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2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Head Coaches Salaries

FIFA Women's World Cup Head Coaches Salaries

The Women’s World Cup 2023 is among the most thrilling sporting events. Soccer fans want to watch extraordinary talent and fierce competition on the grandest stage.

In this article, we will explore the salaries of head coaches and the bonus structure that further adds to the excitement of the tournament.

FIFA Women’s World Cup Head Coaches Salaries

Coach Base Salary Bonus Team
Sarina Wiegman $1.5m $400k  England
Vlatko Andonovski $800k $100k   USA
Tony Gustavsson $600k $200k   Australia
Hervé Renard $500k $300k   France
Martina Voss-Tecklenburg $500k $75k   Germany
Shui Qingxia $500k $250k   China
Futoshi Ikeda $500k $200k   Japan
Christine Sinclair $450k $100k Canada
Inka Grings $425k $50k   Switzerland
Pia Sundhage $425k $50k   Brazil
Milena Bertolini $425k $200k   Italy
Peter Gerhardsson $425k $200k   Sweden
Jitka Klimková $400k $100k   New Zealand
Hege Riise $400k $50k   Norway
Andries Jonker $400k $100k   Netherlands
Lars Søndergaard $400k $200k   Denmark
Jorge Vilda $400k $100k Spain
Francisco Neto $375k $80k Portugal
Colin Bell $300k $100k   South Korea
Germán Portanova $300k $100k   Argentina
Vera Pauw $275k $275k   Ireland 
Nelson Abadía $225k $100k   Colombia
Amelia Valverde $220k $75k   Costa Rica
Reynald Pedros $200k $100k   Morocco
Mai Đức Chung $200k $50k   Vietnam
Lorne Donaldson $200k $150k   Jamaica
Alen Stajcic $200k $30k   Philippines
Ignacio Quintana $175k $100k   Panama
Nicolas Delépine $125k $30k   Haiti
Desiree Ellis $100k $100k   South Africa
Bruce Mwape $100k $25k   Zambia
Randy Waldrum $100k $20k   Nigeria

Read More: Women’s World Cup Coaches & Managers

Sarina Wiegman (England)

Sarina Wiegman is the highest-paid head coach among the Women’s World Cup 2023 teams, with a salary of $1.5 million. Her salary package also includes a $400k performance bonus, proof of her excellent coaching abilities.

Vlatko Andonovski (USA)

Vlatko Andonovski, who leads the USA team, is the second-highest-paid head coach, earning $800k. In addition to his reported salary, he also receives a $100k bonus based on performance.

Other Top-Paying Teams

Apart from England and the USA, other high-paying teams include Australia, Canada, and France. It demonstrates the top-tier coaching talent in the world of women’s soccer.

Bonus Structure for Coaches

In the Women’s World Cup 2023, head coaches can earn additional bonuses based on their team’s performance throughout the tournament. These bonuses serve as an extra motive for coaches to push their teams to shine and achieve their best.

Coaches whose teams reach the tournament finals will be rewarded with handsome bonuses. Teams reaching the quarter-finals and semi-finals will give bonuses to their coaches. The teams that secure a third-place finish will also see their head coaches receive well-deserved bonuses.

Aqeel Ahmad
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