Jurgen Klinsmann Net Worth

Jurgen Klinsmann Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Jürgen Klinsmann net worth is
$16 Million

Jürgen Klinsmann salary is
$2.5 Million

Jürgen Klinsmann Wiki Biography

Jürgen Klinsmann was born on 30th July 1964, in Göppingen, Germany and is a former soccer player, and now coach. This prolific striker was one of the best in the history of German football. During his 20 years of professional soccer, he won the greatest trophies in football competitions, including the World Cup and the European Football Championship. Klinsmann played football professionally from 1981 to 2003, and since the end of his playing career, he has been working as a coach since 2004.

How much is the net worth of Jurgen Klinsmann? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of his wealth is equal to $16 million, as of the data presented in early 2017, with football the major source of Jurgen’s fortune. Reportedly, his current annual salary is $2.5 million.

Jurgen Klinsmann Net Worth $16 Million

To begin with, Jürgen Klinsmann began playing football at the age of eight, and moved through many positions, including goalkeeper. The young boy was particularly talented, and made his professional debut in the Stuttgarter Kickers jersey in 1981 in the German second division, aged only 17 years of age. In 1984, Stuttgart were promoted to the first division.

In addition to games for Stuttgart and then Bayern Munich in Germany, Klinsmann then played in many European countries, for AS Monaco in France, Inter Milan and Sampdoria in Italy and twice for Tottenham Hotspur in England. Klinsmann decided to retire while playing for Tottenham Hotspur in the summer 1998, after the World Cup.

Moreover, Klinsmann had an eventful career representing national football team – he made his debut playing for Germany in 1987. He played in the 1988 Summer Olympics, where Germany took bronze, won the World Cup with Germany in 1990, then in the European Championships in 1992, when Germany reached the finals. Klinsmann was also named the tournament’s best player in 1996, when Germany became the European champions. He also participated in the World Cups of 1994 and ‘98 as a player.

Concerning his career as a coach, in 2004 Jürgen Klinsmann signed a two-year contract as Germany’s new national team coach, after Rudi Völler resigned when Germany did not come through the group stages of Euro 2004. Germany organized the World Cup in 2006, and was directly qualified as the host nation. Klinsmann replaced several older players and took young players to the World Cup such as Bastian Schweinsteiger (21 years old), Per Mertesacker (21 years old) and Lukas Podolski (21 years old). Germany lost the semi-final 0-2 against Italy, but won the third place final 3-1 against Portugal. Germany was the highest scoring team with 14 goals in the tournament. Klinsmann did not prolong his contract after the championship and his assistant, Joachim Löw took over.

Klinsmann took over from Ottmar Hitzfeld as coach of Bayern Munich in the summer of 2008. In 2009, when five games of the Bundesliga remained in the season, he was fired as coach, as Bayern was then third in the league. In the middle of 2011, he was hired as the coach of the USA team, which won the CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2013, and then won its qualifying group for the 2014 World Cup. At the end of 2013, Klinsmann extended his contract with the national team until 2018, but was fired in late 2016 after early losses in qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.

Finally, in the personal life of former football player and coach, Jurgen Klinsmann has been married to Debbie Chin since 1995, and they have two children, and reside in Huntington Beach, California, USA.

Full NameJürgen Klinsmann
Net Worth$16 Million
Salary$2.5 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 30, 1964
Place Of BirthGöppingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Height5 ft 11 1⁄2 in (1.81 m)
Weight73 kg
ProfessionFormer football player, Striker, United States men's national soccer team (Manager, 2011–2016), certified commercial helicopter pilot
EducationBundesliga (Germany’s top football division) club
SpouseDebbie Chin (m. 1995)
ChildrenJonathan Klinsmann, Laila Klinsmann
ParentsSiegfried Klinsmann, Martha Klinsmann
SiblingsHorst Klinsmann
Awards1988 Summer Olympics (Bronze Medal), UEFA European Championships - (1988, 1992: final, 1996: champion),Bravo Otto – Silver award (1988, 1990), FIFA World Player of the Year (Bronze award, 1995), U.S. Cup: 1993, 1990 FIFA World Cup, CONCACAF Gold Cup (2013, manager)
Nominations"125 Greatest Living Footballers" (2004, FIFA), FWA Footballer of the Year, PFA Team of the Year, ESM Team of the Year: (1994–1995), German Footballer of the Year (1994), UEFA Cup Top Scorer (1995/1996), German Football Manager of the Year (2006), CONCACAF Coach of the Year (2013)
MoviesDer Torwart (Documentary, 2016),The Team (Documentary, 2014), Menschen (TV Series documentary, 2006), Fotbolls-VM krönikan 1994 (TV Movie documentary, 1994)
TV ShowsDoppelpass (TV Series, 2009), Günther Jauch (TV Series, 2011), Sportschau (TV Series, 2005)
1We coaches have to learn how to deal with that: How do I get to each one best - with a talk, with video analysis? And what sort of tone? We need our own coaches for that. The sports psychologist coaches me too.
2Lionel Messi is very much the team player, while Cristiano [Ronaldo] is very ego-driven.
3If the national coach lets decisions be made from outside, he's lost the team.
4To any young kid who wants to be a footballer, I would simply say: Have fun playing football and enjoy the team - spirit. That's the right attitude; that will bring you pleasure and fulfillment in football. A baker cannot live on bread he made yesterday, and a footballer cannot live on his last game. It's about the here and now.
5We can only win by giving everything and being ready to defeat the adversary with fiery aggression.
6Personally, I need a high level of physical fitness in order to feel at ease.
7We Germans are so good at penalties because we have had to rebuild our country twice.
8As far as knowledge goes I've come a long way.
9I do swear a lot, but the advantage is that having played abroad, I can choose a different language from the referee's.
10I think when there's enough will and aggression, there's no shortage of talent either.
11The young generation has a different curiosity that is more visual.
1Coach of the U.S. soccer national team (2011-2016).
2221 appearances in German Bundesliga - scored 110 goals.
3Bayern Munich officials confirmed that he would take over as the club's manager in July 2008 (11 January 2008).
4Stepped down as coach of Germany's national side despite the team's surprising third-place-finish at the 2006 FIFA World Cup (11 July 2006).
5Former German soccer player and coach of Germany's national side (2004-2006).
6After becoming the new coach of Germany`s national team in 2004, he attracted criticism from the media and the fans for keeping his residence in the USA and not choosing Oliver Kahn as first goalkeeper.
7Collected 108 caps with 47 goals for Germany`s national side. Winner of the 1990 FIFA World Cup and the 1996 European Championships.
8Played for Stuttgarter Kickers (1982-1984), VfB Stuttgart (1984-1989), Internazionale Milan (1989-1992), AS Monaco (1992-1994), Tottenham Hotspurs (1994-1995, 1998), Bayern Munich (1995-1997) and Sampdoria Genova (1997). He won two UEFA Cup titles (1992, 1996) and the Bundesliga title in 1997.
9Lives in Huntington Beach, California with his wife Debbie and their children Jonathan and Laila.


Der TorwartDocumentary announcedHimself
Match of the Day: Euro 20162016TV Mini-SeriesHimself / Himself - European Championship Winner 1996
Thierry Henry: My France, My Euros2016TV Movie documentaryHimself
Ziemlich beste Gegner2016Documentary
Club Frontera2016DocumentaryHimself
90 Minuten sind kein Leben2014DocumentaryHimself
Die Mannschaft2014DocumentaryHimself
2014 FIFA World Cup2014TV SeriesHimself - Coach United States
60 Minutes Sports2014TV Series documentaryHimself - Coach, U.S. Soccer Team (segment "Team USA")
Günther Jauch2011TV SeriesHimself
The 100 Greatest World Cup Moments of All Time!2010TV Movie documentaryHimself
Menschen, Bilder, Emotionen2009TV SeriesHimself
Doppelpass2009TV SeriesHimself
Das aktuelle Sportstudio1986-2008TV Series documentaryHimself
Menschen2006TV Series documentaryHimself
Deutschland. Ein Sommermärchen2006DocumentaryHimself
2006 FIFA World Cup2006TV Mini-SeriesHimself / Himself - Coach Germany
FIFA World Cup 2006: Final Draw2005TV MovieHimself
Sportschau2005TV SeriesHimself
Unsere Besten2004TV SeriesHimself
That Game: England v Germany 19902004TV Movie documentaryHimself
Mondän!1998TV Series documentaryHimself
1996 UEFA European Football Championship1996TV SeriesHimself
Wetten, dass..?1994TV SeriesHimself
Fotbolls-VM krönikan 19941994TV Movie documentaryHimself - German Team
XIV FIFA World Cup 19901990TV Mini-SeriesHimself - West Germany

Archive Footage

History of the Euros2016TV Movie documentaryHimself - Germany, Euro 92
Euro 96: The Summer Football Came Home2016TV Movie documentaryHimself
Alan Shearer's Euro 96: When Football Came Home2016TV Movie documentaryHimself
Leonning maen2014TV SeriesHimself
Schmidt & Pocher2008TV SeriesHimself
Stern TV2007TV Series documentaryHimself
Unsere Besten2006TV SeriesHimself
Exclusiv - Das Star-Magazin2006TV SeriesHimself
Die 100 nervigsten...2005TV Series documentaryHimself
TV total2004TV SeriesHimself
Ja gut, ich sach mal...2004VideoHimself
Oranje kampioen! EK '882004VideoHimself - West-Germany player
The Ultimate Collection of Classic International Goals2003Video documentaryHimself
Fantasy World Cup1998TV SeriesHimself

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