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Tom Rogic is a professional football/soccer player who played in the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Rogic plays Attacking midfielder for Celtic F.C. as number 18. Rogic was born on December 16, 1992, in Griffith, Australian Capital Territory, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. This article examines Tom Rogic’s net worth.
As a youth, Tom Rogic played for Tuggeranong United during 2007-2009, and played for Nike Football Academy during 2011. Over 2009-2010, Rogic played for Australian National University FC earning 18 caps and scoring 5 goals. During 2011-2012, Rogic played for Belconnen United FC earning 6 caps and scoring 6 goals. In 2012-2013, Rogic played for Central Coast Mariners FC earning 24 caps and scoring 5 goals. In 2013-, Rogic played for Celtic F.C. earning 86 caps and scoring 20 goals. From 2014, Rogic played for Melbourne Victory FC (loan) earning 8 caps and scoring 0 goals.
Tom Rogic also played nationally. During 2010, Rogic played for the Australia national futsal team scoring 8 goals, with 7 caps. During 2012, Rogic played for the Australia national under-23 soccer team with 1 caps and 0 goals. In 2012-, Rogic played for the Australia national soccer team earning 35 caps and scoring 7 goals.
Football/soccer players’ compensations change heavily based on location and ranking. In Europe, Premier League pay are around $4-5 million per year, and MLS soccer players in the United States receive close to $200,000 per year. In Latin America, footballers make around $1-2 million per year, while in China, footballers receive about $200,000. The least paying leagues pay as little as $50,000 per year. Highest earning players in Europe can make $50 million or more. For the World Cup, footballers routinely receive $500,000 or less.
So what is football/soccer player Tom Rogic’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Tom Rogic’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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