What Is Bill Belichick’s Net Worth, and How Long Has He Been Coaching?

Bill Belichick has an impressive net worth to go along with his NFL accomplishments | Elsa/Getty Images

Bill Belichick is known as one of the toughest coaches in the NFL. Even though he and his star quarterback, Tom Brady, have been rumored to have some tension between them at times, he has still been able to become a household name with football fans across the country. With his impressive number of Super Bowl victories, it’s no wonder why some consider him to be the greatest coach that the NFL has ever seen, and why he has an impressive net worth.

With his outstanding record, Belichick is considered one of the most successful coaches on the field. But does a successful career in the NFL guarantee a high paycheck? To answer that question, here is everything we know about Bill Belichick’s career and net worth.

What is Bill Belichick’s net worth?

Since Bill Belichick was a small child, football has been in his blood. He grew up watching his father coach for the United States Naval Academy football team and admits that his dad was his greatest inspiration throughout his coaching career. Thanks to his father, Steve Belichick’s, exceptional mentoring, Bill Belichick was able to climb his way to being one of the highest-paid coaches in the NFL. And his net worth certainly shows it.

Bill Belichick currently makes $7.5 million a year. Considering he has been the head coach for the New England Patriots for almost two decades, if you think this world-renowned coach has enough money saved up in his bank account to buy anything he wants, you would probably be right. As of today, Belichick’s net worth is approximately $35 million. With that kind of success, we know his dad would be proud.

How long has Bill Belichick been coaching?

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Bill Belichick’s net worth and salary have come a long way since his early days. The first job that he had working in the professional football arena was when he worked with the Baltimore Colts in 1975.  Back then, he was only paid $25 a week to assist Ted Marchibroda, The Colts’ head coach at the time. Since then, he has gone on to various coaching positions with the NFL. Some of his other jobs in the NFL include:

  • Assistant special teams coach for the Detroit Lions in 1976
  • Special teams coach for the Denver Broncos in 1978
  • Special teams coach and assistant defensive coach for the New York Giants from 1979 until 1985
  • The defensive coordinator for the New York Giants from 1985 to 1990
  • Head coach for the Cleveland Browns from 1991 to 1995
  • Assistant coach to Jim Parcells with the New England Patriots in 1996
  • Assistant coach to Jim Parcells with the New York Jets from 1997 to 1999
  • Head coach for one day with the New York Jets in 1999
  • Head coach for the New England Patriots from 2000 to the present time

Belichick knows how to win Super Bowls

Bill Belichick’s career has been a long, winding road to the top. During his time with the Giants, they won two Super Bowls. Since he has been the head coach for the New England Patriots, the team has won five Super Bowls and have been named the AFC Champions three different times. Belichick has won so many championships, that he almost doesn’t have enough fingers to show off all of his rings.

During his time with The Browns, he was at the forefront of a controversy after he had let quarterback, Bernie Kosar go in the middle of the season, only to have him be picked up by the Cowboys a few days later and go on to win the Super Bowl at the end of the season.

Bill Belichick’s career has been, at times, an emotional roller coaster for him. However, throughout all of the victories, controversies, extreme highs, and devastating lows, this coaching legend has held his head high and proceeded with a level of dignity and professionalism that is sometimes hard to find. No matter if you love him or hate him, there is no arguing that Bill Belichick will go down in history as one of the most iconic coaches that the NFL has ever seen.