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Answer In 2000, female players were doing good to earn $45-60K annually...and that was for stronger players. Mia Hamm was the first woman soccer player to top $1M annua…l pay, but that was extraordinary. With all the problems that women's soccer has getting financial backing in the US market, the future does not look to hold high salaries for women in soccer in the USA. But again, to be fair, the average male soccer player (pro) in the USA only makes around $60K annually.
The answer to How much pro Soccer referees make is in the MLS Referee Handbook. In MLS the Referee's and Assistant Referees' game fee is decided by the amount of past MLS expe…rience each official has. Referees and Assistant Referees are ranked in catagories of level 1 2 3 or 4 For regular season MLS games here are the Referee's Game Fees Level 4 = $850 Level 3 = $750 Level 2 = $650 Level 1 = $550 Assistant Referees' Game Fees Level 4 (76+ previous MLS games assigned as of 3/15/08) = $475 Level 3 (41-75 previous MLS games assigned as of 3/15/08) = $350 Level 2 (21-40 previous MLS games assigned as of 3/15/08) = $300 Level 1 (0-20 previous MLS games assigned as of 3/15/08) = $250 First and second round MLS games the level system is forgoten and the officials are paid the same based on if they are referee, AR, or 4th First Round Second Round Ref- $1,000 $1,200 AR- $400 $500 4th- $400 $500
The AFU managed to persuade the Football Association and the Football League not to introduce maximum wages. When Liverpool won the First division championship in the 19…00-01 season their players were on £7, which with bonuses could reach £10. The Football Association passed a rule at its AGM that set the maximum wage of professional footballers playing in the Football League at £4 a week. It also abolished the paying of all bonuses to players. This new rule was brought in at the beginning of the 1901-02 season. http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/Fwages.htm
It depend on how valuable he is and the more valuable the more he is going to get paid because most would want him on there team.
It really does depend on the players calibare. The better you are as a player and the more known you are to the public the more you earn.
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Being a youth soccer ref myself, I can say first-hand that what you're paid depends on which county and leagues you are affiliated with. In Sussex, you can expect £18 p…er game plus 25p per mile, to cover distance travelled to get to the match. I expect that this figure will vary dependent on location.
you go to the website and report about the game
The pay for professional rugby referees can vary depending on experience. The average pay is about 50,000 pounds a year.
It depends on your local recreation department and how they set it up. Mine looks like this. Others pay a little more or a little less. This is just about average. …Certified Grade 8 Pay Scale U-6 12.00 U-8 18.00 (Two man system) 20.00 (One man system) U-10 18.00 (Two Man System) 20.00 (One Man System) (Three Man System: Center- 18.00 Lines-16.00) U12 18.00 (Linesman) 22.00 (Center) 22.00 (Two Man System) U-14 20.00 (Linesman) 24.00 (Center) 24.00 (Two Man System) (Mini Metro) U-16 25.00 (Linesman) 30.00 (Center) U-19 25.00 (Linesman) 30.00 (Center) Adult Pay Scale: 25.00 per game (U-10 through U-14 Recreational Games) Center and Lines same pay. *Metro Only: *U-10 $25.00 Center Referee and 20.00 Linesman *U-12, U14, $30.00 Center Referee and 25.00 Linesmen *U16, U19, Center 35.00 and 30.00 Linesman
The referees are paid handsomely they get 5,000 pounds for the game.
In the USA women's league, most don't make more than 30k. The league minimum is about 9k. Marta probably makes over 100k.
The answer is obviously. Yes.
it depends on which league they play in
In my club soccer league in Southeastern Michigan we pay ref's 110,75,75 for the one head referee and the two assistants respectively
As an assistant referee, you could be payed anywhere from $15 to $26, and as referee anywhere from $26 to $40 a game.
There are many questions alike this one and the answer can only be one:.Soccer is now a combination of two main things: A) It's both a professional and an amateur or s…emi-pro type of sport, and all forms may play together in every single season, in national cups, that involved all kinds of clubs. This is one of the best aspects of the game. It's not like other sports where professional players only plays against professionals. B) At least since the mid 1990's, soccer also became a worldwide industry, and most top clubs became business and companies. The team salary cap is established by each club. The old idea of a player-loves-club-shirt is just a thing of the past. Meaning that the richer clubs pays better and,logically, they have the best players. Since clubs are companies, top Leagues are major companies too. So, like in any other kind of industries, there are bigger and smaller companies. The big Leagues companies are the ones that usually pays more overall between all clubs (Spain-Italy-France-Germany-England), though in recent years (again, money talks) there are also good players moving to other markets, like the Russian League, for instance. Yes, Brazilians play in cold Russia. So you cannot have a worldwide average of professional payments, since all countries have their own size of industry. That is the reason some great players are moving to less competitive leagues, because some clubs have larger revenues. If one team wants one talented player, they just have to pay more than his current club. That is the main reason also good players prefer smaller clubs of those mentioned top leagues over known clubs in other smaller (revenues) leagues. Because if one professional player has a top paycheck in one country (let's imagine the Netherlands - around 125,000€ per month) he is bought by a smaller English club but that pays him around 112,000€ per week. He will not hesitate, despite having less chances to win titles and even play in the European Cups. His dream is to make constant good performances so any of the top 5 best\\richer clubs in the same league catch him and then he will be receiving about 700,000€ per month, and having the chance to play and win big titles - and that is very hard to achieve, good performances from him need to be constant. Those are the "new rules" of the game.