Tyson Stengle, born on October 19, 1998, is an Australian professional rules footballer currently playing for the Geelong Cats in the Australian Football League (AFL).
In his early career, Stengle showcased his skills in junior representative football with Woodville-West Torrens in the SANFL and represented South Australia in national championships at the under-18 level.
He was drafted by the Richmond Tigers in the 2017 rookie draft and made his AFL debut in round 15 of the same year. In the 2018 trade period, Stengle was traded to the Adelaide Crows.
Before starting the 2021 AFL season, Stengle was delisted by the Adelaide Crows. However, in 2022, he joined the Geelong Cats and had a successful season, winning the premiership with the team. Stengle resides in Melbourne and shares a living arrangement with fellow AFL player Eddie Betts.
Tyson Stengle Parents
Tyson’s parent’s name is not known as of now. Stengle was brought in by his grandmother, Debra when he was four years old after the state authorities took him and his brother away from their parent’s custody.
After Debra’s passing, he resided with his grandparents, Emily and Cecil Betts. During his teenage years, he lived in the northwestern Adelaide suburb of Ethelton and completed his secondary education at Le Fevre High School.
Stengle is the nephew of former Sydney Swans forward Michael O’Loughlin. Additionally, he is related to former AFL players Eddie Betts, Ricky O’Loughlin, and Terry Milera.
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Tyson Stengle Wife & Children
Tyson Stengle is currently single and not married. He has not revealed any information about his girlfriend to the public. However, in 2021, he was given an opportunity by Geelong and made his club debut in Round 1 against Essendon, impressively scoring a career-high four goals.
Throughout the season, he solidified his position in the team, participating in all 22 games and scoring 46 goals during the home and away matches. This performance placed him 12th in the Coleman Medal standings, an impressive achievement for his first year at Geelong. As of now, Tyson Stengle does not have a wife or children.