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Borussia Dortmund Players Salaries 2022: Weekly Wages 2021/2022

Borussia Dortmund BVB, or simply Dortmund, is a German professional football club based in Dortmund, Germany.

The club was Founded in 1909 by eighteen football players from Dortmund, and alongside Bayern Munich they are the most popular clubs in Bundesliga.

Since 1974, Dortmund have played their home games at the iconic Westfalenstadion; the stadium is the largest in Germany, and Dortmund has the highest average attendance of any football club in the world.

BVB are one of the most successful club in Germany. They  have won eight league championships, five DFB-Pokals, one UEFA Champions League, one Intercontinental Cup, and one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup.

The club is the 12th most valuable football club in the world 2022 according to business magazine Forbes.

Who is the highest earning Borussia Dortmund Player? Marco Reus is Borussia Dortmund’s highest-earning player, earning £198,000 per-week, which makes him one of the best-paid players in Bundesliga.

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Here are the Borussia Dortmund Players Salaries for the 2022 season:

Player Name

Weekly Wage

Yearly Salary

Age

Nationality

Marco Reus

£198,000

£10,296,000

30

Germany

Mats Hummels

£165,000

£8,580,000

30

Germany

Emre Can

£153,000

£7,956,000

25

Germany

Erling Haaland

£133,000

£6,916,000

18

Norway

Axel Witsel

£124,000

£6,448,000

30

Belgium

Julian Brandt

£116,000

£6,032,000

23

Germany

Nico Schulz

£98,000

£5,096,000

26

Germany

Raphaël Guerreiro

£81,000

£4,212,000

25

Portugal

Thorgan Hazard

£80,000

£4,160,000

26

Belgium

Donyell Malen

£68,000

£3,536,000

22

Netherlands

Mahmoud Dahoud

£65,000

£3,380,000

23

Germany

Marcel Schmelzer

£65,000

£3,380,000

31

Germany

Roman Bürki

£56,000

£2,912,000

28

Switzerland

Marius Wolf

£56,000

£2,912,000

 

Germany

Thomas Meunier

£53,000

£2,756,000

20

Belgium

Manuel Akanji

£49,000

£2,548,000

23

Switzerland

Jude Bellingham

£45,000

£2,30,000

17

England

Marin Pongračić

£37,000

£1,924,000

23

Croatia

Dan-Axel Zagadou

£35,000

£1,820,000

20

France

Gregor Kobel

£34,000

£1,768,000

23

Switzerland.

Giovanni Reyna

£30,000

£1,500,000

18

U.S.A.

Soumaïla Coulibaly

£27,000

£1,404,000

17

France

Leonardo Balerdi

£25,000

£1,300,000

20

Argentina

Marwin Hitz

£24,000

£1,248,000

31

Switzerland

Felix Passlack

£18,000

£936,000

23

Germany

Mateu Morey

£16,000

£832,000

19

Spain

Ansgar Knauff

£6,500

£338,000

19

Germany

Nnamdi Collins

£5,900

£306,800

17

Germany

Reinier

£5,700

£296,400

19

Brazil

Luca Unbehaun

£4,000

£208,000

20

Germany

Tobias Raschl

£3,600

£187,200

21

Germany

Manuel Pherai

£800

£41,600

18

Holland


Things You Need To Know About Borussia Dortmund

Several of the world's most lethal forwards have called Borussia Dortmund home. These include Robert Lewandowski who scored 74 goals in 131 BVB appearances, a certain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang re-branded himself as a goalscorer supreme, netting 98 times in 144 outings and currently Erling Braut Haaland.

Dortmund are renowned as a fertile breeding ground for world-class footballers.

FC Schalke 04 and Borussia Dortmund are huge rivals. Just 32 kilometres separate the two clubs, who are both based in Germany’s industrial heartland of the Ruhr Valley. 

The club's motto - Echte Liebe. Two simple German words, which stand for true love, something found in the fans of the club quite evidently.

Borussia Dortmund honours

German Championship

Winners (8): 1956, 1957, 1963, 1995, 1996, 2002, 2011, 2012

DFB Cup

Winners (4): 1965, 1989, 2012, 2017

Supercup

Winners (5): 1989, 1995, 1996, 2013, 2014

UEFA Champions League

Winners (1): 1997

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup

Winners (1): 1966

Leading Bundesliga goalscorer: Manfred Burgsmüller, 135

Leading Bundesliga appearance-maker: Michael Zorc, 462

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