Top 20 Rugby Coach celebrities in the world

Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Rugby Coach celebrities [Updated January 30, 2023].

1. Andy Robinson

Andy Robinson net worth 2020
Andy Robinson was born on April 3, 1964 in Taunton, England.
While Scotland enjoyed victories over Australia and South Africa, the latter when they were the World Cup holders, their one-off victories could not offset the poor tournament record.

Net Worth 2020: $500 Thousand

2. Clive Woodward

Clive Woodward net worth 2020
Clive Woodward was born on January 6, 1956 in England.
He coached the 2005 British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand, ultimately losing the series 3-0. 

3. Keegan Hirst

Keegan Hirst net worth 2020
Keegan Hirst was born on February 13, 1988 in Batley, England.
He has appeared on the reality shows First Dates and Celebrity Haunted Hotel. 

4. Mal Meninga

Mal Meninga net worth 2020
Mal Meninga was born on July 8, 1960 in Bundaberg, Australia.
He was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 1994, and the Australian Rugby League Hall of Fame in 2003.

5. Robbie Deans

Robbie Deans net worth 2020
Robbie Deans was born on September 4, 1959 in New Zealand.
He won the Bledisloe Cup and Tri-Nations titles as an assistant with the All Blacks in 2003.

6. Steve Hansen

Steve Hansen net worth 2020
Steve Hansen was born on May 7, 1959 in New Zealand.
In 2013, his All Blacks became the first team in the professional era to win 14 out of 14 matches, retaining both the Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup titles.

7. Tim Sheens

Tim Sheens net worth 2020
Tim Sheens was born on October 30, 1950 in Sydney, Australia.
From 1997-2001, he coach North Queensland.

8. Jason Stanton

Jason Stanton net worth 2020
Jason Stanton was born on October 11, 1975 in Melbourne, Australia.
In addition to being a head coach, he also served as a skills coach for the Queensland Reds, and a consultant to the South African Sevens team.

9. Jake White

Jake White net worth 2020
Jake White was born on March 19, 1963 in South Africa.
Under his leadership, the Springboks posted the longest home Test winning streak in South Africa's history with 13 consecutive victories.

10. David Kidwell

David Kidwell was born on April 23, 1977 in New Zealand.
Though he has often played for New Zealand, he has also represented Aotearoa Maori at the Rugby World Cup.

11. Brian McClennan

Brian McClennan was born on February 16, 1962 in New Zealand.
He did not complete his first season coaching the New Zealand Warriors after starting the season 8-14.

12. Brian Ashton

Brian Ashton was born on September 3, 1946 in Manchester, England.
He played scrum half from 1965-1980.

13. Steve McNamara

Steve McNamara was born on September 18, 1971 in England.
He joined the Sydney Roosters as assistant coach in 2014.

14. Jack Gibson

Jack Gibson was born on February 27, 1929 in Australia.
He earned the nickname "Supercoach" due to his ability to win titles with many different teams.

15. Bob Dwyer

Bob Dwyer was born on November 29, 1940 in Australia.
He is the author of two successful autobiographies: 1992's "The Winning Way" and 2004's "Full Time: A Coach's Memoirs."