Huddersfield Town FC Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Huddersfield Town FC Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Huddersfield Town FC Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Huddersfield Town FC Players Salaries 2017? Salaries of players of Huddersfield Town FC? Which Huddersfield Town FC players are the highest paid? Have you ever thought of finding out the list of Huddersfield Town FC player salaries? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the Huddersfield Town FC  Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages) and the full details about Huddersfield Town FC  players contracts.

Huddersfield Football Club is a Premier League club based in the midlands of England. They got promoted to the league in 2017 and therefore are new to the Premier League. They have never been in the league before. The club were promoted after winning the playoffs at the end of the 2016/17 Championship season, beating Reading on penalties at Wembley.

Huddersfield Town FC Information 2017

Huddersfield Town’s nicknames are The Terriers. Bill Brooke introduced the nickname in the 1969/70 season. He acknowledged the terrier-like qualities of fitness and tenacity of Ian Greaves’ (the manager at the time) young side.

The rivals of Huddersfield are other local midlands teams such as Leeds United, Oldham Athletic and Bradford City. Huddersfield Town FC pride themselves on saying that they are currently doing better than all of their rivals. They’re the only Premier League club in that list of teams.

The top level of English football is where Huddersfield Football Club plays. Huddersfield were a relatively unknown club just a few years ago, but they are building a bigger fanbase and reputation. Their home ground is known as Kirklees Stadium. 

They have been playing at this stadium since 1994. There is a 24,500 seat capacity, which is relatively small for a Premier League side. Maybe they will look to expand their stadium soon if they can sustain their Premier League status.

Huddersfield Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

The manager of Huddersfield Town FC is the German David Wagner, who has also been manager of Borussia Dortmund II in the past. He has been in charge at Kirklees Stadium since 2015, and has had many ups and downs with the club. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is also known as a good friend of his. The pair knew each other during their playing time together at German club Mainz and also during the time where they worked at Borussia Dortmund together.

In 2017, Huddersfield made some interesting signings. As a newly-promoted side, their aim was to try and survive their first season back in the Premier League. In order to do this, they made several signings. They signed Steve Mounie from Montpellier and Aaron Mooy from Manchester City, both for bigger price tags than the club is used to paying.

Huddersfield’s 2017 Summer Signings: 

Who did Huddersfield sign in the summer of 2017? Huddersfield spent £36.65million on transfer so far this summer and brought in 8 new players. Some of these are:

  1. Steve Mounie – Montpellier – £11.05million
  2. Aaron Mooy – Manchester City – £8.19million
  3. Tom Ince – Derby County – £8.19million

Huddersfield highest paid player 2017

Who is the highest paid Huddersfield Player? Huddersfield Town FC have kept their wage payouts quite low, as they capped their wages at £10k per week.

Things You Need To Know About Huddersfield:

  • The current Huddersfield team is the most expensive in their history

Huddersfieldplayer salaries per week 2016-17 (full squad contracts)

Steve Mounie salery per week? Aaron Mooy salery per week? Tom Ince salery per week? Here are the full salaries for Huddersfield players:

Players NamePositionCountryWeekly Wage
Jonas LosslGoalkeeperDenmark£5,000
Joel ColemanGoalkeeperEngland£4,000
Christopher SchindlerDefenderGermany£10,000
Michael HefeleDefenderGermany£10,000
Chris LoweDefenderGermany£7,000
Scott MaloneDefenderEngland£7,000
Tom Smith (c)DefenderEngland£10,000
Danny WilliamsMidfielderUSA£7,500
Aaron MooyMidfielderAustralia£9,000
Jonathan HoggMidfielderEngland£7,500
Philip BilingMidfielderDenmark£3,000
Dean WhiteheadMidfielderEngland£3,000
Kasey PalmerMidfielderEngland£2,000
Tom InceForwardEngland£10,000
Rajiv van La ParraForwardNetherlands£8,000
Sean ScannellForwardIreland£7,000
Steve MounieForwardBenin£10,000
Nakhi WellsForwardBermuda£6,000
Elias KachungaForwardCongo DR£7,000
Laurent DepoirteForwardBelgium£8,000

As you can see, the wages aren’t that high as they haven’t had the financial input from the Premier League for a very long time. They will look to bring in better players this summer, perhaps on higher wages, as they look to continually sustain their PL status.

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