Tim Howard is a professional football/soccer player who played Goalkeeper (association football) for Colorado Rapids as number 1. Howard was born on March 6, 1979, in North Brunswick, New Jersey, United States. This article examines Tim Howard’s net worth.
As a youth, Tim Howard played for Central Jersey Cosmos during 1995-1997. Over 1997, Howard played for North Jersey Imperials earning 16 caps and scoring 0 goals. During 1998-2003, Howard played for New York Red Bulls earning 88 caps and scoring 0 goals. In 1998, Howard played for MLS Pro-40 (loan) earning 1 caps and scoring 0 goals. In 2003-2007, Howard played for Manchester United F.C. earning 45 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2006-2007, Howard played for Everton F.C. (loan) earning 25 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2007-2016, Howard played for Everton F.C. earning 48 caps and scoring 0 goals.
Tim Howard also played nationally. During 1999, Howard played for the United States men’s national under-20 soccer team scoring 0 goals, with 3 caps. During 1999, Howard played for the United States men’s national under-23 soccer team with 4 caps and 0 goals. In 2002-, Howard played for the United States men’s national soccer team earning 121 caps and scoring 0 goals.
Professional soccer/football players can bring in plenty of money. But pay depend on several different circumstances. These include the player’s location and of course, their skills. At the high level, footballers in the United Kingdom and European countries can earn $50 million or more. In South America, good soccer players take home $1-2 million annually while in countries where soccer/football is not as popular, like the US and China, players receive $200,000 per year. The least paying leagues can pay under $50 thousand per annum.
So what is football/soccer player Tim Howard’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Tim Howard’s net worth as of 2018 is: $7 million
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