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Gary Fila (Gaz) was born on 18 November, 1981 in Adelaide. At 39 years old, Gary Fila height not available right now. We will update Gary Fila's height soon as possible.

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Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 18 November 1981
Birthday 18 November
Birthplace Adelaide
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Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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2019

Fila will draw on his experiences mentoring and developing umpires in the SANFL as he takes on the role of coaching Queensland’s top flight officials.

" Given his extensive experience within a high performance environment with the SANFL and the AFL, he is fully aware of what it takes to get to the top and will be able to instil that into our NEAFL and QAFL Umpiring Group.’

2018

‘His background in his non-umpiring portfolio in Business Development will be beneficial in leading our Umpiring Department."

2015

Beginning November 2015, Gary has been appointed as an AFL Assistant Coach at AFL Headquarters in Melbourne http://www.afl.com.au/umpires/workforce

2014

At the beginning of February, 2014, Gary Fila was appointed as the new AFL Queensland State Umpire Manager. In his new role, Fila will oversee the development of the state’s NEAFL and QAFL umpires, with the view to giving them the best possible chance of making the AFL ranks, as well as ensuring there is a clear pathway through community football to elite umpiring.

Originally planning to head back to the SANFL and strive towards umpiring his 200th SANFL game, he opted to instead head down the coaching path in 2014.

2011

Fila subsequently re-trialed for the AFL and was rewarded with a rookie spot. Whilst this was a step in the right direction, it meant he had to have another successful year at SANFL level. He did so, umpiring his 4th SANFL Grand Final in 2011, alongside Colin Rowston (2nd) and Haussen (2nd). At the start of 2012, Fila was offered a senior spot on the AFL list, and had a successful return season, umpiring 20 matches [1].

2008

At the end of the 2008 AFL Season, Fila was delisted from the AFL Panel after 16 matches. However, he spent 2009 and 2010 working hard to improve in the SANFL, in a bid to re-make the AFL. His effort was rewarded when he umpired the 2010 SANFL Grand Final alongside Richard Williams (11th Grand Final) and Leigh Haussen, who was making his Grand Final debut. He also won South Australia's most prestigious umpiring honour that year- the Golden Whistle- ranking him as the best field umpire in the state.

1981

Gary Fila (born 18 November 1981) is Australian rules football field umpire in the Australian Football League. Prior to joining the senior list, he umpired in the South Australian National Football League, and officiated in both the 2005 and 2006 SANFL grand finals. He made his AFL début on 30 June 2007, in a match between Fremantle and Carlton at Subiaco Oval.