How much money does Joachim “Jogi” Löw have?
Joachim Löw, the coach of the German national soccer team (since 2006), was able to extend his current contract in the run-up to the 2018 soccer World Cup in Russia until after the 2022 World Cup. On March 9, 2021, however, he announced that he would terminate the contract early after the 2021 European Championship.Although the German Football Association will never officially be carried away to give a concrete statement, it should The national coach’s annual salary is around 3.8 million euros. His lucrative advertising contracts with companies such as Nivea or TUI flush an additional 2 million euros into his bank account every year. So there is one estimated fortune of about 20 million euros.
Joachim Löw began his sporting career in 1978 as a player at SC Freiburg, at that time in the 2nd Bundesliga. With a change to VFB Stuttgart two years later, he made the leap into first class. Other clubs where he was under contract as a professional were Eintracht Frankfurt and Karlsruher SC. He also played in Switzerland for FC Schaffhausen and FC Winterthur. There are also four missions for the U-21 national team. With a total of seven goals in the 1st Bundesliga, he is not necessarily the most successful player in league history. At FC Freiburg, however, he is recorded in the club’s history books as the record scorer with 81 goals in 252 games. In really highly successful spheres, both athletic and monetary, Jogi Löw should first rise as a coach.
National coach and their salariesAs national coach Joachim Löw has not yet won any titles with the team, but he himself already holds the record as the highest paid national coach of all time. While past coaches like Sepp Herberger had to be satisfied with a monthly salary of 1500 euros and really didn’t earn a fortune, the coaches only penetrated into higher salary classes with Emperor Franz Beckenbauer. In the mid-1980s, the later world champion coach was allowed to take home around 18,500 euros a month. His successor Berti Vogts was even able to surpass this. Although he did not win the world championship title, he was still able to look forward to a monthly salary of 21,000 euros. With Erich Ribbeck there was a further increase to around 50,000 euros per month and Rudi Völler and Jürgen Klinsmann then easily surpassed all of this with 125,000 and 250,000 euros per month, respectively.
National coach Jogi Löw and his salary at the DFB
Jogi Löw’s career in the national team also started under head coach Jürgen Klinsmann in 2004, as he was the preferred candidate as co-coach. In 2006 Jogi took over as head coach of the national team, which had only just missed the title at the World Cup in their own country, and was able to continue the good work of his predecessor and keep the team consistently at a high level. The same applies to his coaching salary, which was also at a high level right from the start and was able to record another nice increase every few years. It is assumed that Joachim Löw started his career as sole head coach with a monthly salary of around 208,000 euros, i.e. an annual salary of 2.5 million euros.
With the extension of his contract to 2020, which was achieved in October 2016, Joachim Löw was able to negotiate another leap up in his financial flow for himself and various sources are now talking about one annual salary of 3.8 million euros. However, not much more can be found out about further, specific and officially confirmed figures, since both the DFB and Jogi Löw themselves do not want to comment on such facts in public. Compared to other coaching stars, the amount that the national coach receives annually can still be classified as moderate. Nevertheless, the wealth has grown strongly over the years.
International coaching stars like José Mourinho, Louis van Gaal or Pep Guardiola can look to salaries of around 10 to 17 million euros. What is also considered safe and verifiable, however, is the fact that since the summer of 2014 the whole of football Germany has not been in numbers, but only in terms of the Title in Brazil will think. Because the last coach who was able to bring home the world championship title was the first, really well paid national coach (team boss), namely the Emperor Franz Beckenbauer. What Jogi Löw will do after the EM 2021 remains to be seen. However, he will not lack money, because with an estimated fortune of around 20 million euros he would have already borrowed.
World Champion Trainer 2014
Despite all the criticism, Joachim Löw managed to bring the world championship title to Germany with the guys around Lahm, Müller, Schweinsteiger and Co. The DFB premium was around EUR 300.00 per player. He was also voted German Coach of the Year 2014 and was named FIFA World Coach 2014 at the beginning of 2015.
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