Trent Sainsbury is an international Australian professional footballer. His full name is Trent Lucas Sainsbury. He has played in the Al-Wakrah and Australia national football teams. Basically, his playing position is Centre back.
He played for the national side in Australia, U-17, and under-20. In July 2013, he made his international professional debut in the Australian national team.
His age and height
Sainsbury was born on 5 January 1992. According to the date, his age is 31 years old (as of 2022) and his birthplace is Thornlie, Western Australia, Australia. His height is 6 feet 0 inches or 1.83m.
Trent Sainsbury’s wife or girlfriend
Sainsbury and Elissa dated from 2011. On December 28, 2017, they got married. Elissa is the daughter of Australian current soccer coach Graham Arnold. They have two sons Jagger James and River Lucas.
We will see here Trent Sainsbury’s biography details, net worth, salary, and family details.
His Salary and Net worth
Australian Centre back Sainsbury started a long-term deal on a reported salary per week of €5,500 and per year €286,000.
As of professional footballer, his highest market value is €750Th with also a net worth is approximately $1 Million – $5 Million.
Trent Sainsbury Club, and other careers
Sainsbury joined in club Central Coast Mariners with Sam Gallagher in 2010.
In January 2014, he made a two and half year contract with the Dutch Eredivisie club PEC Zwolle.
Sainsbury left PEC Zwolle and joined Chinese Super League club Jiangsu Suning in January 2016.
Finally, Sainsbury signed a two-year contract with Belgian First Division A club Kortrijk in 2022.
His playing highlights are here.
His International and FIFA 22 career
Sainsbury was the part of Australia U-17 team and played in the 2008 AFF U-16 Youth Championship.
At the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup, he was named to Australia’s u-20 squad.
Sainsbury didn’t play in the 2014 FIFA World Cup because of a knee injury suffered.
He was part of Australia’s 23-man squad at the tour of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Anyway, We believe that Trent Sainsbury is selected in the Australian senior squad to play for the FIFA World Cup 2022.
Finally, he was called up to the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar in the 26-man squad as a Defender of the Australian team.
Trent Sainsbury’s biography, family, and football career details
|Trent Sainsbury's FIFA 2022, profile, footballer, family, biography, girlfriend, age, and career details
|His Real Name
|Trent Lucas Sainsbury
|Australian professional footballer
|Height in cm & m
|183m or 1.83m
|Also height in feet inches
|6 feet 0 inch
|Weight in kg
|Weight in Ibs
|His Heir color
|His date of Birth
|31 (as of 2022)
|Thornlie, Western Australia, Australia
|His football, club, and international career Summery
|First Profession of the career
|Central Coast Mariners in 2010
|International Football debut in Club
|First honor of the world
|In 2015, AFC Asian Cup
|National team goals
|In 58 matches 4 goals
|Club career debut
|Central Coast Mariners 2010-14, PEC Zwolle 2014-16, Jiangsu Suning 2016-18, PSV Eindhoven 2018-19, Maccabi Haifa 2019-20, Maccabi Haifa 2020-22, Al-Wakrah 2022-present.
|And club career goals
|Central Coast Mariners M-60 G-1, PEC Zwolle M-28 G-1, Jiangsu Suning M-34 G-2, PSV Eindhoven M-6 G-0, Maccabi Haifa M-31 G-2, Maccabi Haifa M-45 G-6, Al-Wakrah M-3 G-1.
|In 2015, AFC Asian Cup Team of the Tournament
|FIFA World Cup 2018
|FIFA World Cup 2022
|International Football debut
|In July 2013
|Trent Sainsbury's girlfriend, net worth, salary, family and favourite things
|His father name
|On December 28, 2017
|And others Girlfriend
|two sons Jagger James and River Lucas
|approximately $1 Million - $5 Million
|Highest Market Value
|Playing club, Advertising and National football league
|Football, and Swimming
|Is Niguez smoker
|His favorite things
|Lionel Messi, Christiano Ronaldo
|And favorite games
Trent Sainsbury’s honors
Sainsbury won many international, clubs, and personal titles which are-
- A-League Premiership in 2011–12
- A-League Championship, (2012–13)
- KNVB Cup the season of 2013–14
- In 2014, Johan Cruijff Shield
- In 2015, AFC Asian Cup
- AFF U-16 Youth Championship in 2008
- Mariners Medal- (2012–13)
- PFA A-League Team of the Season in 2012–13
- In 2015, the AFC Asian Cup Team of the Tournament