AFL: Meet Tyson Stengle Parents

The information regarding Tyson Stengle’s parents has not been disclosed yet. According to Stengle’s Wikipedia page, he was taken in by his grandmother, Debra.

After Debra died, he moved in with his grandparents, Emily and Cecil Betts.

Tyson spent his teenage years in the Ethelton neighborhood of northern Adelaide, where he attended Le Fevre High School. He was a part of Port Adelaide’s Aboriginal AFL Academy.

Who Is Tyson Stengle Girlfriend?

The official information regarding Tyson Stengle’s girlfriend has not been revealed.

Tyson can be seen posting images on Instagram with girls, but it does not seem that he is dating any of them.

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Explore Tyson Stengle Net Worth: How Rich Is He?

According to celebsagewiki.com, Tyson Stengle’s net worth is estimated to be between 1 million and 5 million dollars.

Stengle has remained silent when it comes to revealing his income and net worth.

In the Adelaide Magistrates’ Court on October 23, 2020, Stengle pled guilty to a charge of alcohol driving. He was fined $1,671.

Meet Tyson Stengle On Instagram

Tyson Stengle has registered his Instagram account under the username @tstengle2.

He has 13.4k followers and 21 posts on Instagram as of April 17, 2022.

Besides Instagram, Tyson also has a Twitter account, which he joined in June 2017 under the ID handle @StengleTyson.

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More About Tyson Stengle Career

In February 2018, Tyson Stengle was chosen to represent Richmond in the AFLX Sydney event, along with the majority of the club’s younger players.

For his 33 goals in 19 VFL appearances, Tyson was awarded the club’s reserves goal-kicking medal, although he did not earn an AFL match in 2018.

Stengle’s career with the Adelaide Football Club came to an end when he was delisted on March 17, 2021, before the start of the 2021 AFL season, as a consequence of an off-field incident settlement.