Bastian Schweinsteiger net worth and salary
How much did Bastian Schweinsteiger earn?
Bastian Schweinsteiger, who was born on August 1st, 1984 in Kolbermoor, was undoubtedly one of the best football players and one of the world’s best defensive national players. With a estimated fortune of 60 million euros he is one of the richest German footballers. The highest Manchester United Salary was £ 200,000 a week, the equivalent of around € 12 million a year. When he moved to Chicago Fire in the USA in 2017, Basti received “only” a salary of 5.4 million US dollars per season, but was supposed to strengthen his own brand in the United States. After the 2019 season, Schweini ended his impressive football career. He has been featured as a football expert at selected games on ARD since 2020.
Thanks to numerous advertising deals (Adidas, Right Guard, Funny Frisch), even after his active football career, he has a nice additional income and earns millions more, which will keep his fortune growing.
Bastian’s life was shown in the documentary “Schw31ns7eiger: Memories – from the beginning to the legend“Immortalized. It was shot by filmmaker Til Schweiger and appeared on Amazon Prime on June 5, 2020.
Soccer, or the love of soccer, runs in Schweinsteiger’s blood. His father was a professional footballer and runs a sports shop. In this way, of course, the young Bastian came into contact with the world of sports at an early age. At the age of just eight he played for TSV Rosenheim. There he clearly convinced of his abilities in just six years, which is why he 1998 made the leap into the youth of FC Bayern Munich managed.
This was certainly a minor development for the young 14-year-old at the time, but it should represent an important step in his career, which seemed to map the further course. First he was active in the youth team with the B team and then with the A team and won the respective championships in 2001 as well as in 2002.
Due to his extremely successful time in the youth department, the Schweinsteiger club immediately after his 2002 season offered a place in the professional squad, where he played for the first time on November 13, 2002. Just a month later, he signed his professional contract and had made the leap into professional football.
In his career as a professional footballer, Schweinsteiger convinced above all with his incredible ability to keep an eye on the game and to take advantage of scoring opportunities at exactly the right moment. It is thanks to this ability – and of course the resulting goals – that he German Footballer of the Year in 2013 was chosen.
With his qualities as a defensive footballer, it was of course only a matter of time before he was considered for the national team. In 2001 he played an international match in the U18. His first international match took place just three years later under the then national coach Rudi Völler, and Schweinsteiger is now one of them essential part of the German national team and at the same time has become a very popular figure. In 2014 he became world champion in Brazil under coach Jogi Löw.
Since the resignation of Philipp Lahm from the national team, he was officially introduced as the new captain in 2015. On August 31, 2016, after his resignation, Schweini also played his last international match for the German national team and solemnly resigned as captain.
Summer 2015 – Manchester United Salary
On July 11, 2015 it was announced that Bastian after 17 years at Bayern Munich joins Manchester United. There was a lot of speculation about the move. Allegedly there was tension with the then Bayern coach Pep Guardiola. It may also no longer fit into the playing system of the FCB team. At Manchester United, Basti initially kicked again under his ex-coach Louis Van Gaal. By the way, his assistant coach was none other than club legend Ryan Giggs. Schweini earned £ 200,000 a week at United. That works out to be 12 million euros a year – without bonuses, mind you.
In the summer of 2016, however, everything should change again, as José Mourinho became the new coach at ManU. He announced that Schweinsteiger will not play a role for him and that he should look for a new club.
March 2017 – Chicago Fire Salary
In March 2017 it was announced that Bastian Schweinsteiger will move to Chicago Fire in the MLS with immediate effect. He signed a 1 year contract for $ 5.4 million. So he waives a lot of salary in favor of the MLS Club. Basti earned $ 6.1 million in 2018 and $ 5.6 million in his final professional football season in 2019. After the missed PlayOffs in October 2019, the German announced the end of his career and from now on wants to concentrate entirely on his family around Ana Ivanovic (married since 2016) and their two children Luka and Leon. With a estimated fortune of 60 million euros he has definitely taken care of the next generations. Ana Ivanovic also has a fortune of 20 million euros.
His greatest successes
- German national player (World Champion 2014, third place in the 2006 World Cup, 2010, European Vice Champion 2008)
- Germany’s footballer of the year 2013
- Champions League winner 2013
- 7x German champions
- 7x DFB Pokal winner (sole DFB Pokal record holder)
- 1x FA Cup winner (Manchester United)
Bastian Schweinsteiger’s fortune
Schweinsteiger had one until 2011 Luxury villa in a posh Munich districtwhich he had sold to Stefan Effenberg for around 1 million euros. The Schweinsteigers have officially settled in the posh area of Westendorf in Kitzbühel (Tyrol, Austria) and built a chalet-style villa. In Kitzbühel it is only allowed to acquire or build new properties if the main residence is also relocated here.
Since Audi is one of the main sponsors of FC Bayern Munich, Schweinsteiger and ex-colleague Philip Lahm still own an Audi. Schweinsteiger back then chose the Audi A8 4.2 TDI decided that has an output of 350 hp and one Has a list price of well over € 70,000. Of course, this price does not include any special equipment. However, it is not known in detail whether Schweinsteiger had to pay for the vehicle or whether it was sponsored by Audi as an advertising medium.
Due to its high popularity and good image, it can be assumed that Schweinsteiger will take in around 1 million advertising deals for various products and campaigns such as Funny Frisch in the next few years alone.
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