Born in North Brunswick, New Jersey in March 1979. American professional soccer player Tim Howard, who is currently playing as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Everton and the U.S. national team, has an estimated net worth of $8 million with an annual salary of $3 million. The soccer star’s career began when he signed with Central Jersey Cosmos’s youth academy in 1995 before joining North Jersey Imperials in 1997 as a senior player. After staying at the club for a short period, he moved to MetroStars where he later made a switch to English side Manchester United in 2003. Three years later, Howard signed for Everton and since then he has established himself as a key figure in the squad, with more than 300 appearances. Internationally, he has been with the United States’ national team since 2002 with over 104 appearances. At club level, he has won one FA Cup, one Football League Cup and one FA Community Shield, while with his country, he won the 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup. He has also won several individual awards including MLS Goalkeeper of the Year, MLS Best XI, PFA Premier League Team of the Year, U.S Soccer Athlete of the Year, FIFA Confederations Cup Golden Glove, and more. Howard is married to Laura Cianciola, together they have two children.