The great game of FIFA World Cup is well known for its amazing bonuses and huge paychecks the players get to bag. But today the topic of discussion are not the players of the FIFA World Cup, but the mentors who prepare them for the great game. It is essential for team to have the best coach in order to prepare them for the big game and thus each team fights effortlessly to find the team the best one, this directly improves the chances to claim the FIA World Cup. The reason for discussing it today is that the great FIFA world Cup is approaching and naturally all teams are busy in terms of signing coaches and finalizing the teams and stuff. But news has it that the certified teams have already gone past these stages, meaning they have finalized the FIFA world cup coach who are going to teach them through the substantial affair. The complete breakdown of the FIFA World Cup coaches salaries is all stated below. Lets have a look.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Coaches Salaries
The past record shows that during the last FIFA World Cup Fabio Capello ranked first on the list of top best payed coaches in the history of FIFA World Cup. Fabio Capello average wagebill ranges upto $11.23 million, annually. Then came Roy Hodgson from England, Roy Hodgson stood second on the list of top payed FIFA World cup coaches and his average salary ranges close to the first one. Now during the season of FIFA World Cup 2018, Joachim Low from Germany has rocked the list of highest payed FIFA World Cup coaches with an average wagebill of €3.85 million, each year.
Joachim Low: Team (Germany): Annual Salary (€3.85 million):
Joachim Low is a German team manager. Joachim Low has been affiliated with Germany team since the year 2006. It was under his headship that Germany rocked the World Cup during the year 2010 and secured third position. The great match was played in South Africa. Germany also claimed the World Cup 2014. In 2014 World Cup Final match Germany fought against Argentina and it was owed to Joachim Low great training that Germany won the FIFA World Cup 2014. This year, during the FIFA World Cup 2018, Joachim Low has been reported to be the top most paid coach. Joachim Low annual salary is reported to reach €3.85 million.
Tite: Team (Brazil): Annual Salary (€3.5 million):
Next to Joachim is a Brazillian team manager named Tite. Tite average wagebill reaches upto €3.5 million which makes him the second most paid coach of the FIFA world Cup 2018. Tite age is 56 years by now and he replaced Dung (the former head coach of Brazillian team) in the year 2014. Before this Tite has coached many teams like Palmeiras, Corinthians and Internacional).
|Joachim Löw||€3.85 million||Germany|
|Didier Deschamps||€3.5 million||France|
|Julen Lopetegui||€3 million||Spain|
|Stanislav Cherchesov||€2.6 million||Russia|
|Fernando Santos||€2.25 million||Portugal|
|Carlos Queiroz||€2 million||Iran|
|Gareth Southgate||€2 million||England|
|Jorge Sampaoli||€1.8 million||Argentina|
|Óscar Tabárez||€1.7 million||Uruguay|
|Héctor Cúper||€1.5 million||Egypt|
|José Pékerman||€1.5 million||Colombia|
|Juan Antonio Pizzi||€1.44 million||Saudi Arabia|
|Ricardo Gareca||€1.15 million||Peru|
|Juan Carlos Osorio||€1.05 million||Mexico|
|Åge Hareide||€1 million||Denmark|
|Vahid Halilhodžić||€1 million||Japan|
|Roberto Martínez||€1 million||Belgium|
|Shin Tae-yong||€450,000||South Korea|
|Hernán Darío Gómez||€400,000||Panama|
|Óscar Ramírez||€350,000||Costa Rica|