Craig Bellamy is an Australian professional rugby league football coach who is the head coach of the NRL Melbourne Storm. NRL’s 2012, 2017 and 2020 premiership-winning coach, Craig Bellamy is widely regarded as one of the finest coaches in the rugby league world.
Craig Bellamy is one of the greatest coaches in the history of rugby league.
Bellamy took on the senior coaching role with Melbourne in 2003, leading the team to a semi-final in his first year.
Since that time Storm has played in a remarkable 18 finals series, winning the grand final on five occasions, the minor premiership seven times, and he has the best win-loss record of any coach in the NRL.
Earlier in 2022, Bellamy became only the fourth coach in premiership history to reach the 500- game mark. He is only the second to lead the one club in 500 consecutive games and became the number one on the list for most consecutive games with one club.
Along the journey, Craig Bellamy has been awarded the Dally M Coach of the Year on six occasions and the Rugby League International Federation Coach of the Year twice.