How much does a Soccer Player in United States make? The national average salary for a Soccer Player is $46,228 per year in United States. Filter by location to see a Soccer Player salaries in your area. Salaries estimates are based on 2289 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Soccer Player employees.
The average pay range for a Professional Soccer varies greatly (by as much as $20,000), which suggests there may be many opportunities for advancement and increased pay based on skill level, location and years of experience.
Major League Soccer: M: $81,375.00 : $90,705.00 : Adam: Jahn: Major League Soccer: F: $125,000.00 : $134,000.00 : Riley: Mcgree: Major League Soccer: M: $170,000.00 : $180,000.00 : Sergio: Ruiz: Major League Soccer: M: $300,000.00 : $363,000.00 : Ramon: Abila: Minnesota United: F: $800,000.00 : $1,105,000.00 : Juan: Agudelo: Minnesota United: F: $200,000.00 : $212,500.00 : Osvaldo: Alonso: Minnesota United: M: $300,000.00
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MLS is 16th in the ranking of soccer leagues according to yearly average salary paid to soccer players. The yearly average salary in MLS is $375 257 according to Global Sports Salary Survey. [I just remind again, it is the base salary without bonuses.] The median yearly salary is just $154 619 and total salaries paid to players are $255 925 286.
According to the Professional Footballer's Association in the UK, the average salary of a soccer player in the Premier League now stands at a whopping £50,000 a week. It’s important to bear in mind that this number if offset by some players who earn much more than this and bring the average up significantly.
The average EPL player makes $3,562,600 per year or $68,511 per week, according to Deadspin.com. The league's highest-paid player is Manchester United's Wayne Rooney, who makes about $470,000 per week.
On the other hand, America’s Major League Soccer has salaries that average around $50k annually, and many countries in Europe, the Caribbean, Africa and South America have clubs and leagues that are termed “professional”, but the players need other employment just to feed themselves.