Sanju Samson Bio| Wife| Net worth| Height & More Personal Data

 Sanju Samson or Sanju Viswanath Samson is an Indian international cricketer.

He is an international cricketer who captains Kerala in domestic cricket and Rajasthan Royals in Indian premier league.

He is one of the coolest players in the Indian cricket team. He is also cool as captain even in nail biting situations.

Moreover now some more facts about the early life of Sanju Samson and how his early life started off his long way to the Indian cricket team.


Sanju Samson was born on 11 November 1994 into a Latino catholic Malayalam family in Pulluvila, Kerala.

His father, Samson Viswanath, worked as a former police constable at Delhi police and retired as a footballer representing Delhi in Santosh trophy.

Sanju Samson’s mother, lijy Viswanath is a housewife.

Moreover, Sanju Samson has an elder brother who also was a former cricketer.

His brother, Saly Samson represented Kerala in junior cricket and he currently works in the AG’s office.

Sanju Samson spent most of his childhood in the police residential colony in North Delhi and studied at Rosary Senior Secondary school, Delhi.

At that time he got trained under the guidance of coach Yashpal at the academy in DL DAV model school, Shalimar Bagh.

However when Sanju didn’t make it through the Delhi U13 team, his father took his voluntary retirement from the Delhi police and football team and a year after moved to Kerala.

And here is where Sanju’s and his brother’s cricketing journey started off.

Sanju Samson attended master’s cricket club in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala prior changing academics to train under Biju George on medical college ground, Thiruvananthapuram.

Sanju afterwards, graduated high school from St. Joseph’s higher secondary school Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.

Then he pursued a B.A. degree in English literature, Thiruvananthapuram.

However, before being an international cricketer, Sanju Samson’s childhood aspiration is to become an IPS officer.

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