Timothy Weah Net Worth

Timothy Weah is an American professional soccer player who plays forward for Paris Saint-Germain in the Ligue 1. Born on February 22, 2000 in New York City, NY, Weah earned his first senior international cap for the United States in 2018. He has since become a prominent figure in the soccer world.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day February 22, 2000
Birth Place New York City, NY
Timothy Weah age 24 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Pisces

💰 Net worth: $11 Million

Timothy Weah, the renowned soccer player hailing from New York, has built an impressive net worth estimated to be $11 million in 2024. Weah, son of the iconic Liberian president George Weah, has made significant strides in his professional career, showcasing his exceptional skills on the field. Having started his journey in the youth academies of prominent clubs like Paris Saint-Germain and Celtic, he has now become an established player on both the club and international stage. With numerous accolades to his name and a growing fan base, Timothy Weah's net worth rightly reflects his success and contribution to the world of soccer.


American professional soccer player who is known for his position of forward for Paris Saint-Germain within the Ligue 1. He also earned his first senior international cap for the United States. 

Before Fame

Was first taught to play soccer by his mother, he began playing recreationally in the West Pines United F.C. in Florida. He then began playing for the New York Red Bulls Academy in 2013. In 2014, he relocated to France so he could play as a part of the Paris Saint-Germain Academy. 


He is known for having been a part of both the under 17 national team and the United States national team where he first began playing in 2018. 

Family Life

He was born and raised in New York City. He is also the son of ex-football player and President of Liberia George Weah

Associated With

Other players known for their association with the United States national team include Bob Bradley, Roy Wegerle, and Brian Mullan. 

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