Shreyas Umbardand Wiki, Height, Weight, Age, Girlfriend, Family, Biography & More

Shreyas Umbardand

Shreyas Umbardand is an Indian Kabaddi player who plays as a left-cover defender for the Bengal Warrior team in the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL).


Shreyas Umbardand was born in Baramati, Maharashtra.

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 9″

Weight (approx.): 70 kg

Hair Colour: Black

Eye Colour: Black

Body Measurements (approx.): Chest: 40″, Waist: 32″, Biceps: 13″


Parents & Siblings

Not much is known about his family.


Shreyas Umbardand is unmarried.


In 2023, Shreyas Umbardand participated in the 6th Junior Federation Kabaddi Cup as a player of the Maharashtra State Kabaddi Team. In the same year, he made his Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) debut with the Bengal Warriors team; however, after a few months, he was excluded from the team due to an injury and was replaced by kabaddi player Jaskirat Singh.

A picture of Shreyas Umbardand and Jaskirat Singh

A picture of Shreyas Umbardand and Jaskirat Singh


  • Shreyas Umbardand is a fitness enthusiast. He does physical exercise daily. He frequently shares pictures of his gym sessions on various social media platforms.

    Shreyas Umbardand while posing at a gym

    Shreyas Umbardand while posing at a gym

  • According to Shreyas Umbardand, he used to watch the Pro Kabaddi League seasons on television and decided to participate in the league. During a media conversation, he shared that he used to play in school, participated in his club, played in many national Kabaddi championships, and then participated in the tenth season of the Pro Kabaddi League in 2023. Earlier, he had faced some financial difficulties and found it challenging to secure a good coach to teach him new skills. However, Shreyas received complete support from his family. He said,

     It was also difficult to find a good coach who could teach you new skills. I had complete support from my family.”

  • In the same media discussion, he added that he spent much time with his cover partner, Vaibhav Garje, on the Bengal Warrior team to improve their coordination during the matches. Shreyas believed that this strategy would not only strengthen their bond but also improve their performance. He had plans for the tenth season and aimed to face his Maharashtrian companions Aslam Inamdar and Akash Shinde. Shreyas credited the coaches for enhancing his skills during the camp. Shreyas Umbardand said,

    In the camp, I have learnt a lot from Bhaskaran sir and Prashant sir – they have tried to improve my game.”

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