The legendary Mat Rogers retired from Rugby League in October of 2011 after taking the Titans to that year’s nail biting NRL grand final. Few players have achieved as much as Mat has in both League and Union Rugby, with 4 years with the Titans, after five years representing the Waratahs and Australian Wallabies. On the field, he displays an outstanding natural talent with the ability to invoke fear in even the fiercest competitor.
Off field, Mat is devoted to his wife Chloe Maxwell, one of Australia’s best-loved models and television personalities. The couple wed in 2008 at a lavish wedding in Sanctuary Cove, Mat and Chloe’s young family includes their baby girl Phoenix, young son Max and Mat’s older children Jack and Skyla.
Look closer and you’ll see there’s much more to Mat than his acclaimed international sporting career and satisfying family life. Eloquent, engaging and endearingly frank, he is fast becoming known as a talented lifestyle personality. Mat’s down-to-earth attitude and cheeky sense of humour give him a boy-next-door appeal that enables him to establish relationships easily with a vast range of people including fans and sponsors.
He is a warm personality with an incredible inner strength and willingness to accept new challenges; Mat is a media-friendly personality with plenty to offer. Mat is an inspiring motivational speaker delivering valuable learning’s in an understated eloquent manner. He is experienced in corporate presentations, sporting functions and Q&A sessions and has thoughtful opinions on many relevant topics but especially how to overcome the obstacles in life.
Mat and his wife Chloe are devoted to the charity they set up after discovering their son was autistic, so they could help other families with autistic children. In mainstream media Mat has appeared on Dancing with the Stars (Season 15, 2015) and in 2020 he competed in Australian Survivor: Champions vs Contenders.
2007 - 2011 Australian Rugby League Gold Coast Jestar Titans
2001 - 2006 Australian Rugby Union The Waratahs - 40 x games
The Wallabies - 45 test matches
2003 Rugby World Cup Australia
2002 Australian Rugby Union Australian Sevens
1995 - 2001 Australian Rugby League Cronulla Sharks
1998 - 2000 QLD State of Origin Queensland