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Amir Abedzadeh is a professional football/soccer player who played in the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Abedzadeh plays Goalkeeper (association football) for Club Sport Marítimo as number 1. Abedzadeh was born on April 26, 1993, in Tehran, Iran. This article examines Amir Abedzadeh’s net worth.
As a youth, Amir Abedzadeh played for Persepolis F.C. Academy during 2006-2007, played for Brentford F.C. during 2008, played for Dinamo Dorigo during 2008-2009, played for Tottenham Hotspur F.C. Reserves and Academy during 2009, and played for London Tigers F.C. during 2009-2010. Over 2011-2012, Abedzadeh played for LA Blues earning 14 caps and scoring 0 goals. During 2011, Abedzadeh played for Orange County Blues FC (PDL) earning 3 caps and scoring 0 goals. In 2012-2014, Abedzadeh played for Persepolis F.C. earning 0 caps and scoring 0 goals. In 2014-2015, Abedzadeh played for Rah Ahan F.C. earning 9 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2016-2017, Abedzadeh played for F.C. Barreirense earning 10 caps and scoring 0 goals.
Amir Abedzadeh also played nationally. During 2014-2016, Abedzadeh played for the Iran national under-23 football team scoring 0 goals, with 9 caps. During 2018-, Abedzadeh played for the Iran national football team with 1 caps and 0 goals.
Football/soccer players’ earnings change greatly depending on location and skill set. In Europe, Premier League pay average $4-5 million per year, while MLS players in the USA receive on average $200,000 per year. In Latin America, footballers make on average $1-2 million per year, while in China, players bring in around $200,000. The least paying leagues pay under $50,000 per year. The best players in Europe can make $50 million or more. Specifically for World Cup play, players generaly make $500,000 or less.
So what is football/soccer player Amir Abedzadeh’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Amir Abedzadeh’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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