- Date of Birth
- Age 48 Years Old
- Famous Name Chris Armas
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Chris Armas
- Birth Place Bronx, New York, United States
- Famous Name Chris Armas
- Net Worth $15 million
- Salary $2 million
- Position in Team head coach
- Current team new York Red Bulls
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity Mixed
- Profession soccer head coach
- Started career as soccer player
- University attended Adelphi University
- Married to justine
- Children sons named Christopher and Aleksei
Chris Armas is the current head coach of the New York Red Bulls of the Major League Soccer (MLS). He also played soccer for the Los Angeles Galaxy of the Major League Soccer, Puerto Rican national soccer team, and United Staes national soccer team.
Chris Armas played soccer for over a decade and his net worth is estimated at around $15 million.
Is Chris Armas Married or Single? Know about his Spouse and Children
Chris Armas exchanged the vows with his girlfriend Justine in a lavish wedding ceremony which was attended by his friends and relatives. As per some of the sources, Chris dated his girlfriend for several years before getting married.
Armas and his spouse are blessed with two sons named Christopher and Aleksei who are currently living with them. The couple seems to be enjoying their married life as they haven't reported any disputes regarding their marital affair and there are no signs of divorce yet.
In addition to this, there are no facts available which put light on his past relationships. Besides his coaching career, he is also a physical education teacher at the St. Anthony's High School.
Chris Armas Body Measurements
The 46 years old former soccer player and the current head coach has a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 meters) tall and weighs about 150 lbs(68 kg).
How Much Is Chris Armas Salary and Net Worth? Know about his Personal Assets
As we all know the professional soccer coaches are highly paid in the Major League Soccer and Chris Armas is also among them. So it is quite common that his net worth is estimated at over $15 million as of 2019. He also earned a decent amount from his playing career as well.
He was in soccer-playing career for quite a long time so his earnings from playing career are estimated above $15 million. He received a salary of around $225,000 in 2007 when he was playing for the Chicago Fire and was the second-highest-paid player of the team at that time.
Armas might have earned a decent amount from endorsements during his playing career. After ending his playing career, he began his coaching career from which he made a nice amount of money. The average salary of the Major League coaches is between $500,000 to millions of dollars.
As of 2019, his annual salary might be around $2 million as he is the head coach of one of the reputed MLS team. He signed his contract with the Bulls in 2018 but the exact figure of the contract amount is still under review. As per the sources, his contract amount is projected over millions of dollars.
In addition to this, there aren't any facts disclosed available from which his personal assets can be guessed as he is supposed to own several personal assets like cars and houses.
Chris Armas Childhood, Parents, and Early Life
Chris Armas was born on August 27, 1972, in Bronx, New York, the U.S. He holds American nationality and belongs to the mixed ethnic group. During his childhood, he was supported by his parents to play soccer. He spent his early life in the Long Island suburbs.
He is of Puerto Rican descent. At the beginning of his college career, he attended the Adelphi University and played for the University team.
Chris Armas Professional Career
Chris Armas began his professional soccer playing career with the Los Angeles Galaxy of the Majo League Soccer (MLS) in 1996. He was drafted by the Galaxy team in the 1996 Major League Soccer Supplement Draft. Moreover, he also played for Chicago Fire for a long time and he ended his playing career with the Fire.
He was awarded several awards and some of his awards are
- MLS Comeback Player of the Year. 2003,
- 2000 U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year
- Four times MLS Best XI
He announced his retirement on November 13, 2007. besides MLS, he also played for the Puerto Rican national soccer team as well as for the United States national soccer team. He participated in 2002, 1998, and 2006 FIFA World Cup.
Currently, he is serving as the head coach of the New York Red Bulls of the Major League Soccer and was promoted on July 6, 2018. Some of his players who are trained by him include Aaron Long. Further biographies of the MLS players are available at Playerswiki.com.