Brad Fittler

Australian Rugby League Player and Coach
Born Feb 5, 1972
Age 43
Hometown Auburn, New South...

Bradley Scott "Freddie" Fittler AM is an Australian professional rugby league football coach and former player. The current coach of NSW City team in the City vs. Country clash, he coached in the NRL for the Sydney Roosters between 2007 and 2009. He also currently works as a presenter on NRL Daily. As a player, Fittler captained both New South Wales and Australia, and in 2000 was awarded the Golden Boot award.… Read More

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1972 Birth Born on February 5, 1972.


1988 16 Years Old Fittler was born in Auburn, New South Wales, Australia. Fittler began playing junior rugby league for the Ashcroft Stallions and Mounties before moving to Cambridge Park. While attending Ashcroft High School, St Dominic's College then later, McCarthy Catholic Senior High School Emu Plains, Fittler played for the Australian Schoolboys team in 1988 and 1989.
1989 17 Years Old Fittler's first grade career started in 1989 at the Penrith Panthers while he was still attending McCarthy Catholic Senior High School in the western suburbs of Sydney. … Read More
He played in Penrith's 1990 Grand Final loss.
1991 19 Years Old The following year he was in the Panthers' premiership winning-side of 1991.


1992 - 1995 3 More Events
1996 24 Years Old In 1996, he joined the Sydney Roosters where he played nine seasons, captaining them to the 2002 NRL Grand Final victory. … Read More
1997 25 Years Old The Rothmans Medal for player of the 1997 ARL Premiership was awarded to Sydney City Roosters captain and five-eighth, Fittler.
2000 28 Years Old 1 More Event
Early in his career Fittler struggled with discipline problems, but he matured into a fine leader. He captained Australia in 20 Tests, winning 17 and losing 3, and in a further 5 victories in the 2000 World Cup. … Read More


2006 34 Years Old …  He was named a Member (AM) of the Order of Australia in the 2006 Queen's Birthday Honours List. … Read More
Fittler remains the youngest NSW State of Origin player (18 years 114 days) and was once the youngest Kangaroo representative (18 years 247 days) until Israel Folau made his debut in late 2007. … Read More
2009 37 Years Old 1 More Event
On 20 June 2009, it was reported in the Townsville Bulletin that, a day earlier, a drunken Fittler had tried to gain access to the wrong hotel room while wearing only shorts. … Read More
2010 38 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2010 Fittler was linked with a move to the London-based Super League side Harlequins, but this has not eventuated. … Read More
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