Sevilla FC players salaries

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Sevilla Futbol Club, also called Sevilla, is a professional football club that competes in the Spanish La Liga league. The Seville-based soccer outfit, owned by Rafael Carrion Moreno and Sevillistas de Nervion, was founded on the 25th of January 1890.

Sevilla, nicknamed Los Palanganas, have their home ground at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium. The Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan was completed in 1958 after the club had been homeless for over fifty years. The 43,000 capacity stadium was inaugurated in September 1958, during Sevilla’s match against Real Jaen.

The club holds a bitter rivalry with Real Betis. The meeting between the two local city rivals is called Derbi Sevillano or The Great Derby. Real Betis, previously called Sevilla Balompie, were established in 1907 and are also located in Seville, Spain.

Sevilla is one of the most successful clubs in the Spanish division. The. club won the EUFA Europa League for a record five times and the UEFA Super Cup once. Throughout the club’s history, they have won one league title, five League Cups and one Super Cup in the Spanish top flight.

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With Julen Lopetegui at the helm, Sevilla have been one of the most exciting sides to watch, both in the Spanish La Liga and in the UEFA Europa League this season. They finished fourth in the La Liga, just behind third-placed Atletico Madrid on goal difference.

Their scintillating form also continued in the Europa League and the Los Palanganas recently booked a semi-final place in the famous competition, following a 1-0 victory against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

2019/20 Players Wages

Sevilla are the fifth-highest paying football club in the La Liga. With 21 players in the squad, the club paid an average of £2.4million annual player salary for the 2019/20 season, according to Salary Sports.

Spanish forward Nolito, who earns £109,000-per-week, is the highest earner at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez. The Least earner is Jules Kounde, who earns 16,000-per-week

Player NamePositionWeekly SalaryYearly Salary
NolitoAM£109,000£5,668,000
Éver BanegaDM, AM£107,000£5,564,000
SusoAM£92,000£4,784,000
MunirAM RLC, FC£83,000£4,316,000
Jesús NavasD/WB/AM R£66,000£3,432,000
Franco VázquezAM£63,000£3,276,000
Tomas VaclikGK£51,000£2,652,000
Youssef En-NesyriAM/ST£50,000£2,600,000
Diego CarlosDC£38,000£1,976,000
ÓliverAM£38,000£1,976,000
Sergio ReguilónD/WBL£38,000£1,976,000
Rony LopesAM RLC£35,000£1,820,000
Joan JordánDM£30,000£1,560,000
Sergio EscuderoD/WB/ML£30,000£1,560,000
Lucas OcamposAM£26,000£1,352,000
FernandoDM£23,000£1,196,000
Sergi GómezDC£23,000£1,196,000
Luuk de JongST£20,000£1,040,000
Nemanja GudeljDM/AM£20,000£1,040,000
Yassine BounouGK£19,000£988,000
Jules KoundéDC£16,000£832,000

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