Steven Defour is a professional football/soccer player who played Midfielder for Burnley F.C. as number 16. Defour was born on April 15, 1988, in Mechelen, Belgium. This article examines Steven Defour’s net worth.
As a youth, Steven Defour played for Zennester Hombeek during 1993-1997, and played for KV Mechelen during 1997-2004. Over 2004-2006, Defour played for K.R.C. Genk earning 30 caps and scoring 1 goals. During 2006-2011, Defour played for Standard Liège earning 127 caps and scoring 13 goals. In 2011-2014, Defour played for FC Porto earning 65 caps and scoring 3 goals. In 2014-2016, Defour played for R.S.C. Anderlecht earning 63 caps and scoring 9 goals. From 2016-, Defour played for Burnley F.C. earning 46 caps and scoring 2 goals.
Steven Defour also played nationally. During 2003, Defour played for the Belgium national youth football team scoring 1 goals, with 5 caps. During 2003-2004, Defour played for the Belgium national youth football team with 11 caps and 1 goals. In 2004-2005, Defour played for the Belgium national under-17 football team earning 11 caps and scoring 1 goals. In 2005, Defour played for the Belgium national under-18 football team scoring 0 goals and earning 1 caps. From 2006-, Defour played for the Belgium national football team earning 52 caps and scoring 2 goals.
Professional football players can make plenty of money. But compensations depend on lots of different factors. These include the player’s area and of course, their skills. At the top level, footballers in the United Kingdom and Western Europe can bring in $50 million or more. In South America, good soccer players get $1 to $2 million per year while in locations where soccer/football is not as popular, such as the US and China, footballers make $200k per year. The worst paying leagues pay under $50,000 per annum.
So what is football/soccer player Steven Defour’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Steven Defour’s net worth as of 2018 is: $15 million
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