2018, Chris joined the England national team as a full-time fast bowling coach. On 7th October 2019, he was introduced as the new head of The England national team.
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