Sam Curran is an England international cricketer who plays for Surrey County in domestic cricket and Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021. Sam Curran is a Left-arm medium-fast Bowler and Left Handed batsman.
Sam Curran Biography, Lifestyle, Wiki, Height, Weight, Age, Salary, Net Worth, Income, Girlfriend, Wife, Family, House, Cars, Records, Awards & Facts
Samuel Matthew Curran
- #58 England International Cricket Team
- #58 Surrey County Cricket Club
- #58 Chennai Super Kings (IPL)
- National Team – England International Cricket Team
- Domestic Team – Surrey County Cricket Club
- IPL 2021 Team – Chennai Super Kings
Date of Birth / Birthplace
Sam was born on 3 June 1998 in Northampton, Northampton shire, England
He is currently 23 years old. (as in 2021).
Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
- School –
- Not Known
- College –
- Wellington College, Berkshire
- Educational Qualification –
- Not Known
Physical Statistics And More
- In feet – 5 feet 9 inches
- In centimeters – 175 cm
- In meters – 1.75 m
- In Kilograms – 65 kg
- In Pounds – 145 lbs
Body Measurements (approx.)
- Chest: 38 Inches
- Waist: 32 Inches
- Biceps: 13 inches
Family & Relationship
Parents & Siblings
- Father – Kevin Curran (former Zimbabwe international cricketer)
- Mother – Sarah Curran
- Siblings – Tom Curran (Brother), Ben Curran (Brother)
Girlfriend & Spouse
- Sam Curran dated –
- Isabella Symonds
Career turning point
He represented England Under-19s at the 2016 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, where he played all six games, scoring 201 runs and taking seven wickets. Curran played two Tests in the 2019 England tour of the West Indies, making 50 runs in four innings and taking one wicket at an average of 161. His outstanding performances attracted the IPL franchise and finally, Punjab kings bought him for 7.2 crores in IPL auctions 2019.
Sam made his One Day International debut on 24 June 2018, playing against Australia at the Old Trafford in Manchester. Sam made a useful contribution of 15 runs in a thriller match and took 2/44 in 6 overs.
In 2018, he played his first test match against Pakistan at Headingly on 1 June 2018. Where sam made 20 runs and conceded just 10 runs in 7 overs for 1 wicket.
On 1 November 2019, Sam played his first international T20 against New Zealand at Hagley Oval. Where sam bowled four overs and took 1 wicket by giving 33 runs.
Sam Curran was selected for team Punjab kings in IPL auction 2019 for 7.2 crores and played his debut match in 2019.
Sam Curran Salary And Networth
Sam Curran’s salary is 5 crores per year in the England cricket team and he has earned around 18.2 crores from Ipl since 2019.
Sam Curran has an estimated total Net worth of 28 Crores ($ 4 Million) in 2021, and His main source of income is Brand Endorsements and playing cricket
Sam Curran’s overall IPL Earnings :
|2021||Chennai Super Kings||Rs. 5,50 crore|
|2020||Chennai Super Kings||Rs. 5.50 crore|
|2019||Chennai Super Kings||Rs. 7.20 crore|
|Total||Rs. 18.20 crore|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Sam Curran
• Curran made his First Class debut against Kent in County Cricket Championship 2015 and soon became the youngest to take a five-wicket haul in the tournament.
• He represented England Under-19s at the 2016 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup where he played all six matches, scoring 201 runs and taking seven wickets
• The 21-year-old Curran was the most expensive English player in the IPL auction at Rs 5.5 crore.
In his childhood, he used to live on the family farm in Rusape
• sam is the brother of Surrey and England cricketer Tom Curran, and Northamptonshire cricketer Ben Curran.
• He was born into a family of cricketers. His father represented Zimbabwe in the 1983 and 1987 Cricket World Cups.
• He has also played for Zimbabwe.
• He has represented Surrey County Cricket Club in Under-15, Under-17, and Second XI levels.
• He was bought by Auckland Aces in 2017 for the Super Smash 2017-18
• In August 2018, he was given the Man of the Match award for the first test between India and England.
• Tom Curren and Sam Curran both brothers took 7/35 and 3/46 respectively in the first innings of the County Championship match against Northamptonshire in 2015 at The Oval.