Steve Hansen

Series of elevation drawings of Steve Hansen in rugby positions measured with overall height

Steve Hansen is one whose input in rugby was continuously overshadowed by New Zealand players. Nonetheless, the former New Zealand rugby union player and the head coach has guided the Canterbury Crusaders, Wales, and New Zealand. He achieved most success with the All Blacks becoming a four-time coach of the year and ensuring New Zealand won the 2011 and 2015 World Cup. He also guided the All Blacks to three Grand Slam tours, eight Bledisloe cup victories, and to bag eight Freedom Cups, five Hillary Shield awards, and five Tri-Nations Cup. With Canterbury, he ensured they won two ITM Cup and two Super 12 Cups with the Crusaders.

Collection of outline illustrations of Steve Hansen in rugby poses

Steve Hansen has an estimated height of 5’10” (1.78 m).

How tall is Steve Hansen?
Steve Hansen is estimated to be 5 foot 10 inches (1.78 m) tall.


*Under Development*

5’10” | 1.78 m (Estimated)

Nationality: New Zealand

Position: Centre
, Coach
Years Active: 1980-1987 (Player), 1996-2019 (Coach)

May 7, 1959


Drawings include:
Steve Hansen standing, running, coaching

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Rugby is an intensely physical team sport where players attempt to run, throw, or kick a ball to the opposing teams side. First played in early 19th century England, each game is played by two teams of 15 players who attempt to pass or kick a ball laterally or backwards without being tackled.