Tyson Smoothy, age, date of birth, height, weight, nationality and more

Tyson Smoothy

Date of birth07 July 1999
Age24 years (in 2024)
heightcm- 181
Feet- 6.3
metres- 5.9
Weightkg- 97
pound- 213
eye colorBlack
state of originQueensland
Birth-placeToowoomba, QLD
Present AddressSE 209, Brisbane, Quneesland
P.H number-+61 0433 1991 XXXX
Jersey number15
SchoolMountain Creek State High School
Junior clubKawana
current clubBrisbane Broncos
Debut11 March 2021
First matchPayne Haas played for the Melbourne Storm,
He debuted against the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
Running speed32 km/h
Total game played17
Total goal0

Tyson Smoothy Wikipedia and Biography


Tyson Smoothy, hailing from the picturesque city of Toowoomba in Queensland, Australia, began his journey in the world of rugby league with a passion that would eventually propel him to the heights of professional success. Raised on the Sunshine Coast, he imbibed the spirit of the game early on, nurturing dreams that would one day see him don the jerseys of renowned teams.

Smoothy’s educational foundation was laid at Mountain Creek State High School, where he not only honed his academic skills but also started making waves on the rugby league field. His junior rugby league days were spent with the Kawana Dolphins, a period that showcased his raw talent and caught the attention of the Brisbane Broncos, who saw in him the potential to become a future star.


In 2015, Tyson Smoothy marked his presence on the Queensland rugby league scene by representing the state under-16 team, securing a victory over New South Wales. This early success set the stage for his future endeavors in the sport.

Moving on to 2017, Smoothy donned the jersey of the Brisbane Broncos under-20s side, displaying leadership qualities that would later see him captaining the Queensland under-20 team. The transition from junior to more competitive levels of play marked the beginning of his professional journey.

A significant chapter unfolded in 2018 when Tyson Smoothy joined the Sunshine Coast Falcons in the Queensland Cup, showcasing his skills in the under-20 side. The pinnacle of this stint came in 2019 when he was crowned the Man of the Match in the under-20 Grand Final, leading his team to victory against the Wynnum Manly Seagulls.

In 2020, the talented player made a move to the Penrith Panthers, where he contributed to their campaigns in the NRL Nines and the New South Wales Cup, further establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with in the rugby league arena.

2021 to 2022:

The year 2021 saw Tyson Smoothy making a return to the Brisbane Broncos. Over the course of the season, he played a total of four matches, securing victories in two and facing defeat in the other two. His goal tally for the season reached an impressive three, showcasing his versatility and contribution to the team.


In 2023, Tyson Smoothy took a significant step in his career by switching teams once again, rejoining the Brisbane Broncos. This season proved to be a defining one for the young player as he featured in a total of 13 matches, with an impressive win record of 10 victories against 3 losses. Though not score tries or goals during this season, Smoothy’s consistent performance solidified his position as a valuable asset for the team.

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