Christian Pulisic needs no introduction when it comes to football and at only an age of 24 years, he has made some amazing records in the sport. Currently, he is a player for the United States national team and for Premier League club Chelsea. Pulisic plays as an attacking midfielder or winger and because of his amazing performance in the sport he has been nicknamed ‘Captain America’ by fans and other players. Christian has been rewarded well for his talent and skill and his net worth in 2023 stands at $10 million. His performance in FIFA 2022 has also been appreciated where he assisted his team mate Tim Weah in scoring a goal for the US national team. Dig a little bit deeper into Christian Pulisic net worth 2023, salary, family, career and other details with this post.
Christian Pulisic Net Worth & Salary
Christian Pulisic reportedly earns about $177,000 a week at Chelsea. This makes his earning approximately $9.1 million every year from his base club contract alone. His net worth in 2023 stands at $10 million.
|Position||Attacking midfielder, winger|
|Net worth (2023)||$10 million|
|Weekly salary (with Chelsea)||$177,000|
Christian Pulisic Personal Biography
Pulisic was born on September 18, 1998 in Hershey, Pennsylvania to Kelley and Mark Pulisic. Both his parents played collegiate soccer at George Mason University and his father was a professional indoor soccer player for the Harrisburg Heat in the 1990s. His father later became a coach at both youth and professional levels and his mother was on a teacher exchange in England through the Fulbright Program. At only the age of seven, Pulisic began playing for the youth team of Brackley Town.
|Full name||Christian Mate Pulisic|
|Position||Attacking midfielder, winger|
|Years active (national career)||2016 – present|
|Date of birth||September 18, 1998|
|National team||United States|
|Parents||Kelley Pulisic (mother) Mark Pulisic (father)|
Christian Pulisic Early Soccer Career
Christian began his soccer career at a U17 tournament in Florida in 2013 when he played opposite Brazil. He scored a goal and led the team to a 4-1 win. Pulisic later moved to Germany where Borussia Dortmund signed him for their U17 squad. After a glorious performance, Pulisic was called to join the first team over winter break. In his second year with the club, Pulisic became the youngest football player form Dortmund to ever play in the UEFA Champions League. In 2019, he signed with Premier League club Chelsea for an estimated £58 million transfer fee.
Pulisic made his Premier League debut for Chelsea in the safe year but the team faced a 0–4 defeat against Manchester United. Pulisic’s first goal with the Chelsea came later in October the same year where he not just scored goals but completed a perfect hat-trick in a 4–2 away win against Burnley. In the 2020 FA Cup Final against Arsenal, Pulisic scored the opening goal only after five minutes to become the first American player to score in the final of the competition.
International Career of Christian Pulisic
Pulisic represented the United States in Under-15 team and scored two goals in 10 appearances. He was also a part of Under-17 team and captained the U-17 team at the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup. In the tournament he also scored a goal and assisted in three other games. Pulisic made his debut in the senior team in 2016 and became the youngest American to play in a World Cup qualifier. In 2018, he became the youngest player (20 years and 63 days) to captain the United States national team against Italy. In 2019, he became the youngest United States player to score 10 international goals (20 years and 189 days).
FIFA & Christian Pulisic
In a critical 2022 FIFA World Cup match between United States and Wales, Christian Pulisic played a major role in scoring the one and only goal of the US. With this goal, the United Sates was able to finish the match with a draw.
The United States dominated possession throughout the first half and Christian Pulisic served as the creative engine of the team’s attack. Josh Sargent kept a hold of a bouncing ball and laid it off for Pulisic, who had a wide-open lane. Pulisic then pierced through the center of the field, carrying the ball past multiple Welsh defenders and threaded a pass between two defenders and to Tim Weah. Weah also showed an amazing performance and scored with just one touch. With this goal US made a lead by 1-0. The Wales later led the match to a draw by scoring a goal thus making the score 1-1.