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Rhys Webb was born on 9 December, 1988 in Bridgend, United Kingdom, is a Welsh rugby union player. At 32 years old, Rhys Webb height is 6 ft 0 in (182.9 cm).

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Age 32 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 9 December 1988
Birthday 9 December
Birthplace Bridgend, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Weight 205 lbs
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

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Children Jesse Webb

Rhys Webb Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Rhys Webb worth at the age of 32 years old? Rhys Webb’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Rhys Webb's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Timeline

2020

In December 2019, Webb cut short his contract with Toulon to return to the Ospreys in the summer of 2020. Webb had been due to see out the remainder of the season with Toulon, but the club's owner accused Webb of having shown a "dishonest attitude" to get himself released from his contract, and stated that Webb would not play for Toulon again. Now without a club, he signed a short-term deal with Bath in February 2020 for the remainder of the 2019–20 Premiership Rugby season. He made his debut on 1 March 2020, in a 19–13 home defeat to Bristol Bears, the first time Bath had lost at home to Bristol in 14 years.

With Webb's return to the Ospreys agreed in December 2019, he was again made available for selection for Wales duty. He was named in the squad for the 2020 Six Nations Championship on 15 January 2020, and made appearances off the bench in the opening match against Italy and the penultimate match against England, before starting against Scotland on the final weekend, his first start since November 2017.

2019

In the lead-up to the 2019 Rugby World Cup, Wales coach Warren Gatland expressed his regret at not being able to select Webb for the tournament, and later said he thought the 60-cap selection threshold was too high. Webb did, however, play a part in the World Cup warm-up matches, appearing for the Barbarians in their 51–43 loss to England.

2017

On 10 October 2017, it was announced that Webb would leave Ospreys after 10 years with the region to join French club Toulon in the Top 14 on a three-year contract. In March 2018, Webb suffered a knee injury and missed the remainder of the season, bringing his time with the Ospreys to a premature end.

Webb was selected by the British and Irish Lions for their 2017 tour to New Zealand. He appeared as a replacement in two of the test matches on the tour, and scored one try.

Following Webb's decision to leave the Ospreys for Toulon in 2017, the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) introduced new regulations governing the selection of players for the national team, whereby players based outside Wales with fewer than 60 caps would no longer be considered for selection, including Webb, who had only 28 caps at the time; however, this met with controversy as Webb agreed to move to Toulon before the rule changes were announced, leading to arguments that they should not apply to him, especially as Toulon claimed the WRU had already agreed terms for Webb's release for international matches during his time there. Webb described the WRU's decision as a "blow", but said he would not reverse his decision despite the change to his selection status. He played in three of Wales' 2017 Autumn internationals, but a knee injury in early 2018 meant he missed the 2018 Six Nations Championship, leaving him unable to add to his 31 caps before leaving for France.

2016

Recalled during the 2016 Six Nations Championship after a remarkable recovery, producing man-of-the-match performances for the Ospreys, Webb replaced Davies at scrum-half during the match against England. He was then back at first-choice for his position, starting for Wales' last match of the tournament against Italy.

Webb began the 2016 Autumn internationals as Wales' first-choice scrum-half, but suffered a serious ankle injury during the second half of their opening match against Australia, and following surgery was ruled out for 12 weeks, with his return predicted for just prior to the 2017 Six Nations Championship.

2015

In March 2015, Webb became the eighth player to sign a dual-contract between club and the WRU.

On 6 September 2015, Webb was injured during a warm up match against Italy and was ruled out of the 2015 Rugby World Cup. He was replaced by Gareth Davies.

2013

An ankle injury suffered in Wales' opening Autumn international against Australia on 5 November ruled him out for up to 12 weeks, but recovered slightly ahead of schedule, and scored within four minutes of his return to club rugby as he captained the Ospreys to a 26–21 win over Newcastle Falcons in the Challenge Cup on 21 January. He also played the first half of the Ospreys' 20–14 Anglo-Welsh Cup win over Bristol, before returning to Wales duty for the 2017 Six Nations.

2012

Webb represented Wales at under-16, under-18, under-19 and under-20 levels, as well as in international rugby sevens, before making his debut for the senior national team in 2012. He played 31 times before the Welsh Rugby Union's selection criteria meant his move to Toulon made him ineligible for further selection; however, his decision to return to the Ospreys in 2020 meant he could again be included in the selection pool. Webb was also selected in the British and Irish Lions' squad for their 2017 tour to New Zealand.

In January 2012, he was called into Wales' 35-man senior squad for the training camp in Poland prior to the 2012 Six Nations Championship. He made his full international debut for Wales against Italy on 10 March 2012 as a second-half replacement.

2009

Webb was a member of the Wales squad that won the 2009 Rugby World Cup Sevens in Dubai and remained part of the national rugby sevens set-up in 2010.

2008

He made his debut for the senior regional side in March 2008, coming on as a substitute for Shane Williams in a 32–7 win over Ulster. He made another substitute appearance in a 19–18 loss to Edinburgh a month later, replacing Justin Marshall, before starting the final two games of the season against the Newport Gwent Dragons and Connacht. At the end of the season, he signed a new four-year contract with the region.

Injuries to fellow scrum-halves Mike Phillips and Jamie Nutbrown during the 2008–09 season meant more opportunities for Webb to make an impression in the Ospreys first team, making 11 appearances during the season. He played just twice in the team's title-winning 2009–10 campaign, but eventually supplanted Phillips as the Ospreys' starting scrum-half during the 2010–11 season, after impressing while Phillips was on Wales duty. He suffered a shoulder injury at the end of the season, but underwent surgery and was fit enough to begin the 2011–12 season as the team's starting scrum-half, replacing Phillips, who had moved to Bayonne. Webb scored his first senior try in the opening game of the season, a 27–3 win at home to Leinster. He scored again the following week against Edinburgh, and added two more before the end of the season.

2005

Born in Bridgend and educated at Brynteg Comprehensive School, Webb began his rugby career with Bridgend Athletic RFC, and also played for Bridgend RFC and Aberavon RFC in the Welsh Premiership while coming through the Ospreys age grade system; he won the Reebok Regional Championship trophy with the under-18s side during the 2005–06 season and was a losing finalist with the under-20s during the 2006–07 season.

Webb played for Wales U18 in the 2005–06 U18 Home Four Nations Championship and was called up as a member of the 2006–07 Wales U19 set-up for the IRB U19 World Championships. He was called up to the Wales U20 squad for the 2007–2008 RBS U20 Six Nations Championships where he played three times and scored a try, and was also in the squad for the 2008 IRB Junior World Championships.

1988

Rhys Webb (born 9 December 1988) is a Welsh rugby union player who plays as a scrum-half for Bath. Born in Bridgend, he is a product of the Ospreys academy and played club rugby for Bridgend RFC and Aberavon RFC before breaking into the regional side in 2008. He played for the Ospreys for 10 years before moving to French club Toulon in 2018, but terminated his contract with them in 2020 and agreed a return to the Ospreys; however, he was unable to join the Ospreys immediately and signed for Bath for the remainder of the 2019–20 season.