What is Sir Clive Woodward's net worth? | The Sun

SIR Clive Woodward is a former player and coach of the English national rugby union team.

Here we take a look at Clive's impressive career and his net worth.

Who is Sir Clive Woodward?

Sir Clive Ronald Woodward OBE was born on January 6, 1956 in Ely, Cambridgeshire.

He is an English former rugby union player and coach, best known for winning the Rugby World Cup with England in 2003.

Clive is now a pundit for outlets including ITV, and also writes a column about rugby in the Daily Mail.

As a player Woodward competed as a centre, with his playing career starting with Harlequins in 1974.



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Following a spell at Loughborough University — where he gained a degree in sports science and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education — he played for Leicester Tigers between 1979 and 1985, making 148 appearances for the club.

Woodward also played for Australian club Manly, based in Sydney, between 1985 and 1990.

Clive was selected for the England national side as well, making his debut as a replacement against Ireland in 1980, and went on to represent his country 21 times, with his last appearance coming against Wales in 1984.

He also won two caps for theBritish & Irish Lions, touring South Africa in 1980 and New Zealand in 1983.

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Woodward turned his hand to coaching after retiring from playing professionally, working for Henley, London Irish and Bath.

He was appointed England's head coach in 1997, taking over from Jack Rowell, and went on to win three Six Nations titles as well as the 2003 World Cup.

After winning the 2023 World Cup, Woodward was knighted in the 2004 New Year's Honours.

Clive was named the coach of the British and Irish Lions in 2005, but his management style and choices were questioned throughout the tour of South Africa, which the tourists lost 3-0.

In 2004 Woodward released an autobiography titled 'Winning!'.

After leaving rugby, he took on the role of performance director at Southampton Football Club, and then went on to be director of football with the Cherries, before leaving the club in 2006.

Later the same year, after he was reportedly passed over for the post of the Rugby Union's director of elite rugby, he was appointed as the director of elite performance for the British Olympic Association.

In his current position on the International Olympic Committee's Entourage Commission, which he has held since 2012, Woodward continues to support aspiring coaches and athletes through a tailor made scholarship programme.

What is Sir Clive Woodward's net worth?

Reports of Sir Clive's net worth vary dramatically.

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At the lower end of the scale NetWorthPost estimates his net worth at $1.5million (£1.2million), while AlmostFamousBirthday has it at $5million (£4.1million).

But at the top end PopularBio calculates Woodward's net worth to be a massive $97million (£80.1million).

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