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Eiji Kawashima is a professional football/soccer player who played in the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Kawashima plays Goalkeeper (football) for FC Metz as number 16. Kawashima was born on March 20, 1983, in Yono, Saitama, Japan. This article examines Eiji Kawashima’s net worth.
As a youth, Eiji Kawashima played for Yononishi Junior High School during 1995-1997, and played for Urawa Higashi High School during 1998-2000. Over 2001-2003, Kawashima played for Omiya Ardija earning 41 caps and scoring 0 goals. During 2004-2006, Kawashima played for Nagoya Grampus earning 17 caps and scoring 0 goals. In 2007-2010, Kawashima played for Kawasaki Frontale earning 113 caps and scoring 0 goals. In 2010-2012, Kawashima played for Lierse S.K. earning 53 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2012-2015, Kawashima played for Standard Liège earning 68 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2015-2016, Kawashima played for Dundee United F.C. earning 30 caps and scoring 0 goals.
Eiji Kawashima also played nationally. During 2002-2003, Kawashima played for the Japan national under-20 football team scoring 0 goals, with 13 caps. During 2008-, Kawashima played for the Japan national football team with 82 caps and 0 goals.
Footballers’ (soccer) earnings change significantly depending on location and skills. In Europe, Premier League pay are around $4-5 million per year, while MLS footballers in the USA get approximately $200,000 per year. In Latin America, footballers earn on average $1-2 million per year, while in China, players earn approximately $200,000. The least paying leagues pay as little as $50,000 per year. The best players in Europe may bring in $50 million or more. For the World Cup, footballers usually receive $500,000 or less.
So what is football/soccer player Eiji Kawashima’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Eiji Kawashima’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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