Marc Albrighton

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Picture of the 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) tall English left midfielder  of Leicester City

BirthdateNovember 18th, 1989
BirthplaceTamworth, England
Length1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
TeamLeicester City
Positionleft midfielder
TraitsEarly Crosser

Albrighton Salary & Net Worth Revealed

How much does he earn?

In January 2019 the left midfielder signed a contract with Leicester City that nets him a whopping salary of 2.7 Million Euro (2.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €7,377 (£6,279) per day and €307 (£262) per hour!

Per year€2,700,000£2,297,968
Per month€225,000£191,497
Per week€54,878£46,707
Per day€7,377£6,279
Per hour€307£262
Per minute€5.12£4.36
Per second€0.09£0.07

Since you've been viewing this page, Marc Albrighton has earned...

Wow! This means the average man in the UK needs to work for at least 6.4 years to earn the same as Al earns in only 1 month.

Leicester City Salary Overview 20-21
The salary of the English left midfielder compared to his Leicester City teammates

Net Worth & Market Value
Net Worth17 Million Euro (14.5 Million Pound)
Market Value10.6 Million Euro (9 Million Pound)
The Englishman has played a decade of professional football with his early years spent at Aston Villa and then later on at Leicester City conjuring up a net worth close to €17 million (£14.5 million). His market value in today's climate would be somewhere around €10.6 million (£9 million).

Albrighton Tattoo - Does he have one?

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Marc  Albrighton tattoo, the English number 11 from Tamworth, England
The winger has tattoos on either side of his chest, from what we can make out there's a quote, a couple of hand prints and a few birds. (Image:

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

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Marc Albrighton Wife - Chloe Fulford
Picture of his Wife, who goes by the name Chloe Fulford.
Chloe Fulford has been involved in a lot of anti-terrorism campaigns, she tragically lost her mother to terrorist bombings in Tunisia in 2015. (Image:

Marc Albrighton Wife - Chloe Fulford
Picture of his Wife, who goes by the name Chloe Fulford.
The couple tied the knot in June 2016 after many years together. (Image:

Family - Get to know them

Daughter - Matilde Lea
Picture of Marc  Albrighton Daughter, called Matilde Lea
The midfielder and his partner have two daughters together, Matilde is their first born. (Image: Twitter)

Albrighton Car - What does he drive?

Ranger Rover
Picture of his Ranger Rover   car
The midfielder looks really with happy his wheels and we don't see any reason why he shouldn't be. (Image: Instagram)

House - Where does he live?

Location: Leicester, England
House of the English number 11, located in Leicester, England
Chloe and her children at home, with both daughters wearing daddy's jersey, so where's yours mommy? (Image: Twitter)


Born in Tamworth, Staffordshire, England, the midfielder started his career at local side Mile Oak Monarchs, at the age of eight he was offered a trial with West Bromwich Albion, after being rejected by Albion he consequently signed for their local rivals Aston Villa in 1998. After coming up through the ranks and impressing with the under-18 squad and the reserves the midfielder was called up to the first team in July 2008 but had to wait for his competitive debut which came in a UEFA Cup match against CSKA Moscow in February 2009. He made his Premier League debut in the opening day of the 2009/10 season against Wigan Athletic at Villa Park. He became a first team regular in the 2010/11 season, making 33 appearances in all competitions with 6 goals to his name. He would continue to build with similar displays the following season registering 2 goals and 2 assists in 26 Premier League games. The next couple of years would not be kind to the midfielder, losing form and a lack of first team opportunities led to an unsuccessful loan spell at Wigan Athletic, his parent club decided to release him from his contract upon his return as Villa suffered relegation. In May 2014 the Englishman joined Leicester City on a a four year contract. He struggled to break in to the first team in his first season with The Foxes and narrowly escaped relegation as Leicester finished 14th in the table. The 2015/16 season will live long in the memory, under new manager Claudio Ranieri the Englishman enjoyed a new lease of life featuring in every (38) league game, he contributed 2 goals and 7 assists as a part of a team which made the impossible dream possible by winning the Premier League title, the clubs first ever in its history. The midfielder became a mainstay of the Leicester City first team playing in 67 out of 76 Premier League games over the next couple of seasons.

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