Gold Coast Suns: Who Is Joel Jeffrey’s Dad Russell Jeffrey?

Russell Jeffrey is the proud father of the Australian rules footballer Joel Jeffrey who plays for the Gold Coast Football Club while competing in the Australian Football League.

Joel walked in his father’s footsteps; Russell is a former Australian rules footballer who started his VFL career at Geelong and played with St Kilda and the Brisbane Bears in the Victorian/Australian Football League. 

Moreover, the former athlete coached Wanderers until 1997 and Palmerston to back-to-back NTFL premierships in 2001-02; he also got his name inducted into the AFLNT Hall of Fame in 2010. Additionally, papa Jeffrey also announced his Labor candidacy for the conservative seat of Brennan in the 2012 election but got defeated by the incumbent Country Liberal Party MP. 

Exploring The Age Gap Between Joel Jeffrey And Russell Jeffrey

Joel and Russell share an age gap of 36 years; the father-son duo has more than three and a half-decade of differences as the father was born in 1966 and the son in 2002.

Jeffrey celebrates his birthday on the 13th of March each passing year under the astrological sign Pisces, represented by fish. Likewise, his dad makes a toast to commemorate his birthday each year on the 7th of February under the star sign Aquarius, symbolized by a water-bearer.

Joel Jeffrey Family: Meet The Athlete’s Mother And Siblings

Jeffrey seems to be one of the four children his beloved mother gave birth to, but the name of his mom and one of his brothers have remained a mystery.

Jel has three siblings; Jai Jeffrey, Lateesha Jeffrey, and a brother whose name is yet to get disclosed. The athlete often spends quality time with his loved ones and shares those moments on social media to keep his admirers and well-wishers updated on his private lifestyle beyond his professional lifestyle.

How Much Might Be Joel Jeffrey’s Net Worth

The Australian rules footballer Joel who is in his 20s, hasn’t shed light on his earnings, but we presume that he might have a net worth of around $500,000 to a million or more or less.

The footballer made his Men’s Premier League debut at 16 for the Wanderers Football Club in 2018, and at 17, the athlete made his senior NEAFL debut by kicking a goal in his first game for the NT Thunder at TIO Stadium. Furthermore, he also got nominated as a 2022 AFL Rising Star, and he still has so much more to achieve in the upcoming days; we wish him a bright future ahead.