Victor Wanyama List Of Multimillion Properties He Owns

Victor Wanyama made his name at Tottenham Hotspur during a five-year spell that began in 2016. It was at this football club that he was most successful and popular abroad and in Kenya.

Among his achievements at Tottenham include the Champions League finalist medal earned in 2019. He also played for Southampton in England as well as Celtic in Scotland, Beerschort in Belgium, and for Kenya’s AFC Leopards.

Wanyama announced his retirement from the Kenyan national team in September 2021 after 14 years with Harambee Stars.

Former Harambee Stars Captain and Midfielder Victor Wanyama Mugubi is one of the richest sportsmen in the country.

Wanyama who currently plays for Major League Soccer Side CF Montreal takes home Ksh 24 million monthly which adds up to Ksh 290,280,000 annually.

The former Celtic Player also receives an annual guaranteed compensation of Ksh 373, 937,123.

The annual guaranteed compensation consists of a player’s base salary, all signing and guaranteed bonuses, marketing bonus, and agent’s fees, all annualized over the term of the player’s contract.

Victor Wanyama Cars

Wanyama has amassed enormous wealth over the years as a result of his participation in top leagues.

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He was spotted in 2018 with a customized Volkswagen Crafter CR53 Maxi. The luxurious vehicle, which includes interior and exterior CCTV cameras, a play station, rotating seats, a fridge, 3D TV screens, and a coffee maker, was estimated to cost an average of Ksh 25 million.

Wanyama also has a Ksh 15 million Range Rover Sport and a 2017 Bentley model, both of which are expected to cost around Ksh 20 million.


According to reports, Wanyama purchased several properties in Kenya as well as a Ksh 60 million property in the United Kingdom during his time at Tottenham Hotspur. During a season break in 2018, he revealed his plans to buy a luxury house in Zanzibar, but the plans were scrapped after the EPL season resumed.

Wanyama also owns the Victor Wanyama Foundation, a world-class academy in Busia that focuses on sports, education, health, and wildlife.

Aside from sports, the foundation provides scholarships to needy students, creates job opportunities, and educates people about the protection of wildlife threatened by illegal trade.

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