Bayern Munich Player Salaries 2021/22
FC Bayern Munich, founded in 1900, is one of the most valuable clubs in the world. The six-time Champions League winner and record champion (31 championships) of the German Bundesliga is also the club that pays its players the highest salaries in Germany. With a turnover of over 750 million euros last year, FC Bayern can easily afford these payments. From a purely economic point of view, the club is highly profitable and makes annual profits in the three-digit million range.
Which players earn the most money at FC Bayern Munich?
Top earners at FC Bayern Munich, that’s the dream of every soccer player. How much salary do the pros get paid by their club? Suffice it to say, nobody will have to suffer from starvation. But the players earn a lot more than their base salary, as bonuses and advertising revenue are not included in FC Bayern Munich’s payroll . Some contracts or loans expire in summer 2020 and have to be extended by the record champions. Of course, the players can also hope for hefty salary increases again.
These are the current top earners in Bavaria:
The salaries themselves are not officially communicated by the club and are therefore based on media research and estimates.
FC Bayern Munich sales and profits:
The longstanding FC Bayern manager & president Uli Hoeneß , who handed over his office to Herbert Hainer in 2019, and the CEO of FC Bayern München AG Karl-Heinz Rummenigge , who handed over his office to Oliver Kahn in 2021 , have played a large part in the economic success of the last few decades .
|player||last salary||Born||last season|
|Javi Martinez||€6 million||09/02/1988||2020/21|
|David Alaba||€10 million||06/24/1992||2020/21|
|Jerome Boateng||€12 million||09/03/1988||2020/21|
|Thiago Alcantara||€12 million||04/11/1991||2019/20|
|Philippe Coutinho||€13 million net||06/12/1992||2019/20 (loan)|
|Javi Martinez||€6 million||09/02/1988||2019/20|
|Arjen Robben||€7 million||01/23/1984||2018/19|
|Franck Ribery||€7 million||04/07/1983||2018/19|
|Mats Hummels||€10 million||12/16/1988||2018/19|
|James Rodriguez||€13 million||07/12/1991||2018/19 (loan)|
|Renato Sanches||€3 million||08/18/1997||2018/19|
|Arturo Vidal||€10 million||05/22/1987||2017/18|
|Philipp Lahm||€10 million||11/11/1983||2016/17|
|Xabi Alonso||€5.4 million||11/25/1981||2016/17|
|Tom Starke||€1.5 million||03/18/1981||2016/17|
|Mario Götze||€12 million||06/03/1992||2015/16|
|Holger Badstuber||€4 million||03/13/1989||2015/16|
|Bastian Schweinsteiger||€10 million||08/01/1984||2014/15|
|Tony Kroos||€4.5 million||01/04/1990||2013/14|
|Miroslav Klose||€7 million||06/09/1978||2010/11|
|Mark van Bommel||€4 million||04/22/1977||2010/11|
|Luca Toni||€10 million||05/26/1977||2009/10|
|Lukas Podolski||€3 million||06/04/1985||2008/09|
|Oliver Kahn||€5 million||06/15/1969||2007/08|
|Stefan Effenberg||€4.5 million||08/02/1968||2001/02|
|Lothar Matthäus||€2.5 million||03/21/1961||1999/00|