Che Adams Bio Career Net Worth

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Che Adams

Che Adams is an English footballer who plays for Southampton football club and Scotland national team.

He is one player who has heard the opportunity of getting so many options to choose from in his football career, both for club and country.

His growth is also one key thing about him which have to continue to make him get a lot of opportunities and playing time.

Che Adams Biography

Che Adams

He was born on the 13th of July 1996 in a place called Leicester, which is in England, United Kingdom.

Che Adams is 26 years old as of 2022; his birthday the year was celebrated by his family, and friends were present to celebrate with him.

His full name is Che Zach Everton Fred Adams; it is the name given to him at birth by his parents.

Adams did his childhood in England with his parents and family members, who all shared so many memories.

He is of mixed heritage and ethnicity, with his father coming from a different place and also the same as his mother with grandparents.


His father is half Antigua and Barbuda; he is also half Scotland which is the same as his parents.

He also has citizenship in the United Kingdom, having been born in Leicester, where he grew up.

His father’s name is unknown; we don’t have any information concerning his entire identity as it is private from the public.

His mother’s name is also not available, but growing up as a child, Che Adams had both of his parents with him.

We can’t confirm if he is the only child of his parents as the information concerning his siblings is unavailable.

As a child, he started growing a love for football which was a tradition in his family as his father is a massive fan of the game.

Adams Career

Adams Career

Che Adams’s football career has been going in the right direction since he decided to take it as a path to life.

He plays as a forward in his football career, and he is doing so well, scoring a lot of goals along the way.

His journey started when he joined a local academy in his hometown called Highfield Rangers around 2003.

He later moved to Coventry City, where he continued his development from 2003 to 2010.

He had the opportunity again to move to St Andrews, where he spent two years before making another move.

Che Adams carried on his youth development with Oadby Town, the team that gave him his first professional deal.

He spent one year with Oadby Town senior team playing from 2012 to 2013 before making his next move, where he made 33 appearances and scored five goals.

His next team was Ilkeston, who signed him in 2013, and he stayed with them until 2014, making 44 appearances and scoring nine goals.

He got his big break in 2014 after completing a move to join Sheffield United, where he stayed for just two years before his exit in 2016.

He played 47 games for Sheffield United and scored just 11 goals which was an improvement in his career.

Birmingham City completed a move which saw them borough in Che Adams in 2016, and he spent three years with the club.

His time with Birmingham City saw him make 116 games and scored several 34 goals before leaving in 2019.

Che Adams is now a player with Premier League side Southampton who signed him in 2019; so far, he has had 100 appearances and has scored 22 goals.

He completed a move to join the Saints for a €15 million transfer fee which was one of the most significant sales for his former club Birmingham City which is known for bringing up talents.

Che Adams’s debut came against Burnley, and since then, he has remained a key player with Southampton, one of the toughest Premier League teams.

Adams International Career

Adams International Career

Che Adams’s International career is one in which he had the opportunity of playing for three different countries.

He is playing for Scotland’s national team as of today and has decided to turn down other countries he had the opportunity of representing.

When he came of age, he had three countries lining up to give him the opportunity of playing for them, which included Antigua and Barbuda, England, and Scotland.

He opted to represent England’s youth team at the Under 20 Level in 2015, and he only had to play two games for them.

The two games he played for England Under 20 were against the Czech Republic, and he came on as a substitute for the game.

He started the second match against the Czech, which they didn’t get to win like the first one, which ended in 5-0.

He decided to turn down England and commit himself to Scotland’s national team, which Scotland initially called him but wasn’t interested in making the switch.

In 2021, Adams decided to play for Scotland national team and got his first call in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Austria, Faroe Island, and Isreal.

Che Adams has so far capped 19 times and scored five goals for Scotland’s national team today.

Che Adams Net Worth

Che Adams Net Worth

Che Adams’s net worth is £9,790,560 million, coming from his football career.

He plays for Southampton football club in the English Premier League, earning a lot as their striker.

He has traveled all across playing for so many teams as he started with none-league sides where he only stayed one year before leaving.

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He joined Southampton for £15,000,000 million from Birmingham City, who couldn’t hold on to him due to demands.

Adams is earning £52,000 thousand in his weekly wages, which is to increase based on his performance.

His annual wage is £2,704,000 million, handed him yearly by Southampton.

His deal with the Saint will end in 2024, and a move could happen, or he will sign a new, improved contract to remain with his current club.

He also has endorsement deals with sports brands who also compensate him handsomely.

Che Adams is doing well in his career and hoping to make more money to enable him to take care of himself and his family before his retirement is still far away.

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