Awer Mabil

by John Max 27 Jan,2022
Awer Mabil
Personal Info
  • Famous Name Awer Mabil
  • Country Kenya KE
Facts
  • Birth Name Awer Bul Mabil
  • Birth Place Kakuma, Kenya
  • Famous Name Awer Mabil
  • Net Worth $1 million
  • Salary €520,000 per annum
  • Position in Team Winger
  • Current team FC Midtjylland
  • Nationality Australian
  • Ethnicity African
  • Profession Soccer Player
  • Girlfriend Camilla Duelund

Awer Mabil is an Australian professional footballer signed to the FC Midtjylland as a winger. At the international level, he represents the Australian national team and has earned 20 caps with six goals. 

Mabil was born on 15th September 1995 in Kakuma, Kenya to South Sudanese parents. The Mabil family lived in the Kakuma Refugee Camp until 2006 and then relocated to Australia. Mabil is twenty-six years old and stands 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in). 

How Much Is Awer Mabil's Net Worth In 2022? 

Currently playing for FC Midtjylland, his weekly salary is €10,000, €520,000 per annum. 

His current market value is €2 million, last updated on 28th December 2021. His highest market value to date is reported €3 million, recorded on 31st July 2020. 

Besides the club, he also gets compensation for playing for the national team. Another major income source for footballers is endorsements. Mabil is endorsed by Nike. 

As of 2022, his net worth is $1 million. 

Is Awer Mabil Dating?

Camilla Duelund is the girlfriend of Awer Mabil. It's still unknown when they began dating but she was spotted for the first time in Mabil's game in September 2015. 

Awer Awer Mabil and his girlfriend, Camilla Duelund. SOURCE: Instagram @awermabil10

Scrolling through Mabil's Instagram, he has posted only one picture with his girlfriend. On the other hand, his girlfriend often posts his boyfriend. 

Lost His Sister In 2019

In January 2019, Mabil's sister Bor, 19, died in an Adelaide car crash just hours before Mabil and the Socceroos were due to take to the field in the quarter-final of the AFC Asian Cup against UAE.

Mabil said, "The Asian Cup was a mixed memory for me because I was on top of the world representing my country, scoring goals for my country and then all of a sudden, I get the news that I had lost my sister." 

Football Career

Club

Awer Mabil began playing football at the age of five. During his youth, he played for St Augustine, Playford City, SA NTC, and Adelaide United. 

On 11th January 2013, Mabil made his senior debut for Adelaide United in a 2012–13 A-League match against Perth Glory. His first goal came in a 2-1 away loss against Wellington Phoenix in Round 17 of the 2013–14 A-League season, where he entered as a second-half substitute. 

In July 2015, Mabil signed o Danish Superliga club, FC Midtjylland for a reported transfer fee of AU$1,300,000. On 16th October 2015, he made his Danish Superliga debut against Randers FC at the MCH Arena in Herning as an 83rd-minute substitute for Daniel Royer.

On 22nd October 2015, he made his UEFA Europa League debut at home against Napoli, where he entered the match as a 73rd-minute substitute for Mikkel Duelund. 

In August 2016, Mabild was loaned out to  Esbjerg fB. On 8th August 2016, he made his debut for the Esbjerg against AGF but was sent off in the 44th minute.

In July 2017, he was again loaned out but this time to Pacos de Ferreira. He had an impressive stint there, scoring twice and providing a further 3 assists in 26 league appearances for Ferreira. 

After that, Mabil returned to Midtjylland. Upon his comeback, he impressed with a goal and registered two assists in his first six appearances of the season. On 25th November 2021, he scored his first Champions League goal against Ajax from the penalty spot in a 3–1 defeat. 

International 

Mabil has represented his national side in Australia's U20 and U23 levels. 

On 16th October 2018, Mabil made his international debut for Australia in an international friendly match against Kuwait at the Al Kuwait Sports Club Stadium. His national teammates are Mathew Ryan and Ryan McGowan

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