Parma FC Players Salaries 2022

Parma FC Players Salaries 2022

Do you want to know the Parma FC Players Salaries 2022? Who are the top earners at Parma? What do Parma FC athletes make? Have you ever wondered which Parma FC players make the most money? If so, don’t worry; we’ve put together a detailed overview of the Parma FC players’ salary until 2022.

Parma Football Club (previously Parma Associazione Calcio), sometimes known simply as Parma, is an Italian professional football team with its home stadium in Parma, Emilia-Romagna.

After finishing in twelfth place the previous season, Parma will play in Serie A this coming season. The Verdi Foot Ball Club was established in July 1913, but in December of that same year, the name was changed.

Since 1923, Parma has held their home games in the 27,906-seat Stadio Ennio Tardini, also known as as Il Tardini. They go by the moniker Crociati, which translates to “crusaders.”

Information 2022 Parma Calcio 1913

Between 1992 and 2002, the Crociati won eight titles. In the 1996–97 campaign, they came in second place. Three Coppa Italias, a Supercoppa Italiana, two UEFA Cups, a European Super Cup, and a UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup have all been won by the club.

Parma FC Players Salaries 2022
Parma FC Players Salaries 2022

 

The Parmalat affair, in which the former owner of Parma misappropriated millions of dollars, first caused financial issues in 2003, forcing the club to enter controlled administration until January 2007. They were reestablished in Serie D after being declared bankrupt in 2015. However, Parma managed to score a record three straight wins.

Parma FC Players Salaries 2022

Player NameWeekly WageYearly SalaryAgeNationality
Roberto Inglese£41,000£2,132,00029Italy
Franco Vázquez£30,000£1,560,00032Argentina
Dennis Man£30,000£1,560,00022Romania
Luigi Sepe£27,000£1,404,00030Italy
Gianluigi Buffon£27,000£1,404,00043Italy
Danilo£22,000£1,144,00037Brazil
Pasquale Schiattarella£20,000£1,040,00034Italy
Maxime Busi£14,000£728,00021Belgium
Luca Siligardi£14,000£728,00033Italy
Juan Brunetta£13,000£676,00024Argentina
Lautaro Valenti£13,000£676,00022Argentina
Mattia Sprocati£13,000£676,00028Italy
Vincent Laurini£12,000£624,00032France
Stanko Jurić£10,000£520,00024Croatia
Yordan Osorio£10,000£520,00027Venezuela
Elias Cobbaut£9,300£483,60023Belgium
Gennaro Tutino£9,200£478,40024Italy
Simon Sohm£8,000£416,00020Switzerland
Simone Iacoponi£8,000£416,00034Italy
Valentin Mihăilă£8,000£416,00021Romania
Enrico Del Prato£6,300£327,60021Italy
Simone Colombi£5,600£291,20030Italy
Botond Balogh£4,500£234,00019Hungary
Adrià Bernabé£3,500£182,00020Spain
Daan Dierckx£3,400£176,80018Belgium
Woyo Coulibaly£3,400£176,80022France
Félix Correia£3,300£171,60020Portugal
Vasilis Zagaritis£2,500£130,00020Greece
Aliou Traoré£2,500£130,00020France
Adrian Benedyczak£1,070£55,64020Poland

Rival supporters of Parma FC
The club’s biggest competitors in the “Derby dell’Enza” are Reggiana. Along with Bologna, Parma competes in the Derby d’Emilia. With only one domestic championship each, Bologna and Parma are Emilia-most Romagna’s decorated clubs.

Juventus are adversaries, partly because of their previous contests. This covers Parma’s victories in the 1995 UEFA Cup, the first and third Coppa Italias, the 1995 and 2002 Supercoppa Italiana losses, and the 1995 domestic cup final loss to The Old Lady.

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