David Warner Net Worth

Last Modified Dec 27, 2022 11:48 IST
Age34 years
Net Worth$11.5 million
Resides atSydney, Australia
Marital StatusMarried to Candice Falzon(m. 2015)
Endorsements ASICS, LG, DSC, KFC, Channel Nine, Toyota, Make-a-Wish Foundation.
Source of IncomeProfessional cricketer, endorsements

David Andrew Warner is an Australian batter who represents his national team in all formats of international cricket. He also plays for New South Wales and Sydney Thunder on the domestic level. In the Indian Premier League, Warner features for the Delhi Capitals franchise. The southpaw plays the role of an opening batter and is regarded as one of the most fearless batters in modern day cricket. Currently, his net worth is estimated to be around $11.5 million or ₹95.1 crores.

David Warner Salary

David Warner is an integral part of the Australian cricket team. His worth to the national side is clearly reflected by the salary he is offered by the Australian Cricket Board. David receives the third highest annual salary in the Australian cricket team of 1.5 million Australian Dollars. On top of that, he receives an additional $5,500 as T20 fees, $7,000 as ODI fees and $18,000 as Test fees.

David Warner IPL Salary

In his debut year, David Warner was bought by Delhi Daredevils for a sum of INR 15 lakhs only. He played for The Delhi franchise for five years before making a move to Sunrisers Hyderabad where he was bought into the team for a sum of 5 crores. He played for the Hyderabad-based franchise since then and was released just before the 2022 mega auction. In the 2022 IPL Mega Auction, he was sold to Delhi Capitals for 6.25 crores and has been retained by the team in 2023.

David Warner Endorsements

David Warner has endorsed multiple companies, such as ASICS, LG, DSC, KFC, Channel Nine, Toyota, Make-a-Wish Foundation. He used to wield Gray Nicholls bats for almost a decade but has recently shifted to endorsing Spartan.

David Warner Investments

David Warner is a very discreet person who doesn’t like to share his personal matters with the world. He and his wife Candice have made sure that they maintain a certain level of privacy. Known investments from David Warner include his house which is worth approximately $4 million and his luxurious cars which he has bought.

David Warner House

David Warner owns a luxurious mansion in Maroubra, Sydney, Australia where he resides along with his wife and three kids. The house is estimated to be worth almost $4 million.

David Warner Cars

David Warner is an avid car enthusiast. His most recent purchase was a Lamborghini Huracan which costs about $450,000. The car can reach up to a speed of 325 km/h. Additionally, he also owns a McLaren 570S and a Lexus RX350.

David Warner Other Sources of Income

Apart from playing professional cricket David Warner also endorses a number of brands which attribute substantially to his net worth.

David Warner Charity

Over the years David Warner has won several matches, but in the past few years he has been able to win a lot of hearts. David Warner and his wife Candice took the initiative of ‘GoldTelethon’ In order to support and help young patients and ensure that critically ill and injured kids at Sydney Children’s Hospital Randwick received the treatment which they deserved.

The target of the Telethon was to raise a total of $ 5 million. The event was broadcasted live on channel 9 on June 8, 2015. David Warner has also authored a book named ‘The Kaboom Kid’ which was aimed at educating children who were undergoing long-term cancer treatment.

He has also partnered with Make-a-Wish foundation and has himself donated $10,000. Also, in 2022, Warner along with his teammates had donated their prize money to children and families in Sri Lanka who are going through a crisis.


1. What is David Warner's Net Worth?

A. David Warner's Net Worth is estimated to be $11.5 million as of 2022.

2. What is David Warner's IPL Salary?

A. David Warner received an IPL Salary of INR 6.25 Crores in 2022.

3. What is David Warner's Australia Salary?

A. David Warner is paid $1.5 million as retainer fee by the Australian cricket board.