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How Much do MLS Players Make? MLS Player Salaries


Major League Soccer players in the United States get paid more than the majority of soccer players in the world, but are by no means the top earning players in the world of soccer.  The league minimum wage for 2013 is $35,125.  The AVERAGE MLS player salary  is about $135,000 a year, with 249 players in the league making over $100k.  That’s a huge step forward from just 10 years ago when many MLS player salaries were not enough to pay the bills, forcing them to get jobs outside of soccer to supplement their income.

The highest paid MLS player is Thierry Henry of the New York Red Bulls.  Henry is one of the top 100 greatest players in the world, and is one of the greatest French players in history.  He’s currently Arsenal‘s (English Premier League) all time leading scorer  and played with Barcelona just prior to arriving in New York.  Current rumors are that he may return to Arsenal for his last season before retirement.


The top 20 MLS earners in 2013

  1. $4,350,000 – Thierry Henry, New York
  2. $4,333,333 – Robbie Keane, LA Galaxy
  3. $3,625,000 – Tim Cahill, New York
  4. $2,500,000 – Landon Donovan, LA Galaxy
  5. $1,937,508 – Marco Di Vaio, Montreal
  6. $1,725,000 – Obafemi Martins, Seattle
  7. $1,663,323 – Dan Koevermans, Toronto FC
  8. $1,132,492 – Kenny Miller, Vancouver
  9. $856,000 -Fredy Montero, Seattle
  10. $730,000 – David Ferreira, FC Dallas
  11. $645,333 – Dwayne De Rosario, D.C. United
  12. $604,000 – Federico Higuain, Columbus
  13. $600,000 – Chris Wondolowski, San Jose
  14. $599,333 – Shalrie Joseph, Seattle
  15. $527,115 – Sherjill MacDonald, Chicago
  16. $495,000 – Kleberson, Philadelphia
  17. $456,250 – Darren O’Dea, Toronto FC
  18. $453,333 – Alvaro Saborio, Real Salt Lake
  19. $445,000 – Kalifa Cisse, New England
  20. $400,000 – Diego Valeri, Portland

Below are links to details about all MLS player salaries, categorized alphabetically and by club.

2013 Salaries
(Surveys through 8/1/13)



2013 Salaries
(Surveys through 5/1/13)




About Author

Mike Slatton is a 2nd generation American youth soccer coach since 1984, and the son of one of the nation's first female licensed youth soccer coaches (Anita Slatton, 1979). He's also a professional soccer scout, a player since 1977, and the father of three adult and teenage children who all play or have played the game. "My job as a youth soccer coach is to develop detail oriented problem solvers who can react quickly under pressure. This relates to life - not just soccer."

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