Pakistan Super League is now become one of the biggest marketable brand of Pakistan Cricket. Brands from all across the globe attracted toward it and investing enormous money in this format of T20 cricket. Thus, teams and players are also banking handsome figures from their base salaries and sponsorships. Moreover, the officials and franchise coaches are also earning good income from their contracts. Here are the complete details about how much a PSL team head coach earn per season.
How Much A PSL Head Coach Earn Per Season?
It is a typical question that what are salaries of PSL head coaches. The answer simply relies on the team’s performance and capabilities of coach and his experience. Moreover, salaries also vary when a team sign foreign coach.
Local Coaches: On average, teams signing the local coaches pay less money as per their contracts salary. Their salary ranges between $50k to $100k for a season besides the sponsorship deals. Moin Khan is the current head coach of Quetta Gladiators and is taking the base salary of $100k. However, there are some exceptions as some local coaches like Aqib Javed, head coach and CEO of Lahore Qalandars is making $130k per season which makes him the highest paid local coach in PSL.
Foreign Coaches: Not compromising on the performance of players, some PSL teams have signed foreign mentors. However, they are paid more money as compared to the local coaches besides the unrevealed sponsorships bonuses. Many known names including the likes of Micky Arthur and Dean Jones remained the part of PSL in past. The average salaries of foreign coaches are in between $100k and $150k per season. Amdy Flower is currently signed with Multan Sultans and is the highest paid foreign coach in PSL right now. He is coaching Multan Sultans in 2023 edition after an extension in the previous contract.
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All these are the details about how much a PSL head coach earn per season. The salaries are already revealed. If there is any change, we will make them available here. Stay tuned for more information!