New Giants head coach Brian Daboll's wife and family life revealed

Joshua Rogers October 9, 2022
New Giants head coach Brian Daboll's wife and family life revealed
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At the end of January, Brian Daboll was announced as the New York Giants’ head coach, replacing Joe Judge. Here, we find out more about Brian Daboll’s wife and family life.

46-year-old Daboll has spent the previous four seasons as the Buffalo Bills’ offensive co-ordinator. New Giants GM Joe Schoen was Buffalo’s assistant general manager during Daboll’s entire tenure with the team.

The Giants are 3-1 for the season and face the Green Bay Packers in Week 5.

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It’s an ‘honor and a privilege’

Daboll impressed the most out of the reported seven interviewees for the position. Candidates included Brian Flores, Leslie Frazier, Lou Anarumo, Dan Quinn and Patrick Graham.

“It is an honor and a privilege to be named head coach of the New York Giants,” said Daboll in a statement. “Thank you to Joe Schoen for believing in me and to John Mara and Steve Tisch and their families for entrusting me with this position.

“My immediate goal is to assemble a coaching staff – a strong staff that emphasises teaching and collaboration and making sure our players are put in the position to be their best and, ultimately, to win games. That’s why all of us do this. To teach, to be successful, to develop talent, and to win.

“I have a pretty good idea where our fanbase’s feelings are right now, and I get it. I promise we will work our tails off to put a team on the field you will be proud to support and give us the results we all want.”

His parents and relationship with grandparents

Brian Daboll was born in the Niagara Falls suburb of Welland, Ontario, Canada, on 14 April 1975. He was raised by his grandparents in nearby West Seneca, a suburb of Buffalo, New York, as his father passed away when he was younger.

Sadly, just weeks after losing his grandmother, Daboll’s grandfather passed away in October 2021. Ruth and Chris Kirsten had been married for 68 years. Chris was 95 years old when he died. Daboll only found out the news when he was getting a flight to Tennessee for Monday Night Football.

Brian Daboll’s wife Beth and their children

Brian Daboll’s wife is Beth Daboll, a nurse who hails from Lancaster in north west England. They reportedly met in 2006 at a bar in Buffalo while Brian was celebrating his 30th birthday.

The couple married in 2009 and parent six children, two of whom are theirs together. They both have two children from previous relationships.

Speaking to the New York Post about her husband, Beth said: “He has a fiery, passionate side with work, but he’s the most patient, easy-going person in the world. He’s just so easy to get along with.”

Brian and Beth Daboll’s children are Mark, Christian, Aiden, Haven, Avery and Luke. Neither Brian nor Beth are active on social media. However, Beth is on Twitter. Her account is set to private but her bio says “director of family operations.” Her cover photo also features a picture of Brian.

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Brian Daboll’s net worth explored

Daboll’s NFL coaching career started in 2000 with the New England Patriots as a defensive coaching assistant. He joined the Jets as quarterbacks coach in 2006. He has also served as offensive co-ordinator for the Browns, Dolphins, Chiefs and Alabama Crimson Tide.

All Famous Birthday estimates Brian Daboll’s net worth at $1.5 million.

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Joshua is a senior sports writer with over four years' experience in online writing. He graduated with a BA in Ancient History from The University of Manchester before receiving an MA in Sports Journalism from The University of Central Lancashire. He became a trending writer for a leading social publisher and later spent time covering the 2018 World Cup for The Mirror Online. He then moved to a social marketing agency where he acted as website editor. His specialties on The Focus include F1, tennis, NBA, NFL and combat sports.