Ryan Giggs Net Worth

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Ryan Joseph Wilson was born on 29 November 1973 in Canton, Cardiff, UK, of Welsh and, on his father’s side, Siera Leonian descent. Ryan Giggs – he changed his name to his mother’s maiden name – is a well-known and enormously respected Welsh football player and coach as, in terms of acheivements on the football pitch, he is the most decorated player in Welsh amd English football history.

So just how rich is Ryan Giggs? Sources estimate that the overall amount of Ryan Giggs’ net worth is over $60 million, virtually all accumulated during his professional football career over more than 20 years both as a player and more recently as a coach.

Ryan Giggs Net Worth $60 Million

Ryan Giggs was born to parents Lynne Giggs and rugby union player Danny Wilson. As a child footballer he playedg for Salford Boys, later captaining the team to victory in the Lancashire Schools cup competition. He subsequently captained the England schoolboy team. He had been watched by both Manchester City and Manchester United club ‘scouts’, but signed with the latter initially as a schoolboy in 1987, turning professional in 1990 on his 17th birthday.

Ryan Giggs opened his net worth account that year, and he played for Manchester United solely until final retirement as a player in 2014. Ryan is usually described as a tireless runner and creator of goals for his team-mates to actually score, but despite not being a consistent, spectacular goal-scorer, has nevertheless been an invaluable part of the most successful Premier League club since the inception of the league. Throughout his long career in football team, Giggs increased his net worth by playing consistently and in the process setting a number of records. Ryan Giggs made 611 Premier League appearances over 22 seasons, plus another 61 in other competitions. He won 13 Premier League championship medals, four FA Cup winner’s medals, three League Cup winner’s medals, and perhaps most importantly two European Champions League winner’s medals. He has two Champions League, runner-up medals, three from FA Cup finals and two from League Cup finals, as well as being part of the team five times when it finished second in the Premier League. His tally of 114 goals is more impressive as they span 24 seasons, including scoring in 17 different Champions League tournaments. His net worth is reflective of his actual worth to the team, and would possibly have been higher if he was to begin his career now.

Ryan Giggs net worth also rose after every time he represented a national team. He played for the Wales national under-19 football team competing in UEFA European Under-19 Football Championship in 1989, the Wales national under-21 football team in 1991, and the Wales national football team from 1991 to 2007 scoring 12 goals throughout that time, and for the Great Britain Olympic football team in 2012, also scorking a goal.

Giggs net worth has increased further after receiving honours too, for his lifetime achievements including the BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2009, the Golden Foot in 2011, and being inducted into the Football Hall of Fame. He was elected into the PFA Team of the Century in 2007, the Premier League of the Decade in 2003, as well as the FA Cup Team of the Century. In 2011, Giggs was named Manchester United’s greatest ever player by a worldwide poll conducted by United’s official magazine and website. The same day he retired as a footballer he was named interim player-manager of Manchester United, later he took the position of assistant of the same team. At present, he is working as the Manchester United assistant manager, and co-owns a semi-professional football team Salford City. These are the main sources of  Ryan’s current additions to his net worth.

In his personal life, after an alleged long affair with his brother’s wife, Ryan Giggs married Stacey Cooke in 2007. They have two children. Ryan Giggs is the Ambassador of UNICEF UK.

Full NameRyan Giggs
Net Worth$60 million
Salary3.9 million GBP
Date Of BirthNovember 29, 1973
Height1.79 m
Weight72 kg
ProfessionFootball player, Coach
EducationMoorside High School, Swinton
SpouseStacey Cooke
ChildrenZachary Joseph Giggs, Liberty Beau Giggs
ParentsDanny Wilson, Lynne Giggs
SiblingsRhodri Giggs
AwardsBBC Sports Personality of the Year Award
1Brother-in-law of Natasha Giggs.
2Brother of Rhodri Giggs.
32008 Champions League winners, with Manchester United.
4With the Champions League final he became the player with the most games played for Manchester United. He broke the record of Sir Bobby Charlton.
5Has played more than 700 games for Manchester United. [March 2007]
6Girlfriend Stacey gave birth to their son Zach on 1 October 2006. He weighed 8lb 3oz.
7League Cup Winner 2006.
8At the end of his first full season he was voted the Young Player of the Year by the PFA. He is the only player ever to win this twice - 1992 and 1993.
9His man-of-the-match performance in the 1999 Inter-Continental Cup victory against Palmeiras won him a brand new Toyota car. He was also awarded a huge 8 foot high plastic key.
10Holds the record for Top Divison (now called Premier League, previously called Division 1) championship medals - 9.
11Owns a £40,000 BMW, a £30,000 Jeep Cherokee and two Ferraris. Because of hamstring history, he now drives an automatic transmission Porsche and an Audi A8 W12.
12Even though he is a Welsh international footballer he captained the England Schoolboys football team.
13Moved to England, from Wales, at the age of seven. He joined Dean's Youth FC where he started playing football.
14Signed a new three year contract with Manchester United (2005)
15Plays international football for Wales
16Ryan and his fiancee Stacey Cooke welcomed their first child, a daughter named Liberty. [April 2003]
17Won the treble (FA Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Champions League) with Manchester United FC. [1999]
18Cardiff-born Giggs played for England Schoolboys as a child, because he attended a school in England.
19Now generally accepted as being the finest left-sided footballer in England, Ryan Giggs signed as a trainee with Manchester United in 1989, having already been turned down by Manchester City.


The Search for the Holy Grail1998TV SeriesGuest


Breakfast2011-2016TV SeriesHimself - SPOTY Winner, 2009 / Himself - Footballer
ITV Sport: International Football2016TV SeriesHimself - Analyst
European Qualifiers: 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia2016TV SeriesHimself - Analyst
ITV Sport: Euro 20162016TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Analyst
Class of '92: Out of Their League2015TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Sir Alex Ferguson: Secrets of Success2015TV Movie documentaryHimself - Manchester United 1990-Present
Football Focus2015TV SeriesHimself - Interviewee
Match of the Day at 502014TV Movie documentaryHimself
Alan Hansen: Player and Pundit2014TV Movie documentaryHimself
Life of Ryan: Caretaker Manager2014TV Movie documentaryHimself
BBC Super League Show2014TV SeriesHimself - Spectator
The Class of 922013DocumentaryHimself
Match of the Day2004-2013TV SeriesHimself
The One Show2010TV SeriesHimself
Soccer Aid2010TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Rest of the World Team
Live from Studio Five2009TV SeriesHimself
The Million Pound Footballers' Giveaway2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
A Question of Sport2004-2005TV SeriesHimself - Mystery Guest / Himself
The Paul O'Grady Show2005TV SeriesHimself
Soccer AM2004TV SeriesHimself
Manchester United: Play Like Champions2003Video documentaryHimself
Dream Team2003TV SeriesHimself
Manchester United: Premiership Champions 2000-20012001Video documentaryHimself
Champions Again2000Video documentaryHimself
Manchester United: Beyond the Promised Land2000Video documentaryHimself
The Treble1999Video documentaryHimself
Gomorron1999TV SeriesHimself
Manchester United: Official Review 1997/98 Season1998Video documentary
That Saturday Magic: Ryan Giggs1997Documentary shortHimself
Top Gear1997TV Series documentaryHimself
Soccer School1994TV SeriesHimself
Champions: Manchester United 92/93 Season Official Review1993Video documentary

Archive Footage

Big John: The John Hartson Story2014TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
The Greatest Footie Ads Ever2012TV MovieHimself
Jennifer Saunders: Laughing at the 90s2011TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Manchester United: The Official History 1878-20022002Video documentaryHimself (1991 League Cup Final)
The Story of Football2002Video documentaryHimself - 1999 FA Cup Semi-Final, 1999 European Cup Final
Bend It Like Beckham2002Himself (uncredited)
United in the 90's1999Video documentaryThe Boy Wonder / Himself
300 Premiership Goals1998Video documentaryHimself
Top of the Pops1996TV SeriesHimself - Manchester United F.C.
Champions 2: Manchester United Official Review of the 93/94 Season1994Video documentaryHimself

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