Date of birth
May 31, 1989
Place of birth
Joining the Wolfpack during the 2018 Season, Chase Stanley has a sparkling record of eleven seasons in the NRL with Clubs such as St George Illawarra, Melbourne Storm and Canterbury Bulldogs.
Serious injuries across his career have lowered Stanley’s games tally from where it should be but his resilience and determination has seen the New Zealand international bounce back time and time again. A positive influence on his teammates at all times, Stanley was a key piece of the puzzle that saw the Wolfpack secure Super League promotion in 2019.
Stanley scored 13 tries across 17 appearances for the Wolfpack in 2019, his second season with the transatlantic Club. With extensive experience in the top-flight Australian competition as well as at the international level with his native New Zealand, Stanley will be a valuable member of the Wolfpack squad as they take the historic step into Super League.
Hobbled by injury during the 2018 postseason, Stanley was influential on-field in the 2019 Playoffs, registering a second half try in the Semi-Final against Toulouse that put the result beyond doubt despite a late charge from the French side.
Now in his his third season with the Wolfpack, Stanley brings unique experience and a calm attitude to the Club, qualities that will be called upon each week during the 2020 Season. His ability to score tries from the smallest of opportunities while also bringing others into the game sets him up perfectly for the Wolfpack’s maiden Super League charge and fans can expect to see the New Zealand international lighting up stadiums across the UK as well as Toronto in 2020.