Weverton is a professional footballer playing born in Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. He plays as a goalkeeper for Palmeiras and the Brazil national team. Besides, Weverton wears jersey number 21 in his current squad.
Professional since 2007, Weverton has already played for many clubs like Botafogo-SP, Portuguese, and athletic paranaense. Likewise, Weverton has been representing the senior team of Brazil since 2016.
Weverton is a married man, and he lives a happy life with his beloved wife, Jaqueline Maoski. The couple has been married to each other for many years, and their married life is going pretty well. Moreover, Weverton and his wife explore different places together, and they also love sharing the moments on their Instagram handle.
Besides, Weverton is active on Instagram as @weverton010, where he shares updates on his ongoing lifestyle. On the other side, Weverton also uses Instagram, and her username is @jakmaoski. Being married for a long time, they are also blessed with two kids, both daughters.
Weverton has a decent net worth of around $200,000, and he makes most of his gains from being a professional footballer. Currently signed with Palmeiras, Weverton earns £13,000 as his weekly salary and £676,000 as his yearly salary.
In 2018, he signed a professional deal with Palmeiras and received €500k. Besides, Weverton has a market value of €3.50 million, while the highest value was €6 million on December 17, 2021. Like many footballers, Weverton also makes money from brand endorsement.
At the age of 19, Weverton joined Corinthians' youth squad. After his impressive match for Juventus, he was promoted to the senior team but was relegated to fourth-choice after the promotion of Rafael Santos. Then he was loaned to clubs like Remo, Oeste, and America-RN.
In 2010, he signed with "Botafogo-SP" and moved to "Portuguesa." He played there till 2012 and appeared in 68 games.
In May 2012, he signed a deal with "Atletico Paranaense." Likewise, after being captain of the campaign, he extended his contract until 2017. Since January 1, 2018, Weverton has been playing for Palmeiras.
On July 31, 2016, Weverton entered the National team of Brazil, replacing Fernando Prass for the "2016 Summer Olympics." In their gold medal-winning match, his fifth penalty shot saved his squad and led to winning their first Olympic football.
Further, he was called up by coach Tite to qualification matches against Colombia and Ecuador after winning a gold medal at the "2016 Rio Olympics." Likewise, Weverton is also included in the national team of Brazil, playing in the FIFA World Cup 2022.
Weverton Pereira da Silva was born on December 13, 1987, in Rio Branco, Brazil, to Josefa Pereira. Silva holds Brazilian nationality. There is not much information regarding his family background as the footballer has kept the details far from the media.