James Neesham Net Worth 2023 (Updated) Wife, Salary & Endorsement Income


Cricket is one of the most popular sports in New Zealand. James Neesham became a household name after he scored his maiden ODI century against England on 3rd February 2019. He is now an integral part of Kiwi’s side that has won two consecutive World Cups.

His contract with Auckland Aces will expire at the end of 2020 season which means he might be looking for new avenues to earn money before 2022-2023 seasons starts. We have compiled all information about his earnings so far including endorsements, contracts income etc., wife, family details and girl friends as well as net worth 2022 expected earnings.

James Neesham Net Worth Estimated

Net Worth $25 Million
Annual Salary $8 Million
Source of Income Cricket/Endorsements
Cars $200K
House $350K

James Neesham Career

James Neesham is a New Zealand cricketer who was born on September 28th, 1992. In this article we will be looking at the net worth of James Neesham in 2018 and what his future earnings might look like from 2022 to 2023.

For starters, let’s take a look at the contract that he signed for with Cricket Australia which has him playing for them until 2023. Cricket Australia pays an annual salary of $3 million per year to players under their contract.

They also make money through endorsements and other contracts such as sponsorship deals or appearances, etc., but it is difficult to estimate how much each player makes from these.

The New Zealand cricketer, James Neesham has been in the news for his contract with the IPL team, Chennai Super Kings. He is one of the best batsmen to come out from this country and he has a lot of endorsements as well. The player’s official income declared by Cricket New Zealand is $100000 NZD per year. His wife and family details are also revealed along with girl friends names if any.

James Neesham Net Worth

New Zealand cricketer, James Neesham has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million as on 2019. He is currently playing for the New Zealand national team and captains them in T20I matches. The 30-year old player also plays county cricket for Worcestershire County Cricket Club in the English domestic game.

His salary with his current club is not disclosed but he earns around NZ$3,000 per week when playing domestically in New Zealand; which makes him one of Kiwi’s top earners in their squad. His income from endorsements and contracts are yet to be revealed by him or his agent but it may be more than that.