Joshua Kennedy is a professional football/soccer player who played Striker (association football). Kennedy was born on August 20, 1982, in Wodonga, Victoria, Victoria, Australia. This article examines Joshua Kennedy’s net worth.
As a youth, Joshua Kennedy played for Australian Institute of Sport during 1999. Over 1999-2000, Kennedy played for Carlton SC earning 4 caps and scoring 0 goals. During 2000-2002, Kennedy played for VfL Wolfsburg earning 8 caps and scoring 2 goals. In 2002-2003, Kennedy played for Stuttgarter Kickers earning 23 caps and scoring 1 goals. In 2003-2004, Kennedy played for 1. FC Köln earning 4 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2004-2006, Kennedy played for Dynamo Dresden earning 60 caps and scoring 16 goals. From 2006-2007, Kennedy played for 1. FC Nürnberg earning 33 caps and scoring 6 goals. From 2009-2014, Kennedy played for Nagoya Grampus earning 133 caps and scoring 64 goals.
Joshua Kennedy also played nationally. During 1999, Kennedy played for the Australia national under-17 soccer team scoring 0 goals, with 9 caps. During 2001, Kennedy played for the Australia national under-20 soccer team with 14 caps and 7 goals. In 2006-2014, Kennedy played for the Australia national soccer team earning 36 caps and scoring 17 goals.
Professional soccer players can bring in plenty of money. But pay depend on plenty of different factors. These include the player’s location and of course, their skill set. At the hightest end, footballers in Great Britain and Europe can bring in $50 million or more. In Latin America, good soccer players earn $1 to $2 million a year while in locations where football is not as popular, like the United States and China, footballers earn $200k per year. The least paying leagues pay as little as $50 thousand per year.
So what is football/soccer player Joshua Kennedy’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Joshua Kennedy’s net worth as of 2018 is: $3 million
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