Fabinho Net Worth, Income, Career & All Wiki [World Cup 2022]

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What is Fabinho recent Net worth?
$40 million

Who is Fabinho?

Brazilian footballer Fabio Henrique Tavares, also known as Fabinho, plays for the Brazilian national team and Premier League club, Liverpool. He primarily functions as a defensive midfielder but has the versatility to play at right or center back. At the age of 7, he began playing football in school.

After school, he played for the neighborhood youth team Paulinia FC. At Fluminense, he started playing football. Additionally, he has played for AS Monaco, Real Madrid, and Rio Ave. He has advanced to the senior level of international representation for Brazil. In 2015, he made his Brazil debut abroad. At Copa America in 2015 and 2016, he was a member of their teams.

On October 23, 1993, Fabinho was born. Fabio Henrique Tavares is his real name. Brazil’s Campinas is the city of his birth. He was raised alongside two older sisters, Juliana Caroline and Ana Paula, by his mother, Rosangela Tavares, and father, Joao Roberto Tavares. His mother was a housekeeper, and his father, Joao Roberto Tavares, worked in a factory. He is a citizen of Brazil. He is of African American descent. His spirituality is Christian. Scorpio is his natal sign.

When it comes to his personal life, Fabinho is married. In 2015, he wed his lovely girlfriend, Rebeca Tavares. Since 2013, they had been a couple. He is in a close relationship with his girlfriend, and the two of them travel the world together while sharing images on social media. They are enjoying each other’s company.

As a D, RC, and DM for Liverpool F.C., Fabinho makes £180,000 weekly and £9,360,000 annually. The total wealth of Fabinho is £33,415,200. His current agreement will end on June 30, 2026. He is worth €60 million in the market.

Fabinho is 1.88 meters, or 6 feet and 2 inches, tall. His body weight is 78 kg. His physique is athletic. Both his hair and eyes are black. He has a straight sexual preference. He has 1.1 million Twitter followers and 2.4 million Instagram followers.

The Career of Fabinho

Fabinho Liverpool

Player: Fabinho Liverpool (source: Sports Illustrated)

At the age of 7, he began playing football in school. After school, he played for the neighborhood youth team Paulinia FC. At Fluminense, he started playing football. He was the lone member of a first-team matchday squad called up on May 20, 2012, however, he did not play. He signed a six-year contract with Rio Ave in the Portuguese Primeira Liga on June 8, 2012, however, he never played for the team.

After spending a month at Rio Ave, he signed a season-long loan agreement with Real Madrid Castilla on July 19, 2012. On August 17, 2012, he made his professional debut against Villarreal in the Spanish Segunda Division, losing 2-1. In a 3-3 tie with CD Numancia on April 28, 2013, he scored his first goal for Real Madrid Castilla by heading in a late equalizer. He was promoted to the senior team after making 30 appearances for Real Madrid Castilla in the Segunda Division in 2012–2013 and scoring twice.

He played 14 minutes in substitution of Fabio Coentrao during Real Madrid’s 6-2 La Liga victory over Malaga on May 8, 2013, at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. He also provided an assist for Angel Di Maria’s sixth goal.

After that, on July 19, 2013, he signed a season-long loan agreement with Monaco. On August 10, 2013, he made his Ligue 1 debut for Monaco against Bordeaux at Stade Chaban-Delmas. He scored his first goal for Monaco on March 26, 2014, in a 6-0 home victory over Lens in the Coupe de France quarterfinals.

On July 2, 2014, he returned to the team on loan for an additional year after completing his initial 12-month stint at Monaco. He scored his first Champions League goal on December 9, 2014, in AS Monaco’s 6-0 victory over Zenit St. Petersburg in Group C Matchday 6, helping Monaco advance as group champions to the 2014–15 UEFA Champions League knockout stage. After spending two seasons on loan with Monaco, he committed to the club permanently on May 19, 2015, and would remain there through June 30, 2019. He played 233 games in total and scored 31 goals throughout his five years in Monaco, where he also won Ligue 1 in 2016–17.

He signed a long-term contract with Premier League team Liverpool on May 28 for an alleged initial sum of £39 million, which became effective on July 1. On September 18, 2018, he made his professional debut for the team in a 3-2 victory over PSG at Anfield in a Champions League group encounter. He replaced Sadio Mane in the 88th minute. On October 20, 2018, he made his league debut in a 1-0 victory over Huddersfield Town, replacing Adam Lallana for the final 21 minutes.

He won a 3-1 victory over Manchester United on December 17 and received the Carlsberg Man of the Match award for his efforts. He scored his first goal for Liverpool in a 4-0 victory over Newcastle United on December 26, 2018. He defended the center against Wolverhampton and Brighton on the road in the third round of the FA Cup in January 2019.

He started and played the entire game against Tottenham Hotspurs in the 2019 UEFA Champions League final on June 1 to help the team win their sixth title overall and give him his first club trophy. He participated in the entire match against Chelsea in the 2019 UEFA Super Cup on August 14 to help the team earn their fourth victory overall.

He received the BBC’s Man of the Match award on November 10, 2019, for his actions during a 3-1 victory over Manchester City, during which he netted his first goal of the upcoming campaign. He was also a member of Liverpool’s 2019–20 Premier League champion squad.

Due to the team’s injury issues in 2020–2021, Fabinho was forced to play as a center-back. He made his 100th appearance for Liverpool in December 2020. Fabinho committed to Liverpool for the duration of a long-term deal from August 3, 2021, to 2026. He scored his first goal of the year on September 12, 2021, against Leeds United, knocking it in from close range to help his team to a 3-0 victory.

Fabinho scored his first FA Cup goals on January 9, 2022, netting the second and fourth goals in a 4-1 third-round win over Shrewsbury Town. Although Fabinho was not included in the matchday squad for the final, Liverpool went on to defeat Chelsea in the match, which ended in a 0-0 stalemate after extra time and a 5-6 victory for Liverpool in the penalty shootout.

Fabinho made his debut in a friendly match against Mexico on June 7 of that year, coming on as a half-time substitute for Danilo in a 2-0 victory at Allianz Parque in So Paulo. He was a member of coach Dunga’s 23-man team for the 2015 Copa América in Chile. At the Copa América, where Brazil advanced to the quarterfinals, Fabinho sat out due to Dani Alves starting the entire tournament at right-back.

Although he didn’t participate in any of Brazil’s three tournament games, Fabinho was chosen for the Copa América Centenario team. He was selected for Brazil’s team to compete in the 2021 Copa América on home soil in June 2021.

Career Earnings:

Year Weekly Wage Yearly Salary Club Position League Age Contract Expiry
2022 £180,000 £9,360,000 Liverpool D RC, DM Premier League 27 30-06-2026
2021 £120,000 £6,240,000 Liverpool D, DM, M Premier League 26 30-06-2023
2020 £120,000 £6,240,000 Liverpool D, DM, M Premier League 25 30-06-2023
2019 £120,000 £6,240,000 Liverpool D, DM, M Premier League 24 30-06-2023
2018 £53,000 £2,756,000 AS Monaco D, DM, M Ligue 1 Conforama 23 30-06-2021
2017 £26,000 £1,352,000 AS Monaco Football Club D, DM, M Ligue 1 22 29-06-2021
2016 £21,000 £1,092,000 AS Monaco Football Club D, DM, M Ligue 1 21 29-06-2019
2015 £1,300 £67,600 Rio Ave Futebol Clube D, DM, M Ligue 1 20 29-06-2018
2014 £1,300 £67,600 AS Monaco Football Club SA D, DM, M Ligue 1 19 29-06-2018

Awards, Titles, and Achievements

Fabinho Brazil

Player: Fabinho Brazil (source: Sports Illustrated)

Fabinho has won several titles and individual awards in his career.


  • Ligue 1: 2016–17


  • Premier League: 2019–20
  • FA Cup: 2021–22
  • EFL Cup: 2021–22
  • UEFA Champions League: 2018–19; runner-up: 2021–22
  • UEFA Super Cup: 2019


  • Copa América runner-up: 2021


  • UEFA Champions League Team of the Season: 2021–22
  • Liverpool Player of the Month: January 2022
Below is the chart showing the comparison of Fabinho's goals with other Midfielder players. The selected players for comparison include Jan Vertonghen, James Ward-Prowse, Jordi Alba, Koke.