March 28, 2023

Scott Matthew Parker is an English professional football manager and former midfielder who most recently served as the head coach of AFC Bournemouth of the Premier League.

Scott Parker: Net Worth, Wife, Children, Contract, Injury History 


Parker was raised in New Cross and attended Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatcham College. He was born in Lambeth, Greater London. During the 1994 FIFA World Cup campaign, he had an appearance as a 13-year-old in a well-known English commercial for McDonald’s in which he played keepie uppie. Parker is a graduate of the now-defunct national School of Excellence in Lilleshall run by The Football Association.

Net Worth:

Net Worth

$10-$15 Million

Salary Under Review
Source of Income Football Manager

Scott Parker is a soccer player with a $10 to $15 million fortune. Scott Parker was born on October 13, 1980, in London. English midfielder who played professionally for 20 years, from 1997 to 2017. From 2007 to 2011, when he left for Tottenham Hotspur, he played for West Ham United. Before joining Fulham in 2013 and playing there until his retirement, he served as the team’s captain.


Scott Parker: Net Worth, Wife, Children, Contract, Injury History

Carly Parker

Scott and Carly have been wed for more than 20 years. They first connected while Scott was a member of Carlton’s team in 1996, and after dating for four years, they were united in marriage in 2000. Only their closest friends and family attended the small ceremony.

Homemaker Carly Parker is best known as the wife of Scott Parker, the current manager of AFC Bournemouth.

Parker is from England and is well-known for being Scott Parker’s partner, a former Fulham manager.


Scott Parker: Net Worth, Wife, Children, Contract, Injury History

Frankie Parer, Murphy Parker, Sonny, and Rafa are their four children, and they have remained together through thick and thin. The family spends their free time travelling, especially to beaches.


When he left Fulham in 2021 with two years left on his contract and the club refusing to pay him a severance money when he was due to make 2 million pounds if he left by mutual consent, he took over as the manager of Bournemouth.

In the same year, he went on to sign a three-year contract with Bournemouth, reportedly for $4 million. This increased his net worth to $10–$15 million.

Injury History:

Season Injury Days Games missed
16/17 2 days
15/16 60 days
13/14 35 days
12/13 120 days
10/11 24 days
09/10 9 days
08/09 13 days
07/08 68 days

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