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The 2022 FIFA World Cup will be the 22nd edition of the prestigious international football tournament. As in previous years, the competition is expected to attract millions of spectators and generate huge revenue for participating teams and sponsors. For this year’s tournament, managers from participating countries negotiated salaries with team owners.
Managers of top teams like Brazil, Germany and France reportedly earn high six-figure salaries, while those in charge of underperforming teams receive more modest salaries. Salaries vary widely depending on several factors, including team performance, past World Cup success, and an individual manager’s experience and background.
Regardless of their compensation, managers are under tremendous pressure to deliver results on the field. A single poor performance or disappointing result can seriously damage their reputation and future career opportunities. As the World Cup approaches, the pressure is only mounting and every manager will work tirelessly to ensure their team is ready to compete at their best.
2022 FIFA World Cup manager salaries
- Hans-Dieter Flick (GERMANY) – €6,500,000
- Gareth Southgate (ENGLAND) – €5,800,000
- Didier Deschamps (FRANCE) – €3,800,000
- Tite (BRAZIL) – €3,600,000
- Louis van Gaal (NETHERLANDS) – €2,900,000
- Gerardo Martino (MEXICO) – €2,900,000
- Lionel Scaloni (ARGENTINA) – €2,600,000
- Felix Sánchez Bas (QATAR) – €2,400,000
- Fernando Santos (PORTUGAL) – €2,250,000
- Murat Yakin (SWITZERLAND) – €1,600,000
- Paulo Bento (SOUTH KOREA) – €1,300,000
- Graham Arnold (AUSTRALIA) – €1,300,000
- Gregg Berhalter (USA) – €1,250,000
- Roberto Martínez (BELGIUM) – €1,200,000
- Kasper Hjulmand (DENMARK) – €1,150,000
- Luis Enrique (SPAIN) – €1,150,000
- Hervé Renard (SAUDI ARABIA) – €1,100,000
- Hajime Moriyasu (JAPAN) – €1,050,000
- Vahid Halilhodzic (MOROCCO) – €920,000
- Diego Alonso (URUGUAY) – €860,000
- Gustavo J. Alfaro (ECUADOR) – €770,000
- Dragan Stojković (SERBIA) – €650,000
- Dragan Skocic (IRAN) – €650,000
- Zlatko Dalic (CROATIA) – €550,000
- Czesław Michniewicz (POLAND) – €500,000
- John Herdman (CANADA) – €480,000
- Chris Hughton (GHANA) – €400,000
- Rob Page (Wales) – €380,000
- Luis F. Suarez (COSTA RICA) – €350,000
- Rigobert Song (CAMEROON) – €340,000
- Aliou Cissé (SENEGAL) – €310,000
- Jalel Kadri (TUNISIA) – €130,000
Also read the list of referees for the 2022 World Cup.
So here it is, friends! The full list of manager salaries for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. As you can see, there is a wide range of salary levels, with some managers earning significantly more than others. Whether managing top teams or underperforming teams, all managers are under enormous pressure to perform well and deliver results on the pitch. With the tournament fast approaching, it remains to be seen which managers will rise to the challenge and successfully lead their teams through this grueling competition. Hopefully they can take home the coveted World Cup trophy!