Kendall Waston is a Costa Rican professional football player who plays for Costa Rica National Football Team and Liga FPD club Saprissa. He wears no four on his jersey for his current club. Waston has played for several Costa Rican clubs, such as Deportivo Saprissa, UCR, and Perez Zeledon.
The 6 feet 5 inches tall footballer has been playing for a long time. He is one of the most prominent players in his team. So, his performance has been honoured with some titles. In 2015 and 2017, Waston won the title of Vancouver Whitecaps FC Player of the Year.
Waston has been active in this sport for a long time and has preserved a considerable fortune. Waston enjoys a net worth of over $500,000. Waston currently has a deal with Saprissa, but the details regarding his salary remain unknown.
For the 2019-20 season, Waston played for FC Cincinnati while signing a deal; he took €682 thousand. During that time, he earned £10,000 a week and £520,000 a year. Likewise, Waston played prominently for Vancouver Whitecaps FC.
While playing for Vancouver Whitecaps FC in 2017, Waston took home £5,000 weekly and £260,000 yearly. In the same way, the footballer played for other clubs. According to Transfermrkt, Waston has a market value of €175 thousand, while his highest value was €850 thousand, recorded on December 5, 2017.
Also, Waston has a sponsorship deal with New Balance. So, from his collaboration with the brand, he may receive a fair profit.
Kendall Waston is a happily married and devoted family man. He is married to his girlfriend-turned-wife, Priscila Robles Watson. The details regarding their first meeting and marriage remain unknown as the footballer has never opened up about it with the media.
However, Waston often shares snaps with his wife on his IG account, where the footballer is available as @kendallwaston. Being married for quite a while now, the duo have already started a family of their own. The Waston couple has a son named Keysaack.
Watson made his debut for the senior team of Saprissa and joined the team in 2006. While under the club, he was transferred to several Costa Ricans clubs such as Carmelita, Nacional, Bayamon, UCR and Perez Zeledon as a loan. It was in the year 2012 that he made it to the leading team of Saprissa.
With Depritivo Saprissa, the defender won the Costa Rican Cup in 2013 and Liga FPD in 2014. Watson signed with his current club, North American Major Soccer club, Vancouver Whitecaps FC, on August 8, 2014.
After making 115 game appearances for the team, Waston moved to play with FC Cincinnati. With them, Waston played in 42 matches and netted 1 goal. Since January 15, 2021, Waston has been a part of the Saprissa team.
After competing for Costa Rica at the U-20 and U-23 levels and representing Costa Rica in FIFA U-20 World Cup, Waston made his international debut for Costa Rica's senior team against Canada in May 2013. He scored his first international goal against Nicaragua on December 15, 2015, in a friendly match.
Waston, along with players like Johan Venegas, Oscar Duarte, and Cristian Gamboa, was the key player that played a major in taking Costa Rica to the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Waston also played a prominent role in the 2022 World Cup.
Kendall Jamaal Waston Manley was born on January 1, 1988, in San Jose, Costa Rica. He is of Costa Rican Nationality. And Waston belongs to the Afro-Costa Rican ethnicity. He was interested in football from his early days as a child and enrolled in the youth academy of the Costa Rican local club, Deportivo Saprissa.
Waston's mother's name is Elizabeth Manley, while his father's name remains unknown. Waston grew up in Limon.