Jude Bellingham Net Worth

Are you a Dortmund fan? If so, are you familiar with the youngest Dortmund player named Jude Bellingham? We think that if you claim to be a Dortmund fan, you surely will know him a lot as Jude became the club’s youngest ever first-team player. He now plays as midfielder for Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund.

Dedicating himself to playing football from a young age, of course the struggle to establish his career in football is very hard. Even so, he has proven to himself, his family and the world that he can be the best in his football career even at a young age.

Making a lot of money through his football career, sure, many fans of Jude were wondering how much he makes money on football and what his net worth is now. Well, if you are also a Jude fan who wants to know his net worth, let’s see some quick facts about him in our post below!

Jude Bellingham Net Worth

Jude Bellingham’s Net Worth

According to Birthday Wiki, Jude Bellingham’s net worth is approximately 7.5 million pounds, as of 2019. His average salary is estimated at 145 pounds a week. Then, his net worth as of this writing is €27 million. His current contract with the Dortmund based club could see him make €1.3 million a year.

By july 2020, he signed a contract with Borussia Dortmund which earns him a whopping salary of 1.3 million Euros (1.15 million pounds) per year. In this case, we have crunched the numbers where he earns around €3,562 (£3,161 ) per day and €148 (£132 ) per hour.

This post will also show you Jude’s salary in sequential time, here you go!

Time In Euros In Pounds
Per year €1,300,000 £1,153,769
Per month €108,333 £96,147
Per week €25,000 £22,188
Per day €3,562 £3,161
Per hour €148 £132
Per minute €2.46 £2.20
Per second €0.04 0.036

Certainly, most of his income comes from his football career. So, there’s no doubt if this junior genius player will earn millions in his following days.

Jude Bellingham’s Career

In the early part of his career, Jude joined Birmingham City as an U-8 and he played for their U-18 team at the age of 14. He made his debit for their U-23 team at the age of 15. Then, on October 15, 2013, he was away to the U-23 of Nottingham Forest.

In March 2019, he had three goals from ten development squad appearances and was featured in ‘FourFourTwo’s’ list of the ’50 most exciting teenagers in English football’. He was also being mentioned as of interest to major European clubs. Jude has represented England at U-15, U-16 and U-17 levels and was named EFL Young Player of the Month for November 2019.

Jude was gradually introduced to the first-team environment while schooling, however he was increasingly training with the seniors and accompanying them on match day to observe. He then took up a two-year scholarship with Birmingham City to start in July 2019 who was part of the first squad that spent a week in Portugal as part of their  pre-season training, played and scored in pre-season friendlies and was given squad number 22 for the 2019 – 2020 season.

By January 2020, Jude was linked with moves to numerous major clubs on deadline days, at that time, Birmingham was reported to have turned down a 20 million pound bid from Manchester United.

Well, it was clear that Jude would leave Birmingham at the end of the season. Reportedly, Jude and his father have also visited several major clubs, including Manchester United and Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund.

On 16th July, Jude flew to Germany for a medical with Borussia Dortmund and the transfer was confirmed four days later. He was then recently recruited by Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund. after Birmingham’s last match of the season.

Jude Bellingham’s Career

Jude Bellingham’s International Career

Jude made his debut in England U-23 against Turkey in December 2016. At the end of 2018, Jude has appeared firstly for the England U-16 team and featured in 7 games, scoring 4 goals and being a captain.

Jude was also included in England’s U-17 squad for the Syrenka Cup which was held in September 2019 as a friendly tournament in preparation for the 2020 European Championship qualifiers the following March.

Jude also made his debut as a substitute in England’s opening match of the tournament, captained the team in their second fixture where they came back from a goal behind to beat Austria 4-2 and qualify for the final. He also scored the third goal of a 5-0 win over Finland.

Jude Bellingham’s Life

Jude Victor William Bellingham or better professionally as Jude Bellingham is an English football player who was born on June 29, 2003 in Stourbridge, West Midlands, England. Jude is the eldest son of Mark and Denise Bellingham. He also has a brother named Jobe who is also a member of Birmingham City F.C.’s academy.

Her father works as a sergeant in the West Midlands Police and is known as a prolific goalscorer in non-league football. Jude belongs to British-Black ethnicity where his race is black and his horoscope is Cancer. Jude celebrated his birthday on June 29 of every year and this year, he will be celebrating his 18th birthday.

Here’s the personal information about Jude Victor William Bellingham:

    • Real Name: Jude Victor William Bellingham
    • Nationality: British
    • Place Of Birth: Stourbridge, West Midlands
    • Birth Nation: England
    • Ethnicity: British-White
    • Race: Black
    • Horoscope: Cancer
    • Famous For: Being the player for Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund
    • Career Start: 2010
    • Father: Mark Billingham
    • Mother: Denise Bellingham
    • Brothers: Jobe
    • Sexual Orientation: Straight
    • Marital Status: Single
    • School: Priory School
    • Eye Color: Dark Brown
    • Height: 6 ft. 1 inches
    • Weight; 75kg
    • Body Type: Athletic
    • Hair Color: Black
    • Source of Wealth: Football Career
    • Current Club: Borussia Dortmund
    • Position: Midfielder
    • Jersey Number: 22

Jude Bellingham’s Achievements

Here’s a list of Jude’s award and achievement that he earns during his football career:

    • Syrenka Cup: 2019
    • Birmingham City Under-15/16 Goal of the Season: 2018
    • Birmingham City Special Achievement Award: 2018
    • Syrenka Cup Player of the Tournament: 2019
    • EFL Young Player of the Month: November 2019

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