Joe Montana Height and Weight

Joe Montana Height and Weight

Height: 6’2” / 188 cm

Weight: 205 lbs / 93 kg

Ethnicity: White

Hair Color: Fair

Eye Color: Grey

Joe Montana is an internationally popular former American football player. Nowadays he is still tall and fit, but career in such a dangerous kind of sports ruined his health, and each movement now causes him pain.

As the stellar athlete recalled in his mind during his interview to Notre Dame Football series, he used to be very athletic in his school years. Joe played both, football and basketball, and his father advised him to choose basketball as the easier option. But Montana chose American football.

He got initial recognition as a player during his years in Notre Dame University. Then he won the college championship and has become Notre Dame legend.

He continued to play American football professionally and was signed by San Francisco 49ers. Probably, it was the most successful period in his career. Joe managed to win four Super Bowls.

In 1993 Montana was transferred to Kansas City Chiefs and led his teammates to numerous victories during this year. He retired in 1995, having called his injures as a reason.

The football player wanted to devote his life to upbringing of his three children. But because of numerous old traumas he was just a viewer, while his sons were playing football and surfing.

Joe Montana Height and Weight


Name: Joseph Clifford Montana Jr.

Nickname: Joe Cool; The Comeback Kid

Date of Birth: June 11, 1956

Place of Birth: New Eagle, Pennsylvania, USA

Zodiac Sign: Gemini

Education: Ringgold High School; North Carolina State University; the University of Notre Dame



He is married.

Wife: Jennifer Montana (an actress; married since 1985)

Joe was previously married to:

1) Cathleen Castillo (1981-1984)

2) Kim Moses (1974-1977)


He has 4 children with his wife:

1) Nate Montana (born in 1989)

2) Elizabeth Montana (born in 1986)

3) Nick Montana (born in 1992)

4) Alexandra Montana

Awards and Honors:

1) Super Bowl MVP in1982; 1985; 1990;

2) Star in Football Walk of Fame in 2000

3) Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year in 1990

…and others

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