Esteban Alvarado

by John Von 18 Feb,2018
Esteban Alvarado
Body Stats
Height 6 Feet 4 Inch
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Esteban Alvarado Brown
  • Birth Place Siquirres, Costa Rica
  • Famous Name Esteban Alvarado
  • Father Unknown
  • Mother Unknown
  • Net Worth Estimated over $800,000
  • Salary He earns around $900,000 as an annual salary from his present club
  • Nationality Costa Rica
  • Currently Working For Trabzonspor
  • Currently Married Unknown
  • Married to Unknown
  • Divorce Unknown
  • Children Unknown
  • Affair with Unknown
  • Girlfriend yes
  • Boyfriend No
  • Religion Unknown
  • Tatto(s) Unknown

Esteban Alvarado is a professional football player, who plays a goalkeeper for the Costa Rica National Football Club and Turkish football club Trabzonspor. He uses jersey number 23 during his presence at the field.

Besides playing for Trabzonspor, he has also played for clubs such as Deportivo Saprissa and Alkmaar Zaanstreek.

He has been part of Costa Rica U-20 squad that reached fourth place in FIFA U-20 FIFA World Cup and played for Costa Rica National Senior Team from 2010.

Esteban Alvarado’s Early Life

Esteban Alvarado of Costarian nationality was born to Costarican parents on 28 April 1989 on Siquirres, Costa Rica. He started his football career from Santos de Guapiles before joining the youth team of Saprissa.

The Costa Rican star has a strong bond with a childhood friend, a famous player, Joel Campbell, with whom he played football during his growing days.

Esteban Alvarado’s Networth

Esteban Alvarado’s present net-worth is reported to be $80 million. As per Feb 2018's data, his annual salary is estimated to be over $ 900,000 that he earns from his current club, Trabzonspor,

His current market value is approximately $930555.

Esteban Alvarado’s Professional Career

Alvarado was transferred to the main team of Saprissa on January 1, 2009. On 29 November 2009, he played his first match for the team against Municipal Liberia.

After making only four appearances and helping the club to win Primera Division de Costa Rica in 2008/2009, he moved to Dutch Eredivisie league club, Alkmaar Zaanstreek and signed a five-year contract.

He was initially a backup goalkeeper after Argentine goalkeeper, Sergio  Romero and Australian goalkeeper, Joey Didulica.

The Costarican goalkeeper made his first appearance against PSV Eindhoven on 12 February 2011, which turned to be horrible as he conceded four goals and his team suffered a humiliating defeat.

He was the first choice goalkeeper for Zaanstreek in 2011/12 season after Sergio Romero and Joey Didulica left the club.

His impressive efforts and gaining fifteen clean sheets in 2011/12 season was enough to secure his name in Goal.com’s Eredivisie Team for the season.

He was able to win for AZ Alkmaar KNVB Cup in 2012/13. During his time with the Dutch side, he was one of the most popular players in Alkmaar.

The goalkeeper is currently with the Turkish football club, Trabzonspor, whom he moved on 6 August 2015.

Esteban Alvarado’s International Career

After successfully participating in the FIFA World Cup U-20 for Costa Rica, he was named the best goalkeeper of the World Cup, he made his international debut for the senior team against Paraguay on August 2010, in a friendly match.

He has also represented the Costa Rica national team in 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup; a team’s replacing previous goalkeeper, Keylor Navas. The squad also include famous Costa Rican defender, Kendall Waston in its team.

Esteban Alvarado has so far made 11 appearances for his national team.

Esteban Alvarado’s Personal Life

Esteban Alvarado is found to be very short-tempered and controversial figure even though he is very much a popular Costarican player.

The Costa Rican player was also accused by his girlfriend, Marcela Juarez Castillo of domestic violence in June 2011 but after a couple of months the case was dropped.

He was also found guilty and sent for violent misconduct on the field for attacking a fan named Wesley van W during a match against Ajax on 20 December 2011. He made himself in trouble with national team staffs including former Costarican coach Jorge Luis Pinto during 2014 that took him out from 2014 FIFA World Cup.

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