Gareth Southgate Net Worth, Salary, Teams, Career, Wife & Facts

Gareth Southgate Intro:

Gareth Southgate is one of the most famous professional football managers in the world. Before he became a manager, Southgate played as a defender and a midfielder for three different teams in the Premier League. In his 16 years of playing football, he represented Crystal Palace, Aston Villa and Middlesbrough, and he managed to secure some trophies while he was at it. However, Southgate was more renowned across the globe for managing the England national football team since 2016. In this article, we will be talking about Gareth Southgate’s net worth.


Gareth Southgate Age & Playing Career:

Gareth Southgate came to this world on 3 September 1970 in Watford, Hertfordshire, England. This means that he’ll be turning 53 in 2023. Growing up, he played as a youth for Southampton for two years before he finally moved to Crystal Palace to begin his professional football career, as a right-back and also as a central midfielder. He helped the club secure the 1993-94 First Division title, and gained promotion to the Premier League. However, the team related from England’s top flight and he signed for Aston Villa for £2.5 million. This was where Gareth Southgate’s net worth started seeing its first rise.

Southgate was converted into a central defender at Aston Villa, and he was quite formidable despite being a newbie. In his first campaign with the club, he helped Villa secure the League Cup title and a spot for the UEFA Cup. He spent six seasons with Aston Villa before handing in a transfer request to Middlesbrough. He joined the Boro in 2001 for a £6.5 million fee, and he led to a League Cup title in 2002, becoming the first Boro captain to lift a trophy in their 128-year history. He played for Middlesbrough for five seasons before calling it quits on his playing career.

Gareth Southgate as a player

Gareth Southgate Managerial Career

After retiring from football as a player, Southgate took up the mantle of managing football teams. The first and only football club he managed was Middlesbrough, and he started coaching the team before completing his coaching qualifications. While he had a promising start to his first campaign with Boro, the team finished 12th on the Premier League table for the 2006/07 season. However, the 2007-08 campaign wasn’t any better as they finished thirteenth in the English top flight. But in their final game for the season, Middlesbrough secured an 8-1 win against Manchester City at home. This became the club’s biggest victory in the league era as well as Southgate’s biggest victory since he started managing. The following season resulted in Boro relegating from the Premier League, and Southgate was dismissed from the club while managing the team in the Championship in 2009. He was replaced by Gordon Strachan.


Southgate As England National Team Manager

In September 2016, Gareth Southgate became the temporary manager of the senior England team. He led the team to two wins and two draws in a month, which played a role in helping him become the permanent manager of the Three Lions.

After helping them secure a spot in the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Gareth Southgate led the team to the tournament’s semi-finals, becoming the first England manager to reach that stage of the World Cup since Bobby Robson in 1990. But they succumbed to a 2-1 defeat to Croatia. England ended their 2018 World Cup campaign in fourth place, with Harry Kane winning the Golden Boot of the tournament. He led the team to third place in the 2018/18 UEFA Nations League, and the Three Lions were also runner-up to the UEFA Euro 2020, having lost the title to Italy on penalties. He went on to lead the team to the quarter-finals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup but succumbed to a 2-1 defeat to France, who was runner-up to the world title.


Gareth Southgate’s Net Worth & Salary

Gareth Southgate’s net worth is estimated to be £16 million as of 2023. Southgate is one of the highest-paid football managers across the globe, with his current salary being £3 million per year as the manager for the Three Lions.

His current contract with England is expected to last till 2024. If he happens to win the Euro 2024, we will be seeing Gareth Southgate’s net worth moving to a new level.


Gareth Southgate’s Wife & Children

Gareth Southgate tied the marriage knot with Alison Bird in July 1997 at St Nicholas’s Church in Worth. This was after he waited for over two years to ask her out.

Their union is blessed with two children: Mia and Flynn. Mia was born in 2000 while Flynn was born just two years after.

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Gareth Southgate Wife & Children

Gareth Southgate Jersey Number

Gareth Southgate was a man of many numbers, but he was mostly seen putting on the number 6 jersey, which he wore throughout his time with Middlesbrough before switching to 4, 5, 2, 7, and 14 for club football.

For the England national team, he wore 4, 5, 6, 12, 13, 15, and 16.


Gareth Southgate Facts: Did You Know?

  • Gareth Southgate’s net worth is £16 million in 2023.
  • He has an autobiography named: “Anything is Possible: Be Brave, Be Kind And Follow Your Dreams.”
  • In 2019, he was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for his services to football.
  • He is the first England manager to reach the final of a European Championship.
  • Gareth Southgate only played Crystal Palace, Aston Villa and Middlesbrough throughout his playing career.

Gareth Southgate FAQs

Gareth Southgate's net worth is £16 million in 2023.
Gareth Southgate coached the England national team to the Euro 2020 final to become the first England manager to reach the final of a European Championship.
Southgate is married to Alison, and the couple have two children; Mia and Flynn.
Gareth Southgate and his family live in their £3.75 million home located in North Yorkshire.
Gareth Southgate and Alison have two children together: Mia and Flynn.

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