- Date of Birth
- Age 32 Years Old
- Famous Name Kamil Grosicki
- Country Poland PL
- Birth Name Kamil Pawel Grosicki
- Birth Place Szczecin, Poland
- Famous Name Kamil Grosicki
- Father Pawel Grosicki
- Mother Magdalena Grosicka
- Net Worth Above $1 Million
- Salary $1.2 million
- Nationality Polish
- Ethnicity European
- Currently Working For Hull City
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Dominika Grosicka
- Divorce Unknown
- Children Two
- Affair with Unknown
- Girlfriend Unknown
- Boyfriend No
- Religion Unknown
- Tatto(s) Unknown
Kamil Grosicki is a professional football player who plays as a winger for Poland National Football Team and English second-tier club, Hull City wearing jerseys no. 14. Besides several European clubs, he also played for Polish national side in Euro 2012 and Euro 2016. Further, his net worth in 2019 is estimated $1 million with an annual salary of $1.2 million.
Currently, Grosicki is married and blessed with two children with his spouse. Let's explore his personal life in detail here.
Kamil Grosicki’s Net Worth
Kamil Grosicki has an estimated net worth around $1 million in 2019. Currently, playing side Hull City, his weekly salary is reported $23,732.77 which is over $1.2 million annually.
His career earning comes mostly from playing for various clubs across Europe and endorsing products like Nike.
His current market value is reported to be $5.66 million.
Kamil Grosicki’s Personal Life
Kamil Grosicki, the winner of PFA Fan’s Premier Player of the month in April while playing for the Null city is currently married to his wife, Dominika Grosenick, a makeup artist by profession and gym enthusiast.
The couple has been married to each other since October 2011 and also celebrated their 6th wedding anniversary in 2017.
The couple has the daughter named Maja Grosicka born in April 2012. Dominika also has a son named Marcel born in 2004 from her previous relationship.
Kamil Grosicki’s Early Life
Kamil Grosicki was born to mother, Magdalena Grosenick, and father, Pawel Grosicki on 8 June 1988 in Szczecin, Poland. He holds Polish nationality having European ethnicity.
Born and raised in Szczecin, he developed an interest in playing football at a very young and joined the youth club of Pogon Szczecin to further his playing career.
Kamil Grosicki’s Professional Career
Grosicki began his professional career with Pogon Szczecin’s main team and was loaned to Legia Warsaw due to his request during 2007 season.
He was later loaned to Swiss club, Sion FC for the whole season in 2008 and to Polish side, Jagiellonia Bialystok in February 2009.
With Legia Warsaw, he was able to win the Polish Cup in 2008. His impressive season for Bialystok earned him a promotion to the main team and signed a three-year contract with them in June 2009.
He won the Polish League and Polish Cup in 2010 with the Polish team.
Grosicki then signed a three and a half year contract deal with the Turkish club, Sivasspor for a transfer fee of approximately in excess of $1100000.
The polish forward signed French Ligue 1 club, Stade Rennes FC on January 2014. During his time with the French club, he scored 13 goals in 85 matches.
After an outing at France, he is currently signed to a three and half year contract with the English Club, Hull City on January 31, 2017, and made his debut against Liverpool on 4 February 2017, scoring his first goal for the English club against Burton Albion on 12 August 2017.
Kamil Grosicki’s International Career
After representing Poland U-19 and U-21 Teams, Grosicki made his debut for the senior team against Finland in a friendly match on 2 February 2008.
He scored his first international goal against Gibraltar on 7 September 2014 during UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifier.
The Polish winger was also one of the major and prominent players alongside Kamil Glik and Karol Linetty for Poland team managed by Adam Nawalka in Euro 2016 that made to quarterfinals where the team lost to eventual champions, Portugal captained by Cristiano Ronaldo.