Felix Sanchez Net Worth

Felix Sanchez is a Spanish professional football manager who is the current head coach of the Qatar National Football Team. He is leading the host country in the FIFA World Cup 2022. The 46-year-old’s net worth is $1.5 million. Here we look closely at Felix Sanchez’s net worth, salary earnings, career, stats, wife, and more.

About Felix Sanchez

Felix Sanchez Bas was born on 13 December 1975 in Barcelona, Spain. He started his coaching career in 1996 at the Barcelona youth system.

He has been a part of Qatar’s development in football since 2006. The Spanish tactician is in the first World Cup tournament of his career as a head coach at the helm of Qatar.

Coaching Career

From 1996-2006, Felix Sanchez managed the youth team of FC Barcelona. In 2006, the Barcelona native moved to Qatar to take charge of the nation’s youth football.

It has been quite a journey for Felix Sanchez with the nation’s footballing development. Felix took care of Qatar’s Aspire Academy (2006-2013), U19 side (2013-2017), and U23 side (2017-2020).

He led Qatar’s U19 side to win the AFC U19 Championship in 2014. He gradually helped Qatar to be one of Asia’s top footballing nations.

On 3 July 2017, Felix Sanchez took charge of the Qatar National Football Team, replacing Jorge Fossati. 

The nation’s ultimate success came in the 2019 Asian Cup. Felix Sanchez led the nation to win their first Asian Cup title by beating Japan 3-1 in the final.

Qatar was invited to Copa America 2019 and knocked out from the Group Stage.

Qatar played in the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup. They finished in the semi-finals following a 1-0 defeat against the host nation USA. Qatar also finished third in the inaugural edition of the FIFA Arab Cup in 2021.

In the FIFA World Cup 2022, Qatar was knocked out after their first two games, 2-0 against Ecuador and 2-1 against Senegal. They would play against the Netherlands to finish off.

Felix Sanchez’s Net Worth, Salary, and Earnings

Qatar head coach Felix Sanchez’s net worth is $1.5 million as of 2023. The Spanish tactician earns a decent amount of salary as the head coach of Qatar and leads the host nation in the FIFA World Cup 2022.

Felix Sanchez earns a whopping £2.1 million annual salary as the head coach of Qatar, making him one of the handsomely paid managers in the 2022 World Cup.

The Spaniard’s contract with Qatar will expire after the World Cup.  

Sanchez’s Salary per Year

Year Team Yearly Salary
2022 Qatar £2.1 million
2021 Qatar £2.1 million
2020 Qatar £2.1 million

Quick Facts

Full Name Felix Sanchez Bas
Current Team Qatar (Head Coach)
Date of Birth 13 December 1975
Age 46
Birthplace Barcelona, Spain
Nationality  Spanish  
Net Worth $1.5 million
Salary £2.1 million yearly
Relation  Married
Spouse Unknown

Coaching Tactics

The Spanish tactician Felix Sanchez prefers three at the backline. He prefers the 3-5-2 or 3-4-2-1 formations.

The three center-backs give defensive solidity and let the wing-backs to make forward runs while attacking. In defending, it becomes a 5-man backline with the wing-backs falling back.

Felix Sanchez’s Wife

Qatar head coach Felix is a married man. However, he prefers to keep his private life away from the spotlight. The name of his wife is unknown.


Born on 13 December 1975, he is 46 years old.

Coaching Stats

[As of 25 Nov. 2022]

Team Year Match Win Draw Loss Win %
Qatar 2017 – Present 88 46 16 26 52.3

Achievements as a Manager


  1. AFC Asian Cup: 2019
  2. CONCACAF Gold Cup Semi-Finals: 2021
  3. FIFA Arab Cup 3rd Place: 2021

FAQs About Felix Sanchez

What is Sanchez’s Net Worth in 2023?

Qatar boss Felix Sanchez’s net worth is $1.5 million as of 2023.

How much is his salary?

He earns a £2.1 million yearly salary as the head coach of the Qatar national team.

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