Tim Ream is a professional soccer player from the United States of America. He plays for Premier League club Fulham and the United States national team. Ream plays as a centre-back and can also play the role of left-back.
Besides, Ream was passionate about playing football from an early age. So, his football career kicked off after joining the youth team of St. Louis Scott Gallagher in 2003. And since 2015, he has been representing the Fulham team.
Tim Ream is a happily married man who lives a blissful life with his beloved wife, Kristen Sapienza. It is unknown when the couple began dating exactly, but it is reported that Ream and Sapienza are childhood sweethearts.
After proposing to Sapienza in 2010, the footballer thought of having an amazing wedding. So, the duo walked down the wedding aisle in 2012 with their family and friends. Ream and his wife planned to go on a honeymoon in Tahiti, but it was cancelled due to Ream's transfer to Bolton Wanderers. Their married life is going pretty well, and the couple is blessed with three children.
The married couple has three loving kids: Aiden, Theodore, and Lila. We can get updated with Ream's life by following him on Instagram under the username @tim.ream13.
Ream is a professional footballer who makes most of his gains from deals with different clubs. Being active in this field for a long time, Ream has amassed a decent net worth. So, his net worth is more than $2 million.
Ream is a footballer signed with Fulham, and his deal is €1.70 million. Considering the fact, Ream earns £27,000 a week and £1,404,000 a year. In the 2021 season, his weekly wage was £7,000, while his yearly salary was £364,000.
Before coming into his current club, Ream also played with Bolton, and his deal with the team was €3.10 million. According to Transfermrkt, Ream's market value is €1 million, while his highest value was €4 million, recorded on June 13, 2019. Moreover, he has a professional deal with Nike and wears their kits.
Ream began his professional footballing career with the American Professional club New York Red Bulls in 2010. He made his professional club debut on March 20, 2010, starting against Santos FC in their 3–1 victory. Being a central defender, he scored his first professional goal on September 11, 2010, against Colorado Rapids. He was named the team's Defender of the Year in 2010. He was in the club for a season, appearing in 58 games, scoring a single goal, and later switching to England in 2011.
He officially signed with the English club Bolton Wanderers on January 26, 2012, on a three-and-a-half-year deal with the number 32 jersey. He made his professional debut for the club on February 18, 2011, and his Premier League debut came the following week against Chelsea. His club couldn't survive relegation the following season. From the beginning of the 2012-13 season, he was given the number 5 jersey previously worn by Gary Cahill.
He played for the club for three years, appearing in 114 games, and later moved to Fulham on August 20, 2015, signing a four-year deal with an undisclosed fee. He made his professional debut for Fulham on August 29, 2015, in a 3–1 win over Rotherham United and scored his first goal for the club against Queens Park Rangers on October 1, 2016. Ream made his international debut representing his national side United States on November 17, 2010, in a friendly match against South Africa. He has won over 45 caps for his national side.
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Tim Ream was born on October 5, 1987, in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. So, Ream holds an American nationality and peaks at a height of 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m). Ream shares a strong bond with his parents but has not talked much about them openly in the media.
Meanwhile, Ream attended St. Dominic High school and graduated from the University of St. Louis, US. He was awarded Player of the Year in 2004 and 2005 while at his high school.