Owen Farrell – salary and net worth: England flyhalf accumulates considerate wealth

Owen Farrell, born in Wigan on the 21st of September 1991, is one of the greatest England players of all time and his country’s highest points scorer with over 1,200 during an 11-year international career.

Owen Farrell salary
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Since making his England debut in 2012, Farrell has won three Six Nations titles, been on three Lions tours and been a Rugby World Cup runner-up and bronze medal winner.

The Saracens flyhalf also boasts over 2,600 points, six Premiership titles and three European Champions Cups in 237 appearances at club level, throughout a Saracens career which has spanned 15 seasons so far.

So it would stand to reason that a man with such a prestigious reputation, many accolades and incredible longevity and consistency in his craft would have accumulated considerable wealth, right?

Though rugby is not known as a wealthy sport, Owen Farrell is one of the more wealthy rugby players, owing to the above factors. So let’s delve deep into Owen Farrell’s salary and decipher what exactly his net worth is.

Owen Farrell salary

Farrell is the joint-highest earner at Saracens along with England teammate Maro Itoje, earning a reported wage of £800,000 a year. He last signed a contract extension at the club in 2020 which is due to run out after the 2023/24 season.

The flyhalf has frequently turned down the opportunity to earn more money abroad, in countries such as France, Japan and the USA, to play for the club that brought him up as an academy graduate. However, he may choose this option at the end of his current contract, now aged 32.

Owen Farrell net worth

Adding together his Saracens salary, England salary, total match and tournament earnings, brand deals, including an endorsement from the bank, Investec and other assets, Owen Farrell is reportedly worth a staggering $1.5 million.

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