Sergio Ramos Net Worth: Salary, Cars & Contracts

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Sergio Ramos Garcia is a professional soccer player from Spain who is a center-back for the Spain national team and Ligue 1 team Paris Saint-Germain. Sergio Ramos net worth has been estimated at $80 million.

He is 38 years old professional soccer player. He is the captain of both Real Madrid and Spain’s national teams.

Ramos initially started his career as a right-back, but now he is one of the best defenders in the soccer world. 

Ramos went from not reaching the UCL quarterfinals until 25 to winning the Champions League four times. 

Sergio Ramos Is Spain All-Time Leading Appearance Holder (Source: Twitter)
Sergio Ramos Is Spain’s All-Time Leading Appearance Holder (Source: Twitter)

Likewise, Ramos has won two UEFA Euros and one World Cup representing the national team.

Off-field Sergio Ramos is the UNICEF ambassador of his country. And he likes to spend his money on cars and horses. 

Paris Saint-Germain center-back Sergio Ramos wants to extend his contract with the club beyond 2023 in 2022.

Let’s look at quick facts.

Quick Facts | Sergio Ramos

Name Sergio Ramos Garcia 
Date of Birth 30th March 1986
Birth Place Camas, Spain
Nick Name Cuqui
Age 38 Years Old
Gender Male
Religion Christianity
Nationality Spanish
Ethnicity White
Horoscope Aries
Profession Professional Soccer Player
Height 6 feet (1.84m) (184 cm)
Weight 82 Kg (180 lbs)
Body Mass Index (BMI) 24.4
Body Measurement 42 inches (Chest), Waist (32.5 inches), Arms (14.5 inches)
Build Athletic
Hair Color Light Brown
Eye Color Dark Brown
Tattoo No
School Unavailable
Father Name Jose Maria Ramos
Mother Name Paqui Ramos
Siblings Rene Ramos (Brother), Miriam Ramos (Sister)
Relationship Married (2019)
Wife Pilar Rubio (Spanish TV Presenter )
Ex-Girlfriends Elisabeth Reyes, Carolina Martinez, Nereida Gallardo, Amaia Salamanca, And Lara Alvarez 
Kids Sergio Jr, Marco, Alejanfro And Maximo Adriano (Son)
Preferred Foot Right
Playing Position Forward
Agent  Rene Ramos
Professional Debut 1st February 2004
Team Real Madrid
Previous Clubs Sevilla
Salary £312000 Per Week ($384898)
Net Worth $80 Million
Transfer Market Value €6 Million ($6,391,035)
Shoe Adidas
Social media InstagramTwitterFacebook, Youtube
Jersey Number 4 (Club), 15 (Country)
International Honors 2010 FIFA World Cup (winner), UEFA Euro 2008, And 2012 (winner)
Merch Jersey, Shirt, Signed Nike Cleat
Last Update July, 2024

Sergio Ramos | Salary And Endorsement 


Sergio Ramos earns £312k per week ($384k) at Real Madrid. However, his contract is set to expire at the season’s end.

But he will take a wage cut to stay on the Madrid side.

Real Madrid skipper’s present one-year contract expansion was also signed with a pay cut in 2020. 

Although there was speculation of Ramos joining Manchester United, he agreed to a 4-year contract extension in 2015. 

Ramos has earned £122 million ($151 million) from his professional soccer career. 

According to various online sources, the estimated net worth of Sergio Ramos is $80 million. 

Sergio Ramos’s transfer market value is €6 million ($6.4 million). However, in 2018 his market value peaked at the highest, €50.00 million ($53.2 million). But since then.


Sergio Ramos is capitalizing on his soccer success off the pitch. He has attracted interest from some major brands across the world. 

Ramos is also an ambassador of the German luxury fashion company Hugo Boss. He has been a model in brands’ various advertisement campaigns.

Ramos is also seen wearing a Hugo Boss suit while entering the stadium.

Sergio Ramos launches Hugo Boss in Madrid.
Sergio Ramos Launches Hugo Boss In Madrid (Source: Pinterest)

In 2020, Sergio Ramos signed with Adidas, also Real Madrid’s official kit supplier. Currently, he wears Adidas Copa 20.1 boots. 

He also had contract talks with Puma and New Balance after Nike offered him fewer contracts. 

Ramos has always been wearing Nike since his professional debut. In 2017, his first signature shoe Sergio Ramos Tiempo 7, was released. 

The ex-Real Madrid player is also a brand ambassador of Pepsi. He was featured in the Pepsi Squad campaign during the 2014 World Cup.

Sergio is also the face of Gatorade. He has been featured in many ad campaigns to promote their energy drinks. 

In 2019, Ramos tied a sponsorship deal with Budweiser. The company used Ramos’s tattoos to narrate a story of “greatness” for his successful soccer career.

Budweiser released Ramos’s tattoo buds in a limited edition.

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Sergio Ramos Net Worth In Different Currencies

Here is Sergio Ramos’s Net Worth in different currencies, including the Pound and the Australian Dollar.

Currency Net Worth
Euro 68,970,800 
Pound Sterling £58,202,992 
Australian Dollar A$107,846,880 
Canadian Dollar C$99,018,400 
Indian Rupee 6,002,800,000 
BitCoin ฿1,319 

Sergio Ramos | Lifestyle

Ramos describes himself as a family guy. He is close to his parents, siblings, wife, and children.

During season breaks, Ramos spends most of his time with family members enjoying vacations in different locations. 

He has already been to Croatia, Costa Rica, Egypt, and Italy to spend their family holiday.

Ramos is married to Pilar Rubio Fernández, a Spanish reporter and TV presenter. 

The couple got married in 2019 and has been married ever since.

Ramos mentions he can’t do anything without music. He needs music while traveling, training, and celebrating. Ramos also describes music as his partner. 

Ramos has a passion for horses. He has also built an 44 hectares SR4 stud farm at Bollullos de la Mitacion and has around 70 racing horses. 

Ramos horse Yucatan even won SICAB World Championship in 2018. 


Spain’s skipper is a huge fan of cars. Moreover, he has an impressive car collection worth more than $2.5 million.

One of his preferred cars is Audi. He has around 6 Audi in his garage. 

Sergio Ramos with his new Audi car
Sergio Ramos Net Worth With His New Audi Car (Source: Pinterest)

The first is the Audi Sportback, a sports style with a top speed of 250 km/h. Likewise, another is Audi A6 Avant which is a sports car and has hybrid technology.

The Audi car that Ramos owns is the Audi R8 Spyder, with a price tag of £118,455 ($144539) and a top speed of 203.8 mph. 

“Classic Cars Never Die”

Furthermore, Sergio Ramos chose  Audi A8 50 RDI Quattro Tiptronic, worth €101,325 ($123637), as a car sponsor for Real Madrid. 

In 2018 as an early birthday gift, Ramos was gifted personalized Fiat 600 by his brother Rene. Ramos also wrote, “Classic cars never die,” and thanked his brother on his social media accounts.

His other amazing car is the Mercedes AMG G 63, costing £145,000 ($176929). Moreover, he has Mercedes in both black and white color. 

Ramos also has 3 Porsche cars in his collection. In January 2013, he bought a Porsche 911 Carrera S for £142,000. Later in May, he added Porsche 977 Turbo S to his garage. 

Both cars have similar features, with the capability of reaching 0-60 in around 2.6 seconds. 

Likewise, Ramos recently turned up in his new Porsche 911 Turbo for the training session. The 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo has 580 horsepower, valued at around £171k ($182k).

In Spain, Ramos has been jokingly called James Bond after purchasing Aston Martin DBS V12. 

Sergio Ramos Documentary 

In January 2019, Ramos partnered with Amazon prime to release 8 episode documentary series called El Corazón de Sergio Ramos (The Heart of Sergio Ramos). 

Moreover, it was the first time the public saw Ramos’ personal life on and off the soccer pitch. 

Later, due to the success of his first documentary, Ramos announced they would again release another documentary through social media handles.

His second documentary will be Corazón de Sergio Ramos (The Heart of Sergio Ramos), highlighting Ramos’s career-best moments.

Moreover, it is expected to release in June 2021 worldwide, having already been released in Spain in April 2021. It has a total of six episodes. 

Sergio Ramos | Club Career

Ramos started his professional career in the 2004-05 season for Sevilla. Later, he was bought by Real Madrid after his impressive La Liga debut season for €27 million ($28.6 million).

However, his first 4 years at Real Madrid didn’t turn out great. He was deployed mainly as a defensive mid or center-back. Later he was promoted to fill the right-back position.

In the 2009-10 season, Ramos was selected among Madrid’s 4 captains; due to Casillas’s injury. He played the 200th career game for Los Blancos against Villarreal. 

In 2010 Real Madrid’s 5–0 loss at Barcelona, Ramos was sent off after kicking Lionel Messi from behind, pushing Carles Puyol, and he equaled his ten red cards record with Fernando Hierro’s. On 20 April 2011, Ramos started in the season’s Copa del Rey final, a 1–0 win against Barcelona in Valencia.

He extended his contract with Real Madrid until 2017 on 12 July 2011. He missed his penalty shootout attempt in the Champions League semi-final second leg against Bayern Munich, consequently losing the match on April 25.

However, with his team, Sergio secured the league campaign after a four-year wait, with a record of 100 points, where he was the player with the most balls.

After 2012

On January 9, 2013, Ramos was sent off after receiving a second yellow card during a match against Celts Vigo in the 2012-13 Copa del Rey. Eventually, Ramos was suspended for 4 matches since he insulted referee Miguel Angel Ayza Gamez.

After returning from his 4-match suspension the following month, he again received two yellow cards within one minute, taking his red card tally with Real Madrid alone to 16 and 12 in the league.

After Casillas’ injury and absence from the playing eleven, Ramos was assigned the role of captain. Real Madrid won back-to-back games over Barcelona in four days under his captaincy.

Ramos started the 2014–15 season by playing the full 90 minutes in a 2–0 win against Sevilla for the UEFA Super Cup. Ramos scored his 50th Real Madrid goal on 8 November 2014 against Rayo Vallecano.

As Real Madrid won the tournament in Morocco. He scored in both the semi-final and the final of the 2014 FIFA Club World Cup and was voted the Player of the Match.
Ramos ended up winning the Golden Ball.

He agreed on a five-year contract with Real Madrid from August 2015 until 2020. Ramos captained Madrid to a 10–2 victory over Rayo Vallecano, the club’s highest-scoring La Liga victory in 55 years.


After Casillas left Madrid, Ramos was named club captain. Later, in the 2016 Champions League final, he again scored in the final against Atletico Madrid. Later, his side won the match in a penalty shootout by 5-3.

Ramos scored a double-digit goal in the 2016-17 season for the first time in his career. 

Furthermore, under Ramos’s captaincy, the club completed the first LA Liga and UCL doubles for the first time since 1957-58. 

Next season, Ramos led Real Madrid to the first ever 3 successive Champions League triumph in UCL history. 

On 20th October 2018, Ramos played 400th La Liga for Real Madrid. Later, Ramos became the first captain to lift 3 consecutive FIFA Club World Cups.

On 9th January 2019, Ramos scored a penalty against Leganes to reach his 100th goal.

In the 2018-19 season, Ramos broke his personal best scoring season registering 11 goals.

However, he scored 13 goals the next season, including 11 in the league. Later he won his 5th La Liga title for Madrid. 

In June 2021, Ramos decided to leave the Madrid club after 16 years. The soccer player signed a two-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain in a free transfer for a $6.3 million yearly salary.

Paris Saint-Germain center-back Sergio Ramos wants to extend his contract with the club beyond 2023 in 2022 and hopes to play beyond his 40th birthday.

Sergio Ramos Net Worth | Charity

In 2014, Sergio Ramos was appointed as UNICEF Spain’s ambassador during a youth event in Curitiba. He has been actively involved in UNICEF programs and events.

Even before being named ambassador, Spanish had been working with UNICEF since 2007. 

Ramos made a field visit to Senegal after the World Cup victory in South Africa. 

He played in the Champions of Africa and Champions of Life solidarity games. Likewise, he also visited children’s survival campaigns and donated personal items to collect funds.

Likewise, in 2015, Ramos spent his holidays in Cuba for the UNICEF projects. He played soccer matches with children, signed autographs, and visited the school.

Using His Stardom In The Right Place

Similarly, in 2017 Ramos visited Peru to work to visit flood-affected families and children. 

Furthermore, in 2017 Ramos donated £85k (104k)  before the game against Napoli to Red Cross to help land mines victims in Afghanistan. 

In 2019, Ramos helped raise $1.5 million daily for UNICEF charity. The money was provided by Gates Foundation, which provided $1 for every penny he gets on his Instagram post. 

Later, the money was used to purchase 14 million measles vaccines from UNICEF.


Sergio Ramos was among the soccer players who contributed considerably during the Covid 19 pandemic. 

In March 2020, Ramos donated 2,64,571 masks, 15000 test kits, and 1,000 pieces of personal protection equipment to fight Covid 19 pandemic in India. 

Likewise, he also donated an undisclosed amount to the La Liga festival, which raised about €600,000 ($732123). 

On his social media, Ramos recently expressed his concern about the Covid-19 crisis. He also shared the UNICEF link to donate money to help severely affected India. 

Sergio Ramos | The Search Graph

The popularity graph of Sergio is hiked illustrates his popularity.

Sergio Ramos, The search Graph (Source: Google Trend)
Sergio Ramos, The search Graph (Source: Google Trend)

And it’s peaking even more as time passes.


  • During his childhood, Ramos aimed to become a bullfighter and never practiced soccer. But, his parents were persuaded, considering it a dangerous sport. Later, his brother encouraged him to try soccer.  
  • When the word red card comes, one name definitely pops up in everyone’s mind: Sergio Ramos. Ramos holds the record highest number of red cards in Laliga history with 26. He also has the record for the most yellow card in Champions League history with 40.
  • Sergio Ramos is the most capped soccer player in his country and the youngest European player to reach 100 caps. Likewise, he is the top 10 scorer for Spain. But he has not scored for Spain in major tournaments. 
  • Sergio Ramos adopted Hierro’s jersey number 4 at Real Madrid. However, for Spain, he has only worn the number 15. 


  • “I think about those who supported me and put up with me, including my wife, my children, my parents, and all Madridistas.”

  • “Being the captain is a great privilege and a responsibility to lead a great group with different cultures.”

  • “I wake up every day with a smile, and in that sense, I feel the same as I did when I arrived at Real Madrid in 2005.”

Sergio Ramos Net Worth | FAQs

What is the salary of Sergio Ramos?

Sergio Ramos is the second-highest player in the Real Madrid squad. Moreover, he earns £338k ($412k)  per week. 

Furthermore, his current contract expires on 30th June 2021. Likewise, he has earned £122,668,000 ($149680106) to date from his playing career. 

Which shoes does Sergio Ramos wear?

In September 2020, Ramos signed a shoe deal with Adidas ending his 10 years tenure with Nike. 

What is Sergio Ramos’s Haircut Called?

Sergio Haircut is popularly known as Quiff. This haircut is suitable for athletes, businessmen, and basically any man.

What is the Height and Weight of Sergio Ramos?

The professional soccer player has a height of 1.84 m. Similarly, he weighs around 180 lbs with a proper diet plan and daily workouts.

What is Sergio Ramos’s Spain Jersey Number?

Ramos is a professional soccer player, and according to the sources, he wears Jersey number 15 for Spain.

Which is the New Club Ramos Currently Affiliate With?

After leaving Real Madrid (2005-2021), Ramos signed a two-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain.

Sanjib Sah
Sanjib Sah
Sanjib Sah is an engineer and content writer passionate about sports and athletics. With a background in engineering and a love for all things active, Sanjib brings a unique perspective to the world of sports writing. Whether he is covering the latest trends in sports technology or sharing tips on improving your game, Sanjib's words are always rooted in a deep appreciation for players' hard work and dedication everywhere. In his free time, you can find him hitting the courts or hitting the trails, always looking for new ways to challenge himself and improve his skills.

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