- Famous Name Billy Gilmour
- Birth Name Billy Clifford Gilmour
- Birth Place Irvine, Scotland
- Famous Name Billy Gilmour
- Father Billy Gilmour Sr
- Mother Carrie Gilmour
- Net Worth $3 Million
- Salary £2,250,000
- Position in Team Midfielder
- Current team Chelsea
- Nationality Scottish
- Profession Soccer Player
Billy Gilmour is a Scottish professional footballer signed to the Premier League side Chelsea as a midfielder. He represented Scotland national team at the international level since 2021 and has earned two caps as of June 2021.
Irvine, Scotland, Billy Gilmour was born on 11th June 2001, under the star sign Gemini. He is the son of Carrie Gilmour and Billy Gilmour Sr., former Royal Navy who played junior football for Ardrossan Winton Rovers. He has a young brother.
How Much Is Billy Gilmour's Net Worth In 2021? Salary, Endorsement, & Market Value
Billy Gilmour is under a 4 year / £9,000,000 contract with the Chelsea F.C., which includes an annual average salary of £2,250,000. This season, he will earn a base salary of £2,250,000 while carrying a cap hit of £2,250,000. He earned £2,250,000 each from the previous two seasons, 2019-20 and the 2020-21.
Further, Billy has an endorsement deal with Adidas and is seen promoting the brand on his socials. His current market value is reported €10 million, reported on 28th May 2021.
As of 2021, Billy Gilmour's net worth is approximately $3 million.
Is Billy Gilmour Dating?
In his early twenties, Billy Gilmour seems to be much focused on his ever-growing football career rather than involving in a romantic relationship. Also, the midfielder has only shared his professional pictures on his IG, where he has 908k followers. No media has discovered any information about his girlfriend.
Football Career (Club & International)
Gilmour enrolled at Stanley Primary School in Ardrossan and Grange Academy in Kilmarnock, a member of the Scottish Football Association Performance School program.
An academy product of Rangers Football Club (2009-2017), Gilmour joined the Chelsea youth system in 2017 following his 16th birthday. On 10th July 2019, he was called for his senior debut in a pre-season friendly against Bohemians in Dublin. In the 2019 UEFA Super Cup against Liverpool, he made his first competitive appearance but was an unused substitute.
On 31st August 2019, he made his Premier League debut against Sheffield United, coming on in the 84th minute for Tammy Abraham. He made his full debut on 25 September, playing the full 90 minutes in a 7–1 EFL Cup win against Grimsby Town.
By February 2020, he was added to the Chelsea first-team squad permanently. Due to the lockdown caused by COVID-19 and a knee injury, he did not appear much for the next six months.
At the international level, Gilmour has represented Scotland U15 (2015-2016), U16 (2016-2017), U17 (2017-2018), U19 (2017-2019), and U21 (2018-). On 2nd June 2021, he made his senior debut for the Scottish national team friendly against the Netherlands, coming off the bench in the 81st minute.
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