With a net worth of around $ 500 million, Cristiano Ronaldo is the richest soccer player in the world, followed by David Beckham ($ 450 million) and Lionel Messi ($ 400 million). and Dave Welan ($ 210 million). Neymar is the fifth richest football player in the world with a net worth of $ 200 million. Zlatan Ibrahimovic finished 6th with a personal fortune of $ 190 million, followed by Wayne Rooney with $ 170 million. Who are the richest soccer players in the world?

Some of the players or ex-players are also in other industries and making fortunes from their businesses. However, most of them are dedicated to their sport.

The richest soccer players in the world, 2021

rank Surname Net worth nationality job
1 Christiano Ronaldo $ 500 million Portuguese Soccer player, fashion entrepreneur
2 David Beckam $ 450 million British Model, athlete, actor, soccer player
3 Lionel Messi $ 400 million Argentinians Soccer player
4th Dave Welan $ 210 million British Businessman, soccer player
5 Neymar $ 200 million Brazilian Soccer player
6th Zlatan Ibrahimovic $ 190 million Sweden Soccer player
7th Wayne Rooney $ 170 million British Soccer player, soccer player
8th Ronaldo $ 160 million Brazilian Soccer player, actor
9 Gareth Bale $ 145 million British Soccer player
10 Thiery Henry $ 130 million French Soccer player
11 Paul Pogba $ 125 million French Soccer player
12th Andres Iniesta $ 120 million Spanish Soccer player
13th Jose Murinho $ 120 million Portuguese Soccer player, coach, manager
14th Mesut Ozil $ 120 million German Soccer player
15th Zinedine Zidane $ 120 million French Former soccer player, coach, manager
16 Eden Hazard $ 100 million Belgian Soccer player
17th skin $ 100 million Brazilian Actor, soccer player, film producer
18th Philipp Lahm $ 100 million German Soccer player
19th Raul Gonzalez Blanco $ 100 million Spanish Former soccer player
20th Kylian Mbappe $ 95 million French Soccer player
21st Samuel Eto ‘o $ 95 million Cameroonians Soccer player
22nd Didier Drogba $ 90 million Ivory Coast Soccer player
23 Fabio Capello $ 90 million Italian Coach, soccer player
24 Fernando Torres $ 90 million Spanish Soccer player
25th Frank Lampard $ 90 million British Soccer player, soccer player
26th Cocoa $ 90 million Brazilian Soccer player
27 Mohamed Salah $ 90 million – – Soccer player
28 Ronaldinho $ 90 million Brazilian Soccer player
29 Steven Gerrard $ 90 million British Soccer player
30th Robert Lewandowski $ 85 million polishing Soccer player
31 Arjen robes $ 80 million Dutch Soccer player
32 Bastian Schweinsteiger $ 80 million German Soccer player
33 Gerard Pique $ 80 million Spanish Soccer player, soccer player
34 Mario Balotelli $ 80 million Italian Soccer player
35 Sergio Aguero $ 80 million Argentinians Soccer player
36 Sergio Ramos $ 80 million Spanish Soccer player
37 David De Gea $ 75 million Spanish Soccer player
38 Rio Ferdinand $ 75 million British Soccer player
39 Frank Ribéry $ 70 million French Soccer player
40 Hulk $ 70 million Brazilian Soccer player
41 John Terry $ 70 million British Soccer player
42 Luis Suarez $ 70 million Uruguay Soccer player
43 Oscar $ 70 million Brazilian Soccer player
44 Radamel Falcao $ 70 million Colombian Soccer player
45 Sir Alex Ferguson $ 70 million British Coach, manager, former soccer player
46 Yaya Toure $ 70 million Ivory Coast Coach, manager, soccer player
47 Antoine Griezmann $ 60 million French Soccer player
48 Dani Alves $ 60 million Brazilian Soccer player
49 Robinho $ 60 million Brazilian Soccer player
50 Ryan Giggs $ 60 million British Former soccer player

DETAILED RESULTS AND METHODS: CEOWORLD magazine put together a group of experts to examine data points collected by virtually all reputable wealth tracking media including Bloomberg, The Richest, Money Inc., Cheat Sheet, GOBankingRates, Celebritynetworth, Wealthygorilla, Forbes and other. Based on a consensus from these sources, the final decision for the ranking was judged editorially. All data refer to the last available period. Some have not been included in official statistics for various reasons, mainly due to the lack of required data. Remember that these values ​​and fluctuations are estimates based on a variety of variables and publicly available documents. The sample error rate for the full data sample is plus or minus 1.2 percentage points. In addition to sampling errors, it should be taken into account that, as with all survey studies, there are possible sources of error – such as B. Coverage, non-response, and measurement errors – which can affect the results. All figures in US dollars.