Today we discuss Ben Stoke’s Biography. Ben Stokes is an England cricketer who represents the English team in all three formats of cricket. He is a Left-handed Batsman and the greatest All-rounder. His Outstanding Performance in World Cup 2019 and Ashes series 2019 always remember in cricket history. He is the current Test Captain of the England cricket team.

Ben Stokes Biography:

Biography of Ben Stokes

 Full Name Benjamin Andrew Stokes
 Nickname Stokesy, Rockey
 Profession Cricketer (All-rounder)
 Gender Male
 Date of Birth 4 June 1991
 Age 31 Years 180 day’s( as of 2022)
 Birth Place Christchurch, Canterbury, New-Zealand
 Nationality English
 Father Name Gerard Stokes
 Wife NameClare Ratcliffe
 Mother Name Deborah Stokes
 Jersey Number 67 (England)

55 (IPL & County Cricket)

 Religion Christian
 Zodiac Sign Gemini
 Favourite Food Omelette
 Favourite Color Black
 Favourite Shot Pull Shot
 Hobbies Music, Driving
 Favourite Car Cadillac, INFINITI, Mercedes-Benz
 Favourite Player Kevin Pietersen, Dale Steyn
 Net Worth $ 11 Million (as 2022)
 TeamsNew Zealand, Durham, England, England Lions, England Cricket Board XI, Melbourne Renegades, Rising Pune Supergiant, Canterbury, Rajasthan Royals, Team Stokes, Team Morgan, Northern Superchargers

Ben Stokes Early Life:

Ben Stokes early life

Stokes was born on 4 June 1991 in Christchurch, New Zealand, the son of rugby league player and coach Gerard Stokes, known as ‘Ged Stokes’, to an English mother. 12-year-old Ben came to Northwest England after Ged, Ben’s Father, became Head Coach at Workington Rugby League Club. It was Ben’s passion for cricket and rugby that helped him settle into the Cumbrian way of life.
Cockermouth Cricket Club received help from Ben’s rapidly flourishing talent, helping them to land the North Lancashire and Cumbria Cricket League in 2006.
He won the North Lancashire and Cumbria Cricket League Premier Division title with the club in 2006 as a 15-year-old. His parents then moved back to New Zealand to live again in Christchurch Ged Stokes died in New Zealand on 8 December 2020 due to Brain cancer.

Ben Stokes Cricket Career Journey:

Cricket Career Information:

 Batting Style  Left handed
 Bowling Style  Right-arm-fast-Medium
 ODI debutvs Ireland at Castle Avenue, Aug 25, 2011
 Last ODIvs South Africa at Riverside Ground, Jul 19, 2022
 T20 debutvs West Indies at Kennington Oval, Sep 23, 2011
 Last T20 vs Pakistan at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Nov 13, 2022
 Test debutvs Australia at Adelaide Oval, Dec 05, 2013
 Last Test vs South Africa at Kennington Oval, Sep 08, 2022

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Domestic & International Career:

Domestic Journey Of Ben stokes

In September 2007, 16-year-old Ben took 4 wickets for 19 runs in his Second XI debut.

In May 2009, Ben made his A-list debut against Surrey, taking the trademark wicket of Mark Ram Prakash. Rapid growth catapulted Ben to the international stage. He made his under-19 Test debut in July 2009. In October, he made his ODI debut alongside future England stars Joe Root and Jos Buttler. Four months later, at the Under-19 World Cup, Ben scored his first century in a one-day international. In March 2010, Ben made his first-class debut in a pre-season match against MCC in Abu Dhabi. On his return, Ben was selected for County Durham’s first league game of the 2010 campaign. By May, he had marked his first century.

Ben International Debut:

Ben’s career continued its upward trajectory. Between August and September 2011, he made his ODI and IT20 debut.

After 2012 appeared on the local circuit, Ben returned to the England white ball team in 2013. His 5-61 in the fifth ODI against Australia paved the way for Test cricket.

Ben took advantage of his testing opportunities during the 2013-2014 tour. The Dark Dog’s status to a 5-0 defeat in Australia, and Ben’s performance made the trip feel a little more difficult. His third Test 120 and 6-99 in the fifth over signaled things to come. In 2015 Ben returned to the Test team for the West Indies tour in April.

A month later he scored ninety-two in the first innings against New Zealand at Lord’s Ben. For the second time, he scored the second-fastest century for an England player to reach 100 in just 85 balls.

Ashes 2015:

At the beginning of summer, the Australians entered the 2015 Ashes series. After their defeat in 2013-14, England bounced back to regain the Ashes. Ben’s 6-36 in the fourth Test helped England take an unassailable 3-1 series. During the 2015-2016 tour of South Africa, Ben re-entered the record books. At Newlands, Ben scored the fastest double century in Test cricket, when the South African bowlers scored 258 runs.

After South Africa, Ben went to India again for the ICC T20 World Cup. England reached the final and cricket showed its brutal side overnight in Kolkata. West Indies need nineteen runs from the last over to win the T20 World Cup Braithwaite hit a six. From the last team, West Indies are the world champions. After the nightmare of Kolkata, Ben freed himself and fought back.

His first ODI century came against Bangladesh in October 2016, and he was a man of the series in a 2-1 win.

February 2017 new era for English Test cricket. Joe Root as captain and Ben as Voice captain.

Ben continued to score. After his Test century in the series against South Africa, he scored another one hundred against the West Indies. But he took wickets in the third Test at Lord’s, returning his best Test figures of 6-22 against the West Indies.

World cup Winner hero:

In World cup 2019 Ben stoke’s performance was excellent. In World Cup final match Ben led the team to a remarkable Won over New Zealand and the first world cup win for England.

World cup winner

The 2019 Ashes series, Stokes played a crucial role in England’s eventual 2–2 draw in the 2019 Ashes series (though thus allowing Australia to keep the culture). In the third Test at Headingley, England looked set for defeat after being bowled out for 67 in their first innings. Stokes managed to end Australia’s lead overnight, scoring 11 fours and 8 sixes to seal the victory with an unbeaten 135* in pursuit of a record 359. This inning was Remember in Cricket History.

In April 2022 Ben stokes was named the captain of the England test team. in the 2022 t20 world cup Ben stokes’ performance in the first 3 matches was not good but his performance in the Final was excellent against Pakistan and led the team to Won the T20 World cup Twice.

Ben Stokes Family:

Father Name    Gerard Stokes
Mother Name    Deborah Stokes
Brother Name     Update Soon
Wife Name     Clare Ratcliffe
Son Name    Layton Stokes
Daughter Name    Libby Stokes
Best Friend     Alex Hales

Father &  Mother :

Ben Stokes Father and Mother

Wife & Children’s:

Ben Stokes Wife and Children's


Stokes Brother


Ben Favourite friend

Ben Stokes Physical Stats:

 Face Color White
 Hair Color Blonde
 Eye Color Blue
 Height 6’ 0” (1.83 m)
 Weight 80 kg (176 lbs.)
 Shoe Size 10 Inches
Figure Chest Size 42 Inches
Waist Size 34 Inches
Biceps Size 15 Inches

Ben Stokes Awards:

Ben Awards

  • 2017: Most Valuable Player of Indian Primer League
  • 2019: World Cup Winner Hero
  • 2019: Freedom of the Borough of Allerdale
  • 2019: BBC Sport Personality of the Year
  • 2019: 3rd Ashes Test Winner Hero
  • 2020: Wisden Cricketer of the Year
  • 2021: Wisden Cricketer of the Year
  • 2022: T20 World Cup Winner

Ben Stokes Social Media:

Facebook Stokes38
Instagram  Stokesy
Twitter  @benstokes38
WhatsApp  Not Public Privacy Matter


Ben Stokes car

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Ben stoke house


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