3 October 1974 |
As a player, Seibold had stints at the Brisbane Broncos (1992–1995) and Canberra Raiders (1997–1998) throughout the 90's, where he played in the National Rugby League. In 1999 Seibold signed for the London Broncos where he played two seasons in the English Super League.
Seibold played for the Ipswich Jets in the 2002 Queensland Cup Grand Final before returning to the UK. In 2003 he signed for the Hull Kingston Rovers, where he captained the team during their 2003 and 2004 seasons. He returned to the Brisbane Broncos organisation in 2005 where he captained the Toowoomba Clydesdales team in the 2005 Queensland Cup.
In 2006 he moved to Wales where he was assistant coach at Celtic Crusaders between 2006 and 2009, playing in the first season. He helped to lead the club to Super League and assisted John Dixon in their first season at that level.
Post playing career
Seibold has a Bachelor of Teaching and a Masters of Education and lectured in the Faculty of Education at the University of Southern Queensland after his retirement from Rugby League.
Following his spell at Crusaders, he took on his first head coach role, at South Wales Scorpions where he led the club to the play-offs in the club's first ever season. He then moved back to Australia to coach in the Queensland Cup.
After working as an Assistant Coach at the Melbourne Storm under Craig Bellamy, Siebold was recruited to join the Manly Sea Eagles before joining the Rabbitohs. Seibold is also Assistant Coach of the Queensland Maroons State of Origin team.
- Anthony Seibold rugbyleagueproject.org