Sebastian Boenisch is a professional football/soccer player who played Full-back. Boenisch was born on February 1, 1987, in Gliwice, Poland. This article examines Sebastian Boenisch’s net worth.
As a youth, Sebastian Boenisch played for SSVG 09/12 Heiligenhaus during 1992-2000, played for Borussia Velbert during 2000-2001, played for Rot-Weiß Oberhausen during 2001-2003, and played for FC Schalke 04 during 2003-2006. Over 2005-2007, Boenisch played for FC Schalke 04 II earning 14 caps and scoring 0 goals. During 2006-2007, Boenisch played for FC Schalke 04 earning 9 caps and scoring 0 goals. In 2007-2012, Boenisch played for SV Werder Bremen earning 55 caps and scoring 1 goals. In 2011-2012, Boenisch played for SV Werder Bremen II earning 3 caps and scoring 1 goals. From 2012, Boenisch played for Bayer 04 Leverkusen earning 1 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2012-2016, Boenisch played for Bayer 04 Leverkusen earning 14 caps and scoring 0 goals.
Sebastian Boenisch also played nationally. During 2006-2007, Boenisch played for the Germany national youth football team scoring 0 goals, with 4 caps. During 2007-2009, Boenisch played for the Germany national under-21 football team with 13 caps and 0 goals. In 2010-2013, Boenisch played for the Poland national football team earning 14 caps and scoring 0 goals.
Professional soccer players can earn plenty of money. But contract sizes depend on lots of different considerations. These include the player’s location and of course, their skills. At the top end, stars in the United Kingdom and European countries can bring in $50 million or more. In the Americas, the best players receive $1 to $2 million a year while in locations where soccer/football is not as popular, like the US and China, players receive $200,000 a year. The least paying leagues pay as little as $50,000 per year.
So what is football/soccer player Sebastian Boenisch’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Sebastian Boenisch’s net worth as of 2018 is: $700,000
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