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Jake Stringer

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Full Name Jake Stringer
Profession Rules Footballer
Date of Birth April 25 , 1994
Current Age 29 years
Birth Country Australia
Nationality Australian Citizenship
Birth Sign Taurus
Dead or Alive Alive ( 29 years old)

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Jake Stringer is one of the famous Rules Footballer, who was born on the memorable day of April 25 in the year 1994. Jake Stringer is a proud citizen of Australia.

Nicknamed The Package, he was the number 5 overall pick of the Western Bulldogs in the 2012 Australian Football League draft. He was the Bulldogs leading goalkicker in 2015 and named to the All-Australian team that year. He later began playing for Essendon Football Club.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Jake Stringer continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Jake Stringer
Popular As: Jake Stringer
First Name: Jake
Last Name: Stringer
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 25
Birth Year: 1994
Age: 29-years
Siblings: Brad Stringer, Travis Stringer


He was recruited from the under-18 Australian rules football competition known as The TAC Cup while playing for the Bendigo Pioneers.

He was named an AFL Rising Star nominee in 2014.


He has a daughter named Milla with his partner Abby. He played under captain Robert Murphy for the Western Bulldogs.

Jake Stringer Timeline

After suffering a leg fracture in 2011, he was still able to show strong form for the Bendigo Gold in the VFL.
He was drafted by the Bulldogs with the fifth overall selection in the 2012 national draft. .
He previously played for the Western Bulldogs from 2013 to 2017.
In 2014, Stringer's abilities improved dramatically, and he began to be known as "The Package".
Stringer was selected in the All-Australian team in 2015 and won an AFL premiership with the Bulldogs in 2016, the club's first in 62 years.
In 2016, Stringer struggled with form which led to him being dropped at the end of the Home and Away season.