Marcus Bontempelli has not revealed his wife or partner yet. To find out if he is married or not， read this article to the end.
Marcus Bontempelli is an Australian rules footballer who played professionally for the Western Bulldogs in the Australian Football league.
In the 2013 AFL draft， Marcus was drafted with the fourth selection. He made his debut in the 2014 season and received a nomination for the 2014 AFL Rising Star award.
From 2018 to 2019， he served as the Bulldogs vice-captain and was named the captain since the 2020 season.
Is Marcus Bontempelli Married? Meet His Wife Or Partner
Marcus Bontempelli is not married.
The Bulldogs captain has not revealed his partner or girlfriend. In fact， he has not shared anything related to his relationship or love life till now on any of his social media platforms.
Marcus seems to be single for now and completely caught up in his career. Although we do suspect that he is secretly dating someone as a rumor recently appeared about him dating someone famous. But we have no evidence to prove that; hence he might actually be single.
We can find his official account on Instagram as @marcus_bontempelli. Marcus has 103k followers and has shared 173 posts so far on the social media platform.
AFL: Marcus Bontempelli Parents And Family
Marcus Bontempelli is a professional Australian rules footballer from the AFL. He plays for the Western Bulldogs in the Australian Football League.
Marcus’s parents are Carlo Bontempelli and Geraldine Bontempelli. Talking about his family， he is the third of four siblings and has three sisters.
Born on 24 November 1995 in Melbourne， Victoria， Marcus grew up supporting Richmond in his youth. His all-time favorite player is Matthew Richardson and
Bonti shares a special bond with his mother， Geraldine. Growing up with three sisters around has definitely helped him grow as a better person with respect for women. His positive attitude and determination reflect on the field.
The Bulldogs captain is also known for his passionate activism on social issues and stands against violence towards women. He was one of three players in 2015 to help advocate against violence towards women， alongside Patrick Dangerfield and Shaun Burgoyne.