As of 2022, “Griezy’s” rumored net worth is estimated at $65 million.
The World Cup champion has accumulated massive wealth from his successful football career. Now let’s look at how Griezmann spends his money.
The 31-year-old Frenchman is a father of three kids, remarkably all born on April 8 by the way. So he needs lots of space. His mansion in the lavish region of La Finca de Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid offers plenty of it.
The $6 million property boasts six bedrooms and bathrooms, a private gym, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a football field, and a basketball court – features that have no doubt made it the ideal location for the French footballer and his family.
The house is surrounded by a luxuriant garden that serves as the perfect spot to unwind with his family, as he did when he revealed the gender of his third child. With so much to offer, it’s no wonder the French striker chose this modern villa for his home.
Like many other millionaire footballers, Griezmann is passionate about cars. He owns a $290,000 McLaren 675LT with 666 horsepower and top speeds of 205 mph, going to 0 to 60 seconds in just 2.9 seconds. There are only 500 of this model in the world, an exclusivity only a footballer could afford.
Griezmann also owns the sporty Maserati GranTurismo S, which for $300,000, is the perfect combination of performance, luxury, and style for one of the world’s coolest footballers.
The third high-performance luxury car in Griezmann’s garage is the $280,000 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. The vehicle is considered one of Ferrari’s most advanced models ever made.
Griezmann adds a white $330,000 Rolls-Royce Cullinan to his growing collection.
But perhaps Griezmann’s neatest and certainly oldest car is the 1969 Chevrolet Corvet Stingray. The $70,000 classic American sports car antique is one of the most sought-after by car enthusiasts and collectors.
Like many footballers, Griemann is known for his love of luxury watches. He owns some high-end brands, such as the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona, which like his fast cars, is known as “a watch born to race.”
The 18k $100,000 gold watch contains 56 diamonds and 36 sapphires and flashes in rainbow colors like one of Griezmann’s haircuts. They call him “little prince” for a good reason.
Griezmann is a horse aficianado. He established a specialty racehorse training center called “Ecurie Griezmann” in his hometown of Macron, France. The farm currently breeds 12 horses.
The Atletico striker remains bullish on his stallion business, as one of his horses, Txope, won the Germany 1,000 Guineas in Dusseldorf in June 2022. Griezmann sold the horse for $1.2 million at the Deauville auction.