Jesse Marsch is an American professional soccer player turned coach who currently serves as the German professional football club head coach, RB Leipzig.
Earlier, he held the same position at Red Bull Salzburg (2019-2021), New York Red Bulls (2015-2018), and Montreal Impact (2011-2012). With Zaizburg, he won 2X Austrian Cup and 2X Austrian Bundesliga and indivially 2015 MLS Coach of the Year. Marsch is a graduate of Princeton University, where he also earned All-American honors.
Racine, Wisconsin native Jesse Marsch was born on 8th November 1973, under the star sign Scorpio. The forty-seven years old holds an American nationality and is of white ethnic background. He is the son of Larry Marsch. Further, the three siblings, including a sister named Sara Marsch.
RB Leipzig announced Jesse Marsch would soon join Bundesliga's side as a club coach for the upcoming 2021–22 season. However, none of the parties has disclosed monetary information. According to the source, the average salary of a manager in the league is €1.5 million. Hence, Marsch is assumed to make no less than the seven-digit figure there.
Not to mention, Jesse is in the coaching field since 2010 after his retirement as a soccer player. He earned $159,375 in 2009 from Chivas USA. Nevertheless, his salary as a football manager was never public.
As of 2021, Jesse Marsch has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Jesse Marsch is a married man. He tied the knot with Kim Marsch, with whom he shares three children: Maddux Marsch, Lennon Ramon Marsch, and Emerson Marsch.
The Marsch family is an avid traveler. Once Marsch took a sabbatical from football for six months to travel to 32 different countries, he stayed in hostels to broaden his perspective on life. Also, the football manager threw himself into learning German.
Jesse said he wanted to embrace every culture and learn something from every place and its people.
Jesse Marsch spent 14 seasons in Major League Soccer, playing for h D.C. United, Chicago Fire, and Chivas USA. The midfielder has three league titles, four U.S. Open Cup titles, and earned two caps for the United States national team.
In 2010, Marsch retired from his playing career and pursued a career as a coach. First serving as an assistant with the U.S. national team.
Then he was appointed the inaugural head coach of the Montreal Impact after it entered MLS in 2012. In 2015, he left Montreal Impact to become head coach at New York Red Bulls.
He spent the 2018-2019 season as an assistant for RB Leipzig. In 2019, he was appointed the coach of Red Bull Salzburg in the Austrian Bundesliga.
On April 29, 2021, it is confirmed that the coach will make his move to RB Leipzig for the 2021-22 season.
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