Bundesliga: Player Salaries (All Teams)

Bundesliga have been one of the highest paying leagues in Europe for many years now. With that said, the pay gap is huge between the teams. As you can see below, Bayern Münich is the highest paying club right now and DSC Arminia Bielefeld.

The average player salary in the Bundesliga is €1,624,488/year and the average yearly wage bill for all players in a team is €45,812,888.

Below is a breakdown of the average player salary for each team in the Bundesliga

TeamAverage Annual SalaryYearly Wage Bill
1. Bayern Münich€6,693,333€180,720,000
2. Borussia Dortmund€3,748,370€101,206,000
3. Bayer 04 Leverkusen€2,932,174€67,440,000
4. VfL Wolfsburg€2,151,592€58,093,000
5. RB Leipzig€1,859,677€57,650,000
6. Borussia Mönchengladbach€1,637,655€47,492,000
7. Schalke 04€1,590,083€42,932,250
8. TSG Hoffenheim€1,400,258€43,408,000
9. Hertha BSC€1,196,558€31,110,500
10. Eintracht Frankfurt€1,141,968€36,543,000
11. FC Köln€1,050,089€29,402,000
12. SV Werder Bremen€1,011,192€26,291,000
13. FC Augsburg€746,785€20,910,000
14. VfB Stuttgart€688,575€22,723,000
15. FSV Mainz 05€688,333€20,650,000
16. 1. FC Union Berlin€599,666€16,191,000
17. SC Freiburg€511,529€13,814,000
18. DSC Arminia Bielefeld€287,767€8,057,500

Click on a team name to read more about each player salaries in that specific team.

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