Tom Rogic

John Max 25 Apr,2018

Facts of Tom Rogic

Birth Name
Tomas Petar Rogic
Famous Name
Tom Rogic
Affair with
Currently Married


Career & Net worth

2.3 Million Euro
Net Worth
$1 Million
Currently Club
National Team of Australia and Celtic


Affair with
Currently Married

Tomas Petar Rogic a.k.a Tom Rogic is an Australian professional footballer who currently plays as an attacking midfielder for National Team of Australia and Celtic FC. He started his senior career with ANU FC after spending his youth career with Woden Weston (2007–2009) Tuggeranong United (2011) and Nike Football Academy.


He is the member of the Celtic that won Scottish Premiership 2015–17, Scottish Cup 2012–13, 2016–17 and Scottish League Cup (2016-018). He has an estimated net worth of $1 Million in 2019 and earns €2,392,000 as yearly salary.

Tom Rogic's Net Worth and Endorsement

As of 2019, Rogic's net worth is estimated to be around $1 Million, including all of his earnings.

The significant source of Tom Rogic's earning is his professional football career. As of now, Rogic plays for  Celtic, where he gets paid €46,000 as his weekly wage, i.e, €2,392,000 per annum. His current market value is recorded to be $3.22 million.

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Apart, from his football career, Rogic adds the good sum to his net worth through endorsement deal with various brands including Nike. 

Tom Rogic’s Personal Life

Currently 25, Tom Rogic is possibly single and unmarried as he has not disclosed any information about his love life, not even his relationship status.

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Also, Tom Rogic has a standing height of 6 ft. 1 inch and weighs around 85kg. Till the date, there is no speculation of him being engaged in any relationship or having a girlfriend.

Tom Rogic’s Bio and Early Life

Tom Rogic was born as Tomas Petar Rogic on December 16, 1992, in Griffith, ACT, Australia. Rogic holds an Australian nationality and is of Serbian descent. He enrolled at Radford College in Bruce, ACT.

Tom Rogic’s Professional Career

During his youth career, Tom Rogic played for Woden Weston, Tuggeranong United and Nike Football Academy.

Rogic then transferred to ACT Premier League side, ANU FC. Before ending his career with the club, he scored 5 goals in 18 appearances. He was also selected to join the Nike Football Academy. He was signed by Belconnen United on January 1, 2012.

In 2012, Rogic left the club after scoring 6 goals in 6 games. He moved to A-League club, Central Coast Mariners on January 2, 2012, and made his debut in the 2011-012 A-League in a 3-2 victory against Adelaide United.

Rogic's first goal came ina  2-1 loss to Melbourne Victory on February 10, 2012, and named as the A-League young player of the February month in 2012.

Rogic has been honored with AB Young footballer of the Month Award for November 2012 on December 5, 2012. For the club, he played 24 matches scoring 5 goals. 

Along with his team, Rogic has been honored with A-League Championship: 2012–13 and A-League Premiership: 2011–12.

Rogic was transferred to Scottish Premier League champions, Celtic with the transfer fee of £432K on January 21, 2013, and made his debut on February 9, 2013, against Inverness Caledonian. He had a loan spell at Melbourne Victory where he played 8 matches before returning to his parent club.

Rogic later received interest from clubs such as Arsenal, Fiorentina, and Valencia. He then extended his contract with the Celtic for another three-years.

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Tom Rogic’s International Career

Tom Rogic has represented his national team at Futsal and scored six goals, making Australia’s leading goal scorer.

In 2011, Rogic made his Olympic debut replacing Mustafa Amini against Iraq. On November 14, 2012, he earned his first international cap with the coach Holger Osieck in a 2-1 win against South Korea.

On September 3, 2015, Rogic scored his first international goal against Bangladesh at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualification. He is supported by Mark Milligan, Massimo Luongo, and James Troisi in the international games.



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