FIFA World Cup: Salaries Of 32 Head Coaches revealed in 2022

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FIFA World Cup: A study conducted by Finance Football reveals the annual salaries of the national team coaches heading to Qatar by the end of 2022.

FIFA World Cup 2022 All Teams List, Captain, And Coach

Before England’s manager Gareth Southgate, who makes roughly €5.8 million annually, Hans-Dieter Flick of Germany is the highest paid at €6.5 million annually.

The French national team coach Didier Deschamps, is one of the most paid managers in the world, earning €3.8 million per year. He will lead France to defend the championship they won in Russia four years ago.

Brazil is the most successful World Cup squad, having won five titles, and they will once again be strong contenders in Qatar. According to a study conducted by Finance Football, Brazilian squad manager Tite makes roughly €3.6 million annually.

Head coaches from the Netherlands (Louis Van Gaal), Mexico (Gerardo Martino), Argentina (Lionel Scaloni), Qatar (Félix Sánchez Blas), and Portugal (Fernando Santos) will need to provide proof of their incomes, which range from €2 million to €3 million annually.

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With an annual salary of €920,000, Morocco’s coach Vahid Halilhodzic, a Bosnian, is the most paid of the five Head Coaches guiding the five African sides to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

According to Finance Football’s analysis, Irish coach Chris Hughton of the Black Stars of Ghana makes €400,000 annually.

With a salary of €340,000 per year, Rigobert Song (Cameroon) is the third highest-paid African Head Coach going into the 2022 FFIFA World Cup in Qatar, and Aliou Cisse (Senegal) is in fourth place with a salary of €310,000 per year. Jalel Kadri, the coach of Tunisia, who earns €130,000 year, is Africa’s weak link.

Best Paid Coaches in 2022 FIFA World Cup

1. Hans-Dieter Flick (GERMANY) – €6,500,000

2. Gareth Southgate (ENGLAND) – €5,800,000

3. Didier Deschamps (FRANCE) – €3,800,000

4. Tite (BRAZIL) – €3,600,000

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5. Louis van Gaal (NETHERLANDS) – €2,900,000

6. Gerardo Martino (MEXICO) – €2,900,000

7. Lionel Scaloni (ARGENTINA) – €2,600,000

8. Félix Sánchez Bas (QATAR) – €2,400,000

9. Fernando Santos (PORTUGAL) – €2,250,000

10. Murat Yakin (SWITZERLAND) – €1,600,000

11. Paulo Bento (SOUTH KOREA) – €1,300,000

12. Graham Arnold (AUSTRALIA) – €1,300,000

13. Gregg Berhalter (USA) – €1,250,000

14. Roberto Martínez (BELGIUM) – €1,200,000

15. Kasper Hjulmand (DENMARK) – €1,150,000

16. Luis Enrique (SPAIN) – €1,150,000

17. Hervé Renard (SAUDI ARABIA) – €1,100,000

18. Hajime Moriyasu (JAPAN) – €1,050,000

19. Vahid Halilhodžić (MOROCCO) – €920,000

20. Diego Alonso (URUGUAY) – €860,000

21. Gustavo J. Alfaro (ECUADOR) – €770,000

22. Dragan Stojković (SERBIA) – €650,000

23. Dragan Skočić (IRAN) – €650,000

24. Zlatko Dalić (CROATIA) – €550,000

25. Czesław Michniewicz (POLAND) – €500,000

26. John Herdman (CANADA) – €480,000

27. Chris Hughton (GHANA) – €400,000

28. Rob Page (WALES) – €380,000

29. Luis F. Suárez (COSTA RICA) – €350,000

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30. Rigobert Song (CAMEROON) – €340,000

31. Aliou Cissé (SENEGAL) – €310,000

32. Jalel Kadri (TUNISIA) – €130,000

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