Get to know Vinicius Jr.’s net worth, source of wealth and how he spends his money

Get to know Vinicius Jr.’s net worth, source of wealth and how he spends his money

Agnes Amondi
June 25, 2024 at 9:33 AM
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Vinicius Jr. is one of the fastest-rising young footballers in the world. At 16, he signed his first professional contract with the Brazilian club Flamengo and moved to Real Madrid in 2018. Here is a breakdown of Vinicius Jr.'s net worth as of 2024, salary, investments, and biography.

Brazil player Vinicius Jr
On the left, Vinicius Jr. posing during a shoot. On the right, Vinicius celebrating a goal. Photo: Instagram (modified by author).
Source: UGC

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The Brazilian was the second most expensive signing from Brazil after Neymar. Real Madrid paid $40 million for an unproven player, but Vini is living up to the expectation. He is a regular starter and has already won numerous titles, including two Champions League trophies.

Vinicius Jr’s profile summary



Full name

Vinicius Paixao de Oliveira Junior


Vini Jr.

Date of birth


Place of birth

São Gonçalo (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)


23 years old




1.76 m or 5 feet, 9 inches




José Paixao de Oliveira, Tatiana Vinicius


Real Madrid, Brazil national team



Net worth

$20 million to $50 million

Social media

Instagram, X (Twitter), Facebook

Vinicius Jr.’s net worth and salary

Multiple sources, such as Essentialy Sports, indicate that, as of 2024, Vini Jr is worth between $20 million and $50 million. This is an outstanding amount, considering he is only 23 years old and is yet to enter his prime. Since joining Real Madrid in 2018, the footballer has banked $50 million in gross earnings, per Capology.

The Brazilian reportedly makes over $88 million from his new contract, which expires in 2027. Vinicius adds to his wealth through endorsement deals and investments.

Real Madrid forward Vini Jr
Five facts about Vinicius Jr. Photo: Marvin Ibo Guengoer (modified by author).
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How much does Vinicius Jr. make in a week?

Vinicius Jr.'s new contract included a significant salary increase. According to OneFootball, he previously earned $3.4 million per year after tax and now gets $9.3 million in net income. His weekly wage, before deductions, is around $384,000 and over $1 million per month. These figures do not include match bonuses.

Although we cannot verify Vinicius Jr’s salary per game, he receives performance bonuses that boost his earnings. Capology cites that he gets weekly bonuses of around $86,000 and annual bonuses of over $4 million.

Vinicius Jr’s cars and house

The Brazilian star has bought top-of-the-range cars, a popular trend among footballers. He drives a BMW i4 M50, which he received as part of Real Madrid’s partnership with BMW.

He also owns the Audi A7 Sportback 50 TDI, Audi Q8 50 TDI, Audi e-Tron Sportback 55, a Lamborghini Urus and a Range Rover Sport.

Vini and his cars
On the left, Vinicius Jr. poses in front of his BMW. On the right, he is standing in front of a Maybach. Photo: Instagram (modified by author).
Source: UGC

Vinicius Jr’s houses

Vini's primary residence is La Moraleja in Madrid. According to the Celeb1st TikTok video, he bought it when he was 18 for around $10.73 million. He lives close to the club’s training facility and stadium. Vini’s house is 2 acres and 8,000 square meters.

It has six bedrooms and bathrooms, a gym, a steam and sauna, a tennis court and a pitch. La Moraleja is an upscale neighbourhood where the wealthy live.

Vinicius Jr.’s endorsements and sponsorships

The Brazilian's success and growth potential appeal to top brands. Sportswear giant Nike is one of his biggest sponsors. Vinicius has worked with Nike for several years, signing with them at 13. He initially penned a 10-year deal and renewed it for another 10 years in 2018.

Brazilian player Vini
Vinicius Junior of Real Madrid CF laces his Nike Air Zoom Mercurial x Air Max Plus. Photo: Alex Caparros.
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However, the Brazilian reportedly wanted to cut ties with Nike because he felt undervalued. Before the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Vini filed a lawsuit to find a means of terminating the contract. In February 2023, the forward wore blackout boots during the first half of Real Madrid’s game against Valencia.

Towards the end of 2023, reports emerged that he settled his feud with Nike, with the brand's move to make him one of their most prominent athletes. His other sponsors include Unilever, Pepsi, Gillette and TCL Mobile. Vinicius makes an estimated $3 million from sponsorships.

Vinicius Jr.’s investments

The footballer has also invested in real estate and his institute. Vini reportedly bought a $3 million condo in Madrid and Brazil. Through the Vini Jr. Institute, he is working on creating equal opportunities within the Brazilian educational system through technology and sports.

The Guardian reported that Vini invested around $371k to launch an education app called Base that uses football to engage children in the program.

Vinicius Jr.'s market value

Vinicius Jr dribbling a ball
Vinicius Junior of Real Madrid in action during the Spanish League, La Liga EA Sports at Santiago Bernabeu, stadium on May 14, 2024, in Madrid, Spain. Photo: Irina R. Hipolito.
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As of 2024, the CIES Football Observatory cites Vinicius Jr.’s transfer market value as €250.3 million or $267.2 million. He ranks third behind his teammate Jude Bellingham and Manchester City's Erling Haaland. This illustrates his rising influence on the game and future potential. His release clause is €1 billion (around $1.07 billion).

Is Vinicius Jr. Congolese?

Vini Jr. is a Brazilian of Congolese descent. His mother, Tatiana, is from Congo, and his father is a Brazilian. He grew up in the Sao Goncalo neighbourhood. At six, Vinicius joined a football school affiliated with Flamengo. He stood out for his pace and skill, and four years later, he joined Flamengo Academy, where he got his breakthrough.

Fun facts

Although the Brazilian is famous, there are some things about him you might not know. Here are some fun facts about Vinicius.

  • Vinicius Jr. is an avid basketball fan. He frequently attends NBA games, wearing their jerseys and socializing with basketball superstars.
  • The Brazilian took futsal classes in Brazil but decided he wanted to play football instead.
  • At 19 years and 230 days, Vini is the youngest foreign goalscorer in the El Clasico. He achieved this feat in 2020 when Real welcomed Barcelona at the Bernabeu.
  • His football idol is Neymar. Outside of football, it is LeBron James.

Final word

Vinicius Jr.’s net worth reflects his value on and off the pitch. Since joining Real Madrid in 2018, he has proven his talent, become a valuable asset, and constantly delivers for his club. Many see the Brazilian as a future Ballon d'Or winner.

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Agnes Amondi is a journalist and a versatile sports content writer with 6 years of experience. She wrote for several publications;, Her Football Hub, Tisini, and Spotcovery