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Adil Rashid: Bio, family, net worth

Adil Rashid: Bio, family, net worth

Last updated on: December 28, 2022

Adil Rashid is a British cricketer. He plays for the England cricket team in ODI and T20I formats as a right-arm leg-break bowler.

Know Adil Rashid bio, career, debut, wife, children, age, height, awards, favorite things, body measurements, dating history, net worth, car collections, address, date of birth, school, residence, religion, father, mother, siblings, and much more.

Adil Rashid Biography

Childhood and School life

Even though his parents are from Pakistan, Rashid was born in Bradford, West Yorkshire. His family moved to England from Mirpur, Jammu, and Kashmir, in 1967, making him and his England teammate Moeen Ali both members of the Mirpuri community.

Adil Rashid has been playing cricket since he was 8 years old. In his early years, he put in a lot of effort and was recognized as a promising young talent. Rashid was accepted to the Yorkshire Academy when he was just 14 years old. Rashid was the game-winner in a number of matches he played in for the school. Adil Rashid hit a century for his club for two straight games in 2006.

Domestic Career

Adil Rashid was drafted into the Yorkshire County Club in 2006, and that same year he made his first-class debut for the team. Adil Rashid made quite an entrance into the English Domestic circuit with a five-wicket haul on his debut, which he achieved against Warwickshire.

Rashid was selected to play for England’s Under-19 team in a match against India’s Under-19 side. Adil Rashid scored 172 and took 10 wickets in the second test of the tour.

In his rookie campaign, he was picked to become a permanent part of Yorkshire’s roster. In the 2007 English County season, Adil Rashid took 43 wickets and scored 837 runs. At the end of the season, he had the best overall performance.

Adil Rashid was a part of the England Lions squad that traveled to India for the 2008 Duleep Trophy. In just two of Rashid’s tournament games, he managed to take six wickets.

Adil Rashid was the leading wicket-taker for his English County team in 2008, with 62.

International Career

In a 2009 Men’s T20 World Cup match against the Netherlands, Adil Rashid made his debut for his country. Adil Rashid took three wickets across four games played.

Adil Rashid was included in the English squad probably after the World Cup, but he was left off the final roster for the 2009 Ashes.

Adil Rashid played in his first one-day international in August of 2009, and he took his first wicket in that game.

Rashid had a successful season, and he played in nearly all of the national team’s limited-overs matches.

Despite being given opportunities in the national team in 2010, Adil Rashid was unable to make the most of them.

Unfortunately, Adil Rashid’s decline in 2011 and 2012 extended to his performance on the domestic circuit as well.

Adil Rashid honed his abilities and made a comeback, first with his country’s team and then with the national squad.

Adil Rashid was added to the England Test squad in March 2015 for their series against the West Indies. Unfortunately, he was unable to participate in any of the tour matches.

Adil Rashid made his one-day international (ODI) comeback for England that same year in a series against New Zealand. Rashid batted in runs and was a key contributor to his team’s series victory. In the four games of the series, Adil Rashid took eight victims.

Adil Rashid was a key member of England’s squad at the 2016 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. Rashid also performed well in the finals, taking one wicket while allowing only 23 runs in four overs.

Adil Rashid was picked up as England’s lead spinner for a series against India in 2017. He finished with 17 wickets in four tests during the series. Adil Rashid was a fantastic addition to the Champions Trophy squad.

Adil Rashid was selected to play in his 150th Match for his country in the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. Adil Rashid was a key player for England during the tournament, which resulted in the country’s first-ever World Cup victory.

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, international matches will begin in England on 29 May 2020, and Rashid was selected as one of 55 players to begin training at that time. Rashid was added to England’s 24-man squad on July 9, 2020, so that he could begin private preparations for the One-Day International series against Ireland. Rashid was included in England’s One-Day International squad on July 27, 2020. He took the milestone of 150 ODI wickets as a spin bowler for England in the second game against Ireland. Rashid took his 50th wicket in a Twenty20 International in the second match of that series against South Africa in November 2020.


Full Name

Adil Usman Rashid


Dil, Dilly, Rash






August 27, 2009, vs Ireland


October 13, 2015, vs Pakistan


June 5, 2009, vs Netherlands

Jersey Number



Bowler (right-arm leg-break)

Best Bowling

5/49 (Test), 5/26 (ODI), 3/11 (T20I)


60 (Test), 155 (ODI), 51 (T20I)

Personal life

Date of Birth

February 17, 1988


34 years

Zodiac sign



Adil Rashid signature



Birth Place

Bradford, United Kingdom


Bradford, United Kingdom

School / College / University

Heaton School Bradford



Race / Ethnicity


Food Habits



Playing Cricket

Physical Stats & More


  • In feet – 5′ 8″
  • In Centimeters – 173 cm
  • In meters – 1.73 m


  • In kilograms – 72 kg
  • In Pounds – 158 lbs

Body Measurements

  • Chest Size: 39″
  • Biceps Size: 13″
  • Waist Size: 32″

Shoe size

9 (US)

Eye color


Hair Color


Adil Rashid Family


Name not known


Abdul Rashid

Adil Rashid's father Abdul Rashid


Name not known


Amar Rashid (Cricketer)

Adil Rashid's brother Amar Rashid

Haroon Rashid (Cricketer)


He has 1 child

Relationship & More

Marital Status


Marriage Date


Affairs or dating history


Favorite Things


Money Factor

Net Worth

$3 million

Source of Income – Playing Cricket

Car collection

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