Rani Rampal Biography, Age, Wiki, Height, Weight, Boyfriend, Family & More

Rani Rampal

Biography / Wiki

Rani Rampal is an Indian field hockey player and Captain of the Indian Women’s Field Hockey Team. She has been honored with the fourth highest civilian award “Padma Shri” by the Authorities of India in 2020. She played as a striker who often doubles up as a mid-fielder.

She is very enthusiastic about hockey and has played 212 international matches in which she scored 134 goals. She is the youngest player to represent a country at the hockey World Cup at the age of 15 years in 2010.

Currently, she hit the headlines as he is a part of the Indian contingent being sent for the Tokyo Olympics 2021.

Height / Weight / Age

Born on 4 December 1994, Rani Rampal will turn 26 years old in the year 2020. She seems to be tall with a height of 161 in centimeters and 5’3” in feet and inches. She is a well-built lady with body measurements of 36 inches breast, 29 inches waist, and 37 inches hips.

Being a Sports personality, she seems very fit and healthy and weighs 60 kg in kilograms and 132 lbs in pounds approximately. Her dark brown eyes color and black hair make his personality even more rocking.

Net Worth

According to the sources, the estimated net worth of Rani Rampal is not known or is under revision.

Education / Family

Rani was born and raised up in Shahbad, Haryana, India, and belongs to a Hindu family. Her father Rampal worked as a cart puller. There is no information with regards to her mother and siblings. Therefore, she also didn’t reveal any information with regard to her education and educational qualifications.


Rani Rampal

Nickname Not Known
Birth Place Shahbad, Haryana, India
Date Of Birth 4 December 1994
Age 26 years old (as of 2020)
Height In centimeters – 161 cm

In feet inches – 5’3”

Weight In kilograms – 60 kg

In pounds – 132 lbs

Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Black
Profession Indian Women’s Field Hockey Player (Captain)
Sexual Orientation Straight
School Not Known
College Not Known
Religion Hinduism
Nationality Indian
Home Town Shahbad, Haryana, India
Debut 2008
Fathers Name Rampal (Cart Puller)


Rani Rampal with her parents
Rani Rampal with her parents
Mothers Name Not Known
Brothers Not Known
Sister Not Known

Career / Fashion And Style

As per her career, in June 2009, she played in the Champion’s Challenge Tournament held in Kazan, Russia, and scoring 4 goals in the finals. She was awarded as the “Young Player of the Tournament” and “The Top Goal Scorer”. In November 2009, she was instrumental in winning the silver medal for the Indian team in the Asia Cup.

She was nominated in FIH Women’s All-Star Team of 2010 after playing with India’s national team at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and 2010 Asian Games. She scored a total of seven goals at the 2010 Women’s Hockey World Cup held in Rosario, Argentina. In 2016, she was honored by the prestigious Arjuna Award.

At the 2013 Junior World Cup, she has also adjudged the ‘Player of the Tournament’ in which India finished with a bronze medal. In 2014, she was named for the FICCI Comeback of the Year Award. She made India won its first-ever bronze medal at Junior World Cup in 2013.

In the 2018 Asian Games, she led the Indian women’s hockey team as captain and they won a silver medal. Apart from that, she worked as Assistant Coach with Sports Authority Of India.

Boyfriends, Affairs, Husband, and More

Boyfriends Not Known
Marital Status Unmarried
Husband None

Favorite Things

Here we are providing you a list of her favorite things.

Favorite Actors Not Known
Favorite Actress Not Known
Favorite Musical Instrument Not Known
Favorite Singer(s) Not Known
Favorite Sport Badminton, Tennis
Favorite Badminton Player Saina Nehwal
Favorite Hockey Player(s) Dhanraj Pillay

Rani Rampal

Some Interesting Facts About Rani Rampal

  • Rani made her international debut in the year 2008.
  • She played at the forward position.
  • She is the captain of the Indian Women’s Field Hockey Team.
  • She is the only Indian female player to be named as the FIH Young Player of the Tournament at a women’s World Cup in 2010.
  • In 2014, she received the FICCI Comeback of the Year Award.
  • Her hobbies include Listening to Music and Shopping.
  • Currently, she worked for the Sports Authority of India.
  • She owns her dream house, after shining in the sport of Hockey.