Neymar's R276 million endorsement deals

Fame & Fortune

Neymar is easily amongst some of the world’s most famous athletes, and unsurprising that he holds a significant amount of commercial power as he makes $19 million (R276 million) off endorsements alone. Let us have a look at some of Neymar’s biggest partnership deals.

According to Forbes, as of April 2021, Neymar is the sixth richest athlete in the world, with a net worth of $95 million (R1.3 billion). Below are some of his biggest partnerships

Scroll through the gallery to see some of Neymar’s biggest endorsement deals


In 2020 the Brazilian superstar ended his 15-year partnership with Nike, to join one of their biggest competitors PUMA in a record-breaking deal worth £23 million (R453 million) a year – putting him ahead of both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in that metric.

Neymar is a prominent ambassador for this multination apparel brand and he attributed his decision to join PUMA to soccer legends such as Diego Maradona, Johan Cruyff, and Pele, as they all wore the brand.

Epic Games – Fortnite

In March this year, the Paris Saint-German forward joint Fortnite, a survival game where 100 players fight against each other in player versus player combat to be the last one standing.

Flutter Entertainment

Flutter Entertainment is a sports betting, entertainment, and gaming company, and Neymar works closely with the company on a range of creative projects related to different aspects of culture, from art and design to music.

Qatar Airways

The former Barcelona winger is often spotted in Qatar Airways’ marketing campaigns and adverts

Red Bull

Neymar’s partnership with Red Bull reportedly began in 2010 and the star even has his own tournament with the brand called the Neymar Jr Cup.

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Neymar remains the world’s most expensive transfer for his €222 million moves from Barcelona to PSG in 2017.

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