Kane Williamson Biography, Net Worth, Wiki, Height, Age, Career & More

Kane Williamson Biography/ Wiki

Kane Williamson
Kane Williamson

Kane Williamson Wiki/ Biography

Kane Williamson is a New Zealand based cricketer. He was born on 8 August 1990 in the city of Tauranga in New Zealand. Kane Williamson age is 28 years. He is a right-handed batsman and a sporadic off spin bowler. He is known as one of the finest batsmen in the world. Kane Williamson height is 5 ft. and 9 inches. He is currently serving as the captain of a team in Indian Premier League. Kane Stuart Williamson played his first debut in 2007. Williamson was appointed as a captain for the team of New Zealand for the world cup of 2011 and 2015 respectively. He also represented the team in years 2012, 2014 and 2016 while playing the T20 matches held by ICC. Kane Williamson net worth in 2019 is $10 million.

Other basic facts

  • Age (as in 2019): 28 years
  • Hometown: Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
  • Zodiac sign/ Sun sign: Leo
  • Hair color: Blonde
  • Eye Colour: Light Blue
  • Body Measurements: chest – 38 inches; Waist – 30 inches; Biceps – 13 inches
  • Height: 173 cm or 5′ 8″ inches or 1.73 m
  • Weight: almost 66 kgs or 145 lbs
  • Nickname: Kane, New Zealand’s Don Bradman
  • Jersey Number: 22
  • International Debut: ODI debut – 10 August 2010 v India; Test debut – 4 November 2010 v India; T20 debut – 15 October 2011 v Zimbabwe
  • Net Worth(Approx): $10 million
  • Salary: Retainer Fee –  ‎$500,000


Kane Williamson attended the Tauranga College which was in his hometown. He went to Tauranga Boys College from the year 2004 to 2008. He also was appointed as the head boy in the college and then was trained by his coach named Pacey Depina. Depina defined Williamson as a devouring desire of being outstanding but not at anybody else’s expenditures. He was a remarkable student and a sports person while staying at school; he marked almost 40 centuries while he was still in school.


Kane Williamson has a beautiful family which comprises of his father Brett Williamson, his mother Sandra Williamson, his brother who is younger than hi named Logan and three elder sisters.

House, Cars, And Bike Collection

The details for his love and liking for cars as well as bikes are not known as this shows these things are least important for him to share or he has not interested this thing with the public. The only information the fans can have about the house id that he owes a beautiful house in New Zealand. He resides in the house along with his family.

Kane Williamson Career

Domestic Career

Since 2007, Kane Williamson has carried out his career dynamically. He started his domestic cricket in 2007 at the age of 17. He remained consistent with this career until he played his first county cricket in 2011. After that in 2013, he signed for Yorkshire. He re-signed the agreement with the county cricket in 2015 and then again in 2016. He played his debut in Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2015 under the team of Sunrisers Hyderabad for US$96,500. He was announced as the captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad in replacement of David Warner. He won the orange cap for recording the most runs in Indian Premier League of the year 2018.

International Career

Kane Williamson Net Worth
Kane Williamson

Williamson was 17 years old when he got the opportunity to lead under 19 team in Malaysia. Williamson played his Test cricket debut in contradiction of India at Ahmedabad on 4 November 2010. In his first rounds, he scored 131 runs off 299 balls and got the title of eighth New Zealand player to notch a century on Test entrance. Williamson is presently third on the list for the uppermost ever strike-rated century by a New Zealander in an ODI. As a player, his focus is for the most part at ravine however can transfer to the fact with spin bowlers.

In March 2016, Williamson presumed the point of team leader of New Zealand crossways all customs of cricket after the giving up work of Brendon McCullum. He began with the World T20I cup in India. He also selected NZ player of the time, Test player of the time and the Red path Cup for the highest batsman in leading class cricket for the subsequent time in a row.

In August 2016, all through the Test series against Zimbabwe, Williamson turned out to be the thirteenth batsman to notch a century in contradiction of all the other Test-playing realms. He finalized this in the smallest number of innings, the hurried time from his Test entrance and he became the fledgling competitor to accomplish this achievement. In the far-reaching list of such cricket player, he also achieved this victory with a minimum amount of total epochs. Moreover, In April 2019, he is entitled as the captain of New Zealand’s squadron for the 2019 upcoming Cricket World Cup. Further or more, Williamson has to keep score of the 20 Test and 11 ODI centuries.

Kane Williamson Net Worth

Kane Williamson net worth is estimated up to $10 million. This shows how rich this young New Zealand’s batsman is. The net worth of Kane Williamson comprises of his incomes from the matches he played for Indian Premier League and also some of the personal investments he made in different businesses.

Kane Williamson Wife

Kane Williamson is still unmarried. However he shares his life with his girlfriend Sarah Raheem, she is a nurse by profession and the lady love of Kane Williamson.

Lesser Known Facts about Kane Williamson

  • Twin Brother

Kane Williamson has got a twin brother named Logan Williamson. He is said to be his undiagnosed twin as till the time of delivery it was not known that they were two. Kane is said to be the elder one in both. Both appreciate each other in their achievements.

  • If Not the Cricketer Then a Surfer

Kane Williamson loves surfing as much as he loves cricket. When he is not at work that is when he is not playing cricket than at those times, he prefers to surf on the surface of the blue sea. His house is also located near the sea in Tauranga, New Zealand.

  • Love and Enthusiasm for Sports

Kane Williamson had brought up in the family where everyone was fond of sports. His sister played volleyball, and his love for cricket was much at the peak from his childhood.

  • Philanthropist

Despite being one of the countries which pay very less amount to their players. Kane Williamson devoted the entire money he got from his One Day International matches to the victims of Peshawar attack in 2014. He donated thousands of his dollars for the victim’s medications.