Born in Brooklyn, New York on September 21, 1951. American former professional soccer player and current coach of the LA Galaxy, Bruce Arena, has an estimated net worth of $4 Million. He started his career as a soccer player when he was still in high school – joining Carey High School in New York. He played one season for New York City’s Cosmopolitan Soccer League’s Hota S.C. He played his college soccer at Nassau Community College where he was named an All-American soccer player. He moved to Cornell University – served as the goalkeeper for the Cornell Big Red soccer team. He helped the team to the 1972 NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship Final Four and received Most Valuable Defensive Player. Despite his successful draft with the New York Cosmos, he was let go before the season started. Subsequently, he was called by former coach of Cornell to join Tacoma Tides. It was at that time that he began his coaching career. Since then, he has coached a few soccer teams including University of Puget Sound, University of Virginia, D.C. United, United States U-23, New York Red Bulls and Los Angeles Galaxy. He was acknowledged as MLS Coach of the Year in 1997, 2009 and 2011. Arena is considered as one of North American’s most successful soccer coaches of all-time.