Gareth Bale Net Worth 2014 Salary Endorsement Money

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Wednesday, July 24th, 2013 | 0

Gareth bale Salary 2013Gareth Bale Net Worth : $35 million

2013-2014 Earnings: £256,000-a-week (Real Madrid)

Salary/Winning/Bonuses – £18 Millions

Endorsements Earning: $3 Millions

Major Brands: adidas (2 Million a year) BT

Sport: Football

Age: 25

One of the finest young players who is playing at his peak is Gareth Bale who is a welsh wizard and his stock has risen significantly over the last couple of years with some magnificent performences in the Premier League and European Competitions. He has trademark his goal celebrations ‘Eleven Of Hearts’ logo which could potentialy earn him more than £10million a year in endorsements deals combined with his already sponsored Adidas (2 Million a year deal) and face of BT Sport in UK. Lets take a look at how his value has been increasing and he has the potential to be one of the most marketable athlete in UK alongside Andy Murray.


Gareth Bale Transfer to Real Madrid:

Gareth Bale Real Madrid Salary:
Weekly – £256,000-a-week
Yearly – £18 Million

Bale earns a good salary at Tottenham after agreening a contract extension and his weekly salary is around £100,000 weekly, and £5.2 Million yearly, with his proposed move to either Manchester United or Real Madrid this summer he will be making around £175,000 to £200,000 a week which will double up his current earnings on the pitch.


Gareth Bale Endorsement Deals and Image Rights:

Adidas: £2 Million a year
Gareth Bale has a lucarative sponsorship deal with Adidas, which is netting him around £2 M a year, which will be increased if he signs a extension next summer.

BT Sport:
He is also the face of BT Sport, as they try to compete with Sky Sports in United Kingdom, what he is earning with them ? thats not disclosed but it should be more than £1 Million a year.

‘Eleven Of Hearts’ logo Copyright:
Gareth Bale has filled a copyright file to “Intellectual Property Office” in Uk to trademark his goal celebrations which he do after every goal and thats the first step in starting his market status rise.

Gareth Bale Image rights money

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