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Luke Ball was born on 25 May, 1984 in Melbourne, Australia, is an Australian rules footballer, born 1984. At 36 years old, Luke Ball height is 6 ft 0 in (182.9 cm).

Now We discover Luke Ball's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 38 years old?

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Luke Ball Age 38 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 25 May 1984
Birthday 25 May
Birthplace Melbourne, Australia
Nationality Australia

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Weight 183 lbs
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Luke Ball Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Luke Ball worth at the age of 38 years old? Luke Ball’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Australia. We have estimated Luke Ball's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Ball played in St Kilda’s 2004 Wizard Home Loans Cup winning side, the club's second pre-season cup win.

Ball played in St Kilda’s 2008 NAB Cup winning side - St Kilda's third pre-season cup win.


At the end of the season, following a back injury which would require surgery to play in 2015, Ball announced his retirement.


Ball started off the 2012 season by being elected the President of the AFL players association. He also was appointed acting captain in Collingwood's first NAB cup game.


During the 2011 season he became one of Collingwood's most important and most consistent players. Grabbing the spotlight in the finals series whilst scoring two clutch goals to seal victories in both the Qualifying final and Preliminary final.

His 2011 season ended in disappointment, as Collingwood lost the 2011 Grand Final to the Geelong Cats by 38 points.


Ross Lyon described the departure of Ball in early 2010:

Collingwood played St Kilda in the 2010 AFL Grand Finals on 25 September, which ended in a draw. The premiership was decided in a rematch on 2 October 2010, that Collingwood won. In his post match interview, Ball was modest in celebrating, citing respect towards his ex-teammates in St Kilda and adding "It was more about trying to restart a career and it’s amazing how it has all turned out."


Ball played in 17 of 22 matches in the 2009 AFL season home and away rounds in which St Kilda qualified in first position for the finals, winning the club’s third minor premiership.

St Kilda qualified for the 2009 AFL Grand Final after qualifying and preliminary finals wins. Ball played in the grand final when St Kilda was defeated by 12 points.

At the end of 2009 season Ball requested to be traded to Collingwood. A deal between the two clubs, however, was not settled before the trade week deadline despite mediation from the AFL. On 10 November 2009 he officially left St Kilda and nominated for the national draft. On 26 November 2009 he was drafted to Collingwood with their first pick (number 30 overall).


In 2008 Ball again missed only four games with injury - picking up 392 disposals, 7 goals and 107 tackles. A hamstring tear late in the season caused him to miss the finals series.


In 2007 Ball was co-captain along with Lenny Hayes and Riewoldt. He played a total of 18 games of the home and away season - picking up 345 disposals, 5 goals and 91 tackles. Although well down on his 2005 form, he played a valuable role in the team and solidified his reputation as a "hard-nut" and core member of St Kilda's midfield.


In 2006 Ball was announced as the St Kilda captain, succeeding Nick Riewoldt under the Saints' then rotational captaincy policy. Early in the season groin problems kept the young captain from performing at his best, but he was cleared in mid-June of having Osteitis pubis from which many media outlets had claimed he was suffering. Ball's second half of the season saw improvement in his game.


In 2005 Ball won the Trevor Barker Award for St Kilda's best and fairest player, tying with Steven Baker.

Ball was also recognised for his excellent season with selection in the 2005 All-Australian Team as a midfield player, his first All-Australian Team award.

When Nick Riewoldt was injured in the opening round of the 2005 season (and consequently missed the next five weeks), Ball was appointed as acting captain.


2004 was a big year for Ball, coming second in St Kilda's Trevor Barker Award for the club's best and fairest player.


Ball was a Rising Star nominee in his debut season of 2003.


He was drafted to the St Kilda Football Club in 2001 with the priority pick (number 2 overall) in the AFL Draft. The draft that year was known as the "super draft" and Ball was taken behind Luke Hodge and ahead of Chris Judd. He debuted in 2003 after having injury problems and choosing to play football for Xavier College in his final school year. Ball finished his schooling with a VCE ENTER score of 98.8.


Luke Patrick Ball (born 25 May 1984) is a former professional Australian rules football player who played for the St Kilda and Collingwood football clubs in the Australian Football League. From 2003 to 2009 he played 142 games for the St Kilda Football Club where he was captain in 2007 and best and fairest and All-Australian in 2005. He is one of the only players in AFL history to have played in three consecutive grand finals for two clubs; 2009 for St Kilda and 2010 and 2011 for Collingwood.