|Date of Birth:||1956, December|
|Birth Name||Roberto Gómez Junco|
|Famous Name||Roberto Gómez Junco|
|Birth Place||Monterrey , Nuevo León|
|Currently Working For||ESPN|
|Net Worth||six digit figure|
|Full Name||Roberto Gómez Junco|
Roberto Gómez Junco, reportedly earns around in the range of $50,000, as his yearly salary from the network, and as of 2018, he reportedly has an estimated net worth of about six digit figure.
Roberto Gómez Junco was born in 1956 in Monterrey, Nuevo León. Like Sergio Dipp, he also holds a Mexican nationality and belongs to White ethnic group. Further, the details about his early childhood, parents, and siblings are not available in the media yet.
In addition, the details about his education background have not been surfaced in the media yet.
ESPN anchor, Roberto Gómez Junco, has made a successful career as a sports anchor. Since Roberto Gómez Junco is a regular anchor of the ESPN, he earns a decent wage from the network.
The Mexican sportscaster/anchor Roberto Gómez Junco has an estimated net worth over six digit figure. As of 2019, the reporter receives an annual salary of $50,000 from his successful reporting career with ESPN while Jemele Hill is among the highest earner of the network.
Further, ESPN reporter receives an added sum of money from his radio and TV guest appearances as a sports pundit too.
Specifically, ESPN Reporters earn $85,000 annually or $41 per hour, which is 76 percent higher than the national average for all Reporters at $38,000 per year and 33 percent higher than the national average for all workers in the United States.
From 1975 to 1988, Gomez Junco played football professionally. He debuted with Atlético Espanol in 1975 and later played with the Tigres who were League Champion in 1977 and League runner up in 1978.
He also played for Guadalajara between 1982 and 1984, winning successive finals. In 1980, he was selected for the Mexican national team.
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In September 2012, Roberto Gomez Junco joined ESPN. He is currently a Futbol Picante, Los Capitanes and ESPN Radio Formula soccer analyst.
The soccer career of Gomez Junco in the field has helped him to establish himself as one of the leading analysts of Mexican soccer. He has been providing expertise to cover and analyze Mexican and international soccer for more than two years.
Gomez Junco also served in several prestigious newspapers as a columnist. During his journalism career, he has had the opportunity to cover and analyze four World Cup tournaments and is often invited to participate in the analyst's table on various programmes.
Exploring his personal life, there isn't any information about his wife and children. Unlike his professional Career, it was a hell of a task to find out about his personal life. He prefers to live away from the radar and hasn't revealed any information about his personal life.
Talking about his body measurement, he has perfectly built body with decent height and weight. Further, the detailed information about his body measurement has not been disclosed to the media yet.