Mat Ryan height, age, wife, family, biography, etc.

Mat Ryan is an Australian footballer. He was born on 8 April 1992 in Plumpton, New South Wales, Australia. He studied at Westfields Sports High School. His height is approx 6 feet.

He play as a Goalkeeper in Australian football team. He is a part of Real Sociedad football club and his shirt number is 13.

Mat Ryan best goals and skills

Personal Information

Name

Mathew David Ryan

NickName

Ryan

Date of Birth

8 April 1992

Current Age

29 Years

Team

Australia

Club

Real Sociedad

Country

Australia

Nationality / Citizenship

Australia

Current City / Home Town

Birth Place

Plumpton, New South Wales, Australia

Language

English

Education

Westfields Sports High School

Religion

N/A

Caste

N/A

Height

In feet: 6 feet

Centimeters: 183 cm

Meters: 1.83 m

Inches: 72 inches

Weight

70 kg approx

Hair Color

Black

Hair Style

Simple

Networth/ Salary

Approx 3 million

Hobbies

Playing Football

Outfitter

N/A

Football Information

Field Position

Main Position:

  • Goalkeeper

Other Positions:

  • N/A

Preferred Foot

Right

Role in Team

Goalkeeper

Coach or Mentor

N/A

Jersey / Shirt Number

13

Major Clubs

Real Sociedad

National Teams

  • Australia Under-23
  • Australia

Youth Career

  • Marconi Stallions
  • Blacktown City

Senior Career

  • Blacktown City
  • Central Coast Mariners
  • Club Brugge
  • Valencia
  • Genk
  • Brighton & Hove Albion
  • Arsenal
  • Real Sociedad
  •  

Career Start

N/A

Legacy Number

N/A

Professional Debut

N/A

Mat Ryan Wife and Family

Wife or Girl Friend

Anna

Parents

Father: David Ryan

Mother: Carol Ryan

Siblings

Brothers: Megan Ryan

Sisters: N/A

Children

Son: N/A

Daughter: N/A

Others

N/A

Favorites

Footballer

N/A

Sports

Football

Actor

N/A

Actress

N/A

Food

N/A

Football Ground

N/A

Sportsman

N/A

Holiday Destination

N/A

Awards and Achivements

Central Coast Mariners

  • A-League Premiership in 2011–12.
  • A-League Championship in 2013.

Club Brugge

Belgian Cup in 2014–15.

Australia

AFC Asian Cup in 2015.

Individual

  • FFA U20 Male Player of the Year in 2011 and in 2012.
  • PFA Harry Kewell Medal in 2011–12, 2013–14 and in 2014–15.
  • PFA A-League Team of the Season in 2011–12.
  • Mariners Medal in 2011–12.
  • A-League Young Footballer of the Year in 2010–11 and in 2011–12.
  • Joe Marston Medal in 2011.
  • A-League Goalkeeper of the Year in 2011–12.
  • Belgium Pro League Goalkeeper of the Year in 2013–14 and in 2014–15.
  • AFC Asian Cup Golden Glove in 2015.
  • AFC Asian Cup Dream Team in 2015.
  • PFA Footballer of the Year in 2014–15 and in 2018–19.
  • IFFHS AFC Man Team of the Year in 2020.
  • IFFHS AFC Men’s Team of the Decade 2011–2020.

Records

  • Not Available yet.

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