David Neitz Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

David Neitz is a resigned Australian guidelines footballer who has hitched his better half, Kelly Latham. He began his AFL vocation in 1998 and played until 2008 for Melbourne Football Club.

Neitz was born on January 22, 1975, in Ulverstone, Tasmania. His whole AFL profession is dedicated to Melbourne Football Club.


David is viewed as a club legend and is the primary player to accomplish 300 games achievement with the club.

Does Melbourne Football Captain David Neitz Have A Wife? Indeed, David is a hitched man. He is hitched to Kelly Latham, and they have two lovely little girls. Two or three has shared almost no data about their own life. Thusly, the specific date of their marriage is as yet unclear.

Personal information
Full name David Neitz
Date of birth 22 January 1975 
Place of birth Ulverstone, Tasmania
Original team(s) Parkmore
Height 193 cm
Weight 100 kg

Kelly and David have been together beginning around 2003. They have seen together during the AFL Brownlow Medal Count held at Crown Casino on September 22, 2003, in Melbourne, Australia. They share a delightful relationship and love each other tremendously. David posts about his better half consistently on his Instagram page.

David Neitz’s Family And Children David holds Australian identity. He has not shared a lot of about his folks or kin. Be that as it may, his two little girls are referred to people in general as he posts about them consistently on his virtual entertainment handles.


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His senior girl is around seven years of age, though the little one is around four years of age.

David Neitz’s Career David played in AFL at Melbourne Football Club for a very long time until 2008. He sacked various titles and broke many records during his profession.


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He was given captaincy of the group in 2000. He captained Melbourne Club until 2008, when he resigned after his neck injury. He was one of the most enriched players in the club.

He began his vocation in 1993 when he the club to play in AFL. In 2000, Neitz was named Melbourne’s commander. He set another club record for most games captained in 2005. In 1995 and 2002, he was named All-Australian and addressed Australia in the 1998 and 2002 International Rules Series against Ireland.

David Neitz’s Achievements In 2002, Neitz acquired the Keith ‘Bluey’ Truscott Medal, his most memorable Melbourne Best and Fairest Award. Neitz played his 250th AFL game on April 8, 2005, and in 2006, he marked a two-year agreement expansion that would take him all the way of 2007. On May 19, 2006, Neitz turned into Melbourne’s unequaled driving objective kicker.

He declared his prompt retirement from the AFL on May 19, 2008, refering to a crushed plate in the spirit of his neck as the justification behind his exit from the workforce. He completed his playing profession with a few Melbourne records, including the most games, the most objectives, and the longest-serving chief.