List of FIFA World Cup Head Coaches Salaries for 2022

List of FIFA World Cup Head Coaches Salaries for 2022: Head Coaches play a key role for any FIFA team to qualify for this important sporting event. It is he who is responsible for the team’s success or failure, as he is the one who picks the squad for the match day. He serves as a mentor and a guide to support his squad during the challenging games.

World Cup Head Coaches Salaries
FIFA World Cup Head Coaches Salaries

So here in this article, we will cover the FIFA World Cup Head Coaches’ Salaries which range from the US $350K – 3.85 million.

Top 10 highest-paid Head Coaches in World Cup 2022

1. Hans Dieter Flick – Germany ($6.55 Million)
Hans Dieter Flicks tops the list of the highest-paid head coaches for FIFA World Cup 2022. Germany was able to finish third in the 2010 World Cup and also won the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil under his mentorship. He also holds a strong record of winning 13 titles in 1 year and 7 months under his management.

2. Gareth Southgate – England ($5.85 Million)
Gareth Southgate has successfully led the three lions to win the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia. Under his leadership, England will be once again aiming to repeat the 2018 performance at the upcoming 2022 Qatar World Cup.

3. Tite – Brazil ($3.65 Million)
Tite will be looking ahead to getting the maiden FIFA World cup for his team Brazil. He misses a great opportunity of claiming the FIFA World Cup title after losing to Brazil in the Quarter Finals against Belgium.

4. Gerardo Martino – Mexico ($2.95 Million)
He holds a vast experience as a Head Coach successfully leading team Paraguay at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Apart from Mexico, Gerardo has also coached FC Barcelona and the Argentina National Team.

5. Lionel Scaloni – Argentina ($2.65 Million)
Lionel Scaloni for the first time remains head coach for Argentina in the 2006 FIFA World Cup. It will be the second time he will be mentoring his team at the Qatar World Cup 2022 to clinch another big title.

6. Fernando Santos – Portugal ($2.25 Million)
Among all the 32 head coaches, he is the third oldest manager and holds a remarkable record of winning his team Portugal in Euro 2016 and 2018-19 UEFA Nations League.

7. Paulo Bento – South Korea ($1.35 Million)
It will be for the third time Paulo Bento will head coach South Korea. He had led his team successfully winning multiples one with Sporting Lisbon and Olympiacos League.

8 Graham Arnold – Australia ($1.35 Million)
He is an experienced manager who is assisting his team since July 2018. He played the role of assistant coach of the Socceroos for the 2002 and 2006 editions.

9 Gregg Berhalter – USA ($1.25 Million)
Gregg Berhalter has been the kingpin for his team winning a gold cup and also the first ever Concacaf Nations League.

10. Luis Enrique – Spain ($1.16 Million)
Luis Enrique from Spain has been associated with FC Barcelona Club drawing a salary of $1.16 Million.

Also See: FIFA World Cup 2022 Belgium Schedule, Captain, Coach & Player List

FIFA World Cup 2022 : Head Coaches Salaries of Each Team In Qatar

1. Hans-Dieter Flick (GERMANY) – €6,500,000
2. Gareth Southgate (ENGLAND) – €5,800,000
3. Didier Deschamps (FRANCE) – €3,800,000
4. Tite (BRAZIL) – €3,600,000
5. Louis van Gaal (NETHERLANDS) – €2,900,000
6. Gerardo Martino (MEXICO) – €2,900,000
7. Lionel Scaloni (ARGENTINA) – €2,600,000
8. Félix Sánchez Bas (QATAR) – €2,400,000
9. Fernando Santos (PORTUGAL) – €2,250,000
10. Murat Yakin (SWITZERLAND) – €1,600,000
11. Paulo Bento (SOUTH KOREA) – €1,300,000
12. Graham Arnold (AUSTRALIA) – €1,300,000
13. Gregg Berhalter (USA) – €1,250,000
14. Roberto Martínez (BELGIUM) – €1,200,000
15. Kasper Hjulmand (DENMARK) – €1,150,000
16. Luis Enrique (SPAIN) – €1,150,000
17. Hervé Renard (SAUDI ARABIA) – €1,100,000
18. Hajime Moriyasu (JAPAN) – €1,050,000
19. Vahid Halilhodžić (MOROCCO) – €920,000
20. Diego Alonso (URUGUAY) – €860,000
21. Gustavo J. Alfaro (ECUADOR) – €770,000
22. Dragan Stojković (SERBIA) – €650,000
23. Dragan Skočić (IRAN) – €650,000
24. Zlatko Dalić (CROATIA) – €550,000
25. Czesław Michniewicz (POLAND) – €500,000
26. John Herdman (CANADA) – €480,000
27. Chris Hughton (GHANA) – €400,000
28. Rob Page (WALES) – €380,000
29. Luis F. Suárez (COSTA RICA) – €350,000
30. Rigobert Song (CAMEROON) – €340,000
31. Aliou Cissé (SENEGAL) – €310,000
32. Jalel Kadri (TUNISIA) – €130,000

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