Happy Birthday Aaron Finch: A look at the hard hitting batter’s net worth, endorsements and charity

Finch’s success on the field has brought him a fortune on the commercial front as well.

One of the most explosive Australian batters of all time, Aaron Finch turned 36 today i.e. November 17, 2022.

Aaron Finch is a right-handed top-order batter who rose to prominence as a middle-order batter for Australia in the 2006 U19 World Cup. In his younger days, he was mostly used as a floater. He emerged onto the scene after performing admirably during the 2009 Big Bash League (BBL) season. Later, against Tasmania, he hit his first-class century.

Aaron Finch’s brand name as a power hitter grew steadily after making his T20I debut against England in January 2011. All whilst, his ODI debut came a few years later, in January 2013, against Sri Lanka. Aaron Finch played a few Test matches as well. In his career, the legendary opening batter has scored 5406 runs in ODI, 3120 runs in T20I and 278 runs in the longest format of the game.

Finch has always been a fantastic white-ball striker. Under his leadership, the Kangaroos won the ICC T20 World Cup 2021. The veteran batsman recently announced his retirement from the 50-over format of the game.

Finch’s success on the field has brought him a fortune on the commercial front as well. Aaron Finch has secured a number of collaborations, which undoubtedly increased the value of his brand. Let’s look at the former Australian batter’s net worth, endorsements, and charitable contributions:

Net worth:

Aaron Finch’s net worth is estimated to be INR 80 crore. His revenues are mainly extracted from his contract with Cricket Australia and various T20 leagues around the world. Finch’s net worth includes a significant portion of his endorsement earnings.

The T20I captain of Australia also owns Audi R8 and Mercedes SUV.


Throughout the years, Aaron Finch has inked numerous endorsement deals. The list includes some big brands like Gray Nicholls, HCL, New Balance and Rario NFT.


In 2020, Finch along with Australian women’s team captain Meg Lanning ran for Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation to spread awareness about organ and tissue donation.

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