Thomas Müller

In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Thomas Müller: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the German centre forward lives in and also have a look at his cars!


BirthdateSeptember 13th, 1989
BirthplaceWeilheim, Germany
Length1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
TeamBayern Munich
Positioncentre forward

Müller Salary & Net Worth Revealed

Salary 2021

How much does he earn?

In December 2015 the centre forward signed a contract with Bayern Munich that nets him a whopping salary of 15 Million Euro (13 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €74,360 (£64,232) per day and €3,098 (£2,676) per hour!

Per year€15,000,000£13,043,478
Per month€1,250,000£1,086,957
Per week€288,462£250,836
Per day€41,096£35,736
Per hour€1,711£1,488
Per minute€29£25

Since you've been viewing this page, Thomas Müller has earned...

This means the average man needs to work for at least 36.0 years to earn the same as Ramdeuter earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value

Net Worth:125 Million Euro (109 Million Pound)
Market Value:35 Million Euro (30 Million Pound)
The German forward is product of the Bayern Munich youth academy and has gone on to represent the first-team since 2008. The 30-year old has etched his name in Die Roten's history books and has a net worth of €125 million (£109 million). Slowly coming towards the end of his prime years, his market value is estimated to be in the region of €35 million (£30 million).

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

Thomas Müller Wife - Lisa

Lisa loves horses. Mrs. Müller took up the sport of equestrianism in her early years and has won numerous semi-professional competitions.
Thomas Müller Wife - Lisa

Man and Wife. The gorgeous German couple met when they were teenagers and Tommy proposed to his beloved on Christmas eve 2009. The pair were married the following year!

Family - Get to know them

Mother - Klaudia

Picture of Thomas  Müller Mother, called Klaudia
Source: Bild

Tommy's parents Klaudia and Gerhard travelled to Brazil to cheer on their son in Germany's quest to lift the FIFA World Cup. The couple were not disappointed as Die Mannschaft were crowned World Champions!

Müller Tattoo - Does he have one?

Thomas  Müller tattoo, the German number 25 from Weilheim, Germany
Source: Twitter

Let the celebrations commence! The Bayern Munich dressing room erupt in wild roistering after Die Roten sealed another Bundesliga title. Among the champagne, sweat and laughter, it is clear to see that there are no tattoos present on Tommy's skin.
Check out our Top 30 Crazy And Ugly Premier League Players Tattoos

House - Where does he live?

Location: Pähl, Germany

House of the German number 25, located in Pähl, Germany
Source: Instagram

The Bayern Munich forward hails from the Bavarian village of Pähl. He is more of a country boy and loves living far from the madding crowd. A photograph of Tommy, Micky and Murmel enjoying the sunshine and fresh country air.
Location: Munich, Germany

House of the German number 25, located in Munich, Germany
Source: Twitter

Tommy is a footballer by profession and that does require him to stay in the city! FC Bayern try their best to make up for the loss of country side charms with birthday presents and the lot.

Müller Car - What does he drive?

Audi S5

Picture of his Audi S5   car
Source: Instagram

The German forward has established himself as a Bayern Munich legend over his decade long career with the Bavarian giants. Nowadays, he is allowed to enjoy the perks that come with it. A fancy automobile is just the tip of the iceberg.

Player Bio

Born in Weilheim, Germany, his youth career is split between his village club TSV Pähl and FC Bayern Munich, whom he joined at the age of 10. The lanky German forward made an unimpressive start to his Bayern career, notching 5 appearances in his debut season. The following season, however, his fortunes would take a sudden and sharp turn. On 12 September 2009, the forward came off the bench and scored twice to give Bayern Munich a 5-1 victory over rivals Borussia Dortmund; three days later, he would repeat the feat in a 3-0 win over Maccabi Haifa int he UEFA Champions League. The enigmatic forward, featured in 34 Bundesliga games and totalled 24 goals and assists as the Bavarian giants were crowned Bundesliga champions. The 2009/10 season was brought to a near perfect conclusion as Bayern demolished Werder Bremen 4-0 to seal the DFB-Pokal, but lost out in the UEFA Champions League final to Internazionale. Over the course of his decade long tenure with Die Roten, he has played close to 500 games, scored 186 goals and provided 173 assists. A certified Bayern Munich legend, he was instrumental in the club’s historic treble win of Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal and UEFA Champions League in the 2012/13 campaign. On the international stage he has been capped 100 times by Germany. The forward has appeared in three editions of the FIFA World Cup. He won the ‘Golden Boot’ and ‘Best Young Player’ award in the 2010 edition; and the 'Silver Boot’ & ‘Silver Ball’ in the 2014 edition as Die Mannschaft were crowned World Champions in Brazil.

Mickaël Cuisance

Kingsley Coman